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Kate Rope

writer, editor, mother

Atlanta, GA

Kate Rope

Award-winning freelance journalist, editorial director of the Seleni Institute, coauthor of The Complete Guide to Medications During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

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My Book: A Guide to Making Good Choices for You and Your Baby

Coauthored by a maternal fetal medicine expert, this book offers moms great peace of mind.
St. Martin's Press Link to Story
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Motherlode Blog: Preparing to Lose My Mind After Giving Birth

I knew from the beginning that I had a good shot at postpartum depression if I gave birth again.
New York Times Link to Story
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Parade: The App Every Breastfeeding Mom Should Have

In this day and age there’s just too much information to make needing a medication a reason for moms to wean.
Parade Magazine Link to Story
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Parents Magazine: Taking Medication During Breastfeeding

Yes, you can take care of your health and your baby's health at the same time. Here's how.
Parents Link to Story
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NBC: You Have to Prepare for Breast-Feeding Success

It may seem counterintuitive (like putting a condom on before you go out on a date), but preparing for breastfeeding can help.
NBC SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Link to Story

About

Kate Rope

An award-winning freelance journalist with expertise in health, pregnancy, and parenting.

Editorial director of the Seleni Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to maternal and reproductive mental health.

Coauthor of The Complete Guide to Medications During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.

Contributor to Parade.com and the Huffington Post.

A mom to two daughters.

Her writing has appeared in many publications including the New York Times, Life, Glamour UK, Mother Jones, National Geographic Adventure, Parade, Parents, Parenting, Real Simple, and Shape.

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Skills

  • Parenting
  • Editing
  • Writing