Sponsored Post By:Achieve Health Chiropractic and Clinical Nutrition Congratulations on the birth of your baby!  After months of anticipation you can finally hold that precious bundle of joy. And thank goodness that we are somehow programmed to forget the physical...

Nursing Beyond One

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Breastmilk and formula should be the main source of nutrition for children until they reach the age of one. But what happens to the little nurslings (and their mamas) who are not ready to stop nursing at 12 months?...
Prior to having kids, I heard several moms talk about postpartum depression and how they battled their hormonal highs and lows after having their babies. Hearing this scared me, and I mean really scared me.  I wanted a baby...
Being a Young Mom is Perfectly OKAY! When I pictured celebrating my 21st birthday I defiantly did not envision being pregnant as part of the plan. But that was my reality, and seven months later I had my first son;...

From Adoptee to Mother

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Once a year we celebrate National Adoption Day. Adoption can happen in many different ways. It can be an open or closed adoption, or it could be a foster to adopt situation. Families can also adopt family members. As...
When you are expecting your first child there are a few things you do. You prepare a baby registry, pack a hospital bag, and generally get everything ready for the baby. One thing I think is common for new...
Our son was born on a Friday evening in the living room of our 1870s farmhouse.  Fast and intimate, it was the healing birth I needed.  And the dream home birth I didn't realize I needed.   We weren’t planning a...
“There is no heartbeat” The words every single woman fears hearing the second the plus sign appears and our hearts became instantly attached to our baby. Sadly the reality is a lot of us moms will hear those words and...
Mom guilt. When did it start? For me, it started when I became pregnant. I watched as other moms-to-be ate beautiful salads, ran half marathons, and looked like they fit into my grade school jeans. But me? I was all...

My Rainbow Connection

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October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. United States President Ronald Reagan declared the month of October as National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month in 1988. His designation dedicated the month to help raise awareness of the...

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