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Getting Your Groove Thing Back after Baby

  You’ve delivered your baby, figured out the whole feeding and burping thing, and settled into something vaguely resembling a routine. You’re healed up and doing human activities again. Well, most of them. The six-week mark on the calendar is looming and you’re not quite sure how to feel… That’s right, we’re talking about the[…]

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I Might Have Mastitis: What Should I Do?

Mastitis: a funny sounding word for a not-so-funny condition. All too many nursing mothers have experienced rapid-onset breast pain, fever, and chills that mark a breast infection. Let’s learn a little more about this common mother’s problem – what it is, and what you should do if you have mastitis. What is Mastitis? Simply put,[…]

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Handling Family and Visitors Your First Two Weeks Home

The first two weeks after bringing home baby are sweet and special, but they can also be a little nerve-racking. Are they eating enough? Pooping enough? Is this stream of visitors bringing in cold and flu germs? As a parent, you have the right and prerogative to determine who will visit during this time, and[…]

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10 Questions to Ask Your Colorado Pediatrician

10 Questions to Ask Your Pediatrician The choice of a pediatrician to see your new baby is very personal and will have a huge impact on your family. After all, they may see your child for 18 years and help you through some tough situations during that time! You want to make sure you are[…]

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You Can Sleep Well With a Newborn

I know, that can be hard to believe. I wouldn’t have believed it myself when my kids were itty bitty newborns ahem 12-21 years ago….. No one told me there were ways to have help at night, even if I was breastfeeding. No one offered to come to stay with me and take care of[…]

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Real Relationships Are Not About True Love

Today is my fifteenth wedding anniversary. Fifteen years of sharing the highs, the lows, the excitement and the everyday boredom. That’s a lot of time to be around anyone. Most of us were pretty well done with our parents and their shenanigans after 15 years. Am I right? Think back to 15 years ago. Who[…]

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Before you get started, we'd like you to know that we are booked for overnight postpartum care until February 2022. We're also getting very close to being fully booked with birth doula services until that time as well.

If you're interested in these services beyond February 2022, now is a great time to secure a spot.

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