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"Most newborns may be very sleepy when they first get home. They should be fed any time hunger cues are noticed, but at least every 2 hours during the day and at least once during the night. Once your pediatrician recognizes a healthy weight gain model, a pattern or schedule may be introduced."Read More
"Being single and pregnant, or single with children can be an empowering time in one's life. Know that with the support of a doula, the choices you make will be lifted up and carried out without judgment."Read More
Since newborns need these things every two to three hours, you are likely feeling the strains that lack of sleep can do to your body. It's okay to ask for help. The Charlotte Doulas are here to help, give us a buzz.Read More
Despite its name, morning sickness can occur any time of day.Read More
Sometimes the natural thing to do isn't the easiest. We are here to help.Read More
This week, we're sharing a tip from our newest Infant Care Specialist, Elizabeth. She's great at setting up the fridge for new families and making snack time easy for families with multiple children. She has a pro strategy on some items to keep stocked that are versatile enough to eat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and, of course, they're great right out of the fridge or pantry.