The Baby Village
The Baby Village is a warm welcoming community of mothers in Cambridge.
It is both a community which includes private Whatsapp groups where you can connect, ask questions and find support from other Mums, and also a space in which I offer a type of group mentoring, with podcasts, blogs, online resources and we have online and face to face events as well.
Mothers really benefit from companionship, mindfulness, and positive mental health practices such as deep relaxation and community walks
And unlike many other areas of the internet, it’s a community built on the principles of respect, tolerance and real life community.
It’s a whole system of support to make your journey in mothering easier and more enjoyable.
The Baby Village works as a subscription, so you pay a small monthly fee to be a part of the community. There are no contracts and you can join or leave at any time.
A whole community of support
Coffee chat and chill
Monday morning meet up for Bumps and Babies-in-arms at the Folio Bar in the Fellows Hotel. Time to chat, build friendships, and discuss motherhood and life with a baby. I'm always on hand if you need a chat about something
A range of blogs, articles, video lessons and podcasts about all things motherhood to support you.
From 'how do I know if my baby is getting enough milk' to 'advice for travelling with a baby' to 'which physios in Cambridge specialise in pelvic floor assessment'
This is a library of information I've been gathering over the last decade.
Over the years, many people have told me that the WhatsApp group I run are some of the kindest and most respectful ones they've ever been in. These are mutually supportive spaces where you can find advice and support
Every month I host a restorative event of some kind. Sometimes it is an online hour long led relaxation. Sometimes its a Friday night out with restorative yoga, food, chat and relaxation.
Parenting can be hard work. These relaxation events can help you reset, recharge, and restore.
Each month we go for a walk on Jesus Green. It's lovely to get outside, to chat to others and let the fresh air revitalise you. I'm always on hand for a chat if you need to talk anything over. We do this year round, weather permitting.
Questions & suggestions
Every couple of months, I ask the village what they would like me to write or record about. This keeps the content relevant and directed to what you need.