Child therapists Ashley Graber and Maria Evans want parents to know that burnout from parenting—in any circumstance, but especially right now—is universal. And after more than a year of navigating extreme unknowns and school closures, it’s also to be expected that burnout won’t evaporate the moment your children transition back to in-person school.
New Mom products can be expensive for Mom and indeed Mother Earth. As an inclusive brand we want to offer New Moms on a budget with essential commodities at a lower price. We’ve teamed up with Walmart for an exclusive offer. Our 3 pack is only $29.99 (including a free delivery!). It’s usually $49.99.
We’ve often heard people tell us to use an ice pack on acute injuries. From frozen peas to vaginal ice packs, there is no blanket rule on what to use. At Gentlepak we’ve researched and tried them all. Frozen underwear, peas in pants, vaginal ice packs...
Most people know that post partum depression can happen to moms after birth. But you can also have depression while you’re pregnant. This kind of depression is called antepartum depression — and it happens to about 7 percent of pregnant people overall. This rate may be as high as 15 percent in some countries.
Nearly 90 percent of women will have a child. Yet for an event so common—and dramatically life-altering—it’s striking how rarely we discuss what happens to us. Forget diapers and pacifiers. We want to talk about how motherhood transforms our minds, our bodies, and our health. (And why talking about it just might save our lives.) Welcome to the WH unfiltered reality guide.
Now, more than ever, postpartum wellness is getting the attention it deserves. These gentlepak-mom-approved apps address needs that while seemingly minor in comparison, make the first six months (and beyond) a little bit less overwhelming.
A new mother may be one of the hardest people to shop for. What does she need? Time with her baby—and sleep. What does she want? Time with her baby—and sleep. But there are a few considered choices that will help celebrate this tender, whirlwind time (and might even make it a little easier).
Ah, summer: backyard barbecues, beach vacations, fresh lemonade and...a baby the size of a watermelon sitting on your bladder all day? While this time of year can invoke a breezy sense of freedom, being pregnant in the summer (especially if you're in the third trimester) can also be challenging, to say the least.
I’ve touched on this before, but it is so important an issue that I think it’s time to add a little more clarification. After nine months of weight gain, hormonal seesaws, bladder problems and all kind of discomfort most moms-to-be have a rainbow tinted vision that when the little one has final arrived it’s gonna be all down hill from there.
After 45 minutes (adjust up or down according to preference) of breath-taking love making you’re good to go. For the next twelve weeks you have the occasional slightly queasy feeling, but everybody tells you that you are positively glowing.