Hey momma- I’m your friend who keeps it real. You know- the one who isn’t afraid to “go there.”
Chelsea: New Mom Coach
Owner, Postpartum Together
If I know you like I think I do, you’ve probably tried meet-ups and mom groups. You’ve probably talked to your siblings or cousins and yet sometimes you still say “Why did no one tell me?!” You google religiously and you come up with answers that confuse you. Let me be a guide, a friend, a resource for you- the new mom coach you did not even know you needed in your life.
A New Mom Coach who focuses on group coaching, because postpartum and the transitions of early motherhood are meant to be done together.
You don’t need all the answers or “how-tos.” You just need someone to say that the chaos is normal and these motherhood things can be confusing and overwhelming. What you need is someone to mix laughter in with the real, raw stories. You need to feel safe when you feel vulnerable. You need to feel seen and heard without being fixed, and community in postpartum and motherhood and you need it to be honest.
I’m your girl. A new mom coach with flare, authenticity, and the willingness to go into the taboo, hard conversations so that you can move out of auto-pilot and really grow.
I’ve been on both sides of this spectrum: I’ve done the “look how together I am as a perfect mother” illusion and I’ve done (and am currently living in) the: Honestly, this motherhood thing is messy. Postpartum is hard. We all need support and I’m here to be real in it. Spoiler alert: The second approach is much more life-giving and freeing. I mix this with my Certified Professional Life Coaching to give YOU the support and real-talk experience you deserve.
I’ve heard the stories of hundreds of women who have different postpartum and motherhood experiences but the message remains the same: We LONG to know we aren’t alone and we want to let down our guards more often. This is the space to do that. I’m your girl through the highs, the lows and the what-the-hells. Also, as a fair warning, I like a little bad mom language and you’ll find proof of that here.
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