I created these free downloads to help make your life easier, whether you’re trying to get pregnant, you’re a mom to be or you’re breastfeeding. I hope you find them helpful. Feel free to send me a note about other downloads that you’d like to see.
When to Call Your Provider
If you’re wondering when you should call your OB/GYN health care provider, download this free list and post a copy where you can find it. When you’re not sure, what to do, having this handy list will help give you peace of mind.
At 7 months of pregnancy, you can keep track of your baby’s movements with this easy to use and free Kick Count sheet.
What to Pack
Preparing to deliver your baby? This free download covers everything you’ll need to pack.
Foods to Avoid While Breastfeeding
If you’re breastfeeding and your baby has a sensitive tummy, this list of foods to avoid in my free download will help you narrow down what to eat and what to skip.
If you’re trying to get pregnant, this easy to use and free ovulation chart can help you track your temperature to help determine when you’re most fertile.
Blue Orchid Guides
Blue Orchid Press brings you easy to read medical guides which provide quick answers to all your important questions. This innovative approach to healthcare information has become a trusted resource and is used by health care providers across the country! These popular guides can be downloaded and viewed on your laptop, iPad, or even iPhone. Download for only $2.99 each.
Your Personal Guide Pregnancy
“Having all the information you need about your pregnancy in one placemeans more peace of mind.”
Your Personal Guide BreastFeeding
“This quick and easy to read Breastfeeding Guide is a great resource for new moms. There is practical advice, to do lists, and reminders in each section that can help breastfeeding moms feel more comfortable.”
Kathleen Huggins, RN, MS.
Your Personal Guide Menopause
“This is a wonderful, comprehensive guide to the changes that can occur in menopause. I’d recommend it to all women approaching or experiencing menopause.”
Irene Wapnir, M.D.
Tu Guía Personal del Embarazo
“Tener toda la información que necesita sobre su embarazo en un solo lugar signiﬁca mayor tranquilidad.”