just had the privilege of attending our first “First Birthday Party”
for one of the babies that was born to students from our first Bradley
Method® class series. She was also the first baby born in our career as Bradley Method®
instructors - it was so fun to be part of the festivities!
we were there, one of the other moms from their class mentioned that
they were already trying for baby number two. Which prompted Bruss to
suggest that I write a post about things to consider when you are adding
to your family.
, Birth place options
, The Bradley Method®
, Midwifery Care
, Chiropractic Care
, Breastfeeding support
, Information Center
, The Bradley Method® classes
, Placenta Encapsulation
, Nursing and Maternity Bras
, Hospital Birth
, Support Groups
, Planning for Baby
Pregnancy Information Desk: Maternity and Nursing Bras
One of our students asked if she should buy a nursing bra
while she was still pregnant. Here
are some thoughts on why it’s something to consider investing in now:
will probably want a clean bra to put on after your baby is born, so
buying one that you can nurse in makes sense.
will probably not want to be doing laundry as soon as you get home, so
having a clean bra waiting for you at home is a good idea.
may want to get used to it before baby comes – how it feels, how it fits
and how it works are a good thing to figure out before the baby