Womb to World: To Confident Parenting?
Congratulations on being pregnant.
You are no doubt excited and preparing for the birth of your baby. Dreaming about what your baby will look like and feel like to touch and hold. All of those 'baby thoughts' are bringing warm, fussy, mushy and loved up feelings deep within your heart. Your heart is now open for new discoveries.
Womb to World To Confident Parenting
In our western culture, the hectic pace in which we live in, of rushing, constantly being on the go and connected to the outside world, mothers are conceiving, carrying and birthing under increasing stressful conditions. It is no wonder, Newborn Mothers then feel exhausted and overwhelmed after the birth, caring for their baby 24/7. Well I am here to say it does not have to be this way. I am here to provide a re-insurgence of a more traditional ways of caring for Newborn Mothers after childbirth, where they feel nurtured and supported. Where the old forgotten art of 'Tender Loving Care' TLC enables mother's to be able to cope better with sleeplessness and enjoy their baby. Where positive breastfeeding experiences are possible when a mothers feel relaxed and at ease. Where a close bond between a mother and baby can happen when given the time and space to get to know each other in a more deep and meaningful way.
In traditional cultures the emphasis is NOT placed on the pregnancy and birth but when AFTER the baby was born. Newborn mothers are nurtured in a way that makes their heart sing. Mothers are given only two jobs: to fall in love with their newborn baby and learn how to breastfeed. The saying " It takes a village to bring up a child" is so true because when a mother is given the support and freedom to take timeout she will reap the reward for a lifetime. I believe in the philosophy 40 days for 40 years, meaning if the mother is given the opportunity of 40 days of rest then she will reap the rewards for 40 years, a lifetime of happiness for the next generation.
So you are probably thinking that these older traditions of nurturing mothers sound lovely but are no longer possible. Your reality is one where your husband works, you have no family in town and have other children to consider. Well I am here to tell you that there are ways of incorporating old traditions into our modern society so that you too can feel peace and joy in motherhood.
Take the first step today!
Step 1 Book in to the Antenatal Class
Step 2 Ask for an In Home Free Clarity session
Step 3 Sign up for one of the three In Home Support Programs
Step 1 Book Here for Free Antenatal Class
The antenatal class: prepares you to be a confident parent. Secret tips and tricks shared. The 3 topics covered are:
How to Embrace Baby Brain to feel Nurtured and Relaxed as a Newborn Mother. Replace those negative thoughts around 'BABY BRAIN' of feeling emotional and forgetful. Use 'BABY BRAIN' to your advantage. Learn how to increase your oxytocin (love hormone) to feel nurtured and supported as a Newborn Mother.
How Positive Breastfeeding Experiences are Possible. Have others told you about their horror breastfeeding stories? Take the fear of the unknown away and learn about how BREASTFEEDING. Learn how it is instinctive for babies but a learnt skill for mothers. Learn how to recognise the 'Baby Crawl' that first feed and feeding cues, along with the difference between baby led feeding verses mother led feeding. Observe and practice how to breastfeed with the use of dolls and how to establish and maintain long term milk supply.
How to Understand 'Baby Talk' and the Crying Baby. Have you been kept awake at night feeling anxious and concerned about doing the wrong thing or fearful of not knowing what to do if your baby cries or is unsettled? Learn about how to 'TUNE IN' to your baby's unique way of communicating with you through Newborn ZONES and SOS's.
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