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Benefits of Eating Dates for Pregnancy & Birth

Benefits of Eating Dates for Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum

Our Divine Dates are in our Superfoods Snack Bundle! 🤤 Featuring deliciously healthy lactation snacks for moms who have only one hand to curb off hanger.  Perfect to eat during nursing👩🏻‍🍼or when rocking your #newborn to sleep. 😴 Read below about the evidence of dates and the benefits of eating dates for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.

The Evidence of Dates

𝗕𝗲𝗻𝗲𝗳𝗶𝘁𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗱𝗮𝘁𝗲𝘀 for 𝗽𝗿𝗲𝗴𝗻𝗮𝗻𝗰𝘆, birth, 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗽𝗼𝘀𝘁𝗽𝗮𝗿𝘁𝘂𝗺:

1. Nutrition: Dates are a good source of fiber, antioxidants, Vitamin C, B6, magnesium, and potassium. These nutrients aid healthy skin, tissues, and collagen synthesis, which support tissue integrity during birth. Dates provide energy and help constipation, which can be beneficial in the early #postpartum period when women experience fatigue and discomfort during bowel movements.

2. Low glycemic: Dates are considered low glycemic due to their high fiber content, which slows down digestion and absorption of carbs, improving satiety and preventing spikes in #blood #sugar levels after a meal.

3. Labor Preparation: A 2011 Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology study found women who consumed dates in the last 4 weeks of pregnancy had a significantly higher chance of #spontaneous labor. It found those who ate dates had a reduced need for labor augmentation, and a shorter labor (latent phase) compared to the non-date group.

4. Cervical ripening: A 2007 Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology study showed those consuming dates had higher Bishop scores compared to the non-date group, a higher proportion of intact membranes and a lower need for pitocin augmentation. 

5. Shorter Labor Duration: A 2014 #Journal of Midwifery and Reproductive Health #study showed those eating dates during late #pregnancy had a shorter first stage of #labor compared to those who didn’t eat #dates.

6. Softening of tissues: Dates contain natural sugars and enzymes that soften the #cervix and promote tissue elasticity. Softening the cervix may reduce the risk of perineal tearing during #birth. Dates contain compounds that may help stimulate uterine #contractions and facilitate cervical ripening.

#postpartumMeals #postpartumMealDelivery #lactation #nursing #breastfeeding

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5 Things A Pelvic Floor Therapist Wants You to Know

5 Things A Pelvic Floor Therapist Wants You to Know

Whether it’s for pain with sex, bladder or bowel leakage, pain in pregnancy, or postpartum dysfunction, it’s so great that pelvic floor physical therapy (PT) is finally getting some attention, because we all deserve effective treatment options for symptoms related to our bowel, bladder and sexual dysfunction. After all, women, or anybody with vaginal anatomy have put up with just accepting these symptoms for way too long. Fortunately, we have pelvic floor therapists to help.

However, when it comes to pelvic floor PT, we know it may feel like there are a lot of unknowns. For example, it’s common to wonder about the “what” and “where” of your pelvic floor muscles. Are your symptoms going to be brushed under the rug or dismissed by another healthcare provider? Do you have to have an internal vaginal examination? Do you really need pelvic floor PT if you just went to see your gyn? For the concerns that come up time and time again, we want to answer these questions for you in advance — so they don’t become another barrier in getting treatment for your symptoms! 

1. Checking in with your pelvic floor physical therapist is the ideal complement to your annual gynecological exam — ideally everyone should see a pelvic PT at some point in their life.

Regularly checking in with your gynecologist is so important, in fact it can be life saving especially as it relates to the health of your pelvic organs and breast health. But your pelvic floor is often not the primary focus of these annual visits so it can be just as important to check in with your pelvic physical therapist — after all, your pelvic health also relies on healthy muscle function. 

When our pelvic floor muscles aren’t working properly, it is known as pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, and can lead to symptoms such as leakage (stool or urine), pelvic heaviness (pelvic organ prolapse), urinary frequency or urgency, constipation, low back or pelvic pain, and pain with intercourse or sexual dysfunction. 

Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction is common and whether symptoms pop up before pregnancy, during pregnancy, in the postpartum period, or menopause, these symptoms can dramatically impact the quality of your life, and your ability to function within it day in and out. It shouldn’t be something you skip – especially if you’re having symptoms – whether they include pain or not. At Origin, believe in the power of optimal pelvic health, and know that pelvic physical therapy is key to achieving this.

