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  • When to Start Using Stretch Mark Cream During Pregnancy

    When to Start Using Stretch Mark Cream During Pregnancy?

    As we know, stretch mark is the biggest worry to women at the time of pregnancy, but genetics plays a vital role in getting these unsightly stripes on breasts and belly. Stretch mark cream is really helpful to keep your skin soft and moisturized throughout your pregnancy as well as it improves its elasticity. One […]

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  • Metatarsus Adductus

    Metatarsus Adductus

    What’s Metatarsus Adductus? Metatarsus Adductus (Varus) is a foot deformity. The bones in the front half of the foot bend or turn in toward the side of the big toe. Babies are sometimes born with Metatarsus Adductus. Depending on severity, the feet usually straightens out as the baby grows. Very few babies will have corrective measures […]

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  • I Just Want to Birth & Parent My Way

    I Just Want to Birth & Parent My Way

    Sometimes as parents whether it’s your first or fifth child, you wish that people would give you a chance to birth or parent your child as you see fit. You want things this way not because you “have all the answers” but because sometimes parent intuitions is best. However other times because you have so […]

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  • "A Reading for a Hard Day (and for Every Day)"

    “A Reading for a Hard Day (and for Every Day)”

    Today was a hard day, but it reopened my new-mommy eyes. So if you’re a mom, hear me out… For nine months, Esme was held by me, by my stretching skin and aching joints, as close as anyone could (or will) ever be to me: her tiny feet on my heart, her tiny face near […]

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  • Cloth Diapers

    Cloth Diapers

    Think cloth diapers are unrealistic? They’ve changed a lot over the years. Whether you’re looking to save money, have a child with skin sensitivities or just looking to be Eco-Friendly, Destination Baby has got you covered. With so many different cloth diaper options on the market you may be a little confused with which one is […]

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  • An open letter to my daughter in heaven

    An open letter to my daughter in heaven

    Dear Lucy, Happy Feast Day. I wish you were here to celebrate with us. Sometimes, when I visit your grave, I try talking to you. But it’s always been a bit weird. Maybe it’s because your grave isn’t really where you are. Somehow, writing a letter feels more natural to me. I know that you […]

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  • Labor Doula

    Labor Doula

    At Destination Baby, we understand your experience of pregnancy, labor and childbirth matter. This is a special time, and we want to provide you and your family with the best possible experience. We provide an array of packages to cater to all birthing and parenting needs. Destination Baby Birth Doulas: Provide unbiased informational, emotional and […]

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  • Postpartum Support

    Postpartum Support

    Destination Baby offers full time support with infant care, sibling care, breastfeeding support, meal preparation, laundry, home organization, light housekeeping, emotional support,  errand runs and safety tips. Postpartum Doulas provide reassurance and support to help parents feel more confident and comfortable with their babies. By doing all these thing our Doulas help promote time for family and infant bonding […]

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  • Prenatal Massage

    Prenatal Massage

    Massage Therapy During Pregnancy Massage therapy during pregnancy is a wonderful complementary choice for prenatal care. It is a healthy way to reduce stress and promote overall wellness. Massage relieves many of the normal discomforts experienced during pregnancy, such as backaches,stiff neck,leg cramps, headaches and edema ( or swelling). In addition, massage for pregnant women […]

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  • Lactation Consultant

    Lactation Consultant

    Our Lactation Consultant can assist a family in preparing for breastfeeding.  Classes before baby arrives allow parents to receive up to date information and hands on practice. Lactation Consultants also support families through breastfeeding issues including but not limited to: Assessing a past less-than-desired breastfeeding experience Beginning breastfeeding and requiring hands-on help with early attempts […]

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