Hi there! Welcome to Birth Eat Love!
This site is dedicated to helping moms prepare their heart, mind and fridge for pregnancy, postpartum and breastfeeding.
What is Birth Eat Love all about?
This is a place for Moms to gain insights to the valuable information that I wish I would have known the first time around.
Since 2016, Birth Eat Love has been on a mission to share the best resources for Moms on what to eat while pregnant, how to prepare for a new baby, prepping freezer meals for postpartum, breastfeeding diet and meal planning.
There is something about becoming a mom that suddenly makes food so much more important.
We need food to nourish our bodies and babies in a way that we have never needed it before.
It’s more than the love of food, it’s a deep need of food for nourishment.
It starts simply with what are the best foods for growing a healthy baby and how do you prepare them.
But as you progress in motherhood it becomes more about how can you do that 365 days a year for the next 18 or more years…
As my family has grown, feeding hungry, growing children has become a full-time occupation.
When I discovered how much easier meal planning and making freezer meals for postpartum could make my life, I became almost obsessed with sharing the tips I was learning with friends because it changed my life so much.
I kept seeing this cycle …
In everything we do we are sowing seeds, planting new ideas.
These seeds can be nourished and grow and thrive.
The more joy and love we put into the seeds, the better they grow and the more enjoyable the journey.
For me this is the reoccurring cycle that drives everything in life and in motherhood:
Birth. Eat. Love… repeat
That’s why I created this website. To give you the tools you need to birth beautiful things – babies, nourishing meals, and dreams!
And to provide you with inspiration, motivation, and support to live your best life right now…not someday when its all past you by.
Because you are here for a reason and you should be enjoying it!
Our paths have crossed for a reason. Now let’s sow some seeds together!
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Popular Posts and Resources
The most popular content here all centers on food and healthy eating for Moms during these important years of motherhood.
In this post on 11 mistakes that might be making your pregnancy uncomfortable, I break down a lot of the mistakes I made in those early pregnancies and what you can do to avoid them.
Eating healthy while pregnant should be fun, tasty and easy, not a struggle. Check out our collection of pregnancy recipes for meal ideas that are good for you and baby, but also relatively easy to make.
Getting ready to bring a new baby home? Check out this list of things to do before baby arrives.
Breastfeeding diet is a very popular topic here. This post on the best foods to increase milk supply is a must read for breastfeeding Mamas. (It’s been shared over 19k times!!)
Make sure to get a copy of this popular breastfeeding meal plan.
Meal planning is so helpful for maintain a healthy diet and also make sure that everyone eats. This family friendly clean eating meal plan is a favorite among our readers.
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