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What is infertility?

Infertility is the diagnosis given when a couple is not able to become pregnant despite having carefully timed, unprotected sex for one year. There are more than 200,000 cases of infertility in the United States each year. 

What causes infertility?

The...Read more


Northeast Doulas' 4th Annual No Child Wet Behind 5K and 1 mile fun walk is next month. We are once again hosting the event at FDR park (Lot 4) in Yorktown, New York.

You will begin to notice pink and blue No Child Wet Behind diaper donation boxes popping up throughout ...Read more


There’s no written owner’s manual when it comes to being a parent. 

There are books and resources. 

There is advice from other's experiences. 

There are other moms to bounce ideas off of. 

No matter how many resources we have available to us, we continually come across scenarios in parenting that make us think... 'WHAT THE %$*& DO I DO!?!?'

When confronted with a situation you are unsure of, you try plan A, then plan B, and so on until you find out what works best for you and...Read more


The Easter Bunny, a sweet creature.

A generous creature who brings feelings of joy to your family.

A creature who is not to be confused with his twin brother, THE DREADED YEASTER BUNNY! 

The Yeaster Bunny. A demonic beast. A twisted soul who brings you gifts of inflammation, intense itchiness, and a thick, white discharge.

Yeast infections are relatively common. According to the Mayo Clinic, 3 out of 4 women will experience a yeast infection at one point in their lives.

The cause of a yeast infection? The fungus...Read more


According to the Mayo Clinic,

the "terrible twos" are a normal stage in a toddler's development characterized by mood changes, temper tantrums and use of the word "no." The terrible twos typically occur when toddlers begin to struggle between their reliance on adults and their desire for independence. 

As parents, this is an extremely difficult stage to navigate. 

Let me take you back to 1998, when my precious Tyler Jane was just two years...Read more


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