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By Jaimie, Contributing Writer Two days after my son was born, my milk came in. I’d heard the stories about having ginormous breasts and the discomfort of engorgement, but I had no idea what I was in for. The best way to describe it was bowling balls hanging off my chest… big, heavy, and rock-hard. Read More

Image by: justme_yo By Sarah Dillingham, Contributor Pregnant women in the U.S. receive more healthcare interventions today than any time in recent history. Foremost among recommendations strongly promoted in prenatal care visits are the Tdap and Flu vaccines, despite the fact that neither vaccine is demonstrated to be either safe or significantly beneficial for pregnant Read More

In my first post last month (The Lost Art of Lying-In), I explored a bit how traditional cultures around the world respect and honor the postpartum season, known as Lying-In. While it it can be inspiring to hear those stories and it can also feel wildly out of reach. I get that. Totally. We are Read More

By Jill, Contributing Writer In our home, we use herbal remedies for a variety of ailments. For everything from relaxation to a hacking cough, I am reaching for my herb stash every time. The time I use herbs the most though is in the postpartum period.  Postpartum herbal healing is awesome! Mother’s Milk Tea This Read More

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