Benefits of a Homebirth
Are you considering having a homebirth? Expecting moms who have low-risk pregnancies are eligible to give birth at home. While there are many benefits to having a home birth, we wanted to touch on the main points with this blog post.
How to Have a VBAC
Have you previously had a c-section and now want to have a VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean)? We have had great success with our VBAC clients and can help you have a great VBAC too. In this blog post, we’ll discuss who is eligible for VBAC, the risks and benefits, and what you can do for self-care.
How to Build an Empowering Birth Team
During your pregnancy, hand-selecting people who will be on your birth team will be tremendously rewarding when labor comes. Read this blog post for tips on how to build an empowering birth team.
Traveling During Pregnancy
Thinking about going on a trip? We have some tips to help you plan for your travels.
How Your Cycle Can Affect You
We all know about PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) and how it can affect how we feel leading up to our periods, but did you know that your cycle has four phases, and each phase can affect you differently?
Stages of Labor
Did you know that labor isn’t over after the delivery of your baby? That's right, labor actually ends with the delivery of the placenta. There are four physical stages of labor, and some emotional stages that go along with them. Let’s talk about what those stages are, how they will look, and how you could be feeling during each stage.
Interesting Facts About Pregnancy and Babies
Pregnancy and parenthood is a fascinating time and made all the more fascinating by the changes that occur. Let's take a look at some of the more interesting, lesser-known facts about pregnancy and babies.
How to Manage Pain During Labor
One of the most common concerns for pregnant women is how much pain they will undoubtedly be in when they’re laboring. We’ve all heard horror stories from other women about how labor pains were unbearable, but what if we hadn’t?
What is Perimenopause?
Have you heard the phrase “perimenopause,” but not sure what that means? Many women were not taught about perimenopause in school, nor is it common for older women to teach younger women about this stage of life. Don’t worry though, we’re writing this blog post so that women can understand what they will eventually go through or get some insight or validation for what they are currently experiencing.