It’s been 3 months since I interviewed Emily Lindblad of Three Birds Family Education & Postpartum Care and I still talk about our time together! I’ve said it over many times – I want her as my life coach – this woman has so much practical wisdom, especially when it comes to motherhood! And, if you’ve had or are expecting multiples in the Boston area – she should be on your speed dial! However, even as a mother to singletons – her advice is so sound and amazing! For instance: did you know that even if you adopt multiples you’re still at a higher risk of having maternal mental health disorders than a mother of a singleton?! Be sure to watch the video below to hear all the good advice!
Plus, Emily wrote a special document: 5 Photo Tips for Multiples for all of you! Just click below to get your own copy! Again, she has the best advice – even if you only have a singleton (or even just multiple children of different ages)!
She is the founder of Three Birds Family Education & Postpartum Care, a full-spectrum doula service offering support and education to Massachusetts families. Specializing in twins, triplets, and more, Three Birds provides families with practical parenting tools, emotional support, and confidence in their own abilities. Whether welcoming a first child or numbers three, four, and five, each new addition challenges a family to grow in exciting, beautiful, and sometimes messy ways.
Three Birds creates a safe and knowledgeable space to nurture that evolution through a number of in-home services, including a range of prenatal classes, weekday, weekend, and overnight postpartum care, breastfeeding/chestfeeding/bottle-feeding support, NICU and preemie-specific assistance, CPR instruction, community resource connections, and birth and bereavement care. These personalized supports grow alongside each family, nurturing infants, parents, and other family members, while providing the skills and confidence needed to successfully navigate this exciting and challenging time.