July 01, 2018 2 min read
Writing a birth plan forced me to learn more about the birthing process so I could give my baby a birth aligned with our family values. I knew I wouldn't be able to talk much during labor, which ended up being totally true, so my birth plan spoke for me.
Here are the guidelines that Joe and I followed:
Mother: name and phone number
Father: name and phone number
Doula: name and phone number
Point of contact for family:
Name and phone:
Estimated due date:
We want our birth to feel natural, serene, fun, and exciting. We want to trust Serenity’s intuition in every moment, and be fully in it together.
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January 04, 2021 4 min read
Introducing solids is a phase that invokes a lot of emotions for parents - excitement, anxiety, and even a little bit of sadness as it comes as a sign that your little one is growing up. This phase also comes with some decisions - when to start, what to offer, and what approach to take.Some families choose to offer purees while others choose a newer approach known as baby-led weaning (BLW), while some do a combination of both that’s called Baby-Led Introduction to Solids (BLISS)! Read to learn more about each method.
December 14, 2020 8 min read 1 Comment
I am 2 years postpartum and still wearing maternity shorts. None of my pre-baby shorts fit, and I just can’t bring myself to spend money on larger pairs. After sharing this struggle on Instagram, I was flooded with so many positive uplifting messages. Here are some of their stories.
December 07, 2020 5 min read
Check out our free, revolutionary ebook by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne (The Paleo Mom) and Serenity Kids co-founder Serenity Carr. Learn the essential nutrients needed for baby's growth, macronutrient ratios, how to make a balanced meal, and more.