None of this information is to ever condone leaving your baby to “cry it out” or to deprive them of their needs. It is simply to identify correct cues so you don’t end up a zombie or a 24 hour snack bar. Let’s understand children crying and why parents fear it so much. “A baby […]
70% of women get postpartum depression that can look like sadness, crankiness, and anxiousness. This sounds like a lot of of us postpartum right? There are three levels of postpartum depression, and this level is called the “baby blues”, and the most common. This condition isn’t usually treated by a doctor, but there are ways […]
Sleep training is such a controversial subject. Bring it up wherever you are and expect a barrage of very strong opinions. Of course this is OK! Everyone has their own way of parenting, values, and ideas of how they want to raise their children. No judgment there, I think the idea of sleep training does […]
Looking back at my postpartum weight loss timeline I made many mistakes. I often had no idea what I was doing, thought it would be easy, and my expectations were way out of control compared to reality. Markedly this was incredibly frustrating being a new mom, in a foreign body, adjusting to taking care of […]
7 Habits of Highly Effective Mothers’ Boundaries Structure Routine Habits Mindset Problem Solving Self-care Here is my ultimate list of 7 things highly effective mothers’ do to stay sane while raising humans, having a career, and tackling daily chores. They don’t go in any predictable order, add them into your life in little sprinkles but […]
How to help a new mom after childbirth can feel difficult. Every single childbirth experience is different. Us mom’s love telling our delivery story whether it be peaceful, insanely quick, or painstakingly long. Somehow each story is a little bit different. This is why every mama’s recovery can be different and why help and support […]
“We found that 32% of women did not initiate breastfeeding, 4% started but stopped within the first week, 13% stopped within the first month, and 51% continued for > 4 weeks.” Breastfeeding was my second hardest challenge in the early days of motherhood. My part two to all of the mama’s out there with newborns, […]
This one is for the Mama’s out there in the overwhelming, joyus midst of Motherhood. As I have been digging deep narrowing down my coaching niche, I started to map out my life into challenging moments that produced huge amounts of growth. Becoming a Mom brought on many challenges for me, and I’m not sure […]
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