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What To Expect From Your First Period Following Pregnancy

What To Expect From Your First Period Following Pregnancy

There are always a lot of questions surrounding fertility while breastfeeding and the return of your menstrual cycle following birth. This is different for every woman and the range of “normal” can be vast. Some women’s menstrual cycles resume shortly after giving birth, while others may not resume cycling until well …

Who is your #1

Who Is Your #1?

The motherhood transition is a magical time for women and their partners. This transition takes place from the time of conception to when baby has been 12 months earth side. During preconception and pregnancy many women strive for wellness, reading every blog and listening to every podcast to learn all there …

10 Things to Do While Breastfeeding (That Don’t Involve Your Phone)

10 Things to Do While Breastfeeding (That Don’t Involve Your Phone)

Are you a multi-tasker who wants to enjoy your breastfeeding journey while embracing BIRTHFIT’s mindset pillar? Read on for 10 things to do while breastfeeding that don’t involve your phone! We see you: trying to do it all and manage yourself, your family, and so much more all while sacrificing …

Breastfeeding Tips

Tips to Thrive: Breastfeeding in the Early Postpartum Days

Within BIRTHFIT, we often talk about the first two weeks being a period of co-regulation in the Motherhood Transition. The first two weeks can be huge transitional period physically and emotionally, especially with learning to breastfeed. As natural and primitive breastfeeding is, sometimes it doesn’t come easy. Here are some …

Homemade Infant Formula Recipes

Homemade Infant Formula Recipes

The formula industry is extensive and parents often struggle to find an infant formula that closely matches the macro content of human milk. Breast milk is mostly composed of fats and proteins while formula is very high in carbohydrates. Additionally, quality of ingredients can be a definite struggle, as can …

Must Reads for Birth Partners

Must Reads for Birth Partners

Is your birth partner wishing they could learn more to support you during your motherhood transition? Check out this list of “must reads!”   The Birth Partner – This birth classic written by Penny Simkin talks about preparation for labor, when to know labor has started, epidurals and other medications …

Things to Expect in Early Postpartum

9 Things to Expect in Early Postpartum: Emotionally and Physically

Becoming a new mom is such an exciting time! You’ve just completed such an incredible feat by giving birth, and you got to meet your incredible new bundle of joy. But, are you prepared for the first few weeks of postpartum? Not everyone is ready for what comes next as …

Four Month Sleep Regression

Four Month Sleep Regression

Just when you thought you were in a groove of parenting, your baby stops sleeping for what seems like no reason. As you lie awake with them in the middle of the night, you realize they’ve hit the dreaded “four month sleep regression” – now what?   The most important, …

Nursing Through Tongue and Lip Ties

Nursing Through Tongue and Lip Ties

When most people think of the term “tongue-tie”, they think of someone’s inability to speak or stick their tongue out. But in reality, it basically means the tongue’s motion is restricted, otherwise known as anklyoglossia. With the rise in the United States breastfeeding rates, tongue ties are gaining recognition. More …

We All Need BIRTHFIT

Birth Based in Love, Not Fear

Mom Crush Monday #MCM   It is with tears in my eyes looking at my children that I feel a sense of duty to write this blog. I share their birth stories because I do not want any woman or partner to feel the way we did after their births …