Category Archives: Postpartum

6 Key Recommendations You NEED to Know to Reduce the Risk of SIDS

Definitions:SIDS: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is an unexpected death of a seemingly healthy baby younger than one year usually during sleep that cannot be explained. Some researchers think that young babies who develop SIDS have a defect in the part of the brain that drives breathing and arousal from sleep. (1) SUID: Sudden Unexpected Infant […]

Birth Story: Induction + Natural Delivery

My story starts at 36 weeks pregnant.  I had an ultrasound and NST that morning to check up on baby girl because at my 20-week appointment I was diagnosed with marginal placental insertion.  Basically what that means is my cord was inserted off to the side instead of directly in the middle; so it's important [...]

Postpartum Essentials: A Nurse’s Perspective

I can’t tell you how many blog posts I read about post-partum essentials before I had my baby. Even though I am a nursery/postpartum RN, I still felt the overwhelming need to “be-prepared”. I think most new mamas get this way! Now after having a baby of my own, plus taking care of countless mothers […]

WELCOME

Welcome to It’s The Baby Lady! Here you will find expert advice, tips, and personal stories on everything relating to childbirth education. We are passionate about educating mamas so that you can experience empowering births.  We hope that through our courses and online resources you can leave the hospital confident in how to care for […]