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A Comprehensive Guide to Starting Solids

Starting solids Starting solids can be a fun experience for you and your baby. It can also be overwhelming and scary, but with the right steps, you can set your baby up for a lifetime of optimal health!  You may have heard the phrase "food before one is...

Labour Prep 101

You made it to the final stretch! 37 weeks and beyond! As you come close to the end of pregnancy, you may find yourself eager to meet your little one, or maybe you're having a rough pregnancy and just want it to be over with.  Perhaps you just don't want to find...

The Benefits of Placenta Encapsulation

The Placenta The placenta is the magical organ that women create as we build a human in our bodies (no big deal).  This organ attaches to our uterine wall, and then connects to the baby via the umbilical cord.  The amniotic sac is attached to the placenta, and holds...

Maternity Clothing Must Haves

The Maternity Clothing Predicament Maternity clothing is tough to justify buying because you're only pregnant for so long.  So how do we choose what we need and what we can do without, without breaking the bank? We want clothing that fits our body and feels...

Building Your Prenatal Support Team

As I write this, I’m 27 weeks pregnant and feeling very lucky to be feeling as great as I do at this point in my pregnancy. I’ve got a fair amount of energy, and aches and pains are minimal, with nothing chronically bothering me. My wonder is... how much does luck...

Movement for Mamas (and Mamas to be)

Training for (and recovering from) Childbirth Pregnancy and the postpartum period have very specific needs when it comes to movement.  It's important that you are doing the right things to prepare for and recover from birth. Pregnancy is about 40 weeks of growing a...

What Pregnancy Has Taught Me So Far

  As I write this, I'm 18 weeks pregnant and can't believe I'm almost halfway there.  over the last 4 months, my body has changed a bit, my mood changes constantly, but what has changed the most is my ability to recognize what I need, when I need it, and advocate for...

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