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People always told me to “be careful” when I was pregnant and walking a lot or hiking . I wonder what things people told you that just made you go hmm... 🤔

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I’m mostly curious for mamas who have experience both with and without an epidural... which did you prefer? And why?

Mallory November 19, 2021
I have 3 children, first 2 epidural and 3rd no epidural. With my experience, I prefer no epidural. My first baby she was a 7.5hr labor from start to finish. 3 pushes and she was out. Very easy. My 2nd I had to be induced. I feel like the epidural slowed down my progress. I (more)
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I'm a minimalist first-time parent and I was curious what products people found essential or regret not getting earlier?

Kelsey November 19, 2021
I LOVE muslin swaddle blankets. I love how soft they are, they dry fast, you can get a good newborn swaddle and double wrap if needed, can put them on the floor for tummy time, use as burp cloth, clean up spilled milk, wipe hands after meals, blow your nose, use as a towel, cover (more)
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My fellow work at home mamas… what are some tips for juggling baby and work? Please also share relative to baby’s age. I have an almost 6th month old :-)

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My baby’s been sucking her thumb a lot since she was about 2 months now she’s 8 months still don’t like pacifier. I don’t really stop her but should I? She takes her thumb out when she fall asleep .
I get overwhelmed looking up online so here i am looking for some real mom’s opinions :) thank you in advance.

CC November 17, 2021
Do you have a pediatric dentist yet? I think it really depends on the impact it may be having on her teeth which is different for each child. I personally was a thumb sucker until like 5 and it never impacted my teeth.
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If you are for it, at what age did you stop using it. Pros and Cons are welcome.

Courtney November 18, 2021
I am pretty neutral. They should be introduced after breastfeeding is well established. Also, the signals in the body produced by sucking cause the baby’s brain to have a signal they’re getting full. That’s why I never recommend pacifiers if there are any concerns about weight gain. 😊
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We are doing an article on everything you need to know about C-sections. Have you had a C-section? What information or preparation do you wish you would have had?

Katesha Reid November 18, 2021
I had 2 c-sections. The first was an emergency and the 2nd was planned. The planned was far better. I was able to express my concerns to the Dr and anesthesiologist. My top 5 tips would be: Be sure you walk as soon as they say you can. It helps with soreness and trapped gas. (more)
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