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holiday gifts

For the parents who already have everything…

A baby goat for a Somali family – $50 Critical supplies for a safer childbirth – $24 A year of school for an Afghani girl – $52 An investment in an entrepreneur – $100 Giving back during the holiday season?  Priceless. (Thanks to Nick Kristof for always providing such thoughtful...

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Home stretch!

If you’ve been wondering why we’ve been so quiet, it’s because we’re heads down working on weeSpring’s beta release.  Here’s our quick overview of how it works: If you want early access, drop us an email!

thanksgiving

Today, we’re thankful for…

An amazing team, who have been working tirelessly toward our (imminent!) launch Our friends and family who’ve been so encouraging and enthusiastic about weeSpring Healthy, happy babies who inspire us every day You! We’ve been so overwhelmed by the excitement we’ve been hearing from our Facebook fans and the moms...

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Free (important) stuff for new moms: lactation support!

This isn’t exactly new news, but most of the people we know are still unaware that: As of August 1, 2012, health insurance companies must cover breastfeeding support and supplies. Yes, you read that right!  The Affordable Care Act requires insurers to provide—at no cost—“comprehensive lactation support and counseling, by...

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#ElectionDay

In the long list of things unexpected about parenthood, the idea of registering a “teachable moment” falls pretty low on the list — but is something that has fundamentally changed the way we thinking about, well, everything. And Election Day is one of those teachable moments that’s made us realize...

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#MomStaysinthePicture

Huffington Post writer Allison Tate has inspired a mini-movement of mothers through her incredibly honest reflection on how we view ourselves: I avoid photographic evidence of my existence these days. To be honest, I avoid even mirrors. When I see myself in pictures, it makes me wince. I know I...