The Blossoming Coaching Package
1:1 in-home postnatal support for new mums and mums-to-be
Becoming a mother for the first time is an incredible experience – one that you’re likely looking forward to with happy excitement, anticipation… and probably a good dose of nerves.
After all, this is a whole new experience, one that even with great planning can bring with it unexpected challenges.
That apprehension is totally normal. I hear from so many mothers who feel overwhelmed by the information and mixed opinions they encounter about the ‘right’ way to do things once your baby arrives. A quick scroll through a few blogs or online chat groups can leave you feeling more confused than ever.
So, how great would it be to have your own personal baby coach by your side instead? Someone who is invested in ensuring you have all the knowledge, confidence and skills you need to be the best new mumma you can be to your baby? Someone who recognises that each bubba is different and each mum needs their own personal support.
Imagine knowing you’re not alone, and there’s no need to feel overwhelmed, scared or uncertain.
Well, that’s where I come in.
I’m your guide, your support, your unbiased expert, your cheerleader and your advocate.
At a time where you need emotional support, practical advice and hands-on education, I’ll be by your side – both in your own home and online – to help you tune into your instincts and take control of your journey to parenthood without feeling anxious, second-guessing yourself, and – I guarantee – no sleep deprivation.
Imagine how good that would feel. Starting your experience as a new mum with this kind of nurturing advice and support around you will be transformative for both you and your baby. You’ll feel confident and more at ease in your choices. You’ll be able to prioritise your own wellbeing for the sake of your family. You’ll be able to cherish these precious months, feeling positive and empowered.
This process is completely tailored to you, your baby and the needs of your family. While I have tried-and-tested techniques that I know will work, this journey is all about finding what works for you.
This support could include things like:
Positioning, latching, expressing, nutrition and feeding patterns.
Formulas, techniques, and good feeding patterns
- Support with common challenges
Reflux, colic, tongue tie and more.
- Everyday needs
Bathing, swaddling, settling and more.
- Support for older babies
Such as starting solids, sleep regressions, and teething.
How 1:1 coaching works
Ideally, you’ll get in touch when you’re around 30-34 weeks pregnant. We’ll discuss things such as parenting styles, feeding options, your support network and plans for your homecoming. I’ll help you put together your own personal postnatal plan, which will ensure you’re feeling confident about what steps are coming next.
After your baby arrives, I’ll be there to visit you at the hospital or at home to ensure you’re comfortable and feeling supported. In the days that follow, either after your birth or when you arrive home from the hospital, I’ll continue to be by your side to guide you. These services complement other Primary Health Care providers, such as your midwife or lactation consultant – I’ll work alongside them to ensure you’re receiving the best support.
Postnatal support tailored to you.
The Blossoming Coaching Package is ideal for mums looking for consistent support in those first few weeks. From 36 weeks in your pregnancy to 4-8 weeks postpartum, you’ll receive home visits, weekly calls to discuss challenges and upcoming developmental challenges. You’ll also get weekly PDF guides and have access to a private Facebook group where you can ask questions and get further support as you need it.
This 1:1 postnatal support package is tailored to you – and it’s not just about your baby. Your wellbeing is just as important, so I’m also here to ensure you have the emotional support and resilience you need. Every new mum deserves this kind of trusted, expert support around them to give their baby a great start, and to prioritise their own wellbeing too.
The best thing you can do for your own well-being, and that of your baby, is to ask for help from someone with the experience and insight to support you with kindness and impartiality.