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Pregnancy and Childbirth are very taxing on your vagina and your pelvic floor muscles! This can cause things like urinary incontinence, reduced sexual pleasure, and even organ prolapse. There are specific things you can do to help prevent the potential negative effects and help your body (specifically your vagina!) to recover more completely and quickly from pregnancy and childbirth.

Pregnancy and Childbirth Tips: 9 Secrets to Save Your Vagina -

Pregnancy and Childbirth are very taxing on your vagina and your pelvic floor muscles! This can cause things like urinary incontinence, reduced sexual pleasure, and even organ prolapse. There are specific things you can do to help prevent the potential ne

Wish I had this a year and a half ago. Looks perfect if it actually works the way it says it does.

Halter Strap Kangaroo Tube - Lagoon Blue

Great advice on getting a baby to sleep through the night!  I used this with all 4 of my babies and it worked like a charm!

How to Get a Baby to Sleep Through the Night

*** Sounds like good advice on feeding sleeping schedules. Great advice on getting a baby to sleep through the night!

Infant gas. Everything about those two words sounds so minuscule. But when your baby is suffering from it, it feels like just the opposite. The crying...

6 Natural Ways to Treat Infant Gas

10 Ways to Help Increase Your Milk Supply Mama Say What?!

10 Ways to Help Increase Your Milk Supply from Mama Say What? Mary Ellen shares tips to help mamas increase milk supply. Check it out!

A realistic hospital packing list from someone that's done it before!

Sparkles & Spit Up: "The" Hospital Packing List. I won't be in the hospital but I'll still need a good packed bag :-)

How to know if a newborn is sick;  a great read for first time parents

How to Know if a Newborn Is Sick

How to Know if a Newborn Is Sick. every new parent needs to read this. It lays it out step by step and it could save your baby's life! is the magic number.

Tips for tummy time

Tips For Tummy Time - From A Physical Therapist

Tips for tummy time from a physical therapist - start baby's tummy time right away with baby on your chest. Get down on the floor with baby and put mirrors, books and toys in baby's line of sight. You can put baby on a pillow at first so he can better see

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