I have had three very different birth experiences; a cesarean after induction where I was followed by a delivering family doctor during my pregnancy and delivery up until a cesarean was necessary, a hospital VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean) where again, my prenatal care was followed by a delivering family doctor and I had two wonderful doula’s present and a home birth after cesarean supported by midwives again, with a doula present.Read More
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Have you been thinking about buying a second hand breast pump? Sherry shares when it is ok and when you are better buying brand new.Read More
If you have a disability, it may occasionally seem like daily life is more difficult for you than it is for other people. Due to this, the prospect of becoming a parent for the first time may seem like an extremely nerve wracking propositionRead More
This year I just happen to be launching FIVE dates for new workshops on Black Friday, I guess that means that I need to have an amazing sale, doesn't it?Read More
#PostBabyHankyPanky: Sharing our Knowledge about Sexuality During the Transition to Parenthood By: Megan Muise, Research Co-ordinator
Welcoming a new baby into the family is often a time filled with joy and excitement for couples. During this time couples are also faced with many new challenges, including strain on their romantic and sexual relationship. Research has shown that parents experience sharper declines in relationship satisfaction when compared to non-parents over the same period of time, and that this decline continues beyond the first year postpartum .Read More