Gather with other moms for a cozy, evening workshop that gives you the space, support and encouragement to write your baby’s birth story. The Friday Aug. 10, 7-9 p.m. workshop is perfect for mamas who:
- want to create a keepsake of their birthing experience, or
- need to process their birthing experience, or
- want to write down a previous birthing experience before giving birth again
Blooma blogger Alisa Blackwood (that’s me) facilitates the evening with a bit of yoga and some no-anxiety writing exercises. Then you’ll have space to spread out, get comfy, and begin writing your story.
Blooma is a safe space to revisit these memories and let them flow onto paper (or laptop) — whether you gave birth recently or many years ago. And yes, there will be tissues!
You’re welcome to bring anything that helps you remember your birthing day— an mp3 player and earbuds with your labor playlist, notes from your doula, records from your care provider (call and ask for them now), or photos.
Check out what one recent participant of Writing Your Baby’s Birth Story had to say about her experience:
I thought it was absolutely perfect and Alisa was so great! It was the perfect balance between reflecting on a personal level but also feeling the support of the group. I have had a little writer’s block on my birth story and I am not sure what happened that night but it just flowed right out of me. I would definitely recommend this to everyone.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, and reserve your spot online!
Alisa, Sarah & the women of Blooma