The Guide to Survive Motherhood: Newborn Edition
I wanted to share with you a book that I am absolutely loving right now – The Guide to Survive Motherhood: Newborn Edition. This book is a fully interactive, go-to guide about your baby and your body after birth. I love this book because it offers lighthearted and actionable advice to help you navigate breastfeeding, baby blues, choosing a formula, healing your lady parts and so much more. Also, one dollar from every sale will be donated to Every Mother Counts! Use the link above to get more information or purchase your very own copy. For all you Kindle readers, here is your link to purchase your copy on Amazon! It is a summer must read!
What makes The Guide to Survive Motherhood: Newborn Edition so amazing?
- A Collaboration of Experts. The content of this book features experts in every area of motherhood. You will be learning from the best in each field and no matter if this is your first baby or 5th baby, you will most likely learn something new.
- Range of Topics. The topics covered in this book range from baby care, breastfeeding, diet, vaccines and more. Take a look at the chapters featured in this publication listed below.
- Baby Care
- C-Section Recovery
- Diastasis Help
- Mental Health
- Pelvic Floor Rehab
- Recovery + Self Care
- Voices From the Village
- Sharing of Knowledge. I’m so proud to be part of this book because everyone who contributed shares a mutual philosophy that knowledge is the power which is meant to be shared. We are all pouring our knowledge and expertise into this book in hopes it will help educate, uplift and prepare women all over the globe for an informative and positive postpartum experience.
I am so honored to have been asked to contribute and share my research and knowledge on the topic of diastasis. I have had the pleasure of working with so many amazing female clients and continue to help women all over the globe through my Prenatal + Core Rehab Membership! I invite you to share this with a friend, co-worker or family member. The more we spread the information, the more lives we can change!