I’ve been amazed at how different my second pregnancy is from my first pregnancy. It’s not just the actual symptoms that change; I’m also emotional about things that I never would have considered the first time around. So, whether you’re already pregnant with your second (or third or fourth, etc.) or you’re thinking about expanding your family, here are five things that might change for you during your later pregnancies. Read More

If you’re on social media at all, I’m sure you’ve seen the hashtag #2under2, or some variant of that. Having two children under the age of two years old is not for the faint of heart, that’s for sure! But it’s definitely doable, although it comes with its own challenges. Here are some tips to help you navigate the wonderful world of two under two! Read More

Doulas have so many great stories to tell and so much advice to give. Their wisdom cannot be contained to just one blog post. So here we are again with part three of our Ask a Doula series! Make sure you catch part one and part two if you missed them earlier this week! Read More

Here is more from our series celebrating the doulas in our community!  Happy World Doula week! Did you miss part one? Check it out here! Read More

This week we celebrate World Doula Week! Please join us on a blog series where we asked as many doulas in the Nashville area some questions; some serious and some fun. Today, we start with our first two questions. All week long you’ll get real answers from lots of different doulas about birth and doula’ing. Enjoy learning more about these strong women who are empowering Nashville women in their births! Read More

As you prepare to welcome your second baby, you can help your first child anticipate a new sibling with excitement and realistic expectations, as well as encourage routines to help ease this transition. Continue reading to learn more about preparing for this exciting sibling adjustment period. Read More

Make time to do some “nesting” as you sort through clothes and gear from your first baby’s early days – it will get you in a newborn-state-of-mind to once again fold those tiny outfits and make lists of what you need to purchase or borrow this time around. Attend a prenatal yoga class for stretching and relaxation, and sign up for a childbirth “refresher class” so that you and your partner can have time together to focus on this new birth and baby, and to review and process events from your first birth experience. Read More

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