I truly believe that we are connected with people who we are meant to be connected with, however, we also have the right to choose and look for options. I want to share resources and other amazing people who I've had the pleasure of meeting
For local cultures to benefit from optimal health and wellness for maternal and child development, because benefits to mother and child are well documented, and breastfeeding and human milk is the standard and should be accepted as the norm for a feeding choice.
We are a non-profit organization helping families meet the needs of their babies, toddlers, and beyond through babywearing, using a variety of carriers.
Graceful Journey is a premium pregnancy, birth, and postpartum doula service committed to providing holistic-minded mothers with the utmost care. -- informational, emotional, and physical support; helping you through your journey for your birth, and for your family.
We are a pregnancy resource center in Guam. We offer free pregnancy test and lots of support throughout your pregnancy. Confidential, non-judgmental, compassionate care.
Get support and guidance in your breastfeeding journey! Whether you are pregnant and want to breastfeed, have already begun your journey, or have general questions, see other outlets below
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We strive to provide a compassionate choice for birthing mothers by bringing hope, love, and a safe and nurturing environment for children through adoption. We work to provide support services for families through preparation, education, guidance, and post-adoption services.
March of Dimes is a United States nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies.
Quaint baby shop carrying a wide range of breast feeding pumps & accessories for new moms.
The mission of Postpartum Support International is to promote awareness, prevention and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing in every country worldwide.
As a first time mom, I was adamant about wanting to breastfeed my baby boy. Breastfeeding is best, and it's natural, but that does not mean it came easily. From the start, my baby had a difficult time latching. We supplemented with formula during his first few days as we both were figuring out nursing. Edna was there from the very beginning providing us with everything we needed. She gave tips, assured us of our progress, and provided much needed encouragement. We read lots of books, watched hours of video, but nothing can truly prepare for your baby. Edna helped fill in those gaps.
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