Contrary to popular myth, new motherhood is not pure joy. Many new mothers feel blurry with sleep deprivation and are sick of living on cereal, wearing granny panties, and having non-stop visitors who only want to see the baby. From Bump to Grind tells you what new motherhood is really like. It’s not always blissful, but is often difficult. Admitting that does not make you a bad mother. Postpartum expert Sarah Workman Checcone gives you the inside story. Her words will reassure you. What you are feeling is normal.
And you are not alone.
Sarah Workman Checcone is the founder and Executive Director of Postpartum Society of Florida (www. postpartum orida.org), a non-profit mom-to-mom organization based in Sarasota, whose mission is to ease the transition from pregnancy to parenthood. She holds a Juris Doctor in Law degree from the University of Miami, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan. Sarah is also a Certified Instructor of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and the MMTIC®. Sarah loves to sing, laugh, eat delicious food someone else cooked, be outside, encourage amazing women, and hang out with her husband and four cutie kiddos.