When I was 20 weeks pregnant, I had intense pain in my leg. I knew something was very wrong, but my doctor dismissed me.
You are gifting your child with a narrative about their bodies based on what you say about your own.
Choose your words and your actions carefully mommas
Corinne Langford, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and owner of Inner Balance Physiotherapy explains what happens at your Pelvic Floor Physio appointment.
A guest post by my friend and colleague Chelsea of Village Therapy. Three ways to help you through those feelings of isolation in motherhood.
Moms need Moms so much through ALL stages.
Creating a baby changes your body forever. You don't need to "get your body back", cause your body never left.
Let's start changing the conversation around women's bodies, during pregnancy and afterwards.
Eleven years ago when I was pregnant, I was told not to lie on my back.
“Don’t sleep on your back!”
“Don’t exercise on your back!”
“Don’t lie on your back!”
Well times they are a changing’.
When they're babies, we spend our days trying to figure out why they're crying. Are they hungry, wet, tired? But as they get older and learn to communicate their feelings, we need to start listening to them. And we need to let them cry.
This is a guest post from my friend and colleague Sam Kimura. Sam is a mom of two, a registered nurse and a Mama Coach.
Sam tells her story about her journey through pregnancy and postpartum and how she bravely dealt with her postpartum depression and anxiety.
Parenting is hard AF and we do the best we can do.
Stop stressing and leave the judgement behind.