Baby Prep: What You Do (And Don’t) Need For Baby

It is easy for expectant parents to find themselves overwhelmed these days, with the amount of products being marketed to them. As an ND and Lactation Consultant, I myself find it hard to keep up with it all. There seems to be a new widget or gadget out every month promising more infant sleep, a […]

Postpartum Anxiety

 Postpartum anxiety is a common mental health condition that affects many new mothers. It is characterized by excessive worry and fear that can interfere with daily activities and make it difficult to care for yourself and your newborn. While some degree of worry is normal for new parents, postpartum anxiety can cause a level of […]

Let’s get real about Postpartum Bodies

by Dr. Sarah Winward, ND IBCLC What’s the biggest mistake to make after giving birth? Rushing to lose weight. It is my biggest pet peeve, as a women, that so many of us feel such intense pressure to look model ready 24/7. If you don’t like the way you look after spending 9 months growing […]

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 […]

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