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Twenty Resources by Tanisha

  1. Healthy Eating For the Whole Family 

  2. Receive Birthing Support

  3. Find Financial Resources

  4. Yearly Caregiving Conferences

  5. Organ Transplant Support (Long LINK)

  6. Receive Hospital Stay Support

  7. Free Medical Mom Binder

  8. Free Books for Your Miracle

  9. Make-A-Wish

  10. Virtual Games Nights & Giveaways for Mom

  11. Potty Training Underwear for Special Needs

  12. Potty Training Books

  13. Smart Beds for Special Needs

  14. Homeschooling Tips

  15. Pregnancy Loss

  16. Marriage & Relationship Support

  17. Accountability Group for Women

  18. Fitness for Busy Moms

  19. Uniqly Made Miracle Capes & Careboxes

  20. Healthcare Grant (Long LINK)


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Did You Know?

Postpartum Depression (PPD) affects 1 in 7 women after giving birth. Postpartum depression according to March of Dimes is a medical condition that many women get after having a baby. Its strong feelings of sadness, anxiety (worry) and tiredness that last for a long time after giving birth. PPD can happen any time after childbirth. It often starts within 1 to 3 weeks of having a baby. It needs treatment to get better.


Some of the Common Symptoms

  • Having little interest in things you normally like to do

  • Extreme Fatigue

  • Increase and Decrease of Appetite

  • Loss of Concentration

  • Unable to Bond with Baby

  • Thinking about hurting yourself or baby


If you are struggling with support during pregnancy, postpartum, and baby loss please check out Ujima Maternity Network for doula, midwifery, and lactation support. 

To connect to a portal of birthworkers click here >>
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