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Becoming a Mother (and mothering more than one)

  • Killara, NSW, 2071 (map)

About this event

Becoming a mum! What a loaded statement. There is so much to consider as we transition into parenthood. Our identity, our relationships, how we were mothered, how we want to mother.  This process occurs each time we have a baby, where we might also consider how to mother multiple children.

This event is all about identifying what we need to help us in this change and what we can do to help make this the most positive experience possible.

Come along if you are wondering

  • The physical, emotional and mental changes in becoming a mother.

  • How will it be mothering a baby?

  • How will you balance more than one baby?

  • How your own experience of being mothered can impact on you.

  • Bring your own questions too!

Who is it for?

This event is for women with an interest in pregnancy and birth and newborns. This is focused on the needs of expecting mums. Female support people, friends and doulas are welcome to attend. It may also interest women trying to conceive and new mothers.

Why come?

  • You are expecting a baby and wondering what it will be like.

  • You are thinking about who you are as a mother. What kind of mother you will be, or want to be.

  • You are a new or expecting mother and feeling excited, overwhelmed or inquisitive about the experiences you are having.

  • You are keen to have an open, honest conversation with other women about these feelings, and share your experiences.

  • Hear some practical steps you can take to set yourself up for the best possible time as a new mum.

What are the details?

5th March 2018. 7pm to 9:30pm. 

Looking for other dates and location?



Eastern Suburbs and Inner West facilitated by Jennifer Hazi

Any questions?

Just me call on 0409 161262 or email

This Circles of Women event brings together pregnant mums with childbirth educators in addition to health professionals and therapists. Each of these events has a topic to start the conversation. Where the conversation ends is anyone’s guess.


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