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Parents Need Parents

by Rita Brhel on Aug 10, 2022

Let's consider, for a moment, your influence on other parents.

by Rita Brhel on Aug 08, 2022

There's a saying that "it takes a village to raise a child."

For sure! Parents need a solid support circle, but it's incredibly important that the people included in your supportive social ties be aligned with your parenting goals.

by Jamie Birdsong-Nieroda, Samantha Blandi & Rita Brhel on Jun 19, 2022

 As the world continues its love affair with technology, we human beings seem to become more disconnected and isolated from each other. 

Be inspired!

by Rita Brhel on Aug 03, 2022

We, at Nurturings, are committed to supporting breastfeeding and World Breastfeeding Week. 

by Rita Brhel on Aug 01, 2022

This week, August 1-7, we encourage you to join in observing this year's World Breastfeeding Week theme: "Step up for Breastfeeding: Education and Support." 

#normalizenurturing team on Jul 29, 2022

Do you have a story to tell?

We want to help you share your story with the hope that your story can help other families! We are currently seeking submissions that fall in these areas:

by the Nurturings team on Jun 17, 2022


by Heather Artushin on May 10, 2022

In the womb, Baby is moving to the rhythm of his mama’s heartbeat, is comforted and amused by the songs sung by partner or siblings, and is rocked to sleep by the movements of daily life. This dance doesn’t have to stop when the baby is born.

Mother's Day 2022 on May 05, 2022


Editor's Note

by Rita Brhel on Jul 21, 2022

Raising kids is a long game. We are parenting not only for what is happening in this moment but also for what happens in the years and decades to come.

by Rita Brhel on Jun 10, 2022

We live in a quick-fix society. We see a lot of problems with how our society treats parents and families, particularly in Western society. 

New Baby

by Rita Brhel on Jul 19, 2022

"Is your baby sleeping through the night yet?"

"Don't hold him too much!"

"Just let her cry."

"There's no benefit to breastfeed him past 1 year old."