Giving birth to a premature baby, experiencing a stay in the NICU, and bringing home a preemie all come with unique and often stressful challenges, on top of becoming a new parent or expanding your family, which are already challenging! Support and reliable information can be two of your best allies
You have a choice before you. You can participate in the awesome responsibility of decision making for you and your baby’s care during pregnancy, labor and birth, or allow routines and standards to determine your care.
My son was born early, at just 33 weeks and 6 days in my womb, a whopping five pounds, thirteen ounces. Most first time mothers carry their babies past 40 weeks; I was expecting to give birth in the already-high temperatures that creep into Georgia in late Ap
By Cara Joyner
I’m sorry for the radio silence friends! We decided to buy a house – our first house – before the baby gets here and we are closing the week of Christmas. Life has certainly upped the normal level of crazy in this month!
Since we last spoke, I’ve attended my last two births as a
By Katie Wise, Childbirth Educator, Doula, and Prenatal Yoga Instructor at Yo Mama Yoga Studio in Boulder, CO
If you’ve followed this three-part series, you now know how to receive help, you have your village gathered, including friends, family, co-workers and a professional postpartum doula, and y