Helping new mums enjoy their baby
I’m The Baby Coach helping new parents gain more knowledge, feel more confident to be able to trust their instincts. Experience gained as an Obstetric Nurse, Plunket Nurse, Personal Trainer and interest in holistic wellbeing. I advocate for all mums and here to help you thrive.
Get in touch, lets chat.
The key to enjoying your baby is knowledge and confidence and having the right support and guidance.
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I want you to feel confident and thrive. The 6 membership supports you through all the stages from late pregnancy through to 6 months and beyond. I will help you navigate the newborn stage. Guide you to help implement positive sleep and feeding routines. Guide you through all the developmental stages and challenges that may arise such as sleep regressions or teething. Help you on your journey to starting solids. I want to be part of your village that is there to help you every step of the way and help you gain confidence and trust.
Supporting all mothers and respecting their choices is crucial in creating a supportive and nurturing community. Each individual’s journey through parenthood is unique, and offering encouragement, understanding, and empathy can make a significant difference in a new mom’s life.
Being non-judgmental and providing a safe space for mothers to express themselves, seek guidance if needed, and make their own decisions can help them feel empowered and confident in their parenting journey. Trusting in their abilities and offering a listening ear can go a long way in helping them navigate the challenges that come with being a parent.
Parenting can be both rewarding and challenging, and having a supportive community that embraces diversity and offers unconditional love can be a source of strength and comfort for all mothers. My commitment to helping mothers be the best version of themselves and fostering an environment of trust and love is my ultimate goal. Together, we can create a world where all mothers feel valued and supported in their choices.
What you get for your membership
- Monthly Call one one-on-one 30 minutes to check in via Zoom
- Private Facebook Group
- Free Ebooks upon joining
- Resources via Facebook to download
- Live Q and A weekly
- Inspiration and guidance
- Direct message me to ask questions via Facebook messenger or WhatsApp
- Discounts on consultations
6 Month Membership
Get one month free!
NZD$57 (US $37)
Postpartum Support Packages
1:1 in-home or online postnatal support for new mums and mums-to-be
I’m your guide, your support, your unbiased expert, your cheerleader and your advocate. At a time when you need emotional support, practical advice and hands-on education, I’ll be by your side.
“I would highly recommend working with Trish if you have any issues with your babies sleep. From talking with Trish over the phone for an hour it gave us the confidence and tools to help teach our daughter to self settle without leaving her to cry it out. She’s a much happier kid for it and I really appreciate how Trish has gone above and beyond to answer any further questions I do have.” Sarah Triplow
Designed to support you and your baby in the first 12 weeks
Sleep Rescue Package
Learn to trust your own intuition
Establish nurturing routines
Get a good night’s sleep
Feeding support (without judgement)
On-call support & reassurance
Postnatal support and guidance in the first 6 weeks.
Home visits, weekly calls
Guidance with feeding and sleeping
Creating sustainable routines
Judgement-free, practical guidance tailored to you and your baby
My aim is to ensure you feel confident and secure through this new, beautiful journey, so you can stop second-guessing yourself, actually enjoy every moment of these precious months and experience the joy and balance you had expected parenthood to bring.
A restful sleep, a settled baby and a relaxed mumma – yes, it is all possible.
I’d love to chat more about how I can support you and your family.
How it Works
Feel positive & empowered
Starting your experience as a new mum with my nurturing advice and support will be transformative for both you and your baby.
When can you start implementing a routine for a baby?
I would recommend forming a routine in the first week after the birth of your baby. This is why postpartum support and guidance starts before baby arrives so you can gain confidence and knowledge once your baby is in your arms.
Sleep challenges - Once engaging in your services, how quickly will my baby start sleeping better.
Changing sleep patterns takes perseverance and consistency. If you follow the suggestions then you should see a change in 3-4 days.
I see every baby and their relationship with their parent as unique. I help recognise what isn’t working or may be the cause of a baby not sleeping well. Together we find solutions and implement change that suits the family. While some sleep challenges are very common, others may be exclusive to you and baby.
Do you use the “crying out” or “extinction method”?
I don’t use the CIO method. When changing a pattern that is no longer sustainable or is causing challenges for you and baby, it’s normal for babies to protest and cry at times.
My support and guidance will help you recognise when your baby needs you and when to continue the settling process. At all times it’s about you, baby and the relationship you are forming and the journey you are on.
Do you support all feeding methods?
Yes absolutely, there is no judgment from me. I will support all feeding options.
Simple Steps To Better Sleep
The ebook will help you recognise why your baby is hard to settle.
Give you knowledge and tools to help your baby sleep better.
Plus get the sleep you deserve.
Did you say you would love more sleep!
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