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Swaddling what is

Swaddling: What Is It and Should I Do It with My Baby?

Parents naturally want the best for their children. The thing is, there is no one size fits all scenario. Take swaddling. Some parents are terrified by the concept while others swear by it. So let's simply jump into a bit of history and present some current ideas so you can decide for yourself and your little love.

The Best Way To Prevent Your Baby From Scratching Their Face

The Best Way To Prevent Your Baby From Scratching Their Face

There is so much to love about your baby. First, they are a precious little life that you helped make. That is most important. But then they have the cutest eyes and a smile that will light up any room. And those tiny little hands. They are so adorable. But...

A Mama Coach for Baby Cleft Journeys

A Mama Coach for Baby Cleft Journeys

Guest blogger, registered nurse and mother of three, Eileen Robbins shares her family's personal cleft journey, and how it brought her to helping others along similar journeys with Mama Coach.

From One Cleft Mom to Another

From One Cleft Mom to Another

Guest blogger, registered nurse, mother of two and author of I See a Smile, Tasha Reinhardt shares her family's personal cleft journey, which includes online courses called Cleft Care for Caregivers where proceeds are given to Smile Train.

Doctor Trill Talks Breastfeeding and Allergies

Doctor Trill Talks Breastfeeding and Allergies

Guest blogger, Dr Trillitye Paullin from Free to Feed Talks Breastfeeding and Allergies.

9 Tips for the First Year of Your Baby's Cleft Journey

9 Tips for the First Year of Your Baby's Cleft Journey

Guest blogger, Janina Jochum from Notes to Nina introduces her 9 tips for the first year of your baby's cleft journey.

My Top Baby Formula Choices!

My Top Baby Formula Choices!

Guest blogger, Dawn Higham shares her top baby formula choices in 2021 with a wholesome, organic perspective.

Cleft Lip and Palate -A Mother's Introduction

Cleft Lip and Palate -A Mother's Introduction

Guest blogger, Akayla Edwards introduces cleft lip and palate from a mother's perspective.

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