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Drowsy But Awake by Andrea Galambos
Drowsy But Awake by Andrea Galambos

Andrea Galambos, Certified Gentle Sleep Coach So, we have all heard of that magic moment in which you put your baby down “drowsy but awake” and then they peacefully drift off to sleep.   But does anyone know what “drowsy but awake” actually means? Drowsy but awake means putting your baby down when they are feeling

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Help in the Dark of Night By Jordan Joanisse
Help in the Dark of Night By Jordan Joanisse

Help in the Dark of Night By Jordan Joanisse If you are currently in the thick of a newborn timetable, parents around the world salute you and applaud you for taking it one step at a time! There you are, in charge of someone’s life, their feedings, loving them, soothing them, keeping them clean and

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Follow the Joy
Follow the Joy

Follow the Joy: Celebrating a Journey of IVF People often ask me: “how do you openly celebrate a journey of IVF and support women who are having babies?” Well, let’s face it, it’s emotional but I love my Doula work. Any pangs of pain are a treasure to me, because it shows how deeply I

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Disconnecting  by Aditi Loveridge
Disconnecting by Aditi Loveridge

Disconnecting by Aditi Loveridge In February, my family (husband, daughter, my parents, my sister and my aunt) all headed to Mexico, right in time to miss a huge snow storm back home (we could not have planned it better had we tried!) And oh, what a glorious time it was! Watching my family bond with

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When Clients Become Friends
When Clients Become Friends

When Clients become Friends By Ashley Johnson CD(DONA); PCD(DONA) Years ago, when I started working in the human services field, it was taboo to develop friendships with your clients. We were paid support plain and simple.  If a client contacted you outside of business hours, you were instructed to create boundaries and remind clients that

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Chiropractic Care for Newborns By Dr. Kelly Mortimer
Chiropractic Care for Newborns By Dr. Kelly Mortimer

Chiropractic Care for Newborns By Dr. Kelly Mortimer There are three types of parents I encounter when I treat newborns. First are the parents that are immediately pro chiropractic care. Typically, these parents have received chiropractic care for most of their life or have taken a child to see a chiropractor previously. Next, are the

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How Anxiety Impacts Your Present Reality –By Aditi Loveridge
How Anxiety Impacts Your Present Reality –By Aditi Loveridge

How Anxiety Impacts Your Present Reality –By Aditi Loveridge Trigger Warning: This post has pregnancy loss related content. The Beginnings of Anxiety Ever since I can remember, anxiety has been a part of my life. It was a constant throughout my childhood; an imaginary “friend” that was always telling me that catastrophe was near. I

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What Does TRIBE Mean to You? By Aditi Loveridge
What Does TRIBE Mean to You? By Aditi Loveridge

What Does TRIBE Mean to You? By Aditi Loveridge After the birth of my daughter I had never felt so alone in my life. The postpartum anxiety I was experiencing kept me captive. Who I thought I was, was lost to me. Then one day when my daughter was 4 months old a woman who

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What Does TRIBE Mean To Me? By Jordan Joanisse
What Does TRIBE Mean To Me? By Jordan Joanisse

What Does TRIBE Mean To Me?  By Jordan Joanisse  Tribe…. such a trendy word these days it seems. But so profound if you truly understand its purpose and potential. Tribe, the word alone invites a feeling of warmth, security, unity and belonging. And that is exactly what I have achieved in my life today. In

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Pregnancy Blessing Circle
Pregnancy Blessing Circle

Pregnancy Blessing Circle Come embrace the sacred time of pregnancy with the ReDefine Team and Special Guest Brittany Taryn. Let us celebrate you, your strength and this journey. Dive in and enjoy a day of pampering and self-discovery with other women who are in a similar phase of life. Embrace the Journey! The Circle will

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What does Tribe mean to me? By Ashley Johnson
What does Tribe mean to me? By Ashley Johnson

 What does Tribe mean to me? I became a mother at 25 years old, I was the first of my close friends to have a baby.  Some of my husband’s friend’s wife’s had babies, they all seemed to have it together with their schedules, meal planning, budgeting and fitness.  I remember anticipating motherhood with excitement

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How to Get Through the Holidays after a Miscarriage
How to Get Through the Holidays after a Miscarriage

We are pleased to share that Aditi Loveridge was a guest poster at Flopsy Life! A guide for women who feel anxious, lost, or like they don’t quite fit in on how to find meaning and beauty in life. Read the article here.

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