Seven Books To Read After You Give Birth

by Stephanie Greunke, R.D. and Whole Mamas Program Director I remember this feeling like it was yesterday, even though my oldest is now almost four—leaving the hospital with my sweet little one in a brand new outfit, buckled the into his brand new car seat (which I spent hours researching) only to find myself thinking…now […]

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Preparing for Postpartum: Chelsea’s Story

By Chelsea Long, Whole Mamas Content Coordinator When I was pregnant with my first son, I spent all of my time preparing for his birth and didn’t give much thought to postpartum. Because of this, I was woefully unprepared for the mental health challenges that postpartum brought me. I was trapped in a cycle of […]

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Four Ways to Prepare Your Relationship for Baby

This month we are sharing resources to help you prepare for the birth of your baby. Today we have the pleasure of sharing some wisdom from Emily Pardy, a Nashville-based therapist and founder of Ready Nest Counseling, a center that helps couples prepare for parenthood by caring for their relational wellness as they transition through […]

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Steph’s Postpartum Story

by Stephanie Greunke, Whole Mamas Program Director, who shares her postpartum story today in her own words. Today on the @wholemamasclub, Steph shares her personal story about Postpartum Anxiety. Click To Tweet In Steph’s own words… I didn’t know I dealt with a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (also known as a PMAD, the more […]

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Five Questions With: Postpartum Collective

This post is part of our ongoing “Five Questions With” series, in which we interview a pregnancy health and wellness expert on their particular area of focus. Is there an individual or topic you’d like to see featured in “Five Questions With”? Send us an e-mail. Today we are excited to introduce you to the […]

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