It's not a party until hcg is up or breast are hanging low.

If you are a new mom preparing for pregnancy, birth, or postpartum,
you're in the right place.

I'm not here to persuade you to have a certain type of pregnancy or birth. Nope, that's not my style.

Instead, I want to encourage you to learn enough about female reproduction, pregnancy, birth, and organizing family life so that you can confidently make your own informed decisions.

Begin with these free resources.


Are you ready to get in pregnancy flow? Are you wondering what that even means? 


Getting pregnant seems to be the universal permission slip for other people (including strangers) to begin telling you what you should be doing and how you should be doing it.




Although most people mean well with their advice, you should be presented with information and allowed to make the decisions that honor your unique body, align with your beliefs, and establishes a path that isn’t riddled with fear. 


Start with the pregnancy course.


 Playing small and meek isn’t serving you. Cultivate the confidence you need to be an active part of the birthing process at every stage.




Get in touch with your intuition and ask yourself what you want. Then, take the time to answer. Your answers will help you decide on birthing preferences that honor the unpredictability of the process,  align with your values, and defines a plan of action that can put you at ease – on your birth day. 


It’s time to elevate your birth vibrations. 



Bringing home baby is exciting AF and can be scary too.


While everyone focuses on the sweet cheeks of your newborn. You know that birth is just the beginning of several healing and growth processes.




I won’t be cliche and tell you to run your self a bubble bath for ‘self-care’ because honestly what new mom has time for that? Also, if you’ve had a vaginal birth or c-section, taking a bath may be unappealing for several reasons. 


Instead, I encourage women to pursue self-love intentionally and unapologetically – even while caring for a newborn.


It may seem impossible but I share my best tips for thriving during postpartum.