When thinking about pregnancy most of us think about the growing bump and birth of the baby. Few of us think about the all important fourth trimester when the mother has also been born to. The transition to motherhood is complex and transformative. It can often be overlooked and I believe motherhood calls for better recognition starting from day one. I would like to see postpartum care move forward in society and I want to be part of the change.
Taking time for yourself once having a baby is something we must practice whilst navigating our parenting journey. Learning how to lean on others and ask for help can be really hard and we can easily give all our reserves away. If your cup has been filled it will be much easier to give to others. Micro moments and rituals can set you on the right path for the relentlessness of parenting small humans. I will guide you through some ways of how you can create moments for yourself along side your children. postpartum Melbourne
As we all know food is fuel and our gut is also said to be our second brain. Feeding yourself after having a baby is so important but can become such burden when so time poor with a newborn. As beautiful as your baby is the mother is the star and without a flow of nutritious, filling, delicious foods and drinks available on demand energy is going to crash. One of the best ways to stay on track is to have someone else take care of feeding mama. There are a number of ways of organising this so that is doesn't seem so overwhelming. One of those is letting me cook for you as it brings me so much joy knowing you are being looked after inside and out. Melbourne postpartum