BabypaloozaU

BabypaloozaU is the educational component to Babypalooza. It’s where parents can learn about child safety, early development,  financial preparedness, pre and postnatal health and more.

You just welcomed your new bundle of joy and maybe now you’re wondering when, or how, to get back into exercise. As a postnatal exercise specialist, I’d like to share a few early postpartum exercise tips. Be Patient Your body just created a perfect human being and may also be providing food for that human....
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During pregnancy, it can be quite challenging to take care of yourself. With all the symptoms raging and not much relief in sight, it’s hard not to get discouraged. Nausea, heartburn, mood swings, dietary needs, body aches and pains, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and baby prep can be really overwhelming.  This of course in addition to...
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I meet a lot of interesting people and a few have turned into outstanding personal and professional relationships. Meghan is one of those and another is the newest addition to the Mom Trust, Madison Cleckler. When I first met Madison, it was like we were speaking the same language. We practically finished each other’s sentences,...
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Cloth diapering isn’t as intimidating as it may seem. I was a cloth diaper mom when there wasn’t an option to use disposables. We used big safety pins and rubber pants. Those days are gone. Bulky terry squares have been replaced by lightweight all-in-one designer diapers, so gorgeous that if you go on Pinterest, you...
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A study in 2003 showed that baby teeth are a rich source of stem cells, which are like protocells that can be grown into multiple kinds of cells if needed. That means that if later in life, a child needs replacement tissue for whatever reason, the stem cells from their baby teeth can be used to grow the needed tissue
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We all look forward to rest and relaxation after a long day. With a little more intention, we can find deep physical release while also sharing quality time with a loved one — something that we might take for granted when it comes to parceling out our precious time at the end of the day....
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The number one breastfeeding concern I hear from new mothers is “how do I increase my supply?” Simply put most mommas make the perfect amount of milk for their baby.
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Aside from being a natural place we carry emotional tension, our neck and shoulders literally bear the weight of parenting. Caring our children, feeding our babies, and toting around car seats, diaper bags, sporting equipment and more can leave her upper body in one tight, neglected mess! Here are a couple of yoga poses to...
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If introducing solids into your baby’s diet has you panicking, this post is for you. We all know that family meals are good for the whole family. They allow us to come together and discuss our days, unplug from technology, and encourage the kids to develop healthy eating habits. But the thought of having to feed your...
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When it comes to the issue of child care, there are many sides: parents should remain home and raise their children until school entry; parents should work to afford child care; not my problem – I don’t have children. Whichever position is yours, the children are the ones who stand the most to gain or...
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