Here at Frenshe, we’re here to dive into a variety of different topics, all based on the interests of our community. If you’re just joining us, we’d like to welcome you to explore some stories we’ve already published, and if you’ve been here for a while, we invite you to check them out anyway! This week, we’re sharing some posts where we’ve covered motherhood. Whether you’re a new mom or have been in the game for a while, these are worth the read. Enjoy!
Prioritizing your health as a new mom is just as important as caring for your baby. We share eight essential tips for staying at your healthiest after giving birth.
Ashley’s doula, Lori Bregman, dishes on how moms can prepare their delivery room for an even better experience. From salt lamps to pillow sprays and everything in between, here’s what you need for the best delivery room ambiance.
No one ever wants to talk about the ‘fourth trimester.’ Women’s bodies go into complete shock mode after giving birth, thanks to hormones and the nature of being pregnant. Ashley’s doula shares how to make the transition smoother.
Again, maintaining your health after birth is of the utmost importance. Seriously, we can’t stress it enough. Here, we share some essential nutrients that new moms should add to their daily health regime.
Acid reflux is super common after giving birth. But, why? Dr. Sherry Ross explains why it happens, how to treat it, and how to prevent it in the future.
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