As we wrap up 2018 and begin our new year, it’s helpful to look back at some of the most popular blog posts from 2018. We hope you find them helpful too!

#1 – Reasons To Choose Or Not To Choose Adoption

Deciding whether to parent or make an adoption plan can be a difficult decision. There are many factors that play into finding the right fit for your situation. Am I financially ready to parent? Will my family & friends support my decision? Does my partner support the idea of adoption? Although it can be overwhelming, take your time to research and weigh all of options.

#2 – Fact or Fiction? Pregnancy Myths Busted

Pregnancy myths float around everywhere: online, word of mouth, in books, etc. It’s important to recognize the facts AND the fiction that exists out there. Here are a few pregnancy myths you’ve probably heard one or twice, and the truth behind them.  

#3 – A Guide To The Best Post-Baby Birth Control Options

It is important to consider whether your original birth control method should be adjusted or should remain the same. Every woman is different, therefore consulting your OBGYN is recommended prior to beginning a birth control again. Luckily, there are plenty of options to choose from that will be safe and effective for your body. Check out the top 5 chosen birth control methods:

#4 – How to Get Better Sleep When Pregnant

During pregnancy there are all sorts of things making us tired. Walking around with a swollen belly and swollen feet to match is one of them. It makes you think how will you ever get sleep before the baby comes. Here are some tips that may help you catch some more Zzzzzzzs.

#5 – What’s WIC? Am I Eligible?

You may have heard about a special supplemental program called WIC, but may not understand exactly what it is or what it does. WIC stands for Women, Infants, & Children. It’s a supplemental food and nutrition program for pregnant women, new moms, and children under 5 years of age. If you’re pregnant and you are working out the details of your finances, this might be something to consider.