If you take part in Halloween and trick or treating, this post is for you. Living in Canada we have to plan for everything from snow to rain in October, and navigating costumes, snacks and meltdowns can make for a long evening. Here's a quick list to help you out this season!
You're nearing your due date, getting those last minute lists crossed off and you're excited to meet your baby! Unfortunately you've also been experiencing an all to common problem that many pregnant parents experience during the last leg of pregnancy: Braxton Hicks contractions (false labour).
Try out these tips to help ease Braxton Hicks contractions.
If you're in your 3rd trimester, you are probably thinking about ways to help prepare for postpartum. Now is the perfect time to get your ducks in a row.
First off, whether you're a seasoned parent or brand new, there is no way to be 100% ready. But there are a few ways to help make the transition a little easier. Check out our short (less than 10 seconds long) video on ideas.
As a pregnant parent I'm sure you've been looking into ways to feed your baby. Whether you choose to breast/chest feed, formula feed, or a mix of both, the advice and information out there can get a little daunting. Today we're going to discuss breast/chest feeding, and offer a few tips to help along your journey. These are some things that helped myself when I was breastfeeding my littles. Feed on demand. Newborn tummy's are super small, so they need to eat lots. Breast milk is also digested much easier than formula, so they quite often need to refill their tank (tummy) on a more frequent timeline. That's ok, it doesn't mean that baby isn't getting enough. It means baby...