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6 Comfort Tips for the Working Pregnant Woman

 6 Comfort Tips for the Working Pregnant Woman   Being pregnant and having kids needn’t spell the end of your career. Women in the 21st century constitute a large percentage of the workforce. In fact, 70% of women in the UK and 59% of women in the USA are active in the labour force, and it is this pervasiveness of women in the workplace that has created the need to develop a workplace that protects women, more so during pregnancy. Managing a job and pregnancy can be challenging. Addressing pregnancy-related health issues in the workplace is important, and while...

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Breastfeed With Ease With Littlebeam Nursing Pillow

As a breast feeding Mom, it can be difficult for you and your baby to find your feeding rhythm. Many times, we find ourselves in uncomfortable positions, adjusting and re-adjusting our feeding positions, only to find that we have disturbed baby from his or her feed. It’s time to find that comfort spot again! Even pillows don’t seem to help! Luckily, Littlebeam Nursing Pillows are here to make feeding a bonding experience again. Littlebeam Nursing Pillows was created by a lactation consultant who understands the needs of baby and a breastfeeding Mom. This comfortable, supportive pillow helps you get...

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Baby of The Week is Eleanor Mary

What is your babies name and why did you choose this name for your baby? Our baby’s name is Eleanor Mary. We chose the name Eleanor because we liked the old fashioned sound. We also liked how it sounded with our son’s name, Elliot. Mary was chosen because both of my grandmothers as well as my mother-in-law, are named Mary. How old is your baby now? She is 11 months old. Tell us about your baby’s birth story. Ellie was born on Sunday, November 13, 2016 At 8:16pm. I had gestational diabetes so had a scheduled induction. I had...

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7 Breastfeeding Expectations After A C-Section

7 Breastfeeding Expectations After A C-Section   As eager as we are to breastfeed our newborn baby immediately, doing so can almost feel impossible when you just came out of a c-section procedure.   Though it will feel like a difficult task, breastfeeding after a c-section is certainly achievable. I have had quite a number of struggles after my surgery, so to give you an idea about such a situation, here is some information about it so that you can prepare beforehand.   You Can Feed Your Baby Right Away Latching is a common issue among new moms, and...

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How will our kids be OhBeehavin!? – Should we worry about being “older” parents?

We’ve noticed there is a general trend among our friends to delay starting a family until you are in your late 20’s or into your 30’s. We know this is quite different to back in our parents’ time when most of us kids were born when our parents were either in their early 20’s or had barely even reached the age of 20. We want to know if this will have an impact on our kids? Luckily for us, there is some research on behaviour differences amongst children which relates to the age of their mother at birth. The...

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