2. We don’t care what your vulva looks like, if you’re on your period or if you forgot to shave! 

We get the question often, so we know that what your vagina looks like or whether you’re bald, hairy or on your period might be top of mind for you when considering pelvic floor PT. It may even be enough to keep you from reaching out – don’t let it! If your symptoms are coming from your pelvic area, there is a good chance that your PT will need to get more info — including a history of your symptoms, whether it’s causing bladder or incontinence issuesyou’re experiencing pain or any discomfort, and possibly an assessment of the tissue health and muscle function in your pelvic area. 

However, our concern and our assessment revolve around your symptoms. We may examine the tissues of your vulva for areas of irritation, injury or scar tissue, or assess the function of your muscles through your vaginal walls, but the size or length of your labias and public hair are not what we are concerned about! Our only concern is improving your pelvic floor muscle function, and minimizing your symptoms. And as a side note, all vulvas are unique and all the different variations of normal are wonderful!

3. We learn about pelvic health by learning on each other — vaginal and anal exams can be a part of the process

After chatting through all of your symptoms and health history, your concerns, questions and goals, our goal is for you to feel a lot more understood and hopeful. If together we decide that a pelvic floor muscle examination is necessary to further explore what could be contributing to your symptoms, we can do this by manually examining the muscles, which are positioned at the bottom of the pelvis, either through the vagina, or the anus. 

You may feel uneasy going into this exam, and we understand. In fact, pelvic physical therapy is a specialized field of physical therapy, which requires extensive training on the anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, examination and treatment of the pelvic floor muscles, bowel, bladder and sexual function. Part of this training requires us to practice examination and treatment on, and be practiced on by, other pelvic health physical therapy students. We understand the intimate and uneasy nature that the idea of exam and treatment can sometimes bring, which is why we will never proceed unless you fully understand, feel fully comfortable with, and fully consent to the exam or treatment. 

4. But… not everyone needs an internal pelvic exam. 

But with all of that said, an internal examination is not always necessary. If after getting to know what is going on it seems like your pelvic floor muscles may be a part of the picture, further examination will be warranted. But your physical therapist examining your muscles directly through your vagina is not the only way that we are able to assess what is going on with your pelvic floor. 

There are other indirect options, and you and your physical therapist will discuss the options that are best (and most comfortable!) for you. These may include teaching you how to do a self internal pelvic floor muscle screen before the next time we see you, it may include placing external biofeedback sensors to get an idea of what your muscles or bladder are doing, or it may even include an assessment of the function of the other abdominal and pelvic muscles such as your deep abdominals or your glutes. Whatever you decide, we are confident that pelvic physical therapy can be the answer to your pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, and we can get you back on the road to recovery soon. 

5. We genuinely care about working with you to help improve your bowel, bladder and sexual dysfunction 

There is a huge disparity when it comes to the healthcare for women and those with vaginal anatomy, and we are not comfortable with this disparity. We won’t dismiss or normalize your pelvic symptoms as is common in healthcare, because we know that if there is not a medical reason to explain your symptoms, there is often pelvic floor muscle dysfunction that is contributing. 

Using safe and effective, evidence-based physical therapy treatment techniques pelvic physical therapy can really make a difference in the lives of those with pelvic floor muscle dysfunction — and there is a proven benefit. Pelvic floor physical therapy can be life-saving, and know that if you reach out for help, you will find yourself wanting to help spread the word!

At Nourish: Birth + Postpartum, all birth doula clients and postpartum doula clients receive referrals to providers such as pelvic floor therapy physical therapists. We want you to receive a comprehensive plan during pregnancy and postpartum to maximize and successfully achieve your long-term goals for comfort, physical wellness, and emotional health! You can view our doula packages to sign up for birth doula or postpartum doula services.

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Ayurvedic Super Food Lactation Snack

Ayurvedic Super Food Lactation Snack has six galactagogues and lactogenic super foods: sweet potatoes, hemp hearts, sesame seeds, cardamom, ginger, and ghee.

Sweet Potato + Hemp Hearts + Sesame Seeds + Pumpkin Seeds + Cardamom + Ginger + Ghee = YUM!!!

