Dozens of topics related to breastfeeding - plus, find a local chapter or contact a LLL leader for more support
A wonderful video watchlist! A visual guide to breastfeeding, getting a good latch, positioning, donating, extended breastfeeding, and more.
Organize & schedule meal deliveries for the new family with this easy online scheduler! Friends & family can view dates/times & dietary preferences, and select a time to visit the new family (and/or to order a meal delivery!)
This free guide presents six simple steps that support your body in doing what it is designed so well to do — birth your baby. These Lamaze practices are grounded in extensive research and supported by the World Health Organization. Using them to guide your decisions before and during labor will help you have a safer and healthier birth—for both you and your baby.
How to calm crying by even the most colicky baby, and how to help your newborn sleep longer.
Sounds to listen for:
Neh = Hunger
Owh = Tired
Heh = Discomfort
Eair = Lower abdominal discomfort
Eh= Air bubble in top chest
Do you even remember when you and your partner had a time to yourself??? Its crib time!!!
Current evidence-based information, made accessible to families and birth professionals.
These up-to-date articles are extremely helpful for making informed decisions in pregnancy and birth.
Is it that time? Are you gearing up for a baby shower? Amazon is a perfect place to register. Its convenient, allows your guest to take advantage of free shipping through their Prime accounts.
Check out my blog on Maternity Massage Therapy and then visit my amazing friends at Ideal Massage and book your appointment today!!
Who says Mom's cant have fun?? This is a great way to distract you when those contractions hit ya. Downloadable Birth Coloring book!
This is a great way to introduce new siblings to the soon-to- be baby.
If you are feeling uneasy about advocating for yourself in pregnancy and childbirth, you can print this handout to bring with you to prenatal appointments and to your birthplace.
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Counting kicks is a great way to get to know your baby and has been shown to reduce the occurrence of stillbirth, which occurs every 22 minutes in the United States. Most providers recommend you begin counting kicks in your 28th week of pregnancy, or at 26 weeks if you are high risk or pregnant with multiples. (You can also download the mobile app!)