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Finding a Therapist for Postpartum Issues

April 10th, 2019|PDF|

Your baby has finally arrived, and you’re experiencing the joy of new life – plus the rush of adrenaline that comes with it. But with that excitement comes an influx of hormones, sleep deprivation, and a (sometimes unwelcome) new spotlight. If, at any point, the overwhelm starts to feel unmanageable, know that you’re not alone. [...]

7 Super Tips for Your Baby’s First Birthday

April 3rd, 2019|PDF|

Congratulations! You have hurdled the first year of parenthood. It’s time to celebrate your child’s first year with a smashing birthday party. The One Props to you for successfully surviving the first year of changing nappies, sleep deprivation, and the many other “firsts” that come with bringing a baby into this world. Especially if you’re [...]

Does Breastfeeding Prevent Food Allergies?

March 14th, 2019|PDF|

March is National Nutrition Month, and breastmilk provides a wealth of nutritional, immunity, and bonding benefits for mother and child. One common question that parents ask, though, is whether breastfeeding can prevent babies from developing food allergies. Breastmilk contains food proteins, so if you consume allergenic foods while breastfeeding, your baby will get some exposure [...]

Maximizing Newborn Sleep

February 21st, 2019|PDF|

Sleep is a hot topic these days, especially for those of us who aren’t getting any! New babies in the first few months of life are particularly notorious for frequent night wakings and 3am "witching hours." It is biologically normal for infants to wake at night throughout the first year (at least), and still, sleep [...]

Night Pumping

February 14th, 2019|PDF|

Breast pumping is an art, for some it comes easy while for others it is difficult. Lessons and practice bring about the skills for success. Night pumping can present even more challenges. Why pump at night? There are numerous reasons why moms choose to pump at night. Some pump to boost or maintain their milk [...]

Bringing Home Baby to Siblings

January 31st, 2019|PDF|

Being a mom of 6 can really make life hectic most of the time, but having kids who, for the most part, get along with each other, and are actual friends with one another, makes a world of difference to maintain harmony in the home. I honestly believe that this has been cultivated since before [...]

An Interview with a Mom of Newborns

January 24th, 2019|PDF|

We caught up with Nicole, a Health and Wellness Specialist, whose journey we’ve been following since she became pregnant with twins after her IVF treatment. She shares how she’s keeping up with breastfeeding and staying motivated to keep fit and healthy. So, here you are now a mom of newborns! What do you love about [...]

Exclusive Pumping: What is it?

January 17th, 2019|PDF|

Before having children of my own and entering a whole new world I had never heard of Exclusive Pumping – to be abbreviated as EP. As a mental health counselor with a specialty in pregnancy spectrum I have moms in my office each week brought to tears – some breastfeeding related. As soon as a [...]

Protecting Yourself and Your Family During Flu Season

January 2nd, 2019|PDF|

As an ER doctor, I see the flu and flu-like illnesses almost on a daily basis this time of year. Influenza is a family of viruses that can cause mild to life threatening illness. As we all tend to spend more time indoors in closer proximity to others when it is cold outside, the chance [...]

Milk Supply: The Ping Pong Effect

December 20th, 2018|PDF|

Most women I meet with are looking to yield enough milk for their baby’s needs as well as enough to pump a few ounces extra daily.  It can be comforting knowing you have some back up in the freezer if needed.  We want moms to chip away at building a freezer reserve slowly, so it [...]

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