Disparities Facing Black Disabled Mom’s.

Black disabled mothers are all too often erased from motherhood. Worse, their parental rights and…

What You Need To Know about Black Maternal Mortality.

Overall pregnancy related mortality in the United States occurs at an average rate of 17.2 deaths per 100,000 live births. However, that number jumps to 43.5/100,000 for Black women…

What Happened to my Organs?! What no one tells you about carrying a child.

The human body is truly amazing. A lot will happen to your body throughout pregnancy. Over the stretch of 40 weeks, your heart pumps harder. Your Breasts also get bigger, and your organs are squashed as your body makes room to carry your baby. This means more than just a baby bump; your entire anatomy has to make room.

Bringing Baby Home. A guide into how to best prepare for your newborn.

Whether your baby comes home from the hospital right away, arrives later (perhaps after a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit), or comes through an adoption agency, the homecoming of your little one is a major event you’ve probably often imagined. A little planning up front can help smooth the transition and calm the nerves of anxious parents.