Resources

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Websites

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Harmony's
Family 
Cooperative

Denver’s only Women’s Health Cooperative specializing in women-centered health, pre and postnatal pain, rehabilitation, fitness, new & growing family services and education. Night Nannies for Newborns is working with Harmony's Family Cooperative to offer prenatal classes and massage.  Specialties include Therapeutic Massage, Birth Doula, and Parent Education for Childbirth. Learn more.

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Thrive Couple &
Family Counseling
Services

Having a new baby can upend your life. Reconnect and renew your most important relationships with counseling services. Thrive works with families, kids and teens to feel better, get along, and decrease anxiety and depression. Work on identifying your challenges and find a way to better communicate your needs. Learn more.
 

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Sweet
Beginnings

Sweet Beginnings has been serving the Denver metro area since 2007. Their mission is to provide growing families with breastfeeding support and hospital grade pump rental, resources and referrals you may find useful, and a supportive village of families and professionals. Learn more.

 

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CAPPA
(Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association)

An international certification organization for Doulas, Childbirth Educators, and Lactation Educators. Founded in 1998 as a comprehensive perinatal organizations. CAPPA is respected for its longevity and its commitment to excellence in both education and unsurpassed student and member support. Learn more.

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Rocky Mountain
Doula
Educators

If you are interested in becoming a Professional Doula, Rocky Mountain Doula Educators runs doula training workshops. Learn about the training process and what is required to become a trained professional. Learn more.  

 

Recommended 

Reading

Breastfeeding

  • Huggins. The Nursing Mother Companion.

  • La Leches League International. The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding.

Multiples
  • Agnew, Klein and Ganon. Twins! Pregnancy, Birth and The First Year of Life.

  • Clegg, Averil and Woolwitt, Anne. Twins: From Conception to Five Years.

  • Gromada, Karen Kerhoff. Mothering Multiples.

  • Luke, Barbara, M.D. When You're Expecting Twins, Triplets or Quads.

  • Novotny, Pamela Patrick. The Joy of Twins and other multiple births.

Parenting
  • Curtis, Glade B., M.D., M.P.H. and Schuler, Judith, M.S. Your Baby's First Year Week by Week.

 

  • Ezzo, Gary, M.A. and Bucknam, Robert, M.D. Babywise.

 

  • Karp, Harvey, M.D. The Happiest Baby on the Block.

 

  • Kitzinger, Sheila. The Complete Book of Pregnancy and Childbirth.

 

  • Placksin, Sally. Mothering the New Mother.

 

  • Sears, William, M.D. and Sears, Martha, R.N. The Baby Book: Everything You Need to Know About Your Baby From Birth to Age Two.

 

  • Simpkin, Whalley and Keppler. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn. The Complete Guide.

 

  • Weissbluth, Marc, M.D. Your Fussy Baby.

Sleep
  • Hogg, Tracy. Secrets of the Baby Whisperer.

 

  • Mindell, Jodi A., Ph.D. Sleeping Through the Night.

 

  • Pantley, Elizabeth. The No Cry Sleep Solution.

 

  • Sears, William, M.D. and Sears, Martha, R.N. How to Get Your Baby to Sleep.

 

  • Weissbluth, Marc, M.D. Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child.

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