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Reliving My Birth Trauma At A Birth Celebration
Barely able to choke out the reading through my tears, I was mortified at having allowed the baggage of my birth to enter this sacred space.
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Kid-tested and dietitian-approved snacks and recipes to keep your kids nourished through the sunny days of summer.
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A scientific study has published a jaw-dropping report about the impact of physical touch on a child’s DNA.
The 411 on All Things Bathing Baby
We've got the scoop on the best in baby bath products, how-to's, and even tips for making bathing stress-free for everyone involved!
My Baby's Tongue Tie Led to Major Health Issues
“Think of your breast as a big juicy burger,” my midwife said, while squeezing my massively engorged breast, shoving it into my impossibly tiny newborn’s mouth
Mom It Hurts! You Don’t Need to Be a Doctor to Help
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