As part of Elly’s Book Blog Tour, she joins Rebecca Wong and Barb Suárez for a Podcast Interview. They discuss reframing how to prepare parents for parenthood and dispelling the myth that you can't prepare for parenthood.
Their time in a tummy is a baby’s most intensive period of growth, but for you and your partner, it’s likely to be the first few months after they arrive into your arms and you and your partner are adjusting to your new roles - and new lives as parents
While there’s a lot of focus on parenting, there’s something really, really important for parents to know about. It’s called parentHOOD. Expecting parents deserve more preparation for parenthood, and new parents more support and direction through those early weeks and months of family.
Parenthood is often described as a journey - but we’re here to tell you that along with all the good stuff, some days can feel more like a wild expedition than a walk in the park! This is why it’s important for you and your partner to prepare yourselves for the most common challenges.