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What kind of a birth do you want for your child? How to Set an Intention For Your Birth: | Yoga Jan
Before you write your birth plan, create an intention for your baby's birth. Take a good childbirth class so you have an idea of what you want. Then set an intention for your birth and start taking action to create the best birth possible. #birthplan, #in
New Research Shows Why Every Week of Pregnancy Counts
Pregnancy is ~40 weeks for a reason. Unless medically indicated do not induce! People don't understand that as anything else. 40 weeks is term, anything AFTER 42 weeks is considered past due according to ACOG. Support the March of Dimes to prevent any more unnec preterm babies!
51 Amazing Pregnancy Facts You Should Know
51 Amazing Pregnancy Facts You Should Know : In this MomJunction post, we have compiled a few pregnancy facts that’ll make you look forward to and embrace your journey of becoming a mother. In the process, we also debunk a few pregnancy myths. #pregnancy #pregnant #pregnancycare #pregnancyfacts #healthypregnancy
Postpartum Depression: Everything You Need To Know
25% of new moms experience postpartum depression and/or anxiety. If you've suffered from depression before pregnancy, you're even more prone to postpartum depression. Feeling depressed even though you've got a beautiful new baby? Reach out and get help. You're not alone. #postpartumdepression, #postpartum
Checklist: 9 Things To Do in the Last 5 Weeks of Pregnancy
In the last 5 weeks of your pregnancy, it's possible you may only have a couple of weeks left. So you'd better start to take care of this checklist at week 35 to be prepared for labor, birth, and baby! #last5weeksofpregnancy, #preparingformotherhood, #laborandbirth, #3rdtrimester
How to Manage Common First Trimester Pregnancy Symptoms
The first trimester of #pregnancy is tough. Maybe you’ve been hoping, trying and praying for this pregnancy or maybe it is a bit of surprise. Either way, let’s chat about first trimester pregnancy symptoms. What you can expect and how to cope with them. With our help, you’ll be feeling (at least a little) better in no time.