Somewhere, postpartum got off track.
We’ve been doing a disservice to women.
We’ve raised expectations and lowered supports.
We’ve created spaces for highlight reels and removed aspects of the village.
When we speak against unrealistic expectations, highlight reels, and journeying in isolation, we break barriers.
This space is for barrier breaking.
This space is for preparing for and processing postpartum and motherhood in a way that is safe, enjoyable, and serves as a reminder that even during the darkest middle-of-the-night feeding, we are never alone. This is where we choose to strive less and commit to live more.
Because you, momma friend, are already enough. You are already worthy. You are already the mom you were created to be and I refuse to let society tell you otherwise.