Depletion, anxiety & overwhelm are a common experience for today’s pregnant & new mothers. For generations women have been taught to ignore the wisdom within their bodies, to push through, to keep going, to keep striving – during early mothering, in complete opposition to what we’re biologically designed to need. […]
defense during the time of year when cold bugs are common is prevention. Nutrition
& lifestyle practices that you integrate into your daily or weekly habits
have a significant impact on your immune health.
Here are my top six pregnancy & breastfeeding safe recommendations for loving your immune system:
1. Hand Hygiene to […]
When the weather is hot and humid, breastfeeding can be uncomfortable for mama and baby.
And, mamas often wonder if breastfeeding is enough to keep baby hydrated.
For little ones under six months, breastmilk contains all the hydration baby needs. You may find baby wants to nurse more often, for shorter […]
Your breastfeeding relationship doesn’t need to end as you prepare to return to work. In fact, there are so many benefits to continued breastfeeding, including immune and nutritional support for Baby and being a source of bonding and reconnection for you and Baby, after time apart.
In Nova Scotia and many […]
There. I said it. Sleep regression does not exist.
I hear that term often from moms – in my office, at the mothering support group I facilitate, on social media – and it has never sat well with me.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines regression as “A return to a former or less developed state”.
In all of […]