Postpartum


10 Ways to Treat Engorgement and Sore/Cracked Nipples

Monday, October 16, 2017 By Nina Spears

Breastfeeding can be tough. For some women and babies, it’s a skill that’s picked up easily, naturally and quickly. But for many mothers–if not the majority–they don’t have that experience. There’s a lot of tears and growing pains. Both literally and figuratively. Learning how to get a good, deep latch takes time. I tell my […]

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8 Surprising (but Normal) Things You May Notice About Your Newborn

Friday, October 13, 2017 By Aimee Ketchum
newborn, baby chick

We think we are prepared. The onesies are washed and put away in the drawers, the nursery is painted and ready, and the car seat is installed in the backseat, but once that baby comes, we realize just how much we don’t know! Here are a few tips about newborns so you are not caught […]

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12 Postpartum Must-Haves: How to Have a Faster & Easier Recovery After Birth

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 By Nina Spears
12 Postpartum Must-Haves: How to Have a Faster & Easier Recovery After Birth | Baby Chick

All photos taken by Creative Clicks Photography As my due date approaches, I’m thinking more and more about what my labor and baby’s birth will be like. Luckily I am feeling pretty prepared and have all the things that I need. But something else that I need to prepare for is the postpartum recovery period. […]

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3 Things to Bring to your First Pediatrician Visit

Thursday, September 7, 2017 By Tessy Kadavil
3 Things to Bring to your First Pediatrician Visit | Baby Chick

Mom guilt, we all have it. And 99% of the time, it is unwarranted. One of the things I commonly see is when my first time moms come for their initial pediatrician newborn visit and they have forgotten something, whether it is the diapers or the pacifier or the hospital paperwork. And you see that […]

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5 Tips for Caring for Baby’s Skin

Thursday, August 24, 2017 By Cheyenne Bell

Babies are born with an amazing protective coating called vernix. It may seem “gross,” but vernix is actually incredibly useful and should remain on baby’s skin for as long as possible. It helps to protect baby’s skin and to keep it moisturized. Once it’s gone though, many babies start to have issues with their skin […]

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