Why We Adore Attending Births at Culpeper Medical Center

There are many birthing options for families in the Warrenton, Culpeper, Rixeyville and surrounding areas, but The Family Birthing Center at Culpeper Medical Center is by far one of our top choices!

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Introducing a Pacifier to your Baby

Introducing a pacifier to your baby is not always an easy take! Some babies take a few tries to take it and some need to be given help as they learn to keep it in their mouth.

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Sleep hacks for the fourth month sleep regression

 So, your baby was a great sleeper and then all of the sudden, they started waking up constantly, you tried feeding them, rocking them, and before you know it a month or two has gone by and there are still constant wake ups.

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Childbirth Education Class to Prepare you for Birth at Winchester Medical Center

Virginia is for Doulas offers an amazing “ Birth Unlocked” Childbirth Education Class that will help you fully understand birth and preparing to welcome your baby at Winchester Medical Center.

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Nighttime Routines for Successful Sleeping

Most parents do not fully grasp the concept of sleep deprivation before their babies come. It is hard to imagine that the addition of a baby will make it hard to accomplish all of your daily tasks, continue to shower, get sleep overnight and learn all about your new baby. But really, it can be hard to find enough time in the day to do it all.

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What IS Lactation Support?

In home lactation support is important for a few reasons. The first reason in-home lactation support is important is because you do not want to leave your house with a new baby. The second is being in your own environment makes for a more comfortable navigation of what is going on and implementing a plan

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Sleep Coach for Winchester, Va Families

We have all reached that point in parenting where we have asked, " when should my baby be sleeping better?" and your pediatrician might respond, well, now, they should be sleeping better now. You sink a little in disappointment, your baby is now 5 months old and they are still waking up every 1- 2 hours or not going down as expected.

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Newborn Routines: How to Get Your Daytime Routine and Schedule Set Up

Not all families want a routine or a schedule with their new baby when they arrive, if you do want a routine, read on! Getting your baby on a schedule and setting a routine that works for your family, can be wonderful. A schedule for your newborn can make life more predictable and give you a chance to get more done with your time and rest easy with some predictability.

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A Parent's Guide to Getting Twins on the Same Schedule

Multiples are a fun, exciting challenge! In my experience as a Postpartum & Infant Care Doula when it comes to multiples, one of the challenges is having two babies, often on opposite schedules. This means, no rest, and once you get a second, the next baby is ready for you.

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