Sweet potatoes, a #superFood spud super magically loaded with:

🍠 Beta carotene, iron, and minerals to increase and improve a #newMum’s #breastmilk!

🍠 Magnesium, #protein, and potassium, lowering blood pressure which is usually higher in postpartum due to retained fluids! This radical root decreases water retention and balances electrolytes!

🍠 This galactagogue helps #newMother with muscle contractions and nerve signals needed when her #postpartumBody is going through uterine involution with lochia; her #uterus still cramping, reducing to prepregnancy size!

🍠 Sweet potatoes have a lower glycemic index than yams and are full of Vitamin A and fiber so they don’t cause blood sugar levels to spike! 👍

Heavenly #hempHearts are high in:

🌱 Arginine; #hemp produces nitric oxide in your body, dilating and relaxing blood vessels (so great for #postpartum), leading to lowered blood pressure and reduced heart disease risk!

🌱 2 essential fatty acids: linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3), good for heart health!

🌱 Vitamin A, E and minerals phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron, zinc, and B vitamins: niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin B-6, and folate!

🌱 Gamma-linolenic acid, reducing #inflammation and improving blood circulation for #milkSupply! Much needed for a #motherhood especially when engorged! A #lactogenic food, plus reduces breast tenderness!

🌱 #hempSeeds with shells on are a great source of soluble and insoluble #fiber, improving bowel function, pulling out hormonal & environmental #toxins, improving quality of #milkProduction!

🌱 And they’re a complete source of protein with all 9 essential amino acids + way more protein than flax or chia!

💕 #Sesame seeds, #pumpkin seeds, #ginger, and #cardamom are also #galactagogues helpful for #breastfeeding! 🤱 Hey #newMommy, don’t forget to add #ghee! All these amazing #nutrients will better digest and absorb deeper into your body’s tissues!!


  • 2 medium sweet potatoes
  • 3 Tablespoons ghee
  • 1 teaspoon cardamom
  • 1 inch chopped ginger
  • 2 Tablespoons hemp hearts
  • 1 Tablespoon sesame seeds
  • 1 handful pumpkin seeds


  1. You may chop and boil the sweet potatoes on the stove for 20 minutes to reduce sugar levels, or just roast them wrapped in foil in the oven for about an hour. If you have an Instant Pot, pop them in on a trivet with a cup of water for 25 minutes under high pressure and then do a 10 minute natural release.
  2. Add ghee to a small pan and saute the ginger for a few minutes until the aroma delights you. Be careful not to burn and remove from heat.
  3. Place the sweet potatoes in a food processor for a creamy texture or for a chunkier consistency, mix with a spatula.
  4. Stir in cardamom, and ginger-infused ghee.
  5. Sprinkle the hemp, sesame, and pumpkin seeds on top when serving.
  6. Sweet potatoes are… sweet. If you desire to sweeten further, see below.

Sweeten for your dosha

  • Vatas: add honey at end when cooled
  • Pittas: maple syrup
  • Kaphas: honey, agave, ~2 drops liquid stevia

Prepare for postpartum recovery with Ayurvedic Meal Delivery

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DIY Herbal Padsicles + Perineum Sitz Spray

DIY Herbal Padsicles + Perineum Sitz Spray

Soothe and heal your perineum fast after giving birth with this easy, natural DIY herbal perineum spray and padsicles recipe.  These pads will relieve inflammation, swelling, and soreness after birthing during your first couple weeks postpartum.  The remaining spray will provide much relief after you void/use the restroom.  It’s a 2-in-1!

Ingredients for healing your precious perineum:

Feminine pads (chemical-free sanitary pads which are chlorine-free and scent-free are healthier for this sensitive postpartum time)

Organic Aloe Vera gel (alcohol-free aloe vera, and watch out for imitation with coloring and dyes)

Organic Witch Hazel (choose an alcohol-free Lavender Witch Hazel or alcohol-free Cucumber Witch Hazel or alcohol-free unscented witch hazel version of this astringent which heals skin and closes pores)

Lavender Essential Oil* (antifungal, antimicrobial, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory; relieves swelling of the skin and supports cellular regeneration)

German Chamomile Essential Oil** (anti-inflammatory; wound-healing)

