OBN Graduate Interview: Lauren Skora, Co-founder of Bable
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by Carley Mendes
3M ago
Lauren became a published author at 23, first focusing on the fields of fashion, design, and creative direction. However, when she became a mother to her daughter, Frankie, the experience of introducing solids sparked a curiosity in baby nutrition, leading Lauren to study with us at OBN.  Using her background in design, writing, and publishing, Lauren co-founded Bable; a digital destination for nutritious, family-friendly recipes and information about starting solids. This was the foundation for writing Baby Food Bible, a valuable resource for families seeking guidance as they approach ..read more
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OBN Graduate Interview: Sorayya Dossett of Hello Mother Goose
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by Carley Mendes
4M ago
Photo credit throughout @megonfilm Sorayya Dossett is an animator-turned-Certified Nutrition Consultant. After the birth of her first child, the intense and delicate postpartum season caught her completely off-guard and left her feeling depleted. This experience ultimately led her to enroll in OBN to become a Certified Nutrition Consultant specializing in postpartum.  Sorayya is the founder of Hello Mother Goose, a nutrition practice that provides both one-on-one and group support to mamas and mamas-to-be. Her ultimate goal is to mother the mother; she wants postpartum care (and preppin ..read more
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OBN Graduate Interview: Corina Nicolae of Womb Nutrition
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by Carley Mendes
6M ago
Corina is a mother of two, a wife and (last but definitely not least) a woman who has transformed her passion for nutrition into a business that she is really proud of. She is a double-certified Integrative Health and Nutrition Consultant specializing in Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Baby Nutrition. Through Womb Nutrition Corina helps women navigate pregnancy and postpartum, and also guides parents and caregivers with introducing solids to their babies and raising adventurous eaters. To kick things off, we asked Corina to complete the following phrases:  My favorite form of self-care is…&nb ..read more
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OBN Graduate Interview: Caitlin Murphy of Maternally Happy
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by Carley Mendes
8M ago
Caitlin Murphy is a registered midwife and nurse who calls Melbourne home, with her husband and 2 border collies Bonnie and Holly — or more intimately known as chalk & cheese! Recently having taken a step back from the hospital system, Caitlin now predominantly works from home supporting prenatal and postpartum women via nutrition consultations, as well as operating her supplement business, Maternally Happy.  Having experienced her own health issues from a young age, Caitlin developed a passion for nutrition and now has a strong focus on proactive care and holistic nutrition. Caitlin ..read more
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OBN Graduate Interview: Carson Meyer of C & The Moon
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by Carley Mendes
9M ago
Carson Meyer is a birth doula, nutrition consultant and founder of C & The Moon, a California-based skincare company. Taking pride in hosting educational circles for women all over the country to help them access community and information on healthy pregnancy, birth, and postpartum practices. Carson began her work as a doula in 2017 and graduated from OBN in 2021. The OBN certification provided Carson with another layer of knowledge that she could share with clients to support them in a healthy pregnancy and postpartum.  We sat down with Carson to take a deeper dive and gather learn ..read more
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OBN Graduate Interview: Cat Gieser of Mama Flow Studio
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by Carley Mendes
10M ago
Cat Gieser is a yoga/mat pilates instructor, certified postpartum corrective exercise specialist, Certified Nutrition Consultant, and founder of Mama Flow Studio. Mama Flow is a virtual yoga and sculpt studio designed to help moms have an empowering pregnancy, a more positive birth experience and a smoother postpartum recovery. Cat utilizes a unique approach to perinatal movement that focuses on the full body with core and pelvic floor health at the center of it all. Cat is also a mother of two and is a Bay Area native. Cat's favorite form of self care is waking up 30 minutes before her kids ..read more
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Interview with Kate Portwood of Wildflower Superfoods
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by Carley Mendes
1y ago
— GRADUATE FEATURE Kate discovered Oh Baby School of Holistic Nutrition when she was pregnant with her second child. After graduating with an Advanced Certification specializing in Postpartum and Baby Nutrition, she started her company, Wildflower Superfoods, to focus on creating products that nourish women and help them thrive during postpartum and beyond. We sat down with Kate to hear all about how becoming a Certified Nutrition Consultant has impacted her career opportunities and how she nourishes herself and her family.   When and why did you first become interested in supporti ..read more
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A Birth Story: Comparing 2 Cesarean Births
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by Carley Mendes
2y ago
Shared by Oh Baby graduate, Morgan Beautiful, empowering, positive, and magical.  These are all things that Caesarean births can be with the right support. I have had two belly births and they could not have been further apart in terms of experience.  With my first birth, I went into it with the opinion that I was going to go with the flow. I was happy with whatever the outcome was going to be as long as I had a happy and healthy baby. This had been preached to me many times but no one mentioned that I mattered too. My happiness was equally as important.  Towards the end of my p ..read more
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The Birth Story of Horia: A Cesarean Birth
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by Carley Mendes
2y ago
Shared by Oh Baby graduate, Corina from @wombnutrition I wanted to talk about my experience during last year’s April Cesarean month, but it was too soon after birth and I didn’t feel ready. I am happy to Oh Baby Nutrition has invited me to share my experience and I’m grateful for all the empowering content they convey. Because one thing’s for sure: all mothers need support, regardless of how they choose or have to give birth. During my first pregnancy, I was reading all the time. About woman’s anatomy, menstruation cycle, in utero baby development, pregnancy, and postpartum nutrition. All the ..read more
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5 Organizations Supporting Black Maternal Health
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by Carley Mendes
2y ago
This April 11-17 is the fifth annual Black Maternal Health Week. Systemic racism impacts marginalized people in many ways, and unfortunately pregnancy and birth are no exception. ⁣An absolutely terrifying fact is that maternal mortality rates are more than 3x higher for Black women compared with white women. Black women are also at higher risk of postpartum depression and anxiety disorders. This is one of the widest of all disparities in women’s health. One of the primary reasons this occurs is due to systemic barriers that prevent racialized communities from accessing health care and birthi ..read more
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