As a mother of twins, then 3 under 2, and then, later, 4 under 4, I understand how monumental the birth of each child is.
It can be beautiful.
It can be difficult.
It can be both, confusingly intertwined.
And I know, after working and speaking with hundreds of families around the world, how hard it can be when you’re exhaustedly going through the motions, but just wondering where the spark of motherhood is — and when you’re supposed to take a shower.
So here’s what I want you to know: it doesn’t have to be that way.
You can know what to do to meet your children’s needs so that they’re content and calm.
You can understand why your baby’s crying — and how to prevent that crying from happening in the first place.
And you can get the sleep you need, too.
It’s been my honor to work with women like you, to help them and their families find that balance, get clear and figure out how to help all the pieces work smoothly together, and you can have all of that, too.