Disclaimer :: This post contains sponsored content in hopes of providing new and expecting mothers with resources, encouragement, and community. The sponsors listed throughout made Virtual Bloom 2021 possible!
Virtual Bloom 2021 :: An Event for New and Expecting Moms happens Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. This event is for pregnant mothers and mothers parenting kiddos ages zero to two — foster and adoptive moms included.
Being a new mom is overwhelming as it is — who has the time (or energy!) to research and find the handy, adorable, and helpful products for moms, babies, and toddlers. The 2021 Virtual Expo Hall brings the resources to you with specialized vendors and local businesses tailored to you and your little’s needs.
Virtual Bloom 2021 :: An Event for New and Expecting Moms provides numerous resources for mothers in a variety of way! Visit the “Main Stage” for all the details about Bloom. Visit our Facebook page to watch live videos and enter giveaways! Check out the Bloom Classroom for workshops and webinars.
Fort Worth Moms extends a HUGE thank you to our friends and title sponsor, Vivi Women’s Health. We couldn’t have pulled off this event without its support!
At Vivi Women’s Health, a female-led obstetrician-gynecologist (OB/GYN) group, women are empowered to live vivaciously and become partners in their health. Drs. Lindsay Breedlove, Danielle Burkett, Kathleen Cammack, Emily Maas, Jennifer McLeland, Rebecca Rogers, and Jamie Walker Erwin are there for patients at every stage of life, providing comprehensive gynecology and obstetrics services. By building trusted relationships, patients can count on the same shared philosophy and consistency of care from the entire team.
ACH Child and Family Services offers free, bilingual youth and family counseling and skill-building classes addressing behavioral issues and parenting wisely. For families with children ages six to 17 struggling with anger, anxiety, depression, and bullying, ACH has current openings to serve these families at no financial cost. Now offering online telehealth sessions. Last year, ACH provided 6,634 counseling hours valued at more than $1-million—free of charge. Kids can’t wait, so make an appointment today.
Alpha Care Wellness Center is a full-service wellness practice for men, women, and children located in Weatherford. Dr. Catherine Oseni specializes in holistic, integrative, and functional medicine, taking a special interest in creating a personalized wellness plan for each patient based on his or her unique needs.
Dr. Catherine implements natural and holistic, evidence-based therapies fostering the health of both baby and mother during and after pregnancy. With her pharmacological background, pediatric focused fellowship, and integrative medical training, Dr. Catherine safely and effectively guides you in fertility issues, the process of conception, pregnancy, and delivery.
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Neighbor Groups are Facebook groups managed by Fort Worth Moms for moms throughout the Tarrant County area, from Keller to Cleburne, Aledo to Arlington, and everywhere in between. Our hope is to create a safe place for moms from all walks of life to share stories and receive encouragement.
It is simple to join! There are no fees, no memberships, and no minimum attendance or participation requirements.
Fort Worth Moms is proud to bring you our second annual “Guide to Homeschool Co-Ops, Private Schools, & University Model Schools in Tarrant County.” Whether you are searching for homeschool options or private schools or something in between, we have featured educational options all across Tarrant County to help you find the right fit for your family.
Looking for the “just right” local photographer? Whether you are searching for someone to capture the perfect family photo, pregnancy pics, labor and delivery memories, infant and childhood sessions, or that holiday card image. Fort Worth Moms has done all the work for you! We hope it is a helpful resource as you make photography decisions for your family.
Let Fort Worth Moms help you find the best fit for your pregnancy and birthing needs and wants. We’ve done the searching and placed all sorts of resources in one spot. From doctors to birthing options and options for resources, like belly binding or chiropractic care, this guide has something for everyone.
What’s the #1 question we are asked??? What preschools do you recommend? Moms want to know the options, where others send their kids, and what educational philosophy those schools abide by. So, we compiled a list of schools that are great options for your little ones. You’ll find a variety of curriculum choices, pricing options, and time slots.
Help Me Grow North Texas promotes child development by working to successfully link families to community resources that meet their needs. This happens through cross system collaboration of existing community resources that meet all family’s needs. Help Me Grow North Texas provides an information line that connects a family or provider to services and other community-based resources. By calling, families are connected to an experienced child development specialist, a family navigator, who can provide education, resources, and information on developmental screenings to meet a family’s specific needs. Call 844-NTX-KIDS (844-689-5437) to get connected with a family navigator!
As a certified lactation counselor and breastfeeding mother of two, the owner of Mother’s Magical Milk understands both the frustration and beauty of breastfeeding. It can be daunting needing help but not knowing where to turn. Mother’s Magical Milk was started out of a desire to help mothers achieve breastfeeding goals. Its philosophy is to couple science and evidence-based research together with experience to deliver customized support to clients. It works tirelessly in the community to raise awareness, to normalize breastfeeding, and advocate for breastfeeding rights. Mother’s Magical Milk educates parents on the benefits of breastfeeding and instill confidence in breastfeeding mothers.
Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas, a nonprofit founded in 2004, connects mothers with excess breastmilk to fragile infants in NICUs and to outpatient babies at home. Donors are screened and milk is pasteurized to exceed rigorous safety compliance measures. Immunological properties of donor milk prevent complications and enhance survivability.
Experience matters! My Texas Health Care Obstetrics & Gynecology is experienced in all facets of women’s health. The clinic has a combined total of 250 years of practice experience, including more than 100,00 well-woman exams, 30,000 babies delivered, and 2,400 hysterectomies performed. Your best experience is its greatest reward. The clinic provides a supportive environment for new and expecting mothers with its skilled, compassionate, and experienced physicians.
The chapter after giving birth is a full of mental and physical changes for new mothers. In other words, sometimes it’s full of bliss and sometimes it’s downright confusing and hard. Fort Worth Moms has gathered a list of postpartum articles from our team of writers, plus experts, to help with this new season of life.
Vertical Chiropractic is a neurologically-based chiropractic office specializing in care for pregnant mothers, children, and families. Vertical Chiropractic has been serving the greater Fort Worth area since fall 2017. Drs. Megan Peterson and Trevor Adams both specialize in prenatal and postpartum chiropractic care utilizing the Webster’s technique, which is designed to assist the pregnant mom in restoring balance to the lumbar and pelvic region of the spine, reducing pressure on the spine and nervous system. Gentle and specific chiropractic care can help moms not only feel and move better during pregnancy, but reduce labor and delivery times as well. Postpartum care is focused on the regions of the spine that endure the most stress with a young child. This includes the upper back and cervical spine. Moms find prenatal and postpartum care give them the best opportunity to be their best for baby!
Woerner Physical Therapy is an outpatient physical therapy practice specializing in treating pelvic floor dysfunction and anything that relates to it, including low back pain, recurrent hip pain, aches and pains during pregnancy, postpartum rehabilitation, and pelvic floor dysfunction. Its goal is to help get you back to life, whether that is returning to exercise or being able to chase your kids. Even after pregnancies and having babies it’s not normal to have pain or have leakage.