Natural Methods for Pain Relief

31-32 weeks pregnant, Childbirth
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Yoga ball, magic bag, birthing chair, bath, etc. Many tools and methods to soothe pain are available during childbirth. Marie and her colleague Mathilde Roy-Boisclair explain different natural and alternative options.

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Breaking Your Water

Breaking Your Water

One of a pregnant woman’s greatest fears is breaking their water in public. It can happen, but breaking your water
Baby's Sleep

Baby’s Sleep

Marie welcomes Evelyne Martello to talk about baby sleep from birth to one year of age. Together, they answer questions
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Clearing the Airways

How to know if your baby is at risk of choking or suffocating? What should you do if your baby
Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga

Doing yoga during pregnancy is both possible and a great idea. In addition to soothing discomfort during pregnancy and feeling

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Can you talk about RESPs for my child’s future education?

Can you talk about RESPs for my child’s future education?

Marie, I heard that we can save money a bit at a time to pay for our baby’s education. I don’t know anything about RESPs.
Short tongue frenelum: to cut or not to cut

Short tongue frenelum: to cut or not to cut

Some newborns born with a tongue frenulum (a band of tissue just under the tongue) that is too short. They can’t stick out their tongue
You’ve grown from a baby to a little boy.

You’ve grown from a baby to a little boy.

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BIRTH PLAN

BIRTH PLAN

You can print and fill out the birth plan that I prepared as a PDF (in french). When we talk about a birth plan, or

Natural Methods for Pain Relief

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