We get it - getting ready for baby is a LOT.
What to buy, where to put things, how to put things together. Medical appointments. Family expectations. Figuring out your work leave.
Save time & be prepared for parenthood,
at work and at home.
As your postpartum planner, we support your journey into parenthood with practical approaches.
You deserve the support to thrive at home with your newborn.
Our holistic approach focuses on three key areas: Work, Family, Community.
- We start with a 20 min intro call to get to know you and your goals.
- Our team creates a customized plan for you.
- We work through the plan together.
You get a combination of on demand materials, one-on-one services, and connection sessions to guide your family on the journey into parenthood.Start Your Concierge Experience
Ala Carte, On Demand
Looking to tackle a specific area? Choose the Popins service most impactful for you.
Did you know? 50% of moms feel:
- career advancement is harder because they are a parent
breastfeeding at work could impact their career growth
Stack the Odds in Your Favor.
Want to feel confident that your team is set up for success, so you can enjoy a focused family leave with your new baby?
The Popins Professional Parent Series provides guidance and accountability for your transitions out and back into the workplace.Buy Now
Did you know? Recommendations change frequently.
Here are some "new" ones:
Put babies to sleep on their backs (1994)
LATCH (Lower Anchors & Tether for Children) system required in all vehicles to secure carseats (2003)
Babies should not be fed any solid food (including rice cereal) before 6 months (2012)
First Newborn in the Family? Be in the know!
Popins Grandma Camp is designed for family & friends who want to help out when the new baby arrives - so they can provide the best support for your family.Buy Now
What if I'm not a "Grandma"?
Where is the course info from?
What's the format of the course? What can I expect?
Did you know?
- 60% of US women don't meet their own breastfeeding goals
- 1 in 5 women suffer from a Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder
- 46% of postpartum women have some type of pelvic floor dysfunction
Support for you, so you can support your baby.
Many parents don't consider what they will need postpartum.
Popins Community Connection removes the guesswork. We curate your Baby Registry with products & support you need to focus on your newborn & healthy recovery.Buy Now