It takes nine months to grow a baby and prepare for birth. You attended prenatal yoga, childbirth Ed class and hired a birth doula. You researched pediatricians and strollers. The nursery is painted and you have enough diapers for the first six months.
Did you make a plan for your postpartum recovery?
Sleep, good food, clean home, and a happy baby!
These four elements together allow for a calm transition into new parenthood. For a new mom, sufficient sleep is a vital part of your postpartum healing and maintaining your milk supply. Eating healthy balanced meals helps your body recover from birth. A clean home, helps put your mind at ease and well, when you have a happy baby everyone is happy.
“Kristin was an incredible resource and teacher – providing guidance about sleep and feeding schedules and methods, developmental stages, how to learn to read my baby’s cues, and so on. She was also available by phone or email if questions came up when she wasn’t there.” -Mom of baby T
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“We sought help from Kristin when our daughter had great difficulty sleeping on her own and was restless even when held. Nights were quite disrupted and everyone’s sleep was suffering… Needless to say, when we discovered Kristin, we were fairly desperate (and exhausted). The first time we met her, we immediately felt relieved because her expertise and intuition with babies was evident. Our daughter instantly relaxed in her arms and fell asleep beautifully.”-Parents of baby Sophie