Postpartum Wellness Binder

This product focuses on a subject that many in our society are too ashamed to talk about. The expectation is that we should all be so happy and thrilled about the addition of a new baby and while that is absolutely the case, there is often more to the story. Too often people forget to check in on the mother and this binder is a wonderful outlet to help new moms organize their thoughts and handle their stressors.

The Postpartum Wellness Binder is a printable file that helps new moms navigate their postpartum journey while also helping to journal some very special moments from their journey to motherhood. There are so many great pages in this book but one of my favorites is the page that asks you to tell the story of how you found out you were pregnant and how you felt. I think that these moments are so important to document and will be cherished down the road even if they seem silly or unimportant in the moment that you are writing about them.

I love that this journal comes in a printable format for a couple of reasons. It can be offered to the consumer at a lower price point and as new moms, that is great because the focus is usually on spending money on the new baby and not ourselves. Secondly, the fact that this is a printable product gives you the opportunity to make your binder your own and add in or remove pages as you feel fit. Personally, I think that this journal would be great in a large binder that allows you lots of space for photos and mementos that you will without a doubt be collecting along this journey.

Thank you so much for helping to take the stigma away from Postpartum Depression. We really need to focus more on supporting mothers during this time rather than shaming them.

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