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Bloom:: An Event for New and Expecting Moms in Vermont {SOLD OUT}

We are thrilled to announce that tickets to our 3rd Annual Bloom:: An Event for New and Expecting Moms are now on sale! *UPDATE: TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT* Who:: This event if for any mom who is currently pregnant, trying to become pregnant, adopting, wants to be pregnant/adopt in the near future, or has had […]

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We Need to Talk More About Miscarriage

As moms, we share about many things that happen in our lives. We talk about sleepless nights and our absolute and complete exhaustion. We discuss diapers and their contents. We share about our relationships and how they have changed after having children. We’re even talking more about post-partum depression and anxiety. But there’s something we […]

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Synergy HomeCare Vermont – Help For Moms

{Disclaimer: We have partnered with Synergy HomeCare to bring you the following post. However, all opinions are our own!} Moms are usually the last people to ask for help, and during the pregnancy and new mom days, we are often the ones who need it the most! Take our contributor, Ashley, for instance. During her […]

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The First Hour after Birth: A Baby’s 9 Instinctive Stages

The First Hour after Birth: A Baby’s 9 Instinctive Stages So much effort is devoted to preparing for labor and birth throughout pregnancy, but what happens after the baby is born?! One minute, your baby was in your womb, and the next, you deliver him/her Earth-side. I sure felt like it was a shock. Did you […]

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Almost Done

“Almost done!” That’s what everyone keeps telling me, but pregnancy has a funny way of messing with time.  Days seem longer, weeks are anxiously marked and then you’re “almost done.” At 35 weeks, I don’t feel almost done. Gestational Diabetes has a way of making things feel drawn out.  In my earlier post, I shared what […]

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