The blog title does not fit the above picture, admittedly, but hold judgement until the end of this post. ;)
I recently decided to get creative and make some new info graphics to share with my Hypnobabies students. The purpose is two-fold. In addition to sharing the images online, I also wanted something a little more visually appealing to share with my students.
At the end of each class series I like to print off Hypnobabies affirmation cards, laminate them, and then gift them to my students to decorate their birth space.
I'm a big proponent of diversifying the different ways in which Hypnobabies messages are reinforced and used during birth. We have the audio tracks, which are well known, and the physical and verbal cues that are used by the birth partner, but it's also great to have a visual communication and reinforcement for mothers. In this way we can keep a steady and varied stream of Hypnobabies messages flowing to support a birthing mother.
Until now I was just typing and printing affirmations on white paper and using decorative scrapbooking paper as a border. (Example above.)
I was happy enough with the look, but then I got inspired by another Hypnobabies instructor to take these visual gems to the next level.
So without further ado, here are my new Hypnobabies graphic cards. Feel free to save and share them, and don't forget to post a comment with feedback!
Welcome! My name is Katherine Stanglin. I am a mother, a birth doula, childbirth educator, placenta specialist, birth advocate, and all around birth geek. This blog is dedicated to all of my birth ideas and musings. Enjoy!