While most pregnancy fatigue is normal, that doesn’t mean it’s not frustrating, especially when you are battling staying awake at work, or while caring for other children. Our pregnancy specialists have some tips for you to help get the restful, restorative sleep you and baby need!
The way a woman’s body changes to adapt to pregnancy is pretty remarkable. Over the course of the 40 weeks, you are pregnant, your body will do exactly what it needs to do to nurture that new human you are growing! However, many women are surprised at the rapid shift of emotions that they feel during this time.
With the changes in the spread of the Corona Virus, there are many unknowns when it comes to breastfeeding, but we are watching developments with a keen eye. At Wumblekin, we believe in providing our customers with information that is backed by science.
Knowing your pain management options for labor and birth can make you feel more in control if a decision needs to be made to handle the pain. Our best advice? Have an open mind regarding pain management.
It’s almost time to grab the hospital bag and head out the door to get ready to meet your new baby. Our Wumblekin pregnancy specialists want to share with you what they think are the “big five”; the best things to pack in your hospital bag for labor and birth.