MAYBE BABY ONE-ON-ONE PERSONAL COACHING
For the Biggest Question of Your Life
Why? To become a mother or not is the biggest conversation women aren’t having yet it’s the acupressure point for what happens in our life and who we become. We need to know our truth and we deserve to be at peace with it, no matter what it is. The cost of ambivalence is huge. We pay for it in avoidance, time, energy, the wrong relationships, confused sense of self, a fear of regret, masking our desires or not daring to look.
Honor the whispers in your heart. Together we uncover your truth. Like the Maybe Baby Group Program Self Study, Maybe Baby One on One Coaching, gently and lovingly moves you toward your truth and helps you make peace with it. Your entire life shifts closer to your heart; your truth.
And I help get you there.
"Ambivalence has been one of the greater challenges of my life. Often torn by the strong pull of two very different polarities - to be or not to be a mother was one of the most deeply painful ones. I often felt frozen, paralyzed by the fear of making the wrong choice. I took Maybe Baby in the spring of 2012, about halfway through the course, listening to one of the interviews I became completely pissed off by something the guest speaker said, almost offhand. Yet, my reaction to her words was the greatest gift as it swung me very clearly in the direction of Knowing.
Processing the rage brought me to peace, and a clarity that had eluded me for too long. I am so very grateful for this offering of yours, Randi... Thank you. "
- Michelle Madden Smith
- Five sessions with me in a personalized and tailored program for you.
- Access to all of the expert interviews from the Maybe Baby Expert Faculty (including Lissa Rankin MD, Cath Duncan, Michele Lisenbury Christensen, Dara McKinley and more).
- Between session activities and exercises to deepen your learning and understanding.
- Preparing “The Conversation” We'll create your personal guide to talking to partners, loved ones, or people who need to butt out.
- Specially-designed exercises (from my own journey, clients and past participants) and writing to explore all sorts of aspects and fears around the Maybe Baby question. They are truth seeking, compassionate, and get right to the heart. You work on your own, on your own time but stay up to speed as a group.
- Interactive reflection, feedback and coaching from me, on the exercises.
- A Maybe Baby Alumna Group: If you want to keep sharing where your journey takes you after the program in a supportive and non-biased community of other women on a similar path.
"Randi's Maybe Baby course landed in my life at exactly the right time: I wasn't sure whether or not I wanted to have children, and felt like I was running out of time to decide. When I looked around at my friends and family, it seemed like people either fell into the "kids-are-the-only-thing-that-will-ever-give-meaning-to-your-life!" camp or the "kids-will-ruin-your-life!" camp - there was very little discussion of the gray area in between. Maybe Baby gave me a chance to explore my ambivalence about parenthood in a safe, no-pressure environment.
I loved hearing the voices of other women who had walked this path in a variety of different ways, and came away feeling that my experience, too, was valid. This course helped me to move beyond my ambivalence and make the decision to start trying to create a family - and that's a huge, life-changing gift."
- Elizabeth Matteson Bechard
Our Maybe Baby One-On-One Coaching program includes interviews with experts who share their knowledge, experience and perspective on the whole Maybe Baby question. Some of these experts include:
- Lissa Rankin, OB/GYN MD: Nationally respected author and progressive women's health expert- Deciding; how motherhood/non-motherhood effects your physical and emotional health, her leap and experiences of her patients
- Elizabeth Kearny: Genetic Counselor/Past-President of National Society of Genetic Counselors- Straight-talk on genetic issues, risks (and non-risks) to child and mother, maternal age issues (and non-issues)
- Dara McKinley: Women’s Sensuality Expert- Pleasure as a gauge of your 'right' path and journey, how sensuality changes with motherhood, the wisdom and secret to knowing your direction
- Michele Lisenbury Christensen: Loving with Power and Mama Coach- Motherhood and keeping your relationship on fire. Michele was pregnant at the time of this interview and speaks incredible wisdom about what she'd say to her little girl if she had the Maybe Baby question.
- Cath Duncan: Remembering For Good Coach- After her daughter was stillborn, Cath explored and has discovered ways to be a mother in the world without having a little one at your side. Incredible interview about expressing the aspects of motherhood you want to express in a world that may otherwise not recognize your mama-like contribution.
- Jeni Loftus Ph.D: Sociology Professor/Women's Studies and Women's Identity (Purdue University): How society shapes our beliefs, choices and the "Motherhood Mandate" pressure we feel. Who are we as women with or without children?
- Laura Gates: Spirit Babies medium, Leadership and Intuitive Healing Coach: Looks at the whole question from an other wordly- realm with deep insight in to who is calling us forth.
- Riika Rajamaki: Looking at what your soul and spirit desire and how you use that to seek direction and peace.
- And more…
"Maybe Baby allowed me a gentle, safe space to grapple with a question that I didn't even know I could ask. There is so much that is packed into the concept of motherhood, much of which I had been given from traditions, religion, culture, and my upbringing. The Maybe Baby experience helped me to unpack all of those nuances and begin to figure out what my truth actually was without any guilt or shame. What I loved most was that Randi didn't have a bias, so I always felt ok with whatever answer has come to the question of Maybe Baby with no pressure to feel a certain way.
It felt freeing to oscillate between answers and to not fully know at certain points. As I embark on the path of motherhood, expecting my first child in Dec, I feel a deep groundedness because it is something I consciously chose after years of reflection, which began with Maybe Baby. So grateful for it and hope that many women get the chance to be with the question with a great teacher like Randi!"
- Kandice Na'Te Cole
TO EXPLORE THE DEEPER TRUTH OF YOUR HEART:
IF MOTHERHOOD IS CALLING YOU.
I only run this program once a year, with limited enrollment.
Guided, expert coaching, exploration, soul-searching, essays, interviews, and a community of other woman ready to support you. Exploration of the issues, fears, personal desires through nonjudgmental coaching and exercises. Permission to change your mind, heart and be at peace with your truth, whatever it may be.
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"Maybe Baby remains one of the most profound and deeply healing courses I have ever experienced - and as a professional wellness provocateur I've done a lot. Randi holds you through the process, guides you through your exploration and facilitates the emergence of your heart's answer to ambiguity about children and the motherhood life.
Thank you, Randi for helping me so much, and if you have the opportunity to take this course, I urge you to go for it, it's a place of healing and possibility."
- Grace Quantock
I did my research. I put out a request on Twitter to interview women who were ambivalent about motherhood or weren't entirely sure about their decision. With only two tweets, and within two hours, I received over 200 responses from women around the world who were eager to speak honestly and without judgement about where they were at with this very question. I've found this is a huge conversation that is not being had, with shared concerns, pressure and wondering hearts, and have designed a program to get to your deepest truth and feel comfort in it.
Quick and heartfelt reads: You're so not alone in this question- thought it often feels like it. My sweet friend, Marianne Elliot has a lovely piece about her own Maybe Baby question and our work together.
And for more of a taste on my take on motherhood, you can find my interview at Jack Move Magazine.