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A Tip On How To Keep Your Baby Safe While Sleeping

YOU’VE BROUGHT HOME YOUR BUNDLE OF JOY AND NOW YOU’LL SPEND A LOT OF YOUR PARENTING KEEPING YOUR CHILD SAFE. As parents, especially new parents, you are constantly bombarded by new potential fears. Am I feeding my baby enough? Is s/he getting the right kind of...

Postpartum Care Essentials

New moms, let's talk postpartum care essentials When you’re pregnant it’s really easy to think about all the cute and necessary baby things, but what about you? Have you considered what might be helpful to have on hand as you heal after birth? Let’s be real… probably...
Even From A Distance, We Got You

Even From A Distance, We Got You

You've seen the news and you're concerned We understand that many parents are concerned with going outside their house for non-essentials and meeting people due to COVID-19, also known as the...

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Are Childbirth Education Courses Covered By Insurance?

Are Childbirth Education Courses Covered By Insurance?

Currently we provide free information through our blog, learning channel and resource page. However as we get ready to launch Parentpiphany Platform Membership we’re including access to three comprehensive courses: Hello Pregnancy, Hello Postpartum and Hello...

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Childbirth Education Is Important And I’ll Tell You Why

Childbirth Education Is Important And I’ll Tell You Why

Here’s the thing that you may or may not know, there are maternal health and childbirth discrepancies that currently exist in the US system (this is a fact). Team Parentpiphany believes that every family deserves the best resources for their family and that simply is...

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Parenting Black & Brown Children Recap and Replay

Parenting Black & Brown Children Recap and Replay

Recap: This past weekend I joined 5 incredible women as we discussed parenting Black and Brown children in the United States.  To say 2020 has been challenging is probably the understatement of the year. So my sister, Kwamara Thompson, Founder of TEC brought a group...

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Reasons Why I Love Tea

Reasons Why I Love Tea

One of the really nice things about writing is that it allows you to reflect. Typically my writing starts from a prompt; a prompt from a Facebook post, news article or book I’ve read. Perhaps it’s because people aren’t traveling to the office as much butI was thinking...

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Chiropractic Care: Pregnancy

Chiropractic Care: Pregnancy

Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy From the moment you conceive, the birthing person’s body is influencing the growth of the baby. While prenatal vitamins and a healthy diet are extremely important during this time, the birthing person’s structural make-up from the...

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Let’s Talk Mattresses: What You Need to Know

Let’s Talk Mattresses: What You Need to Know

First things first; good sleep is essential for the healthy development of our kiddos.  Newborns and infants especially need a lot of rest. The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) recommends that newborns spend between 14 and 17 hours sleeping every day; but due to their...

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Maybe Monday’s Aren’t So Bad

Maybe Monday’s Aren’t So Bad

Like many of you I used to dread Monday’s. The weekend always felt like it went by too fast. Monday’s often felt long and drawn out; I also noticed I was more exhausted and frankly uninspired on Monday’s. I would desperately want the day to be over. But now I look...

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Transforming Your Hospital Room

Transforming Your Hospital Room

You’re heading to the hospital or birth center to welcome your baby into the world -- congratulations! Hospital rooms can feel especially sterile so let’s create a calm and relaxing environment for you and your baby! We’ll cover the senses. Sight :: Hospital rooms...

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Financial Literacy For Young Children Webinar Recap and Replay

Financial Literacy For Young Children Webinar Recap and Replay

More than ever before it is imperative that toady’s parents help their children avoid insecurity, stress, and debt-ridden futures that are a result of bad money habits and attitudes. Anthony and I believe it’s important that we help our children build their money,...

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