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Mother Wit 

A collection of videos, websites, and PDFs to educate and empower you and your family


What does an older, white man know about breastfeeding? You will have to watch the video and find out in this classic how-to guide.

A collection of videos that demonstrate strategies specifically for pregnant and postpartum people.

A 7-minute video that reviews the basics of newborn care such as bathing.

This resource will help you plan for the immediate postpartum period including organizing in-person support, food prep, and managing visitors.

Fathers, too, are susceptible to postpartum depression as they transition into parenthood. Check out this video to learn more.

Economics professor at Brown University Emily Oster writes about the evidence on some of the most controversial topics and helps us understand the available data.

This list can help ensure that you don't forget any essentials for your -- and your baby's -- hospital stay.

Infant Loss

Updated resources coming soon.

Truly the best FREE resource on the web. Not only is it free, they are evidence based and compassionate. The site can be overwhelming. If you are in need of help navigating it, reach out.

A 2-minute video that will give you confidence in caring for your newborn's most delicate areas.

Pregnant Belly

Click on the "Parents" tab to find information about due dates and Group Beta Strep, to name a few things. Check out the podcast too, which provides research and evidence on a range of topics including sweeping membranes and other natural induction methods.

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Tanya's favorite kid's book for families who love all things fitness.

An app where you can find prenatal, birthing, postpartum and pediatric reviews of care from other Black and brown women. (They dropped the "b" for "bias.")

This printout lists the common warning signs of postpartum emergencies, which are uncommon but important to identify early. We recommend printing this and posting it somewhere where everyone in the family can read it.


Disclaimer: I am an affiliate for some of these companies which means that I receive a small commission on the sales that originate from this site.

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Eco-friendly bamboo diapers.

Dietary and herbal supplements are available. Select your own or schedule a consultation to understand your unique needs. Mother Wit Clients receive a lifetime 10% discount on all orders.

A small family-owned business supporting people through pregnancy and beyond. They have one of the biggest selections of equipment for back, hip, and pelvic floor support including maternity bands.


Tanya teamed up with Dr. Mel, a physical therapist specializing in the pelvic floor, to create the Pregnancy and Labor Prep Online Course. The course will teach you how to reduce bladder leaks, protect your pelvic floor for birth, and recover faster.

Jessie's fitness programs are accessible and designed in a way that they grow with you throughout the prenatal and postpartum period.

Brianna Battles is a strength and conditioning coach who offers fitness programming options for pregnant and postpartum athletes as well as a certification for coaches and healthcare professionals.

A collection of courses intended for those who have been diagnosed with Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP). Even if the diagnosis was long ago, this course is still very useful.

This product is used and loved by Tanya herself. In addition to awesome technology, you also get access to a nutritionist. Use code MotherWit for a discount at check out.

Pregnancy and postpartum must-haves such as nursing bras, pumping bras, undies and more.

Tongue tie course for professionals from Lisa Paladino, a lactation consultant and midwife.

Liesel Teen is a mother of two, a labor and delivery nurse, childbirth educator, podcaster, and a graduate of Tanya’s Comprehensive Care program. Liesel’s self-paced courses get you ready for birth. Use code MOTHERWITMATERNITY to get 10% off her courses (bundles excluded).

Tongue tie course for parents and caregivers from Lisa Paladino, a lactation consultant and midwife.

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