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Our goal is simple; we want all parents to feel confident, supported and powerful.

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All of our recommendations are firmly grounded in the latest research.

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Everyone’s journey to parenthood is unique. We welcome and respect all families.

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We provide trusted information throughout your journey, recommending the safest and healthiest options to parents without judgment.

The Lamaze Six
Healthy Birth Practices


The Lamaze Six Healthy Birth Practices are based upon the most recent, evidence-based research. They are recommendations to help ease the birthing process and instill confidence. While some may have unique circumstances, all parents can benefit from understanding the options and information available to them.

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Connecting the Dots
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Research and resources for perinatal professionals.

Series: Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators - Red or Green? You Decide!

Series: Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators - Red or Green? You Decide!

This month’s Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators idea focuses on the theme of “red and green” as a way for class participants to say “yes or no” or “agree or disagree” and test their knowledge on a variety of topics. It is a great activity that is easy to run, requires no special supplies, works equally well in person or virtually, and is enjoyed by all. To find all the Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators ideas for free, check out this link.

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Giving Birth with Confidence
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Trusted resources, stories and answers for parents.

What Should I Eat With Gestational Diabetes? Recommendations for Nutrition

What Should I Eat With Gestational Diabetes? Recommendations for Nutrition

What you eat is important for your baby's brain and organ development, as well as for your own health during pregnancy and beyond. If you have gestational diabetes -- a condition that causes high levels of glucose in the blood during pregnancy and usually goes away after birth -- what and how you eat is especially critical. Work with your midwife or OB to best understand how to manage gestational diabetes and create a specific diet plan.

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Lamaze Journeys


Rebekah Otto, Editor-in-Chief, Babylist, took an online class from Lamaze during her second pregnancy. Read her VBAC birth story.

Rebekah, Oakland

 

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