Most mothers are stressed when they have a new baby. I absolutely remember how tiring it is to be a mother – and especially when you’re a breastfeeding mother. Being tired is on my mind right now, because in the midst of working with a new breastfeeding mother of a six-day-old, she flat-out told me that, “this breastfeeding thing is taking way too much of my time.” I was left flabbergasted and flap-jawed.
Some of the known side effects of exercise include: increased circulation, hormonal regulation, increased immunity, building bone density, muscular strength, balance, increased metabolism, and increased cognitive function. If you could buy a pill containing these results, the pill would sell out in an instant. Exercise is a supplement for your body. It’s no different than taking a prenatal vitamin and is critical to MotherBaby wellbeing.
Mixed Messages- what do to when everyone is telling you something different?
Choosing your providers with care is the first step to a healthy outcome. They are your first line of defense when making full informed consent decisions about your care or your child’s care.
Stop by our table and visit with us on Sunday, November 12th, 2016 at the Getting Ready for Baby: a Baby Fair.
October is domestic awareness month. Do you know if you are at risk? Do you know what to do?
Miscarriage is a heart wrenching reality. One in four pregnancies will end in a miscarriage before 20 weeks, with most happening within the first 13 weeks. Sometimes understanding why miscarriage happens can help to prevent other future losses.