Category Archives: Postpartum
The internet is buzzing with videos of people reacting to women nursing their babies in public. Or pretending to nurse a doll, as is the case with the Joey Salads video that has gone viral. Many new moms might be concerned … Continue reading
Keeping in mind that I drink a glass of wine MAYBE once every month (the Cranberry Wine from Sorrenti is a seasonal favorite in our house), and I’ve got some “sparkling cider” chilling in the garage to ring in the … Continue reading
Often new moms ask some variation on the question: I’m curious as to how you ladies handle breastfeeding a brand newborn. One of the visiting lactation consultants said that if he’s sleepy we should let him sleep. He slept 6 … Continue reading
Where Should You Get Your Placenta Encapsulated? Why Doesn’t Knitted in the Womb Encapsulate Placentas?
In the past few months there has been quite a stir in the placenta encapsulation (PE)community about where the best place is to encapsulate a placenta–in the client’s home, or in the specialist’s dedicated workspace? People on each side of … Continue reading
I’ll admit to being a parent who chooses “selective vaccination” for my children. But I’m also a scientist, holding a degree in biochemistry, and having worked in research for 6 years after graduation. As such, I have to also admit that … Continue reading