Posts tagged fort bragg
Face Your Summit With A Doula As Your Guide

Feeling a bit lost in your pregnancy and postpartum with a newborn? Learn how doulas help you prepare for birth by demystifying birth itself, helping you build the mental fortitude to face and overcome your fears, and guiding you through the options when you aren’t sure what to do (or if your goal is even possible). Whether you are early or late in your pregnancy, striving for a VBAC, have a high-risk pregnancy, or struggling with keeping up with a newborn…let our birth and postpartum doulas be your guide.

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Is it Safe to Color Your Hair During Pregnancy?

The question on whether it’s safe to color your hair during pregnancy or while breastfeeding comes up often, especially when it’s time to touch up your summer highlights. The short answer is…yes! We consulted with expert hairstylist Beverly Hale of Frederick’s Hairdesign…

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Paternal Mental Health Support for Expecting and New Dads is a "Thing"

When you read most articles around perinatal mood disorders and postpartum mental health, the focus is primarily around the expecting or new mother. Without a doubt, maternal mental health is very important. But what about expecting and new fathers? Often times, they are left out of the equation and don’t know where to turn to for help (either for themselves or how to help their partners). Postpartum Support International (PSI) has online resources geared specifically for fathers…

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Protecting Your Baby from the Sun

Summers in North Carolina can be brutal with the relentless sun and oppressive heat. With hotter weather being a constant throughout this Spring, many parents are already asking about what type of sun protection is recommended for babies. Read on for some of our top recommendations on how to keep babies and young children safe from the sun this summer…

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The Lonely Journey: Facing Childbirth In A Military Town

It can be lonely when you live away from family and loved ones. We certainly understand that well. This is a common theme many families face every day in this town. You don’t have to be alone in this transition into motherhood. Not in pregnancy, not in childbirth, and not in the postpartum weeks. Whether it’s helping you navigate around your options in childbirth or just needing a gentle shoulder to lean on, you can count on us to support you.

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