Rosemary Essential Oil* (anti-inflammatory; strengthens muscles, and fights infection)

Frankincense Essential Oil* (prevents scarring and supports tissue regeneration)

Geranium Essential Oil* (skin conditioner; heals broken capillaries)

Small Spray Bottle

Aluminum Foil (optional)

spoon or small spatula

freezer baggies (gallon-size recommended)

medium-sized air-tight container (optional)


  1. Wash hands well and dry thoroughly.
  2. Pour witch hazel halfway into your small spray bottle.
  3. Add 6 drops total of your preferred essential oils.  You may want to start with 2 drops of lavender first, spray an area like your wrist, and test your sensitivity.  Then add another 2 drops of chamomile, shake it and spray to test your other wrist.  Different oils can cause different reactions so you want to make sure you are not sensitive to any particular oil.
  4. Pour in more witch hazel to the top of your bottle.
  5. Close and shake vigorously.
  6. Open aloe vera container.
  7. Open pads, opening the flaps of the outer wrapper but leave the pad attached.
  8. Spread a thin layer of aloe onto the pads using a spoon or small spatula.
  9. Shake the spray bottle again, and spray onto your pads. The pads should be damp but not soaked through; ensure you preserve some of their absorbency for postpartum bleeding.
  10. Fold up your pads and stack them inside freezer bags.  You may be able to fit up to 10 in each bag.
  11. Stack the bags flat inside your air-tight container.
  12. Store container in freezer!
  13. Place peri bottle in the fridge.
  14. When you go into labor, pop your peri bottle into your birth bag.  Shake first and then spray directly onto your perineum after you deliver your beautiful Baby.
  15. After Baby debuts, soothe your perineum by wearing 3-4 pads daily straight from the freezer!  Only take one pad out at a time as needed. You can also spray more onto each individual pad you use if you prefer more moisture.


* Only use pure, GMO-free essential oils. The best quality essential oils are made by DoTerra. Your perineum is a very precious lady part and these perineum membranes are fragile after giving birth. Your body absorbs anything placed on your skin organ directly into your blood and circulatory system. Choose the best for your best perineum.
** Only use German Chamomile, not Roman Chamomile as this version helps with inflammation.

Consider hiring a Postpartum Doula for more support after giving birth.

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Postpartum Essentials

Virtual Tackle the 4th Trimester postpartum products, sitz bath, lactation aids, after birth, perineum, perineal

In the midst of a newborn baby, often the new mother can forget to take care of herself. It’s not really “forgetting”, although Mommy Brain is literally a real thing, it’s more about the new mother prioritizing this tiny human being’s needs and being so exhausted that she just couldn’t get to serving herself. Hiring an Ayurvedic Postpartum Doula can be extremely helpful as the new mother is taught how to carve time out for herself to allow herself physically and emotionally for self-care everyday and learn to incorporate that into the hustle and bustle of being a new parent. Here is a very basic list of postpartum essentials that can help to ease the transition into motherhood.

Perineal Care

This is one of the top postpartum essentials!

Delve into the diverse world of herbal blends crafted for postpartum sitz baths, each offering distinct properties and benefits. Discover how these blends can provide soothing relief and promote healing specifically tailored to address the discomfort of hemorrhoids, enhancing your post-pregnancy care routine with their calming and anti-inflammatory effects.

Make your own sitz bath and perineum spray with my DIY Herbal Perineum Spray Recipe which doubles as my DIY Herbal Perineum Padsicle Recipe: You’ll want to prepare these ahead of time. Freeze them so when you return home, you can heal yourself more quickly. They provide anti-inflammatory relief, which provides pain relief.

Explore various herbal blends available in the market for postpartum sitz baths, each offering unique properties and benefits for enhanced healing and comfort during the postpartum period.

You may also purchase these ready-made Sitz Bath Herbs:

Postpartum Sitz Bath Herbs for new mothers after childbirth

Some postpartum mothers like to use this Sitz Bath Toilet Attachment: a basin you will hover over while having a sitz bath on the potty, which allows for a more concentrated sitz bath due to a smaller amount of water in the basin vs. filling your entire bathtub and using more product. It is also a faster sitz bath this way vs. soaking your entire body. Some mothers love to soak/steam in a semi-to-luke warm bath, even if it’s filled only partially. It’s your special moment and you can do what you want! Doing a sitz bath 2-3 times daily is a postpartum essential you don’t want to miss out on because it will speed your healing.

