Babies & Movement (Part 1), Podcast Ep. 51

Episode 51: Babies and Movement, Part 1 Katy discusses baby biomechanics! Did you know that load and frequency affect the stages of development—like how babies from more primitive hunter/gather-type populations develop differently than our modern-lifestyle babies? We‘ll also talk about baby wearing and baby carrying, and how this affects both the parent AND the baby. Listen to this podcast Access all previous podcasts via your podcast provider of choice (Stitcher, iTunes, Libsyn,…

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Naturally Strong Baby

If you’re interested in reading more on ideas presented in the article below, I suggest reading Movement Matters. If you’d like movement instruction via video, start with Daily Movement Multivitamin. It’s not often that I rant. At least out side of my head, anyway. Today, two things have inspired this blog. First is that blog list I’m working off of, which says “Write a Negative Post.” I’m not sure what that means,…

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ABCs, Baby Version

A baby was born.  And then no one slept for one hundred years. What is up with that?? Breastfeeding. I love everything about it except for the sore neck and shoulders. After a fatiguing birthing session, being thrown into the new-mom Olympics of hoisting and lifting and schlepping leaves the shoulder girdle needing  some restoration. Try this Floor Angels stretch to open a tight chest and biceps. You can even put your…

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A Baby Story and Giveaway Results!

Sorry to be gone for so long, peeps. I was busy, you know, having a baby. I am clearly not one of those bloggers who can post while in labor and take pictures of my placenta and put it on Face Book within an hour of delivery. Sorry. P.S. The placenta is totally bitchin’ though, so if you do have a Face Book account, troll around for someone’s placenta pics. Placentas=Cool. Here’s…

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