When a child is born, so are the parents.

The Fourth Trimester is the transitional period between birth and 12 weeks postpartum during which your newborn is adjusting to the world. It is during this period that you too are adjusting to your parenthood. Often new parents can be left feeling isolated, unsure and drained as sleep deprivation and the challenges of raising a child set in. Make healing a priority for you and your family so you can begin to thrive in your postpartum.

Kind Words from New Parents

The Fourth Trimester Toolkit

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Every new mum needs this course

Emma Mak

The Wild Mumma course helped me with the fourth trimester so much! All of my reading during my pregnancy had been about pregnancy not what happens after. It ...

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The Wild Mumma course helped me with the fourth trimester so much! All of my reading during my pregnancy had been about pregnancy not what happens after. It was great to have something to focus on that dealt with what was happening once our baby was born. I loved the videos from experts and practical advice around breastfeeding and the PDF shopping lists, meal ideas and goal setting. Thanks Pip!

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Super Comprehensive

Steven Gaston

This online toolkit and the presentation Pip did for us cover so many areas that we really didn't know too much about heading into the fourth trimester. It i...

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This online toolkit and the presentation Pip did for us cover so many areas that we really didn't know too much about heading into the fourth trimester. It is a really tough time for first time parents and understanding why we feel the way we feel at times has helped us to come to terms with the challenges that came our way - particularly in those first six weeks. In particular, we found it really helpful to understand more about the hormonal changes that impact mums and the guides around exercise and nutrition have been really useful for us. We found that talking more about identity and how this changes so suddenly when you have your first child also helps reduce the impact that this has had on us. Overall I would highly recommend this to any first time parents. Getting familiar with the content ahead of time would be optimal but you'll find yourself needing it most during those first 6-8 weeks. Thanks Pip for the comprehensive toolkit!

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Proud Educator for The Parents Centre NZ

and in association with NZ entities to support the new mumma

Proud Educator for the Parents Centre NZ
Shelly Mackie Doula

Nice to meet you :)

Hi! I'm Pip, Early Parenting Educator with a passion for the wellbeing of new parents. And let's not forget my kids, coffee, and chocolate ;)

Early Parenting Educator

Pip Findlay

Becoming a parent is a wonderful yet overwhelming and all-consuming experience. I enjoy working with first-time parents to support and guide them into entering their new roles and the world of parenthood – an area that is so often overlooked. I'm a mum of two, with a background in Relationship Marketing. It is through this skillset that I formed a team of eight experts within the motherhood field that now sit on our Fourth Trimester Panel – an online toolkit to guide new parents through the first three months of postpartum parenthood. I can't wait to get started in supporting you in your new, exciting parenting journey ahead. Pip x

How can I help you today?

Scroll through to see how I can help. Enquire at heywildmumma@gmail.com or ring Pip on 021614947.

Fourth Trimester Online Course (Toolkit)

Resources direct from the Experts to support your Postpartum Recovery & help you thrive as a new parent, not merely survive!

Pip is an absolute gem and the Fourth Trimester (Toolkit) course has been extremely informative. I’ve learnt a lot of information that I wouldn’t have known without her. Grateful for her knowledge, support and experience in this new journey of being a mum! Thank you Pip!

Being a Parent Online Course

The key things you need to know about entering Parenthood & the Postpartum Period (Fourth Trimester) to combat your anxiety & overwhelm

It was great to understand what's 'normal' during the postpartum period. - Sarah R

Parents Centre Group Workshops (Zoom & in-person) - 'Being a Parent' & 'All About You' classes

Michelle Smith

Pip was fantastic, she made us all feel at ease so that we all felt comfortable to open up and as a result we got a lot more from the session. I appreciate her reaching out to me after the session to check I was OK too.

1:1 Private Workshops (Partners welcome)

Abbie & Josh Gavin

I enjoyed that Pip shared her own experiences and appreciated that she was comfortable enough to do this with my partner present. I feel like a barrier to a lot of learning is that mums are apprehensive to share the good, the bad and the ugly, but Pip shared it all.

Coffee Group Workshops

Michelle Walker

This workshop was the most valuable preparation for bubs impending arrival. It discusses the not-so-rosy stuff about becoming a new mum that no one usually talks about. It armed me with new-found knowledge and awareness about what to expect, and methods to deal with that, so I was able to replace my apprehension with confidence and felt empowered to begin the journey of Motherhood ♥️

Kind Words from our Mummas

"It's not just about baby"

Kelly Robinson

A lot of the stuff you read and learn about is all about baby, but Pip is very focused on mum's wellbeing - mentally, physically, emotionally. Thank you for the support & guidance Pip, I love this and the Wild Mumma community!

"The topics are excellent"

Jasdeep Basra

The topics you cover are excellent. I feel like everything does change. I could go on and on about the topics you discuss as I relate to every topic you cover. You have been absolutely amazing with all your knowledge and mahi, Pip!

"The Fourth Trimester is hard - but you're not alone"

Claire Wood

I love this, it's so needed for new mums and mums-to-be to know the Fourth Trimester is hard and that they're not alone!

"Yay for this platform & community!"

Yael Milligan

Yay for this platform & community! Wild Mumma is real and true and everything we as newbie mums, preggie mums, working, full time, and even single mums should be a part of! This community is exactly what I need, and I know will be for so many other mums out there. Thank you!

"Extremely informative"

Krystle Murray

Pip is an absolute gem and the Fourth Trimester course has been extremely informative. I’ve learnt a lot of information that I wouldn’t have known without her. Grateful for her knowledge, support and experience in this new journey of being a mum! Thank you Pip!

1:1 Private Workshops (Partners welcome)

Abbie Gavin

I enjoyed that Pip shared her own experiences and appreciated that she was comfortable enough to do this with my partner present. I feel like a barrier to a lot of learning is that mums are apprehensive to share the good, the bad and the ugly, but Pip shared it all.

Parents Centre Group Workshops

Michelle Smith

Pip was fantastic, she made us all feel at ease so that we all felt comfortable to open up and as a result we got a lot more from the session. I appreciate her reaching out to me after the session to check I was OK too.

Coffee Group Workshops

Michelle Walker

This workshop was the most valuable preparation for bubs impending arrival. It discusses the not-so-rosy stuff about becoming a new mum that no one usually talks about. It armed me with new-found knowledge and awareness about what to expect, and methods to deal with that, so I was able to replace my apprehension with confidence and felt empowered to begin the journey of Motherhood ♥️

Check out both courses

for expecting & new parents with 0-3m newborns

Questions about the Toolkit?

No problem! Check out everything that's covered in the Fourth Trimester Toolkit & read up on the FAQ section below the Toolkit outline. Catch you there, mumma!

I'm ready for change

Time to heal the emotional, physical and relational changes that come with transitioning into parenthood.

Let's chat, mumma

Entering parenthood is WILD.. Trust me, I get it! I'd love to support you in your early parenting journey. Feel free to call me on 021614947 or email me at heywildmumma@gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you. Pip x