Babe is more than just a blog, it’s a content-based support system for all women seeking information, aspiration and a dose of humor + irreverence on the journey of pregnancy, motherhood and beyond. Babe recognizes that moms today are bombarded with too much noise — a deafening chorus of so-called expertise that can leave them feeling paralyzed with indecision and self-doubt. Babe celebrates the fact that every new mother, no matter how many books and blogs she’s read, is by definition a rookie and arms her with just the right mix of information and inspiration to be the best version of herself in the most important role of her life – a role that no one can play as well as her when it comes to her babe.
From “Should I have an amnio?” to “Will I ever want to have sex again?” Babe takes on pregnancy and parenthood with a mix of rigor, humor, honesty, and a sense that we – the collective sisterhood of motherhood – GOT YOU. Babe is a judgement-free zone whose only religion is permission, choice (and we do believe in CHOICE) and camaraderie on a journey that can be as joyous as it is harrowing. Inclusive, irreverent, and with community at its helm, Babe canvases our network of leading experts and influencers on the most relevant topics of the day across medicine, wellness, self-care, psychology, beauty, style, and lifestyle to bring you the information you need so that you can feel empowered and ready to take on this wild, crazy, incredible ride.
Welcome To Babe.
We launched Babe as a space for conversation and community. We aim to present information in a judgement-free light, which includes offering a dialogue to discuss controversial and of often debated topics openly. At Babe, we hope you’ll take what serves you and leave what doesn’t. Also, we are not medical providers, and we don’t claim to be, so if you’re ever unsure of anything you read on Babe, or have further questions, please contact your doctor, midwife or medical practitioner. We appreciate your feedback and hope you’ll continue to be part of this important conversation.
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