****These are my unbiased suggestions. I am not compensated for my reviews, I simply love these products and want to share my experience to hopefully make your life a little easier.*** 

For Pregnancy and Birth

Both of these prenatal supplements are great. They are well balanced, and contain folate instead of synthetic folic acid.

This tincture is a fantastic blend of beneficial Herbs that support the end of pregnancy and help your body prepare for labor, as well as recover after. 

If you're only going to read one book, Ina May's Guide to Childbirth is phenomenal. The nations most well-known midwife guides you through the physiology of childbirth, and how to work with your body and your baby.  

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The Birth Partner is a wonderful resource for your partner or labor support. Written by Penny Simkins, a nationally recognized doula and physical therapist, this book walks you through how to support the birthing person in an uncomplicated way. 

Honey is made up of half gulcose and half fructose, with trace amounts of protein, fat, and fiber, as well as some B vitamins. This is a wonderful source of energy, without making your digestive system work hard while you're working on getting baby out!

Get a birth ball! It doesn't have to be fancy- any excersize ball should work, just make sure it isn't too tall. I like this one because it's thicker and comes with a book that discusses the different, beneficial ways to use it during your pregnancy, labor and postpartum.  

The Squatty Potty! I'm sure you've seen those interesting commercials with unicorns and icecream... right? Well, the science does support the squat! This simple stool can really help support a healthy pelvic floor, and make the feared postpartum bowel movement easier.

After Baby arrives

The second is a Kinderpack, a soft structured carrier that is great for newborns, all the way up to toddlers. I used mine for walks, shopping trips, camping, hiking, sick and teething baby, sleepless baby, back-carry while cooking... this was my favorite baby tool! 

The second is a Kinderpack, a soft structured carrier that is great for newborns, all the way up to toddlers. I used mine for walks, shopping trips, camping, hiking, sick and teething baby, sleepless baby, back-carry while cooking... this was my favorite baby tool! 

The Haakaa is your best friend if you plan to breastfeed! Suction this on to the breast baby is not latched to, and it will capture your letdown so the liquid gold is not lost in a breast pad or soaking into your shirt. 

Calmoseptine is a barrier cream for baby that doesn't disrupt the genitals healthy microbiome. 

This spray is so soothing for your perineum after baby arrives. It's made with Herbs that facilitate healing, as well as reduce discomfort. 

Tel: 801.857.5182

I support births at home, birthing center, and hospitals within Utah County and Salt Lake County.