Every pregnancy is different, but let’s see how we can help you!
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Maternity Gear: Since all the consignment stores have closed lately, probably your best bet locally is our Facebook page Classifieds, the Thrifty Store or Target. Let me know if you know a better spot.
Pregnancy Yoga: Many studios across the Valley:
Revolution Power Yoga (Eagle-Vail)
Westin Riverfront Resort (Avon)
Yoga Off Broadway (Eagle)
Hypnobirthing: Summit HypnoBirthing
Birth Classes, Doula and Placenta Encapsulation: Hillery Lyen
Who are the doctors around here?
Kerrie Kuhl – CNM and Kate Skaggs Ob/Gyn are at Valley View in Glenwood Springs and come to their Eagle office periodically.
Colorado Mountain Medical has a bunch of doctors– located in Avon at the Buck Creek building NORTH of I-70.
Mountain Family Health Center (Edwards) – D. Purse (Pediatric Nurse Practitioner)/Dr. Petri and D. Burn (family nurse practitioner) and Carol Conger (midwife)
Got a toddler and I’m pregnant, how do I deal? Use your stroller, to save your back as much as possible.
Going out; keeping the toddler busy is helpful. Access the library story hours and the preschool ice skating in Vail.
Nursing Bras? Bosom Buddies in Denver… Otherwise, Target has them too. Nursing tanks are great too.
Nursing/Pumps: Did you know that you can rent hospital-grade pumps from the hospital? This is a great thing, because it allows you to try it out, use it right away and not spend a ton of money if you don’t decide to buy your own. Also, some insurance companies will pay for these items.
Advice about having a baby at this altitude: There’s really no way to know if your baby is going to be affected by this little detail or not. But, if your baby does require oxygen, know that TONS of us have dealt with this.
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