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Pregnancy | Birth | Postpartum

Being a loving and protective parent starts before you give birth. It starts now (like right now) while they’re in utero. And it looks like prioritizing your physical and emotional health; building a community of medical professionals and loved ones to support you throughout your pregnancy and beyond; and preparing for your labor and delivery day and postpartum.

By taking care of yourself, knowing what you want from your birth, and getting the support you need to make it happen, you’re improving your health and your baby’s as well! Let registered nurse and doula Ebony Harvey guide you through this part of your pregnancy journey!

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About Gerber

Gerber Products Company was founded in 1928 in Fremont, Michigan. Gerber joined the Nestlé family on September 1, 2007.

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