Baby-Ready Your Relationship

4 weeks of guidance to prep your relationship for baby's first year

A New Online Program is Coming...

Does this feel familiar?

  • Your sweet bundle is here (or almost here) and you’re so in love already with this little one, but you've never felt more distant from your partner. You always thought your relationship was rock-solid and ready for this, but you just had no clue that it would affect your relationship this way.
  • Or, you’re really excited for this new change in your lives, but you’re surrounded by well-meaning but jaded parents who seem to have lost touch with their old selves. You don’t want your optimism to be squashed so easily, but you’re afraid of becoming one of those parents that tells other new parents, "Your life is over"!
  • Or, you’ve got your baby’s room all planned and decorated, you’ve researched all the latest gear for your baby registry, you’ve read all the books on pregnancy and what to expect in your baby’s first year, but can’t help but wonder, “What am I forgetting to think about?” 

You need to prepare your relationship for the biggest change of your lives. 

You need some easy to use tools and techniques to make sure you stay connected.

That’s why Catherine O'Brien, LMFT of Happy With Baby is developing a new online program that you can do from the comfort of your own home! It’s an adaptation of the popular Sacramento-based class, “Yours, Mine, Ours: Relationship Survival for Baby’s First Year”. Very soon, parents everywhere can receive the same tips and trainings we've been giving Sacramento moms for years!

This comprehensive program provides you and your partner the tools for your new life with baby. 

In this program, you’ll learn:

  • Understanding this transition from each partner's perspective - we all have different worries and things that keep us up at night.
  • Effective communication with partner, family members, child care workers - how can you speak so that you can be heard
  • Keys to Maintaining Mental Health - tips for self care and stress reduction. Education on why self care is so important and how it helps us be a better mom/dad, partner and person
  • Household Management - how do you get all the added tasks done, how to prioritize and compromise
  • Sex and intimacy - identifying that things have changed and how to get the “rockin” back in the relationship

Sign up to be the first to hear when my online program for new and expecting parents launches! 

*As a bonus, I'll send you my popular webinar, "Steps to Rockin' Your Relationship When Baby Comes Home" for FREE!

Anytime Access

Use wherever you have an internet connection, download and print worksheets, visit and revisit as much as you need at your own pace

Expert Tips

Get expertise from a marriage and family therapist that specializes in supporting new parents

Affordable Support

Get your questions answered and feel supported for a fraction of the cost of an in-person workshop.

Your relationship with your partner is your parenting foundation.