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So, I might be a teeny bit early planning out my packing list, but it's one less thing I have to worry about when the time comes. This will be my third time packing for a hospital stay. I feel like repeat moms either downsize their packing list the next go around, or make up for what they wish they'
What Does 10 cm of Dilation Really Look Like? A Visual Guide (YIKES!)
Maybe it's just me, but it's super hard for me to visualize anything using the metric system of measurement. I know, I know - but that's what years and years of Honors Math will do for you (I can also not add or multiply simple numbers without my handy dandy scientific calculator... but I can solve X equations in my head in a matter of seconds - go figure). There is just something about the words "centimeter" or "gram" or even "litre" for that matter that sends my brain into a complete…
Birth Balls and Labor - How To Use Infographic
We think birth balls are a must for mamas, doulas and childbirth educators. Pack your hospital bag or doula bag and grab one of these and you'll be ready.
The Best Breastfeeding Tip! For after delivery all the way to weening.
Veteran mother of four shares the BEST breastfeeding tip that she ever received to have a better experience with nursing.
Baby Carriers, Strollers & Infant Stress
Strollers, Baby Carriers And Infant Stress by Elizabeth Antunovic (Boba Inc.) Introduction Europe seems to host the most pediatricians who recommend that, in order to avoid pressure on their underdeveloped bodies, newborns and infants lay flat on their backs in a stroller and not be carried. Yet, laying a young infant on his back …
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Blogging about Doulas, Doula Bag, Doula Training, Doula Supplies, Childbirth Preparation, Labor and Birth
What to Pack - Hospital Bag Edition • The Wise Baby
Experts say to pack your hospital bag around 34-36 weeks. As a planner myself, I waited until after 37 weeks. Why? Because I just didn't know what to pa