The Biggest Mistake most First Time Parents Make

by Dr. Olivia Chubey, ND The biggest mistake most first time parents make…is that they focus too much on birth preparation and don’t put enough emphasis into what comes after.  The 4th trimester can blindside you just as much as an unexpected birth outcome.  Put both together, and it can be a serious recipe for […]

3 ways to Support Your Mental Health with a Newborn over the Holidays

by Dr. Laura Kent-Davidson, ND IBCLCMany different holidays and traditions are celebrated at this time of year. For families who have welcomed a new baby into their world, this time may be enjoyed with gatherings of friends and family eager to celebrate the arrival of your little one with you. While these gatherings are a […]

Embracing Feeding Journeys

by Dr. Sophia Sokolowski, ND Parenthood is a journey of many colors, and navigating the path of feeding your little one can bring both joys and challenges. If you’re facing obstacles along the way, remember that you’re part of a community that understands.   Here are 5 tips to support your journey:   Connect with […]

Nursing Positions

Your Downtown Doula’s own Dr. Sarah Winward, ND IBCLC explains two of the most comfortable breastfeeding positions: Cradle Hold and Side Lying.

Top 2 Tips for a Good Latch when Breastfeeding!

–Dr. Sarah Winward, ND YDD Board Certified Lactation Consultant and Infant Craniosacral Therapist The 2 most common tips I give parents to help improve their baby’s latch are: Lean back Tuck your baby’s bum I say these to almost every parent I help with latching! So, I wanted to explain what I mean and why […]

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