What to Expect in the Postpartum Period

Get Through the Postpartum Period Like a Boss!I know lots of you are wondering what the postpartum period will be like once you’ve had your baby, so I

Ten Beneficial Practices to Supercharge Your Postpartum Mental Health

Believe it or not, depression and anxiety in the postpartum period are the top complications of childbirth. Wouldn’t you like to start some good mental health practices in

Postpartum Mental Health

Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Postpartum depression and anxiety is so much more common than most people think. My goal with this post is to normalize postpartum depression and

Postpartum Care: Everything You Need To Know!

What Happens Right After Your Baby is Born? If you read my post on a vaginal delivery, you already know what happens during hospital birth. But what kind

8 Common Medical Terms When You’re Giving Birth

Medical Terms: Learn the Lingo and Speak Like a Pro Isn’t it frustrating when you hear doctors and nurses speaking in medical terms and it seems like they

Top Ten Questions to Ask Your Doula

Interviewing a doula can be stressful. I've put together this guide of the most useful questions to ask your potential doula. Hopefully, this guide will ease that stress

The Best Guide to Bottle Feeding Your Baby Safely

Bottle Feeding and Doing it Right! Breastfeeding is the ideal way to feed babies. It’s the way nature designed humans to feed our young. But it doesn’t mean

How to Have The Happiest Postpartum Period

Here are a few tips and tricks to have the happiest postpartum period! Many parents try to bite off more than they can chew in the beginning, and

Question & Answer Session with a Labour and Delivery Nurse: Part 2

This post contains questions I get when working as a labour and delivery nurse. Do you have any that I haven’t covered? Feel free to contact me and

Question & Answer Session with a Labour and Delivery Nurse

Becoming parents for the first time can be daunting. With so many unknowns, people are bound to have a lot of questions.  The number one aspect of my