Hey Mama! Welcome to the crunchy club.
I'm glad you're here.
No matter where your crunchy path began (or if you're still trying to find it), you're in the right place. We're all doing the best we can for our kids with the information we have at the time.
At least the information we can remember. We're a little sleep-deprived up in these parts.
Trust me, I've been there. In the trenches. At 4am. Crying with your baby. Taking deep breaths like it's your job (it kind of is your job). Stress-eating. Feeling like you're failing at everything.
Then snuggling your baby and feeling like everything is going to be OK.
You're doing great, mama. I promise.
Let's make it easier. Because, really - that's what I do. I support parents through coaching, classes and community so you have the tools and information you need to make the right choices for your family.
If you're expecting a baby, you might be here planning for your birth. May I also suggest discussing what comes afterward?
Download my free workbook of topics to bring up before baby even arrives! (You'll be too tired afterward.)
We all need support. If you want to surround yourself with other parents who "get it," join us on Mighty Networks in the Semi-Crunchy Mama® Club. Weekly prompts, monthly themes, and access via desktop or mobile app for less than a penny a day.
It's easy to fall into the trap of becoming a Martyr Mom, but they don't award any medals for it. When you're constantly taking care of everyone else's needs before your own, resentment builds and no one wins.
Avoid the guilt and overwhelm of adding more to your list by just following the steps in this free self-care kit!
So much of our energy as parents goes into our kids. What if we modeled putting that energy into ourselves so that we could be fulfilled humans who are also parents? Learn more about the next round of Mom School.
Listen to interviews on a variety of topics about parenting and personal development with a semi-crunchy spin. Now recording season 2!
I'm not here to tell you what to do. I want you to make educated decisions that work for you and your family, not just go along with mainstream advice because that's all you've heard.