Check Out These Brands
The sponsor spotlight goes to the brands listed below. They offer products created by women and families to support new and expecting moms. Make sure to check them out below.
Dreamland Baby Co.
Dreamland Baby sells weighted blankets designed for babies to safely wear. Founded by Tara Williams, starting with a Kickstarter campaign, she created the company to help solve a problem many new moms face. Make sure to tune into her summit session where she provides tips on how to start your own crowdfunding campaign.
Milk Stork is the first breast milk shipping service for business traveling moms. Kate Torgersen started the company because of a problem she faced as a breastfeeding, business traveling mom. She’s also been featured on The Insider Mom Podcast in the third episode, so make sure to check it out.
The bökee is a bottle, sippy cup and jar holder that helps parents and kids stabilize their drinking containers to reduce the occurrence of spills. If you want to reduce or eliminate spills in your home, check them out.
The Easy-Breezy Breastfeeding course is an online course to help new and expecting moms learn how to breastfeed. It provides helpful resources and information in a simple format that parents can access on their own time.
For the non-profit spotlight, we wanted to highlight the work of Commonsense Childbirth. An organization founded by midwife Jennie Joseph. Make sure to tune into her summit session where she talks about the need for better maternal care and community embedded providers. A portion of the All Access Pass sales will be donated to the Common Sense Childbirth Easy Access Clinic.
Commonsense Childbirth Inc., is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization which was founded in 1998 by midwife Jennie Joseph who has dedicated her life to helping women and families have better birth experiences. Over the years their work has grown beyond the birth room and they have made a positive impact on birth outcomes for high-risk communities. Their data has shown statistically significant improvements on low birth weight, prematurity, infant mortality, and maternal mortality rates, reducing and in some cases eliminating persistent racial and class disparities.