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B.R.A.I.N Acronym

The B.R.A.I.N. acronym is a fantastic way to frame conversations with your care provider team. It helps receive information so you can make a decision, while respecting your autonomy as a birthing person ♥ #birthcenter #birthautonomy #empoweredbirth B – benefits R – risks A – alternatives I – intuition N – nothing

Partner Labor tips

Partners are an essential part of pregnancy and labor ♥ Below are a few tips on ways partners can support during labor! 1. Encouraging language 2. Tender touching 3. Nourishment (hydration and food) 4. Knowing the laboring person’s birth preferences These, of course, only scratch the surface. What were some of the favorite ways your […]

Birth Ball During Pregnancy

A Birth Ball during pregnancy can be your best friend! Sitting on the ball, doing gentle figure 8’s is a great way to rotate your pelvis and relax your hips. This encourages your baby to get in a good position, and can prevent some common lower back and hip pain resulting from sitting in an […]

Newborn Care Tip

Newborn Care Tip!! If you’re noticing some baby acne, crib cap, goop in the eye, or dry skin, rub some breast milk into the area and watch it do its magic #breastmilk #liquidgold #birthcenter #newbornbaby

Nourishing Food Postpartum

Nourishing your body postpartum supports breastfeeding, recovery, and overall well-being ♥️ As you’re entering the final weeks of pregnancy, talk to your midwife about the best foods to prepare for your fourth trimester at home! #postpartum #firstfortydays #birthcenter