Join us for New Mom Hour!

Would you like some personal advice on being a new mom? Tips on breastfeeding? Ideas for balancing your life? Now, you can get live tips and support from experts -- all from the comfort of your own couch! 

Twice a month, we bring in experts on topics related to being a new parent to join us live on our Instagram stories. During the one-hour event, you can direct message us and get an expert response right away. 

Sound good? Follow us on Instagram to catch them all! 

Breastfeeding for New and Expecting Moms

Avery Young is a Certified Lactation Consultant based in Atlanta, Ga. 
From the best nursing positions to how to talking through breastfeeding myths, this New Mom Hour with Lalabu is filled with so much valuable  info for our new and expecting mamas! 

10-Minute Workout for New Moms

For this workout, all you’ll need is your body weight and some water. This will be a 10 minute workout that you can do anywhere so all you need to start with is your body weight and a water bottle.

Start with 2:00 circuit of planks! Hold each plank for :20 seconds
Side Plank
Rest for :30-:60 seconds!

Now, do as many rounds as you feel comfortable with the exercises below for the rest of the 10 minutes!

10 Push ups
10 Glute Bridge
10 Squats
10 Dips
10 Lunges

Repeat exercises until the end of 10 minutes! Still have gas left in the tank at the end? Repeat the 2:00 circuit from the beginning of the workout!



Birthing Basics with Eliza the Doula

Eliza Olsen is a Certified Labor Doula.
Eliza shares what a doula is, why you might consider having a labor doula present during your birth and tips for having a healthy labor!

Tips for Traveling with Little Ones

Kristen Hale is a Wife, Mom, writer and motherhood, fashion and travel blogger at Oy Kristen
She shares 5 tips to make traveling with your newborn or toddler (or both!) more simple and enjoyable.
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How To Run Your Family Like A Small Business

Erin Guerrieri of Wellthy Family not only runs a very full house of seven people, she also consults families of children with ADHD and Executive Functioning Disorders. After giving birth to her 3rd child, Erin saw the overwhelming need for structure within her family. She noticed that a well-run company is organized by systems and procedures and guided by core values. It cares about it’s employees and fosters a culture of growth, respect, self efficacy.

Since applying this same philosophy to her family five years ago, she and her husband haven’t looked back, and in every way, their bottom line has improved: happier, healthier, self-sufficient employees (kids) and mostly sane and happy management (parents). Follow Erin on Instagram 


Baby's First Months

Get your newborn care questions answered by Dr. Hiral Lavania.  She is a Board Certified Pediatrician, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and proud member of the America Academy of Pediatrics. If you already have a question for her, go ahead, DM us now & we'll ask Dr. Lavania your question first!

Balancing Health + Fitness As A New Mom

Leah Case is a Wife, Mom, Business Owner and Online Fitness Coach.
As a Mom of 3, she is giving valuable advice on the question we all have, "How can I possibly find a way to balance my health and incorporate fitness into my life as a new Mom?" Follow Leah on Instagram





Breastfeeding Basics

Danielle Downs Spradlin is a Certified Lactation Counselor accredited through the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice. She founded Oasis Lactation Services in 2011 to meet in the growing needs of Atlanta area mothers. She is a veteran nursing mother who wants mothers to meet their breastfeeding goals. In addition to new baby nursing needs, she has experience working with mothers who are weaning, nursing toddlers, and tandem nursing. Her practice focuses on infant-mother well being, evidence based solutions, and making breastfeeding an enjoyable and healthy time for the whole family.

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Disclaimer: All content found on Lalabu.com was created for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. 



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