Category: Education

A doula explains placenta encapsulation

When I first heard about placenta encapsulation, I was skeptical. It sounded gross and weird. When I was pregnant with my fourth child my doula friend told me that ingesting some placenta could help the uterus to contract — reducing blood loss and balance my mood. Really? I’d had a small postpartum hemorrhage with two […]

Summer reading roundup

With the kids out of school and long, sunny evenings to fill, there’s no better time to attack your mounting “to read” list. Kids and adults alike can benefit from these fun programs and book clubs offered by North Central Regional Libraries. WENATCHEE Libraries Rock: First Day of the Summer Reading Program! Stop by the […]

Celebrating two years of TEAMS

A lot can happen in two years. A baby can grow into a toddler, learn to walk, and then learn to run. In just two years. And in just two years, one woman’s passion for early childhood education can blossom into an indispensable community resource, while all around her a big, happy network of support […]

Summer Camp Fair is this Saturday!

It’s almost here… The Wenatchee Mom Blog is teaming up with Icicle Creek Center for the Arts to sponsor the second-annual Summer Camp Fair, THIS SATURDAY from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pybus Public Market. If you’re looking for programs that will keep your kids busy and happy all summer long, stop by, find the programs you like, […]