Which maternity classes should all first-time moms attend?

Which classes should all first-time moms attend? {Wendy Whitford, RN] All first-time moms should take all the classes we offer. We only offer the ones that are most important, ’cause we know her time’s limited. We’re not gonna offer fluff. We’re offering what she needs in the shortest amount of time. We have a childbirth […]

Bringing Newborn Baby Home from the Hospital!

Childbirth: Tearing from front to back?! Say It Taint True! | Madge the Vag | Scary Mommy

– Well, I don’t remember it looking like that. Did you know that after giving birth that you can look and feel different down there? So what’s a vagina to do? (bright, peppy music) How big were your babies? – Four pounds – Six pounds, two ounces and seven and a half – Seven pounds, […]


Unfortunately, there are no reusable breast milk storage bags. Breast milk bags are generally pre-sterilized and intended for a single use. That is why I also pump into bottles throughout the day and refrigerate. This helps me use less plastic bags. Make sure to chill the fresh pumped milk in fridge BEFORE adding it to […]

How to Make Your Own Baby Food

hello gorgeous welcome back to my channel I have a different kind of video for you guys today I’m teaching you how to make baby food if you listen to Hello Baby podcast we did a whole episode about homemade baby food I thought some comments you guys wanted to see how I did it […]

Breastfeeding Benefits for Moms

(upbeat music) Breastfeeding Benefits for Moms – First of all, lactation and milk production requires about 500 kilocalories per day for an exclusively breastfed infant, so it helps women to lose weight after they deliver the baby, and what they have seen is that this also leads to a decrease in visceral fat, which is […]

How to Bottle Feed and Burp your Newborn Baby

when you’re discharged from the hospital with your newborn baby the nurses and doctors are going to instruct you on how much formula your newborn baby is taking at that time so when you go home continue with what they’re saying you will have an appointment with your pediatrician 2 to 3 days after discharge. […]

Family Planning, Pregnancy, and Parenting with Rheumatoid Arthritis: Claire’s Story (Part 1)

You know, you have a small daughter who’s 17 months old and What were your experiences having rheumatoid arthritis and, you know, family planning, Pregnancy…yeah. Yeah, it was a really long journey that actually formally started with, and I’m gonna do my little plug here, with this lovely book by Suze Edward Mays. She’s an […]