For matters of childbirth, breastfeeding, and postpartum health during Black History Month, we want to highlight the disparity between white and black mothers and families -- and what you can do to help. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), black women die during pregnancy, childbirth
2016 is coming to an end, but before it does, let's take a look at what happened here on the Giving Birth with Confidence blog from Lamaze. I'll share with you the most popular posts according to the number of views, my personal favorite posts, and the top 10 search terms.
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Adorable Preemie Clothes Made & Donated to Babies in NICU
Look But Don't Touch - Life After Neonatal Care
Tips for getting through the days in the NICU from a dad who’s done it
Prematurity in 2016: Concern, Hope, and the Landscape of Unknowns
5 Things That May Help Your Process Your
For your Friday, below are recent articles from the collective world-wide voice of parents. These days, your village often includes those you find support and solace in online as well as in person.
"They Should've Warned Me" (Huffington Post)
This sweet twist on the warnings many parents get duri
People often refer to a sleeping infant as "precious," but all new parents know that the most precious thing about it is that their baby is SLEEPING! The issue of infant sleep is one that so many parents lose sleep over -- literally and figuratively. Are they getting enough? When will they wake? Whe