Parenting

Tips for Newborn Learning and Development

Tips for Newborn Learning and Development

So, how can you best support your child’s development during these early moments? It’s as simple as play. The most profound learning takes place when they engage in joyful, meaningful, and interactive experiences. Play becomes a child’s laboratory, where they experiment with new ideas and discover the wonders of the world.

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Brood’s Baby & Infant Summer Safety Guide

Brood’s Baby & Infant Summer Safety Guide

Hey there, parents! We’re here to bring some sunshine into your lives with our guide to keeping your newborn safe in the summer heat. Parenting is one wild adventure already, so what you don’t need is a baby that is overheated, or dehydrated.

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When Motherhood & Doula Practices Collide

When Motherhood & Doula Practices Collide

Many people are drawn to becoming doulas after experiencing pregnancy, birth, and postpartum as a parent or birthing person themselves. The care they received, or in some cases, the lack of care, can inspire them to be part of the change they want to see. While it’s not necessary to be a parent to be a great caregiver, these experiences can shape a doula’s approach and bring a unique perspective.

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My weird and wonderful pregnancy

My weird and wonderful pregnancy

This actually happened BEFORE I officially knew I was pregnant, that in a matter of days, my chest grew exponentially. I thought I was either pregnant or finally hitting puberty at age 30. If I was pregnant I had imagined this would happen over time, but it seemed to happen overnight, and was painful! So painful that I couldn’t even sleep on my stomach for a few weeks. The pain is no longer there – but they are still growing – and don’t show signs of slowing down!

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Brood’s Birth Story

Brood’s Birth Story

The name Brood was inspired by visions of a large group of squishy babies, toddlers and kids — sunkissed, muddy and laughing. It’s also inspired by the concept of creatures caring for their own, in order to survive – and thrive. Collectively caring for one another through knowledge sharing and hands-on support while finding joyful moments along the way — that’s the spirit of our Brood. It was co-created by two new parents and a full-spectrum doula who not only saw, but intimately understood how in-person care during pregnancy and early parenthood can positively transform the family AND the care worker.

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