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Welcome to the blog, here you will find a lot of information about birth, pregnancy, fertility, real stories, days we commemorate, among many other topics. If any of them you feel important to share, please feel free to tag us as @bebomiainc or #LearnWithBeboMia.

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Infant and Family Sleep – Specialist vs. Professional: What is the Difference?

Jun 1, 2022
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Infant and Family Sleep – Specialist vs. Professional: What is the Difference? Infant sleep is a huge concern for most parents, and if you work with babies and young children, either as a doula or another type of health professional, you can probably testify that there are a lot of questions surrounding this topic.  Questions…

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all the things I didn’t know about money

May 29, 2022
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Written by Meg Kant all the things I didn’t know about money  In October of 2021 I decided I was going to look into learning more about money, and how to save, invest and eliminate debt. I did not feel financially competent and I wanted to remedy that situation. The ‘algorithm’ must have picked up…

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What They Aren’t Telling You About Bedsharing

May 25, 2022
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  What They Aren’t Telling You About Bedsharing It has only been for the past 100 years or so that parenting culture in the west – especially Canada, The United States, The United Kingdom and Australia – has been heavily influenced to expect babies to sleep independently. Caregivers expect babies to sleep in their own…

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feeling discouraged after watching ‘Our Father’ on Netflix

May 21, 2022
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Written by Meg Kant feeling discouraged after watching ‘Our Father’ on Netflix  Earlier this week I watched the Netflix Documentary ‘Our Father’. It shares the true story of Dr. Donald Cline, a fertility doctor, who used his own sperm to impregnate 94 of his clients without their consent.  Our team had so many thoughts on…

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Violated and Grateful, Lessons from ‘Our Father’ on Netflix

May 19, 2022
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Written by Bianca Sprague + Meg Kant Violated and Grateful, Lessons from ‘Our Father’ on Netflix: The horrifying documentary showing the undeniable truth that the world hates women Note on language: for the purposes of this article we will be using the term women/woman, however we want to acknowledge that not all people who have…

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the grief of no longer living in a thin body

May 15, 2022
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Written by Meg Kant the grief of no longer living in a thin body  For some background information on my experience with an eating disorder, please take a quick review of this blog.  Up until the 10th grade I lived in a body that was much bigger than my peers and it brought me an…

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How Our Rage Can Change the World

May 11, 2022
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Written by Amy C. Willis How Our Rage Can Change the World     Anger can be tremendously powerful for those who identify as women but only if we are aware that we’re experiencing it and are interested in cultivating our capacity to harness it.  This can be a challenge in and of itself for…

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not everyone knows what you know

May 8, 2022
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Written by Meg Kant not everyone knows what you know Sometimes when I am talking to people out and about in the world I forget that all the information floating around in my brain isn’t common knowledge. As I am covering certain topics I notice myself not always giving the full debrief of information because…

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expose your cracks and love will fill them

May 1, 2022
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Written by Meg Kant expose your cracks and love will fill them   I was teaching recently and a student used a phrase that I hadn’t heard before: “I reacted systemically to the RhoGAM shot”. I have heard the word systemically of course, but never in reference to a reaction in the body. So I…

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8 Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) Myths we need to bust!

Apr 25, 2022
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  8 Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) Myths we need to bust!   Is well-known to anyone that there are many myths about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) that involve not only false beliefs, but can even confuse people who are going through it. We believe that to debunk these myths the most…

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