As an alternative to the usual consumerist baby shower, we invite you to rethink the baby's arrival by celebrating the mother-to-be, the woman, her desire, love and strength to create something so great and wonderful.
Like the “traditional” baby shower, why not have a long party? AFTER the delivery of your offspring? We are fortunate to live in Quebec, where maternity "leaves" are considered generous. While the infant will punctuate the rhythm of the clock in breast staccato and / or bottles, smiles, naps, crying and small vomit, here are some ideas to redefine the collective notion of parental support, and how to ensure a network of allies. / es during this period.
Ah, the diapers. One of the less desirable parts of having a tiny baby, but an inevitable task! With everything that comes with a baby and all there is to know and learn, at least the diaper story is often settled with one of the two big brands of disposable diapers!
Fortunately, there are other options besides disposable diapers! For more and more parents, washable diapers are becoming an interesting option for a greener future and small buttocks without sores.
Most parents will tell you that coming home with your baby is a big time to adjust and let go. You have certainly spent time preparing for your pregnancy and childbirth, but it is also possible to prepare for your postnatal period! Here are 5 effective and concrete tips for an easier and smoother postnatal.
The question always comes up in the prenatal classes that we give to parents when we discuss the portion of sleep in the baby: What do you think of sleep training? Camille Maheu, founder of the Les Premiers Moments team, doula and naturopath in perinatal care, shares her secrets with you.