Introducing... #WELLFORBABY

 Our baby girl in her cradleboard. Photo by Thosh. 

Our baby girl in her cradleboard. Photo by Thosh. 

Now that we’re parents, we have a whole new understanding of the purpose of wellness. At its core, it’s all about our babies, our youth, and the future of our world for Indigenous communities and all people alike. In the past year, throughout our pregnancy and the first 5 months of our baby’s life, we have learned a tremendous amount of new health and wellness information which pertains to the whole family. We want to share these teachings with you. 

#WellForBaby is a new series of content that we will be publishing on the Well For Culture blog. Here, we will cover a ton of health and wellness topics from the perspective of parents. We’ll be sharing things like Indigenous midwifery resources; information on breastfeeding; tips for family wellness; pregnancy fitness; postpartum health; fatherhood; baby food; and so much more. 

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If you have any specific questions about anything that pertains to prenatal, postpartum, baby, children, or family wellness, get in touch, and we will try to address this at some point. Thanks for listening, learning, and helping us to create a better future through Indigenous wellness.
 

 Chelsey & Alo wearing matching ribbon skirts made by grandma Donna at the Indigenous Environmental Network Protecting Mother Earth conference on Nisqually territory. Photo by Tomas Carmelo Amaya aka Tio.

Chelsey & Alo wearing matching ribbon skirts made by grandma Donna at the Indigenous Environmental Network Protecting Mother Earth conference on Nisqually territory. Photo by Tomas Carmelo Amaya aka Tio.