Postpartum Plan Blueprint dives into five non-negotiable plan categories and how having a plan around them will serve you moving into this new season of life. It includes action steps that will build the foundation to one of the most important plans you'll ever have.
"As a mom who experienced severe PPD and anxiety twice - I wish I’d had this plan to prepare before I had my kids."
Understand the importance of a postpartum plan
Outline your post-birth self-care plan
Establish and outline your post-birth boundaries
Identify communication strategies
Learn how to leverage your resources
Identify your village (aka community)
Gain an understanding of postpartum emotions
Feel more equipped with tangible tools for post-birth
Knowledge is light and should be shared. After speaking with hundreds of moms, researching postpartum resources and reflecting on my own silent struggle and journey, it was so clear to me that thee was a lack of mental and emotional preparation.
As such, I am on mission to change the way we approach and address postpartum, which really means post-birth (birth to 1 year).
And that mission is to empower and equip you with knowledge and tools to live postpartum with intention and step into your own maternal magic (aka intuition).
I am honored to get to serve you on your journey into motherhood. It's time to put yourself first mama!
Learn the purpose of creating a postpartum plan and how it will serve you after giving birth.
Dive into the top five topics that should be considered in your postpartum plan. These topics are a starting point and set a solid foundation to anything additional may add.
The term "postpartum" shouldn't be something we flinch about. After all, it means time after birth. Learn the difference between baby blues and perinatal mood & anxiety disorders, and signs to be aware of so you can be proactive in your journey.
Learn how to lovingly communicate your plan with those you love, so they can best support you.
Spoiler: No two plans will look alike.
Honestly, you're the only person who can decide whether or not you need a postpartum plan. However, it's very wise to educate and equip yourself with tools to navigate the first months (really first year) after giving birth.
A postpartum plan, when carefully thought through and implemented, can make a huge difference in your approach to the uncertainties of motherhood.
Mama, just like every pregnancy, every postpartum journey is different.
Whether this is your first or fifth kiddo, you are worthy of crafting a postpartum plan for this pregnancy too.
Unlike other postpartum plans, Postpartum Plan Blueprint dives into topics that impact you as a mom, including topics like self-care, boundaries and more. Other plans focus on baby, where this is all about you mama!
Yes! You will still benefit from creating a postpartum plan even if you have already given birth. It is never too late to outline your needs as a new mama.
Since this is self-guided, it can be completed in as little as an hour or you can choose to cover one module per day. It's totally up to you!
Short answer, no. While I'm honored to help guide you in the creation of your plan, you are ultimately responsible for completing your own postpartum plan and implementing it. You can do it!
DISCLAIMER: By purchasing, you acknowledge that I am not a licensed psychologist or health care professional and that my services do not replace that of those.
A couple of weeks ago I got on a call with the beautiful Megan Rudden. She ended up helping me reconnect back to who I am truly here to serve and helped me own a new sense of my identity. I felt so seen, heard and understood! I had felt a bit disconnected from my work for a while because I wasn’t allowing myself to own who I am now in this season of life — a MOM! And my desire is to continue helping women + mothers to have both a successful business and raise her babies in a way that supports her vision, her values and her priorities in life. Healing the god awful amount of shame, guilt and pressure we hold trying to BE it all and DO it all.