Ask the Expert
Practical (and judgment-free) advice on caring for your newborn from the baby pros
Pregnant families should be fully involved in the planning and care of their pregnancy with all the information, support and advice from professionals who are educated and knowledgeable. A maternity consultant is a professional who provides education, support, information and assistance to pregnant people and families navigating the healthcare system.
The loss of a baby is never easy regardless of the length of the pregnancy, stillborn, or age of the child. Grieving is important and support is needed for parents. Your grief should never be ignored. A grief doula is a person who provides emotional and physical support to families
According to the National Sleep Foundation, a newborn should be sleeping 14-18 hours each day. Babies need significantly more sleep than adults to support their rapid mental and physical development. But as parents, when we’re running on fumes and our newborn just won’t stop crying, it can make things really
When you’re busy being a mother, a postpartum doula is there to “mother the mother.” She cares, assists, supports and educates the mother in the early days of bringing the baby home. She also supports the whole family by smoothing the transition of having a newborn added to the family.
Many women experience difficulties with latching, milk production, painful feedings, concerns about the amount of milk the baby is consuming, and the baby weight gain. Breastfeeding consultants are either registered nurses or certified breastfeeding consultants who help mothers through their breastfeeding challenges. Breastfeeding Consultants respect and work with the parents
Doulas are non-medical care providers who support the family during delivery emotionally and physically. They may be professionally trained and experienced in assisting and supporting expected parents through their pregnancy. The assistance of a birth doula provides mothers with a more fulfilling and memorable pregnant experience. Doulas empower expected parents