My loveliest friend Camilla of @navygraceblog is a mama to two littles, most recently welcoming her second babe, Lucy (y’all she’s adorable)! Today she’s sharing 5 tips for finding the right kind of clothing as a new mom. We can’t wait for you to read! 

My dear friend @lovedaphnemae is a mom to three, postpartum doula, and creator of the monthly subscription Nurture who we couldn’t adore more. Today she’s sharing four nourishing, mouthwatering recipes for postpartum and beyond—can’t wait to try them!

The irony of motherhood is that kids live 100% in the present and yet because they do I have always had this voice in my head telling me that: because they are, I can’t. Am I alone in this? How can we live our lives in a way that plans for the future needs of …

July: Time

July 12, 2019

Drumroll. This month’s theme is: TIME. You chose it through our IG poll and now we’re going to get down to the nitty-gritty of how to make MORE of it, how to make it stand STILL at times, and other times make it go FASTER. You ask the question and I’ll answer, Q&A style.

June: Calm

May 30, 2019

I wanted more calm in my life, but I had always believed that when certain things happened there was a necessary and natural and UNAVOIDABLE feeling connected to it. Like, when my baby cried of course that meant I SHOULD feel stressed because good moms feel what their baby is feeling, right? Or when my …

May: Identity

May 3, 2019

I learned a new word. MATRESCENCE. It means the process of becoming a mother. For some reason it feels so validating to have a word for it. It’s that transition period nobody talks about between pregnancy and postpartum. Where I’d never felt so certain that I was in the right place at the right time …

Top Three Feelings This week on Instagram Live we’ll be talking about Vulnerable Motherhood. Postpartum is an easy time to feel like everyone else has power over your emotions (your baby, your partner, your hormones!) but you. This guide and our conversation will help you get some leverage over how you’re feeling and help you …

April: Strength

April 3, 2019

I used to think strength meant loud and outspoken and unrelenting. Sometimes it is. But motherhood has taught me that strength is also soft and thoughtful and peaceful. It takes strength to say no. Strength to slow down. Strength to wait. Strength to say sorry. Strength to be uncertain. Strength to be imperfect. Strength just …