Looking after your new babe can be very difficult physically on our bodies, not just from the act of bringing our babies into the world, but from caring for them throughout our day. Our bodies must adapt to this new routine and it often takes its toll on our necks, shoulders, hips and core.
If you've been wondering about this resource, this is the blog for you.
How did that happen?!
In this post, I'm keen to share what I've been up to.
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Getting out of the door in the morning with small children can be difficult.
I see you.
Even if the morning is a well oiled machine, I’m still rushing.
These words have made their way across the internet. This is a topic close to my heart. But this is a topic close to the hearts of all parents. How do we keep our kids safe?
In this blog, I share my thoughts on this.
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I read something by @themindfuldietitian last week that stopped me. Promptly saved it to digest later (pun intended!). And I've been thinking about it ever since.
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I was catching up with friends after work yesterday. I walked out the door in the morning and thought: "eh, I'll deal with this when I get back. At least they aren't coming here." And at the last minute, location changed. To my place!
Hi all! I was super thrilled to be invited on to speak with Shelley McClure of Pollination Mamas (definitely check out her other work).
We had a really great chat about the state of postpartum culture, my story and my work within the community (and world) to revolutionise postpartum mental health and care.
I really loved this interview - for so many reasons. And I'd love for you to give this a listen!
We’re going to be doing things differently around here.
I have expressed my frustration most recently that I don’t have enough space in an Instagram caption to fully articulate my thoughts and processes.
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I talk about this a lot and I'm nearly always met with a bit of resistance. And that's totally okay.
Becoming a parent CAN be traumatic.
The thing about trauma is that it is SO personal and so individual.