10 Things That Will Surprise You About Being Pregnant

Surprise! Pregnancy is going to bring you a bunch of surprises to your body and also your (foggy) brain. If you’re experiencing any of these “surprises,” you’re in luck – they’re normal.

Understanding Your Fourth Trimester: Just the Facts

Your fourth trimester is the 12-week period right after you’ve delivered your baby. This is a transition period full of emotional and physical changes for you and your baby. Helping your newborn adjust to this new world is just part of the fourth trimester experience.

Planning for Delivery Day: What to Prepare for Before Labor

Some things will be out of your hands – but setting your preferences early will allow your doctors (and partner) to be ready. Be flexible if something unexpected happens, but always be prepared.

Managing Stress & Anxiety During Your Fertility Journey

Making a baby should be an enjoyable experience, but, for some, it can be extremely stressful. Between all the planning, worrying and reading every article you find on Google, how can you stay calm?

Getting a Proper Breastfeeding Latch: What to do

One approach is allowing your baby to search the breast and take some pressure off you. This approach is called biological nurturing and allows your baby to lead with their instincts to suck.

Six Types of Boundaries to Set After Having a Baby

Did someone call for a parade? It might feel like one after the birth of your baby. A never-ending amount of people are parading through your house to see the new baby.

Breastfeeding Positions for Mom and Baby

Are you finding that your baby's breastfeeding positioning isn’t working? Not all breastfeeding positions are created equal! Finding the right one that works for you and the milk tyrant could be just exploring new ones.

When to See a Fertility Specialist

During your fertility journey, you may wonder when the time is right to seek professional help. If you and your partner have tried to conceive for months without success, you may consider seeing a fertility specialist.

Staying Healthy During Pregnancy: Starting Prenatal Care

Every pregnancy starts with good prenatal care which means finding an OB-GYN or midwife you feel comfortable with.

Midwife vs. OB-GYN: What’s the Difference?

Deciding whether to have a midwife or OB-GYN is an incredibly personal decision you'll make. When choosing between the two, consider how your pregnancy is going. Are you having a high-risk pregnancy? Does affordability, or even wanting a relaxed birth in your home, matter more than being in a hospital?