Mommy Stage

The Case for Cloth Diapers

Cloth diapering isn't as intimidating as it may seem. There are three primary reasons why people choose cloth diapers over disposable diapers.

My Body Has Done Enough

My body provided food for my children; my hips have propped them up when they couldn't walk. It’s provided a soft place for them to land when they needed comfort. But even after all it has done I still struggle to love it just the way it is.

Increasing your Breast Milk Supply Naturally

The number one breastfeeding concern I hear from new mothers is “how do I increase my supply?” Simply put most mommas make the perfect amount of milk for their baby.

The Post-Partum Practice of Lying-in

Lying-in is an age-old childbirth practice where it is expected that a new mother stay in bed after giving birth, while the other women in her family attend to the needs of her and her household.

Creating A Safe Sleeping Environment for your Child

By Amanda Cargo Parent Education Coordinator, Childcare Resources There is nothing more precious than watching a tiny baby, curled up, fast asleep. But let’s face it – they are the only ones getting enough sleep! As a parent or caregiver, there are several things that you need to know to ensure safe, healthy sleep and reduce the risk of SIDS. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death in children under a year old. Here are 10 tips to help you keep your baby safe during sleep times. 1. Babies should always be placed on their backs to sleep. Every time is important – even short naps. 2. Always use a firm sleep surface that is approved for infant sleeping. Never let a baby sleep on soft surface like a sofa or an adult bed. 3. Make sure your baby is up-to-date on all vac...

Prenatal Yoga When and Why

The ultimate goal of prenatal yoga is to help you find comfort and ease away while you celebrate and cherish the growth of your family.

What New Moms Should Know About Diastasis Recti

Diastasis Recti is something I talk about a lot. Most moms want to know if their “mommy tummy” is due to an abdominal separation.

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