Receive a FREE Two Islands Milk Maker sample when you purchase The Revival Kit or Breast Friends Bundle || Follow and DM us on Instagram @viva_la_vulva_nz for a sneaky 10% discount code!

  • Dear Motherhood - Words of Emma Heaphy
  • Dear Motherhood - Words of Emma Heaphy
  • Dear Motherhood - Words of Emma Heaphy

Dear Motherhood - Words of Emma Heaphy

Regular price
Tax included.

A collection of real, raw and romantic poetry and prose about the big little love story that is early motherhood.

Dear Motherhood is not your standard motherhood book. Made up of chapters addressed to each mother at key stages in her early motherhood journey, the 112 musings contained within carry the reader through, or back to, this very special time in her life.

In this motherhood must-have, Emma Heaphy delivers fresh perspectives on many unspoken motherhood realities, leaving the mother feeling seen, encouraged and inspired.

From pre-conception to life with two children, no stone is left unturned. Miscarriage, the effect on your relationship with your partner/spouse, mental health, feelings of guilt, shame and loneliness are some, but not all, of the hard truths included in this book. Also included, are letters to her children, including the viral hit “You are my reason”.

Written from the depths of her love for her children, the pieces are rich in heart, soul and vulnerability, and have captured the attention of mothers around the world.

Dear Motherhood is a breath of fresh air and it deserves a place on every mother’s bedside table, feeding station or bookshelf.

“Emma’s poetry brings a smile to your face and tears to your eyes simultaneously” - The little black and white book project.

“I feel so lucky to have come across Emma and her writing which parallels and so often perfectly speaks to my own feelings of being a first-time mum” – Erin Sullivan.

“Emma’s words are the heart and soul of every mum. She inspires me to become a better mum” – Cathy Zeghrini.

“Emma’s writing is a gift to mothers around the world. I hope it never stops” - Yasmine Duvall.