37 week baby born

Learn about the unique journey of a baby born at 37 weeks and discover tips for a smooth transition into parenthood. Prepare for the arrival of your little one with helpful information and resources.
I remember being pregnant with my first baby, my daughter, and thinking about what "real labor" would feel like. I Googled everything I could possibly think of until all the search results were all purple. How does real labor feel like? How to know if I’m in real labor? Real labor symptoms. I had out-googled Google. Breastfeeding, Labor Symptoms, Postpartum Depression, Pumping Moms, Breast Milk, Childbirth, How To Know, Pregnant Mom, First Time Moms

I remember being pregnant with my first baby, my daughter, and thinking about what "real labor" would feel like. I Googled everything I could possibly think of until all the search results were all purple. How does real labor feel like? How to know if I’m in real labor? Real labor symptoms. I had out-googled Google.

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Serena Kerbs on Instagram: "How was your breastfeeding journey with twins?  Some people assume my breastfeeding journey was easy, but it wasn’t. My twins were born at 37 weeks and I couldn’t breastfeed them exclusively until they were about 9 weeks. During that time, I was exclusively pumping every 2 hours and bottle fed them with my breastmilk. I wanted to make sure we were still working toward breastfeeding so I reached out for help. My lactation consultant recommended that I breastfeed each baby one at a time for about 8-10 minutes a day building their skills up (when they were newborns).   They weren’t getting much milk from my breast because Blakely was too small and weak to latch (low birth weight) and Janine always fell asleep.   This was a great time for skin to skin. They got to p People, Breastfeeding, Instagram, How To Breastfeed Newborns, Breastfeeding Latch, Feeding Twins, How To Breastfeed, Breastfeeding Twins, Breastfeeding Tips

Serena Kerbs on Instagram: "How was your breastfeeding journey with twins? Some people assume my breastfeeding journey was easy, but it wasn’t. My twins were born at 37 weeks and I couldn’t breastfeed them exclusively until they were about 9 weeks. During that time, I was exclusively pumping every 2 hours and bottle fed them with my breastmilk. I wanted to make sure we were still working toward breastfeeding so I reached out for help. My lactation consultant recommended that I breastfeed…

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