Quit wishing for your baby. Here’s why.

Take the words WISH, WANT, and HOPE out of your vocabulary immediately.

Immediately. Right now. Please.

Your baby depends on it.

The words we choose reveal not only what we believe is possible for us on a conscious level, but they reinforce the subconscious programming that runs the show for us day in and day out.

Ever wonder why you get caught up in the exhausting cycle of being able to “think positive” for a few days, then with the slightest shake up, you find yourself stuck in the negativity weeds again?

Subconscious programming baby!

There is some part of you that believes you can’t have what you desire, for whatever reason, and will yank you right back into a place of helplessness.

For years I wished, wanted, and hoped for my baby and it left me feeling like an out of control victim of circumstance.


It was the antithesis of the powerhouse God, the Universe, Spirit, Infinite Intelligence, or whatever you choose to call it, intended me to be.

Don’t do this to yourself.

Meekly, tender-footing toward your dreams and passions is straight up blasphemy.

You have the desire in your heart to be a Mom, because it was meant for you– GO GET IT.

FACT: Wishing is essentially saying the process is out of your hands and in the control of forces outside of yourself–not true.

FACT: Wanting indicates a belief in lack and scarcity–the total opposite of the truth of our abundant universe.

FACT: Hope suggests a lack of commitment to showing up like an resourceful unstoppable champ to make it happen.

GOLDEN TICKET: DECIDE you will be a Mom and EXPECT it to happen.

Decision and expectation are not hubris. They are a demonstration of FAITH.

When you decide and expect that you will be a Mom, you are more likely to avail yourself to the circumstances and opportunities for it to happen.

Having had the honor of coaching women across the globe who get pregnant and become Moms in the face of ridiculous statistics, it is hands down decision and expectation, with a healthy bias toward ACTION that separates these womenfrom those who stand on the sidelines wishing, wanting, and hoping for their proverbial ship to come in.

My ladies decide they will be Moms.

They stop wishing, wanting, hoping, and instead EXPECT (pun intended.)

Decide you will be one of them.

Change your mindset, change your results.

Lots of love,



P.S. Yes, I still find a way to wear pink stilettos at 36 weeks pregnant…why not?!

Intrigued? Here’s an exercise to take this to the next level…

Clean up your vocabulary and set yourself up for success.

  1. For the next 24 hours notice your word choice. Are you using the language of a woman who makes shit happen in her life? Are you using words that demonstrate a reverence for the abundant, miraculous, and gorgeous universe we live in? Your words reveal what you believe is true for yourself and the world around you. Notice how often you use wish, want, or hope.
  2. If you notice that your lexicon is dominated by low-vibe language, trade up. Ask yourself: what words can I use that would demonstrate my DECISION to be a Mom and my EXPECTATION that it will happen?
  3. DECIDE that for the next 48 hours after your observation period that you will use conscious language instead of the fall-back, weak, low-vibe language you may have been using. What do you notice?
  4. BE the woman who believes in her desires enough to be open to amazing, outside the box thinking. Demand more. Miracles are everywhere–you simply have to be willing to see them. How badass is that? Tired of trying to figure this out on your own and want me to help you get there? Apply here.

Transformation happens in your ACTION. Quit wishing and waiting.

Stretch yourself. Remember, it’s about progress, NOT perfection.