Herbal Perineum Sprays, Balm, and Spray Bottles:

Euphoric Herbals also sells herbal sitz bath sets.

Easing Elimination

Another top postpartum essential is a Toilet Stool – Our colon has a kink in it that gets pinched when we sit like we void (urinate and/or defecate). This can cause us to have trouble “going” completely, making us strain which can lead to a host of problems like hemorrhoids, increased loss of control down the road, and cancer. When we are in the squatting position, that kink straightens out, allowing us to eliminate with ease and comfort. American toilets are not designed to help us void easily. They actually put us in the wrong position for easy elimination. This is where a toilet stool helps us get in a better position.

Postpartum Hair Care

As your Ayurvedic Postpartum Doula, I teach you a daily self-care routine, also known as dinacharya, which involves abhyanga, or self-massage. This can be done with warm sesame oil all over the body, including the scalp. It is great for promoting circulation on the scalp and an absolutely necessity for stimulating hair growth on the scalp, and also for lymphatic and blood circulation when massaging the breasts to increase breastmilk production. Other products that help postpartum hair thinning include scalp treatments which contain ginger, rosemary, and saw palmetto.

Belly Binding and Belly wrapping

Bellybinding helps to create outer strength while gaining internal strength during the postpartum period. It helps bring the abdominal muscles in, as well as all the organs back into their places. It also aids in balancing hormones. One of our bodily energies is called “vata” which has properties representing a changing state of movement, and represents the qualities of cold and dry, and the element of air. It correlates with the energy that assists Baby to come out, and then when Baby does comes out, there is a vulnerable void/space of vata where Baby once was. Belly wrapping can heal the space, allowing the postpartum woman to feel the benefit from it for the rest of her life. If the space is not healed correctly, after six weeks, it seals anyway and can sort of trap a whole array of ailments such as mental and physical problems that occur when vata is unbalanced. There are many handmade bellywraps sold on Etsy which are quite beautiful. The 9-yard piece of fabric is custom braided and traditionally worn for several days and even weeks during the first long resting period of 1-2 months postpartum or longer. Wearing this and bathing less frequently, a couple times a week or even less is common during this period. Abdominal and pelvic binders are quicker to apply and remove easily using velcro; belly binding uses a braiding technique.

Healing from a Surgical Birth

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Lactation Aids

Soothies Gel Pads or Soothies Pack for nipple protection.

Nursing pillows:

Nursing pads: Bamboobie washable nursing pads, or Bamboobies disposable nursing pads.

Postpartum Heat & Ice Packs: Breast Therapy Packs to heat and ice the breasts when engorged, as well as for stimulating milk let down: when breasts are full and knotty, warm compresses or heated warm packs. Massage deeply and push the knots down with fingers toward the nipple when breastfeeding in a hard, kneading motion. Baby can draw the knot out so do not stop breastfeeding as it will get worse. Allow baby to draw any clogged ducts by her sucking even if painful. Baby can fix it! Then take these ice packs out of the freezer and ice your breasts.

Nipple Creams & Balms: Lanolin Nipple Cream for sore nipples and coating the inside of the breast pump flanges to create a lubricated barrier when pumping breastmilk.

Euphoric Herbals also sells herbal nipple salve.

Nipple Protectors like Nipple Shells allow your nipples to be separated completed from any surface so they can recover from any sensation or having to touch anything. Recommended if nipples are so sore and when it’s impossible for them to be touching anything. If you reach this stage, baby is still starting to develop her mouth and jaw muscles, and is having temporary trouble latching properly until she grows a bit stronger, and you need to guide her to latch on your whole areola and not just the nipple. Using these will give your nipples a break to recover and you can apply nipple cream beforehand, and since there will be a separation from any fabric, the nipple cream won’t be soaked into the fabric. The shells also allow your nipples to air dry. You can rub colostrum onto your nipples, then the balm, and then lanolin to “seal” it in for faster healing, and then put on the shells. Thrush is a yeast infection and it can happen if the nipples are wet and not allowed to breathe, for example, from wearing a sports bra (too constrictive) or not allowing the breasts to air dry after feedings. The shells are the perfect prevention tool if you actually need something to help you to be reminded to air dry them or if you don’t have enough privacy to go topless. They are a great solution if you are already encountering that painful problem.

