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It has long been theorized that with enough Vitamin D supplementation for a breastfeeding mother, the amount needed for babies would pass through the mother’s milk. Now this theory is confirmed, via a double-blind randomized controlled trial, which ran from 2006 to 2014, and was published in 2015. Considering this information is incredibly new to the pediatric world, you may not hear about this from your pediatrician just yet, because
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You’re expecting, and you’ve read the books you want to read, you’ve attended the childbirth classes, and had the conversations with your care provider about your birth. You’ve registered, baby showered, shopped, and painted. Maybe you’ve even hired your birth and/or postpartum doula! The point is, you are ready. Wait. What about the baby part? Psychologically speaking you weren’t ready to learn about baby care until now! Until 36/37 weeks
**NEW SERVICE** Gillian Foreman wishes to use her vast experience as a birth doula, perinatal educator, and lactation specialist to help you achieve the best outcome possible! Therefore Modern Breastfeeding + Education is offering a new type of service: a Private Birth Consultation. This is ideal for families / couples who: are expecting twins, or more, and want to know about questions to ask care providers, normal protocols for multiples births, and more
This Week of Giveaways, August 1-7, 2016, is Over! Scroll down to see the AH-mazing things people won, and subscribe to the newsletter to be a part of the next one! Welcome to the new Modern Breastfeeding + Education! This new site is a way to get easy access to prenatal education classes, in person individualized lactation support, and community resources such as our All Moms postpartum group series. But first,