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Your birth plan may be written and the nursery is set up.

But do you know who's going to take care of you? If not, this class is for you and all of the other expecting parents who are wondering how to juggle it all and still have some me time.

Now it’s time to prepare for navigating life after the baby arrives.

The fourth trimester is uniquely demanding.


In our Prepared Postpartum Workshop you will create your plan for a postpartum experience that is:

  • intuitive
  • supported
  • nourishing


So that you can navigate what needs to be done, and still get a little bit of me time.


During this workshop we’ll discuss the why and how of supporting your body and mind in the weeks after birth, as well as the keystones of newborn care, with a focus on receiving what you need to recover, bond, and adapt after bringing baby home.

In this early parenting class we will cover:

  • What life will be like with a newborn.
  • The six states of infant consciousness.
  • Connecting your experience to your values.
  • How to juggle it all and when to get help.
  • Your family goals, priorities, and questions.
  • Look at your support people and how to tap into their strengths.

Information about newborn care and what to expect in your postpartum time will be folded in every step of the way. You’ll leave having thought about how you truly want your Fourth Trimester to look and feel, plus a template for making that happen.

Prepared Postpartum Class Info



  • $75 Live small groups
  • $25 Pre recorded | On demand

Instructor: Amity Kramer

Where: In-person at the Queen Anne Classroom

2024 Dates:

  • March 28
  • May 23
  • July 11
  • August 22

Creating your postpartum plan before the baby arrives will help ensure you are fed, rested, and available to be present as you emerge into new parenthood, whether this is your first or fifth baby!

Amity Kramer

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