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You're Not Expecting This at the Hospital

You're Not Expecting This at the Hospital

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Written by Natalie McBride
As two mommas, we know what it’s like to give birth in a hospital. We were ready, having taken a 12-week birth prep course, the nursery arranged and the birth bag packed. Something that really shocked us both, happened after our first post-birth shower.
Interviewing Megan: Postpartum Preparation

Interviewing Megan: Postpartum Preparation

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Written by Megan Mangiaracino

Megan's nearly due with baby #2! We wanted to share her perspective on preparing for her second postpartum experience through an interview! We've got a lot to learn from her confident preparedness as she goes boldly into new motherhood!

10 Steps to Postpartum Prep: Part 2

10 Steps to Postpartum Prep: Part 2

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Written by Natalie McBride
We’re giving five more ways you can better prepare for your post-birth experience. The average expectant mother spends 20 times more preparing for her birth than her postpartum experience. While birth certainly necessitates preparation, the postpartum experience is much longer than birth and in many ways more complex, too.
10 Steps to Postpartum Prep: Part 1

10 Steps to Postpartum Prep: Part 1

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Written by Natalie McBride
Over the course of pregnancy, the average expectant mother spends around 20 hours preparing for her birth. Those same mothers-to-be spend anywhere from no time at all up to 2 hours preparing for her postpartum experience. Let's consider these ten steps to ensure you're prepared for a better postpartum experience.
What I wish I'd known about becoming a Mother

What I wish I'd known about becoming a Mother

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Written by Natalie McBride
Since giving birth twice and surviving a maternal mental health disorder, I am inspired to share the perspective I have that might help future mommas better prepare themselves. 
The “rael” truth about organic lady products

The “rael” truth about organic lady products

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Written by Megan Mangiaracino

Let’s talk about our lady bits! Yep..you heard that right.

You’ve probably noticed the “feminine hygiene” row at Target getting lined with more and more packages that tout organic cotton. 

We see it everywhere now – but what does it really mean when it comes to Aunt Flo?

What to Expect from a Lactation Consultant

What to Expect from a Lactation Consultant

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Written by Megan Mangiaracino
After your baby arrives, consultation and continued support can be incredibly beneficial; remember babies are learning to eat. They are born with helpful reflexes, just as a mother has irreplaceable intuition, but it’s still a learning curve. I recommend this to be done within the first week of hospital discharge, and, if at all possible, before there is an emerging or ongoing issue. In my opinion, this would be the ideal situation.

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