A Journal from My First Two Weeks

It’s been two weeks since I gave birth to my beautiful baby girl, and I must say, it’s been quite the roller coaster ride. The first few days were a blur of endless feedings, diaper changes, and sleepless nights. I was completely exhausted, both physically and emotionally, and I felt like I was barely keeping my head above water.

But as the days went on, I started to get into a bit of a rhythm. I figured out how to breastfeed, how to soothe my crying baby, and how to get some much-needed rest in between feedings. And I started to feel like a real mom.

I have to say, the first two weeks have been both incredibly challenging and incredibly rewarding. On the one hand, I’m constantly exhausted and I feel like I’m barely keeping up with the endless demands of a newborn. But on the other hand, I’m completely in love with this little person and I can’t imagine life without her.

I’ve also been amazed by the support I’ve received from my husband, family, and friends. They’ve been there for me every step of the way, offering help, advice, and encouragement. I don’t know what I would do without them.

In short, the first two weeks have been a wild ride. But I’m starting to get the hang of things, and I’m feeling more and more like a mom every day.

And that’s a pretty amazing feeling.

Postpartum Recovery Products

  1. Perineal cold pack: During the first few days after delivery, a perineal cold pack can help reduce swelling and discomfort in the perineal area.
  2. Sitz bath: A sitz bath is a shallow bath that can be used to soothe and cleanse the perineal area after delivery.
  3. Perineal spray: A perineal spray can help clean and refresh the perineal area after delivery, reducing the risk of infection and promoting healing.
  4. Postpartum belly wrap: A postpartum belly wrap can help support the abdominal muscles and reduce swelling after delivery.
  5. Reusable nursing pads: Reusable nursing pads can help protect your clothes from leaks and spills during breastfeeding.
  6. Nursing bras: Nursing bras are designed to be comfortable and supportive during breastfeeding.
  7. Breastfeeding pillow: A breastfeeding pillow can help support your baby and your back during feedings.
  8. Stool softener: During the postpartum period, constipation is common. A stool softener can help make bowel movements easier and more comfortable.
  9. Postpartum recovery underwear: Postpartum recovery underwear is designed to be comfortable and supportive during the postpartum period.

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In response to the incredible feedback and tremendous support from our expanding network of parents, we have made the decision to transition our product focus from supporting parents working from home to a product that  caters to postpartum mothers. The insights and experiences shared by our users have highlighted the unique challenges and needs that arise during this transformative phase.

Mother Muna will host resources tailored to the needs of mothers, as well as  a platform build mother-centered registries and direct access to care provider services.

We are thrilled to embark on this new direction and would love for you to join us.

With love,
Rachel | Founder of Cohero and Mother Muna

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