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Your Newborn’s First Week of Life ❣️

Your Newborn’s First Week of Life ❣️

Newborns spend their first week of life adapting to their new environment. The outside world is very different from the womb, where it’s dim, the temperature is constant, and noise is muffled. You can help your baby get used to the outside world by giving them warmth,...

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SURROGACY

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SURROGACY

Florida is a surrogate-friendly state; this means that a woman looking to be a surrogate or an intended parent seeking to grow their family with a surrogate has the ability to do so right here in Sunshine State! Now more than ever this Taboo topic has really gained...

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Is IVF Right For You?

Is IVF Right For You?

In 1977, the first baby was born via in vitro fertilization (IVF). The revolutionary technology was considered miraculous at the time. The notion of growing an embryo outside of its mother, then implanting it in the uterus to ensure a healthy pregnancy had previously...

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Surrogacy & Same Sex Couples in Florida

Surrogacy & Same Sex Couples in Florida

Same sex couples are legally able to have a child via surrogacy in Florida. First and foremost, Florida Law (Fl. Stat. 742.14) legalizes, governs, and enables gamete donation, making it possible for same sex couples to be recipients of donated gametes (sperm, egg, or...

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Babies RN – Post Care Sponge Bath

Babies RN – Post Care Sponge Bath

A sponge bath is like a regular bath, except you DON’T put your baby in the water. Newborns should only get sponge baths for the first couple of weeks until the stump of the umbilical cord falls off (usually happens by about one or two weeks of age). The purpose of...

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How to bond with your newborn

How to bond with your newborn

Warm, gentle affection makes your newborn feel safe and builds your bond. You can also build your bond through your interactions with your newborn: ✨Regularly touch and cuddle your newborn. From birth, your newborn can feel even the gentlest touch. Try stroking your...

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Baby Tired Cues

Baby Tired Cues

It’s important to look for your baby’s ‘tired signs’. These signs let you know when it’s time to reduce stimulation and start settling your baby for sleep. Newborn babies will probably get tired if they’ve been awake for 1-1½ hours. If your newborn is tired, you might...

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