Ever wonder about giving or receiving breast milk donations but never asked? I'm here to give some details on what still may seem like a taboo subject! Whether you chose or didn't choose to feed breast milk or formula, fed...

Bloom 2022 Recap

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Bumps and babies galore! On September 18, 2022, Charleston Moms welcomed 70 new and expecting moms to our 7th annual Bloom, an event for new and expecting moms. This afternoon was a truly special celebration with educational resources especially...
Presented by Charleston Moms, Project Alive and Kicking and Roper St. Francis Healthcare. Who :: This event is geared towards Charleston area moms who are currently expecting a baby, had a baby within the last year, foster moms of infants, or moms who are...
Pregnancy is a time of happy anticipation. Now, expecting moms have a new, beautifully renovated state-of-the-art labor and delivery unit and level II nursery at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital to welcome their bundle of joy. This major renovation, the...
A few months ago, I wrote the article "How Did You Know Your Family Was 'Complete'?" With a healthy daughter and son, should I simply be content with our family of four or should I follow my heart and...
*Thank you to contributors Tina Plemmons and Amber Weakley for co-writing this informational article! Have you ever snapped at your partner or cried for no reason and were told you were "just being hormonal?" Hormones unfortunately get blamed for all...
I’ve been fairly healthy my whole life. I exercised often, ate fairly well, never smoked, drank socially. It was quite a shock when I got the call in my first pregnancy that I had failed my one-hour glucose tolerance...
The only time I ever used the word "pandemic" prior to 2020 was when I was studying historical events from long ago in school. Never did I imagine that I'd use the word pandemic to describe my first pregnancy......
When I was pregnant with my first, I decided I wanted to deliver naturally at a birthing center. Not because I was necessarily against drugs during labor, but rather because I felt like the bright, invasive lights and humming...
Do you know what the word “doula” actually means? Doula is Greek in origin and means “A woman that serves.” Today it refers to someone who is trained to provide physical and emotional support to a birthing person throughout...

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Charleston Summer Bucket List (50+ Ideas for Fun with Kids)

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Charleston offers so many fun activities for summer. Here's a list of 50+ ideas to make this summer the best one yet with your...