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What’s in My Pumping Bag

Before I tell you what is in my pumping bag, I will first give you my “credentials” so you know just how much I have relied on this bag and its contents. I have fed two children breast milk: my second son I pumped almost exclusively for a total of 10 months (but pumped enough […]

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Cincinnati & NKY guide to Pregnancy & Infant Support

This guide is sponsored by the businesses featured below. We are grateful to their partnership in helping us provide this resource for local parents.It doesn’t matter if you are having baby #1 or baby #8… moms need support! We are fortunate to have a variety of resources available to us in the Cincinnati/NKY area. This […]

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My Baby Spits Up A Lot… Is This Normal?

This post is part of a sponsored relationship with Liberty Sharonville Pediatrics. We are thrilled to partner with them to bring our readers valuable children’s health tips and information.Is there anything more terrifying than when your baby spits up in copious amounts after feeding? It can be quite disconcerting, especially for first time parents, and […]

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Becoming Dad: A Perspective on New Fatherhood

This post is part of a sponsored partnership with The Christ Hospital Health Network. We are excited about this partnership and the opportunity to provide important resources to local parents.We’re moms. And as moms, we tend to think about everyone else – what they need, what they want, whether they can eat Goldfish crackers for […]

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Tips to Make Breastfeeding More Successful

This post is part of a sponsored relationship with Suburban Pediatric Associates. We are so pleased to partner with them to bring families in our communities important health information.You’ve heard all the breastfeeding horror stories from your friends and family – sore, cracked nipples. Exhaustion. Emotional roller coasters. The truth is that establishing breastfeeding can […]

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Fetal Surgery: Rescuing the Ritchie Twins

This post is part of a sponsored relationship with TriHealth. We are thankful for their partnership in helping us share a variety of childbirth experiences with local moms. A special thank you to Ashley and Mark Ritchie for sharing their story with us as well.Ashley and Mark Ritchie went to an ultrasound appointment expecting to […]

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3 Must Haves for Labor and Delivery

Three Must-Haves for Your Labor and Delivery

This post is part of a sponsored partnership with The Christ Hospital Health Network. We are excited about this partnership and the opportunity to provide important resources to local moms.You’re heading to the hospital, bag packed with necessities to get you through labor and delivery as comfortably as possible, but do you have what you […]

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