Monthly Archives: March 2014

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Bringing home baby and Your Baby’s Arrival: The Living Areas

Bringing home baby and Your Babys Arrival The Living Areas

Here’s a general rule about babies: they will nap anywhere.  When your little one begins to nod off after a feeding or you recognize the sleepy cue, then it’s time to put him or her down for a nap.  And though it’s tempting…

Prepping for Baby’s Arrival: Kitchen Safety for Kids

Prepping for Your Babys Arrival kitchen safety for kids

Once your nesting impulse hits, use it to full advantage and prepping for your baby’s arrival, by practicing kitchen safety for kids.  You’ll be spending a lot of time in the kitchen over the next several months; whether it’s preparing bottles, sterilizing them,…

Should You Hire a Labor Coach or Find a Doula?

Should You Hire a Labor Coach or Find a Doula

The short answer to this question is yes.  If you can afford to do so, hire a labor coach or doula is an excellent idea, especially if you’re planning a natural birth.  You can have the most supportive spouse in the world, but…

Child birth Classes: Dos and Don’ts

Child birth Classes Dos and Donts

Child birth classes are a must for new parents; they can also be an excellent refresher for second or third time parents.  Your local hospital or birth center likely offers a wide variety of birth classes for free or for a moderate fee. …

Pregnancy Delivery: We’re Here! What to Expect at the Hospital

Pregnant, Delivery: We’re Here! What to Expect at the Hospital

Well, first, let’s hope you make it to the hospital rather than onto the 6 o’clock news as a new mama who delivered her baby with the heroic help of her birth partner in the back of the car!  While some labors are…

Pregnancy Labor and Delivery – What to Pack in the Hospital Bag

The Go Bag: What to Pack in the hospital bag for delivery

Ready, set, go!  When your pregnancy labor and delivery begins, you’ll likely feel excited as well as nervous through the contractions.  The last thing you’ll want to do is worry about putting what you need in a bag.  It’s a good idea to…

What is the best time to do a pregnancy test for the Most Accurate Results?

What is the best time to do a pregnancy test for the Most Accurate Results

Home pregnancy tests are very accurate when used properly. However, since conception doesn’t occur until the third week of your pregnancy and hCG levels must build until detectable levels, it’s best to wait until at least 12 days after conception could have occurred before you take a home test. And of course, it’s important to …

What are Normal Beta hCG Levels?

What are Normal Beta hCG Levels

What are Normal Beta hCG Levels? How this affects your pregnancy? To confirm your pregnancy, your OB or midwife will order a Beta test.   This is a blood test that measures the level of hCG, or human Chorionic Gonadotropin in your blood.   After…

What is Creamy Cervical Mucus all About?

What is Creamy Cervical Mucus all About

Before there were all kinds of ovulation tests, women relied on their bodies to alert them to the best times to conceive a baby.  Such knowledge was passed from mother to daughter or midwife to hopeful client.  Creamy cervical mucus is one of…

Is Gas in Early Pregnancy a Symptom?

Is Gas in Early Pregnancy a Symptom

Is gas in early pregnancy a symptom? It can be.  While some expecting mamas don’t experience any additional gas issues, others report a significant increase of this socially embarrassing occurrence.  And while gas in early pregnancy alone isn’t a sign of the condition,…

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