Lecithin helps prevent plugged ducts

Milkies Milk-Saver: Easy to use, slim and durable – simply slip the Milk-Saver into your bra-cup on the non-nursing side before you breastfeed. The Milk-Saver collects the “liquid gold” that is leaked as your breast milk lets down – no more wasting that milk in a breast pad! Holds 2+ oz of milk. The Milkies On-The-Go version are smaller and more discreet; you can wear them when you’re out of the house to collect milk if you let-down when grocery shopping after hearing a baby cry in the next isle – and this version has vents to allow your nipples to breathe unlike the traditional Milkies Milk-Saver.

The amazing Haakaa Silicone Manual Breastpump: A soft, durable tool, which doubles as a milk-saver! It can be placed and held on your breast hands-free to collect milk let-down as you nurse Baby on opposite breast or while pumping the other breast.

I love these herbal teas for pregnancy and postpartum lactation aids by Euphoric Herbals.

Malunggay, also known as Moringa, has been scientifically proven to increase breast milk supply – by as much as 100%!

UpSpring Lactation Aids are also helpful:

Mother Love Goat’s Rue, Shatvari, Fenugreek, Blessed Thistle, Fennel, and Nettle blends are amazing!

Ground flaxseed is a natural galactagogue and used in smoothies and lactation recipes to build and maintain milk production. Be sure to refrigerate after opening.

Thick, rolled oats are also a galactagogue, aid in milk production, and are in most lactation recipes as well.

Brewer’s Yeast is a magical galactagogue in addition to the two above and is also in many lactation recipes. Nonbitter versions are my favorite to use in my famous lactation smoothies!

These galactagogue protein powders smoothie mixes contain oats, flaxseed, and brewer’s yeast, and some of them have fenugreek as well. They are perfect for smoothies as vegan protein is ideal for mamas avoiding dairy due to baby allergies or sensitivities.

Remember, even though the galactagogues in these products are potent, they take time to work in your system and need to accumulate. Staying hydrated and drinking various teas and smoothies and tonics several times a day can boost your supply faster but if you have the same drink mix or same tea all day you’ll get super bored of the flavor. Mix it up! Buy a few so you’ll actually drink them!

Galactagogue cookies and bars are a great way to get those extra 400-500 calories needed for breastfeeding as well as some enjoyment through eating.

Privacy & Sun Protection

When you’re wearing Baby in a sling or baby carrier, and going out for a walk around their sleepytime with the idea and hope that Baby will fall asleep on you while you’re walking, wear a nursing cover which is already fastened, meaning you’ve already tied it loosely and then just slip it over your head. Choose one that is breathable, made of thin, light fabric so both you and Baby don’t get too hot, but Baby is still covered, and choose a dark color so the sun light isn’t shining through it. Choosing a nursing cover with UPF fabric is ideal as Baby can still get sunburned through fabric – but not if it’s made with UPF sun protection!

Coolibar’s UPF Sun Protective Nursing Covers are lightweight made with UPF 50+ cotton/viscose/bamboo/spandex fabric. Their ZnO SUNTECT technology protects against 98% of UVA and UVB rays and is the highest quality zinc oxide protection. They are super soft against the skin, so Mom and Baby are both cool and comfortable. It is best to get a darker color if you will mostly use it during daylight hours. These can be used three ways: as a nursing shawl, a baby blanket, and a car seat canopy cover. They come in a variety of colors; here are just a few styles.

Coolibar makes UPF Sun Protective Bandanas as well which you can wear around your neck as a scarf. Bandanas with UPF are perfect for super hot days because the fabric is smaller, both shorter and thinner than regular nursing cover dimensions. This is great for just covering your neck and top of Baby’s head while wearing Baby on a super hot day. This means you won’t have a long piece of fabric as you’ll only need to cover your neck area and chest area where Baby’s head and neck will be exposed while Baby is sleeping inside the carrier.

Delve into the diverse world of herbal blends crafted for postpartum sitz baths, each offering distinct properties and benefits. Discover how these blends can provide soothing relief and promote healing specifically tailored to address the discomfort of hemorrhoids, enhancing your post-pregnancy care routine with their calming and anti-inflammatory effects.