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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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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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Postpartum Depression & Anxiety

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Birthing a baby brings an extreme amount of change to a new mom’s life. With these changes, many moms experience heightened emotions - from intense joy to overwhelming sadness or anxiety.

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Simple KonMari Tidying Tips for Parents

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"Does it spark joy?”  So goes the mantra of home-organization sensation Marie Kondo. You may have heard of her 2014 bestseller The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, or seen her recently released Netflix show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” or perhaps you have a friend who has suddenly started gushing about how she has been “Konmari-ing” her life.

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Self-Care: Balance after Baby

So many mothers end up feeling guilty for taking time out for ourselves. And many times we are just too exhausted or overwhelmed to even do one more thing, especially after giving birth.

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