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Your cervix in pregnancy does the important job of staying closed and holding the weight of your baby, placenta and keeping amniotic fluid in. It is long, closed, firm, high, and pointing posteriorly (towards your tailbone).

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I was a bit nervous going into labor, but I can honestly say having Sarah by our side on the day put us at complete ease. She was right there to support us when we needed, but also allowed us the space to have our moments as a family.

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While Braxton Hicks contractions can be annoying, they are also thought to be beneficial.

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Pregnancy is such an exciting time and wonderful journey. As a chiropractor, it is a privilege to help parents-to-be with all of their pregnancy aches and pains. One of the most exhilarating parts is when the baby is finally on their way and the labour process is starting! 3rd Trimester Changes In the last few […]

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Carol Anne and Sarah were incredible supports throughout my entire pregnancy. They were always a phone call/text away whenever I needed to talk, ask questions about procedures or just vent about some of my worries. Beyond support they provided me with evidence based research, information and helped me think through some of my pregnancy/postpartum choices.  […]

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Why would your healthcare provider want to rupture your membranes? AROM is a very polarizing topic. Where does this leave you in making a decision around AROM?

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Both Carol Anne and Sarah shared more knowledge and inside tricks prior to my birth than anything Pinterest blog or google search could teach me. We really cannot stress it enough, everything this team brings to the table is beyond measure.

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What you need to know about the umbilical cord after your baby is born. In those first crucial minutes immediately after the birth of your baby something important is happening…

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I always knew I would choose to have doulas as part of my support team during my pregnancy – then COVID-19 happened.

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If you google introducing solids you might come across baby led weaning (BLW). BLW is an approach that skips purees and spoon feeding altogether and encourages baby to eat whole pieces of food starting at 6 months.

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