What to Look For in a Doula

When you are looking at hiring a doula many things come to mind that become qualifying criteria; this may include your budget, her experience, and her proximity to you. Here are 10 things that you may want to consider when looking for the best fit in a doula. 1- Is your doula supportive of where you are planning to birth? Some doulas are  "Home Birth" doulas. Many "Home Birth" doulas will have a strong agenda geared towards the home birth experience and this can cause issues during your birth. Make sure you pick a doula who is truly supportive of...

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Top 3 deliveries services to have in the first 6 weeks after your baby is born

When planning for your baby's birth, you may think of taking care of things like car seats, Newborn Care Specialists for night support, and even choosing the best pediatrician available, but may couples are not aware of the variety of supports available to them during those first few weeks post-birth that can make a major difference in the support they receive after their babies are born.  Parents can arrange to have products delivered to their homes on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis to support them through those first few weeks after their babies are born to ensure their job...

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Confidence and Support, in the Mail

In today's busy world, parents are looking for ways to simplify and streamline many parts of their lives. For new and expectant parents, this is even more exaggerated. New parents want to be up-to-date on all the best quality baby and pregnancy items. With the need for convenience at an all time high, regular monthly subscription “boxes” are the new hot item. There are boxes for clothes, boxes for cleaning products, and boxes for new parents, there are products and boxes geared to this unique and wonderful time of life. New parent boxes give parents the benefit of research already...

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The Power of Less: Creating an Inviting Space for Your Newborn to Thrive

As many new parents plan for their new bundle of joy, they are often tempted with all the latest parenting products. Add to that, the mountains of gifts given by loving family and friends; and before you know it, the nursery looks more like a storage unit than a quiet oasis for your little one to grow. With the growing awareness of minimalist living, when we tell new parents to limit the amount of stuff, they often fear we are recommending a zero-scaped nursery. On the contrary, we want to help you find the best products that will truly benefit...

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The Stress of Being A New Dad

While there are many articles, blogs, and books about what life will be like for a new mom, there is a lost section about new dads. Whether you are in a same-sex relationships, where both dads are experiencing parenthood unique to men, a single dad, or the partner to a wonderful women; men can experience fear, anxiety, and even Paternal Depression when welcoming a new baby into the home. Many books out there address fatherhood stresses mainly in regards to concerns about being the “breadwinner” but there is more to it than worrying about the financial space of the family....

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Adoption Support and Liaison

Our Adoption Supports have been designed to provide the perfect specialized support for you while you go through the adoption process. Every package we create is customized to your unique circumstances with your needs and the birth mother’s needs in mind. Adoption can be an amazing process and very gratifying for all parties involved if the needs of each individual are taken care of and nourished. At The Doula House we strive to provide for those needs as we transform your journey into a welcome adventure that blossoms into something special for every person involved. With this package you and...

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Bundle Organics Organic Juices and Teas for pregnant and new moms

“Bundle Organics juices are packed with quality, organic fruits and veggies (we are extremely picky produce people) with an extra bump of vitamins and minerals essential for healthy prenatal development. Best of all, we’ve done all of the research and checked all of the boxes so you don’t have to.” Bundle Organics offers organic teas and juices specifically designed for expectant and new moms. Filling your body with all the nutrients you need for growing a healthy, happy baby. Why we love them: Green Juices and Smoothies are all the rage for pregnant women, but it is not as easy...

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21 Bundles Monthly Baby Boxes

“Natural Products + Monthly Bundles = A Happy and Healthy Family ” The customized monthly boxes from 21 bundles are full of healthy, green products for you and your baby. Why we love them: 21 bundles will start sending you custome boxes based on were you are in pregnancy or how old your baby is. These monthly boxes are only $40 a month, and are filled with products to help you and your baby heal, grow, and thrive in a healthy happy home. They even have an Ala-carte option, so you can order more of any product that you really...

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It Take A Village Baby Boxes

“Think of it as a newborn starter kit.” The customized newborn boxes from It Takes A Village will send you a box that it perfect for you based on budget or number of babies. Why we love them: They gear their boxes specifically for the first 12 weeks, focusing on products that parents use the most. This allows you to get the best, most up to date, baby essentials. They ship fast, within 24 hours of placing your order, and the products are continually being updated. Boxes are filled with items for baby as well as parent, including items that...

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When Your Toddler Doesn’t Like Your New Baby

It is very common for a toddler not to enjoy the presence of a new baby in the home. With most toddlers it’s ok if the baby is just visiting but not welcomed if it is going to stay. Toddlers have a bunch of stresses and complaints when it comes to babies: “They take all their parents attention, they have to share everything they had before with a someone they have never met before, they can’t talk, they cry a lot and on top of the list—they won’t play with me.” These are just some of the complaints that toddlers...

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