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Birth Made Simple [Online Course]

By the end of this Course, you will be prepared for the birth of your baby and understand your choices during labor. 

What You'll Get

Included Videos (each about 5-7 minutes in length!)

  • Introduction to Course Series
  • Introduction to Birth Course
  • True vs False Labor
  • Rupture of Membranes
  • Spontaneous Labor vs. Induction of Labor
  • Vaginal Exams & Dilation
  • How am I going to deal with Labor pain?
  • Will I know when its time to push?
  • Common Medications during Labor
  • Cesarean Sections
  • How to know my baby is doing OK during labor
  • Complications during Labor
  • Labor stage 4 (Recovery)
  • Vaginal Lacerations and Postpartum Care
  • Fresh 48
  • Conclusion

BONUS Videos:

  • What you need to know: Augmentation, Induction of Labor, Pitocin, Risks, Artificial Rupture of Membrane (AROM)
  • How to manage hospital visitors

Included Downloads & Templates

  • Identifying True vs. False labor
  • Positions for Pushing 
  • How to Calculate Bishop Score
  • Birth Plan Template 
  • Hospital Bag Essentials
  • Breastfeeding Supplies Essentials
  • Postpartum Supplies
  • Postpartum Plan


Course Description

What do you need to know about Birth? It’s a great question.

Some people will want to know everything there is to know!

Some people think, “ignorance is bliss,” right?

Truth? It depends on you! However, I will tell you this: Being educated about what to expect related to Birth will help you during the birth process.

I’m not saying you need to know all the details about the plan of care that goes into managing your labor and delivery. I’m saying, you want to be educated enough to know the questions to ask before, during, and after birth.

If you’re planning for an unmedicated birth, being educated about the birth process will help decrease your anxiety and in return, increase your pain threshold.

If you’re planning to be induced and have an epidural, being educated and informed about your options will help you make the best decision for your family. And it’ll help you feel good about the decisions you made, even if things don’t go according to plan.

If you’re having a c-section, knowing about the process and what to expect will help decrease your anxiety. A lot of the time before birth, parents don’t think about the immediate postpartum period and what it actually looks like for both mom and baby.

Knowing what to expect helps shift expectations and helps with your transition into parenthood.

The Birth Made Simple course allows you to learn as much, or as little, as you want, about birth. Pick the topics you’re interested in, and skip the ones you’re not. 


Babies Made Simple [Online Course]

By the end of this Course, you will have the confidence needed to properly care for your newborn through their 1st year and manage to get that much-needed sleep. 

What You'll Get

Included Videos (each about 5-7 minutes in length!)

  • Introduction to Course Series
  • Introduction to Babies Course
  • The Newborn Period (First 28 Days)
  • General Care, Jaundice, and Signs & Symptoms of Concern
  • Feeding & Duration of Feeds 0 to 3 Months
  • Routine and Sleep weeks 0 to 3 months
  • Why should I get my baby on a schedule?
  • Feeding in Months 4 to 12 (The Basics)
  • Sleep for Months 4 to 12
  • Sleep Props (Paci’s and Rocking)
  • Breaking Down the Schedule
  • Sleep Challenges
  • Paced Bottle Feeding, Burping, & Infant Volume Needs
  • Feeding Concerns and Reflux
  • Starting Solids
  • My Hope for You

BONUS Videos:

  • The 5 S’s for Soothing babies
  • Sleep Cycles & How it Relates to Feeding
  • Paced Bottle Feeding and Burping Demo
  • Baby Wrap Demo
  • Swaddle Techniques and Sleep Sack Recommendations

Included Downloads & Templates

  • 2-6 Weeks Schedule
  • 6 Weeks-3 Months Schedule
  • 4-6 Months Schedule
  • 7-12 Months Schedule
  • 12-18 Months Schedule
  • Infant Volume Needs
  • Suggested Infant Supplies
  • Sleep Requirements for Infants by Age
Course Description

Your baby’s needs aren’t the same as my baby’s needs.

Baby’s are unique. Being “in tune” with your baby’s needs and feeling confident in your ability to figure out what your non-verbal little one needs, can be complicated when you don’t understand the “Why” behind recommendations.

The Babies Made Simple course includes: feeding on cue (whether breast or bottle), following a routine, limiting wake windows, structuring naps, hitting “reset” when your baby gets overstimulated, how to soothe your baby, how to extend nighttime sleep, and when to start solids.

