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360 Canister Breathing

Diastasis recti is a very common result of pregnancy and birth. It means that the space between your left and right belly muscles has widened, and instead of being flat, the belly now sticks out. While it is rarely serious, it can make the postpartum phase a self-conscious one. Core exercises like 360 canister breathing […]

Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads

updated October 5, 2023– With the amount of national and statewide programs online, searching for postpartum support after your newborn arrives can be overwhelming. Our team of Certified Newborn Care Providers and Postpartum Doulas has compiled a list of Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads. Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads […]

PPD vs. Baby Blues – Know the Difference

During the first few weeks after birth, new mothers often experience conflicting feelings of joy and unexpected disappointment, so it’s crucial that new parents and partners understand what’s normal and when it is time to call a doctor. This article, PPD vs. Baby Blues- Know the Difference, shares how Postpartum Depression and Baby Blues can […]

Postpartum and Baby Care in the Las Vegas Valley

updated October 14, 2023 – Social media groups, places of worship and neighborhood message boards can help new parents connect. But for new mothers and fathers looking for certified newborn care providers, postpartum doulas or maternal mental health support, local resources may be harder to find. To help, below is our list of Postpartum and […]

Repaying Sleep Debt as a New Parent

updated, Aug 1, 2023 – Sleep debt is defined as the difference between the amount of sleep you should be getting and the amount you actually get. Parents of newborns realize that sleep deprivation is something that comes with the territory but every time you miss out on sleep, you add to the debt. Over […]