The Full Birth PlanSale
There's a lot that goes into pregnancy.
There's even more that goes into taking care of a newborn baby.
.. and don't forget about Mom's recovery!
... and don't forget to keep your relationship in tact!
THERE'S A LOT THAT GOES INTO BRINGING A CHILD INTO THIS WORLD.
This Full Birth Plan helps first time parents plan and navigate the all of the before and after stages of child birth and postpartum. It'll be like having coffee with a veteran mom whose spilling all the details only other moms talk about.
Here's what's inside the 72-page Full Birth Plan:
Chapter One: Your Birth Plan:
- all the information you need to prepare your birth plan.
- tips on how to prep the house
- questions to ask your insurance provider
- questions to ask your doctor, by trimester
- what to pack in your hospital bag
- signs labor is starting
- what to eat and drink during labor and delivery, and your first after-birth meal
- what to do if you deliver in the car?!
Chapter Two: You had a baby! Now what?
- skin-to-skin with baby
- what to do with the placenta and why some keep it
- delayed chord clamping
- what is the fundal massage
- vaginal tearing
- complications and weird after-birth things that can occur
- the first 24-hours
- delaying baby's bath
- when to start pumping
- after-birth questions to ask your doctor
Chapter Three: Coming Home
- Navigating visitors
- Establishing kind boundaries
- Asking for help
- All things related to breastfeeding
- What going to the bathroom will look like
- Interesting postpartum side effects
- Navigating night shifts with the baby
- Delegating household chores
Chapter Four: Partner Communication
- Ways the non-birth parent can help
- Resolving sleep deprived squabbles
- Adjusting to new roles
- Tension talks
- Checking in with each other
- Baby blues & Postpartum depression
- Keeping score, but not
- Delegating the mental load
- Staying connected
Chapter Five: Getting Into Routine
- Baby schedules
- Potential complications
- More postpartum side effects
- Going out in public
- Your 6-week checkup
- Inspiration to trust your instincts
Private Facebook Group:
Google can be a deep dark hole of all the worst case scenarios if you’re researching any symptoms. While doing your own research and making your own informed decisions comes with the need to Google, it’s also helpful to ask another fellow mom about their experience and what worked for them. Moms are always a wealth of knowledge and when you find the ones that you click with, their advice and experiences can be so incredibly helpful.
A private Facebook group comes with the guide so you can connect with other new moms and ask any of your burning questions.