Maybe you’ve been given recommendations for doing all these things.

Maybe a well-meaning friend shared a “schedule” with you to get your baby to sleep through the night.

I get it, believe me. Sleep and routine are a high priority in my house! What I’ve found to be true is you need to know the “why” and “know-how” to make these tips “stick”. Because babies go through growth spurts and developmental leaps, teething, illness, you go on vacations. You can’t live your life trapped by your baby’s “schedule”. And you need to have the “know-how” to not have to refer to your book, app, or manual every time something throws your baby “off schedule”.

In the Babies Made Simple course, you’ll get the “know-how” and you’ll feel confident in your ability to parent your baby (and have a routine that gets you the extended nighttime sleep you desire!).



Breastfeeding Made Simple [Online Course]

By the end of this Course, you will be able to initiate breastfeeding, instill healthy habits, and troubleshoot hiccups along the way.

What You'll Get

Included Videos (each about 5-7 minutes in length!)

  • Introduction to Course Series
  • Introduction to Breastfeeding Course
  • Initiating Breastfeeding
  • Feeding on Cue
  • Breastfeeding at Birth
  • When does my milk come in and what’s in breastmilk?
  • Engorgement, Mastitis, Nipple Trauma, and Tongue Ties
  • Is my baby getting enough?
  • Cluster Feeding
  • Feeding Difficulties
  • Supplementing, Bottles, and Paci’s
  • Pumping
  • Biting
  • Sleep Regression and Weaning
  • Nutrition, Medications, Alcohol, and Caffeine
  • You can do this!

BONUS Videos:

  • Breastfeeding Positions
  • Newborn Stomach Size Visuals
  • Finding the Right Lactation Consultant
  • Supplemental Feeding Techniques (cup, finger, syringe)
  • HaaKaa, Pump Parts, Bottles

Included Downloads & Templates:

  • Breastfeeding Supplies Essentials
  • Volume Intake for Babies 0 to 12 months & by Weight 
  • Expressed Breast Milk (Storage and Usage guide) 
  • Positions for Breastfeeding 
  • Nipple and Breast care for Complications (engorgement, cracked nipples, clogged ducts, painful latch and mastitis) 
  • Breast Pumping Log 
  • Breastfeeding & Pumping Plan for Supplementing Babies During Initiation Stage (first 2 weeks) 
Course Description

You’ve either been told “breastfeeding is natural, don’t worry” or maybe you’ve been told “breastfeeding is so hard, I don’t know how women do it.”

Truth. Breastfeeding is natural, but it isn’t easy.

Do you know what I’ve shared with friends who were starting their breastfeeding journey? Take a class, find a lactation consultant who empowers you, and give yourself grace!

Breastfeeding is a journey. In the beginning it can be difficult. And sometimes it works for mama and baby, and sometimes it doesn’t, and that’s okay! Don’t let it be a stressor that steals your JOY!

Be educated. It’s important to know about what to expect during the initiation, building, and maintenance phase of breastfeeding.

It’s important to know about complications that can come up and options for supplementing.

If you’re planning on pumping at any point, it’s important to be educated about pumping techniques and supplies.

Having an over-supply can be as difficult as having an under-supply.

Mom’s health history can affect the breastfeeding dyad.

Returning to work after maternity leave can be really stressful, and worrying when to pump, offer bottles, storage, cleaning, and everything related can add even more stress.

What if your plan is to breastfeed AND offer bottles of expressed breastmilk or formula. That is OK! 

I often hear mothers say, “I want to breastfeed, but I want my baby to sleep through the night.” Hear this: You can breastfeed AND have your baby sleep through the night. Understanding how breastfeeding and “schedules” relate to each other is really important for getting your baby to extend his nighttime sleep.

When is the right time to wean, and what does the process look like? It doesn’t have to be stressful.

All of these topics and questions are covered and answered in my course, Breastfeeding Made Simple.

Breastfeeding is a journey. And it’s a journey that should be enjoyable and mutually beneficial for YOU and your baby. 

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Are you preparing for childbirth, plan on breastfeeding, and want to stop googling questions at night about your upcoming newborn? Buy all three courses and save. Need more targeted support? Bundle 3 courses and schedule a consultation!


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