Extended breastfeeding happens in our community, too!
Knowing how to hand express milk can help solve your breastfeeding problems.
These common breastfeeding problems don’t have to derail your journey.
On bedrest before lockdown, this first-time mom went in expecting one thing and came out with a beautiful baby and birth story.
With my trying to conceive journey on hold because of coronavirus, Mother’s Day is hitting a little differently this year.
Don’t let coronavirus keep you from capturing this beautiful moment with a maternity photo shoot.
Giving birth during coronavirus can be scary, but these experts have tips on how you can advocate for yourself and have a safe delivery.
Caught between grief and worry, all the pain went away when my daughter was born.
Telling our miscarriage stories is just as important as our birth stories.
You have a birth plan, but what happens after delivery? Ask these amazing birthing professionals at our next event!
Oh baby, baby, baby, baby!
Let’s just say someone has BIG hopes for their son.
“Simply put, I feel empowered,” says actress and Black maternal health advocate Tatyana Ali.
Black women do breastfeed. Here’s where you can find them, online and off.
mater mea and For Your Birth want to help you breastfeed.
“I decided to become a midwife because I think that Black women deserve better.”
Kegels aren’t just for your sex life. This pelvic-floor strengthening exercise can help with a number of postpartum issues.
This is what they wish someone would have told them about being the first friend to get pregnant.
Black women are a high-risk for developing gestational diabetes. But being proactive can help you avoid a diagnosis.
What to expect when you’re surprised to be expecting.
Planning on giving birth outside a hospital or with the help of a doula or midwife? Read on to learn the ins and outs of your choice.
An unexpected change in her birth plan sent this woman on a different life path.
Working with these maternal health experts and advocates can make all the difference.
An unexpected C-section can be upsetting, but you can still have a great birth experience.
Your body isn’t the only thing that needs to recover after your baby’s born.
It’s possible to have a great birth experience in a hospital. You just need a game plan in place before your due date.
Researching birthing options changed the way this woman thinks of birth and wellness.
A Chicago mom discovers having a medicated delivery can still be empowering.
Yes, the pictures were beautiful. But it was the news of her traumatic birth story that hit a nerve with many Black women.
You feel grief, rage, brokenness, fear… and then something close to grace.