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Summer Infant care in the time of Covid

Summer Infant care in the time of Covid

Summer is in full swing and there are some important things to remember when taking care of babies and toddlers. After months of being home and indoors, most families are thrilled to be venturing to outdoor activities! It is exciting, gives the feeling of some normalcy and it can be safe if following certain guidelines.

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Working From Home, with Baby

Whether you are a working mom, a stay at home mom, or a mom who works from home, all are full-time jobs. With the recent global health shift we are all adjusting to staying inside, our little ones being home with us, and trying to work.

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How to Deal with A Gassy Baby

All babies have gas - some more than others. Young baby’s bodies have to learn a lot, including how to break down and process food & nutrients through the stomach and intestines. They may have a lot of gas accumulate because they just don’t know how to process it and push it out. Their digestive systems are still developing.

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Best Bottles & Nipples for Breastfed Babies

Many breastfeeding mothers also give a bottle to their babies. With so many options to choose from, it can be challenging deciding which bottle is best. And babies who both nurse and take bottles have a special set of needs to consider.

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Midwives and Home Birth

When a pregnant person is choosing a midwife and homebirth they come to it from many directions. Some have read all the reputable studies and are wanting a reduction in interventions while others have fear of the hospital or of not being heard as an individual.

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10-minute Workout for New Moms

After welcoming a new baby, it can be hard (impossible?) to get to the gym. And yet, if you’re like me, healthy movement is vital to feeling good. Exercise boosts your mood and improves sleep quality, in addition to supporting physical recovery from pregnancy and birth. Because the real benefits of exercise are so great, and fitting it in during this time of life can be challenging, I designed this invigorating 10-minute workout with new moms in mind.

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Sleep Guide for the Holiday Season!

Holiday time is upon us! Even though the holiday season can be chaotic, managing your child’s sleep does not have to be! Whether taking a road trip or hopping on a flight, you can still keep naps on track without sacrificing sleep at night!

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Postpartum Anxiety Disorders

The birth of a child is a time filled with a variety of emotions, from excitement, joy, and bliss to the less frequently discussed anxiety, unease, and overwhelm. And while not all women experience this, many new mothers may be prone to developing an anxiety disorder after the birth.

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How to Maintain Energy Postpartum

How to Maintain Energy Postpartum

I often get messages from my exhausted new-mom patients asking what they can do about their flagging energy. Usually they’re at the four to six-month postpartum mark and wondering why they’re still so tired. The baby is starting to sleep more, they’re exercising again, they eat well but they can’t dig their way out of feeling totally depleted.

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5 Important Tips from a Sleep Coach

As a parent, you may be asking yourself: will I ever sleep again? Pediatric sleep is a complicated topic; it can also be confusing and overwhelming to navigate parenthood with extreme levels of exhaustion. Do not suffer in silence and know that lack of sleep does not need to become your new norm.

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Breastfeeding Tips for the First 5 days

The birth of your baby is an exciting time. However, when it comes to breastfeeding this can pose challenging for many moms. Although breastfeeding is natural, it does not necessarily come naturally and that’s OK! Early and regular stimulation to the breast is KEY in the first few days.

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Pumping Essentials for Working Moms

Going back to work after maternity leave can be a big transition for many women who work outside of the home. Especially for pumping milk and keeping up your supply while away from your baby.⠀To make things easier for you, we have compiled two quick checklists to help make pumping a bit smoother at work.

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5 Simple Hacks for New Moms

Those first few weeks and months (years?) can feel overwhelming for a parent. The more systems and hacks you can set up for yourself before baby arrives, the better. Here are 5 of our top tips for new moms.

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Lactation Chai - Tricks on how to brew the perfect cup of chai

Lactation Chai - Tricks on how to brew the perfect cup of chai

Chai is not your typical tea. And Mrs. Patel’s caffeine-free lactation chai definitely isn’t your typical herbal tea. You may be used to weak tea that comes in little tea bags which you steep for 3 minutes, but if you are looking for something more aromatic, hearty, robust and delicious - then say hello to Mrs. Patel’s Chai Spice Milk Water Tea.

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Recipe: Lactation Vinaigrette

Recipe: Lactation Vinaigrette

As simple as it is, this vinaigrette not only tastes delicious but also supports breastfeeding. It includes Munch Crunch, our lactation sprinkle, which offers lactation and digestive support. The mix features flax, fennel, and sesame seeds and the superherb turmeric.

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