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Pregnancy and
Parenthood Made Easy

Actionable guides, courses, and on-demand support for expecting mother like you

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Change and Transition

Gravida provides insights, tools, and guidance to prepare for pregnancy, postpartum care and your return to work

Meet our founder

Morgan Michalowski

Nurse Midwife, Lacation Consulatnt, and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

Pregnancy and postpartum mark the biggest change in a woman’s body and mind since puberty! And yet, guidance on these changes is limited to short doctor’s appointments with a lot to cover.

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Make the most intentional choices for you and your little one with comprehensive guides, courses, and support filled with best practices

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100 “no one ever told me” moments for postpartum prep + return to work. Plus, 20+ grab-and-go to-do lists, handy recipes, smart questions to ask, and more.

On-demand coaching

Questions rarely arise when it’s convenient. Gravida provides support when and where you need it.

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Support from compassionate experts and parents to reduce stress and increase comfort caring for your baby.

Return to your life stronger than ever

New moms have a hard time returning to lives they love because of a mountain of “no one ever told me” moments they need to navigate postpartum.

Gravida provides a heads up and answers to all the “no one ever told me” moments that take a ton of time to figure out and come up way too late.

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No one ever told me...
how important it is to learn how to ask for help!
I wouldn’t emerge from the hospital a different woman.
how lonely I’d be.
about the weak bladder that happens after childbirth.
that even if I wasn't sure I had maternal instinct, I'd figure out how to take care of my baby.
that my love of work will never change. But the kind of work I do will.
how important it is to learn how to ask for help!
I wouldn’t emerge from the hospital a different woman.
Mother laying in bed with her sleeping child
Mother doing yoga with her child laying next to her
Mother carrying her baby while getting ready for the day
Mother holding her child and eating breakfast
Mother breastfeeding her child while laying in bed and working on her laptop
Mother brushing her teeth while breastfeeding her child