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Giving up the goods!


Hey beautiful mamas!

November is Thanksgiving month and I want to #giveupthegoods as my way of saying thank you for your continued support!  Each blog I post this month will give you the opportunity to receive some of my resource lists for pregnancy and postpartum that I only share with my doula clients!  This week you can receive the link to my AMAZON Wishlist filled with over a hundred useful items for both mom and baby that can be easily added to your shower registry or postpartum Amazon orders.  First, share this newsletter or blog post on one of your social media outlets with #giveupthegoods.  Next, hit reply to this email with #giveupthegoods #amazonwishlist.  Within 24 hours you will receive the link to my private Amazon Wishlist.   

I missed seeing many of you in my pregnancy yoga classes at The Moving Joint this weekend, because I was supporting a mom in labor!  Beautiful Baby Girl Ripley was born on Sunday afternoon to very happy parents and grandparents:-)  Thank you to my amazing subs, Saetha Evans and Kimberly Fujitaki

Is anyone suffering from acid reflux? I have a gently used pregnancy wedge that creates a tilt that allows you to sleep more comfortably through the night.  Email me if you can use this item!  Thanks to Sarah M. for donating!  Do you have gently used  items from pregnancy and/or baby items that you want to donate? Email me to coordinate!

This week’s hot picks (on my AMAZON WISHLIST) are lalabu baby wrap, recommended by Corey C and Baila Baila Music w/ Isabel.  Isabel teaches an amazing live music mommy and me Spanish immersion at Zooga! This year her and her family are sponsoring a family in need and surprising them with presents under their tree.  What ways are you giving back this year? Feed Families in Need on the west side this holiday season (recommended by Linda J)!

BONE BROTH SOUP (perfect for postpartum mamas) is now being made fresh and served HOT by the cup at Whole Foods Playa Vista! Vegetarians, please try Dave’s fermented Korean vegetarian soup made fresh and served HOT by the cup at Mar Vista Farmer’s Market every Sunday.  Go get some!

Me and Baby Boy Zion are pictured above.  I had the honor of attending his beautiful birth last month!


Keya Merah Nkonoki, (E-RYT 200) is a joyful and encouraging Pregnancy & Postpartum Yoga Teacher, Birth & Postpartum Doula, Lactation Educator, and Birth Blogger with a passion for nurturing women through their entire birth process. She has been providing resources to pregnant families for over a decade, through her company Hariatma Birth.
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