Postpartum Plan 3

Having a Baby?

 You're likely spending a lot of time on your pregnancy and birth plan. But preparing for the time after your baby is born is equally as important!

 

The postpartum period is defined as the first 6 weeks following the birth of your baby.  This time can be challenging and exhausting! 50% - 80% of new mothers experience some form of anxiety or depression during the postpartum period, and many women find it hard to immediately bond and connect with their newborn.

As with any journey and preparing for an experience, you can’t fully know what to expect or what you might need until you get there, but it’s SO important to start thinking now about support systems you might need in place to set you up for success in the early days.

 

"Postpartum Journey" taught me to slow down, stay present, and really reflect on the time following the birth of my baby." -Holly Grant

"My son came one month early, and so I found myself with my hands and heart full, yet unprepared! I know that having so many valuable and encouraging resources organized and available would have really supported my journey." - Tara Daystar, Midwife

Grab your FREE Postpartum Planning Guide!


In this guide you will get tips on:

  • Gaining peace of mind as you prepare for nurturing your baby
  • Bonding with your baby
  • Sleeping, nutrition, and breastfeeding
  • Processing your birth
  • Gathering your circle of support
  • Caring for yourself after having your baby
  • Minimizing the possibility of postpartum depression.

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