Being a new mom is “supposed” to be the happiest time of your life — or so everyone says.
For some moms, it isn’t. At all. You aren’t alone — 80% of moms have felt the way you do. You see your friends posting all their positive moments on social media, but it’s likely that they are also hiding some negative and inadequate feelings. You aren’t a “bad mom” if you have some ambivalent thoughts about your new life. It’s okay if right now you don’t love (or even like) being a mom.
It’s OK if you aren’t perfect
By the time you've found me, you've probably spent countless sleepless nights googling “how to be a good mom” and “how to connect with my baby who cries all the time”. Most moms find that this transition isn’t as easy as all of the other changes you’ve had in your life. Your family may not know how best to support you right now.
Whether your feeling “baby blues” or worried about postpartum depression, I’m Katy, and I’m here to help. I want you to feel connected to your baby and be able to smile when you hold them. I can help you work towards figuring out who you are now that you have someone who needs you.
I know how difficult it can be to plan your life as a new mom! I come to your home, where you and your baby are most comfortable. It’s not only easier, but we’ll get to know each other faster, so that you can get the help you are seeking. Don’t be worried about cleaning up for me, I’ve seen it all. Want me to take my shoes off? Great, I’ll bring socks! Wash my hands? Absolutely - I don’t mess around with germs either.
Being a parent isn't easy. Adjusting to the role of mom and bringing little one home is one of the biggest transitions you will have in your lifetime - It is a time when support is truly needed. It’s difficult to leave your home with a newborn, so I can come to you and make counseling convenient and easy for you and your baby.
Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
Depression and anxiety have taken over your life and are struggling to take care of your baby. I come to your home so that you don’t have to worry about the logistics of childcare. We can work together to improve those yucky feelings and help you be the mom you dreamed of.
Your birth experience was not at all what you had planned for and the fear whether your child would be okay was overwhelming. Now that you are home, it was supposed to get better but your child still has needs, and you feel all alone. I’ve been there and I can help you in your home so that you don’t have to worry about taking baby in public.