Brood’s original and accessible guides and workbooks
We have developed workbooks, toolkits, and guides — covering a variety of (often stigmatized) topics. Crafted for new parents, their communities, care workers, and practicing healthcare professionals looking to learn and lead. They were developed by doulas and educators, and peer-reviewed by a Clinical Advisory Board made up of doctors, therapists, midwives, nurses, and people with lived experience.
New Parent Guide
Our free and ultimate need-to-know intel for pregnant folks and parents — with evidence-based education, and advice from experts, doulas and parents.
Pandemic Parenting Workbook
Recognition, processing and validation of your pandemic parenting experience — filled with prompts and questions to guide and support you.
Care Provider Toolkit
Questions and prompts to support you in getting affirming, supportive care — by picking the right care provider and supporting you in shaping how your care will look.
Dedicated to the unique experiences of those working within the abortion space — designed to help with the emotional, logistical, and mental impacts.
Endometriosis and the Path to Parenthood Guide
Are you concerned about your reproductive health, and are thinking about getting pregnant? Have you recently been diagnosed with endometriosis or suspect you might have endometriosis? If any of these things sound familiar, we’ve got something for you! Somedays, Ovry and Brood have collaborated to provide this exciting new guide, the first of its kind — for the endometriosis community and those who care for them.
In this guide we cover what to expect at each phase of the weaning journey, whether that be post-birth, into postpartum or after you’ve experienced loss. For those weaning from nursing and pumping, from birth to 2+ years postpartum.
Twin Prep Cheat Sheet
As you may well know by now, expecting twins is its own rodeo in the world of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. This guide was created with doula knowledge, and support from some Brood twin families – sharing their priceless insight!
In this guide, you will find a number of common reactions by siblings to the arrival of a new baby. As well, you will find a list of things you can do to help children better accept this life-changing event.
Grandparents Cheat Sheet
Hello Grandparents! This is a time for your children, to become parents and for you to become grandparents. Passing the torch can be thrilling and full of love, while also evoking fear and hardship. This cheat sheet is full of tips and tricks on all the latest and greatest child-rearing updates.
New Parents Food Drop Sign
Meal trains and food drops are an amazing way to get support, or support new parents. And it doesn’t have to mean you are constantly entertaining guests in those first 45 days postpartum. Here is a food drop sign you can print out, post up on the door, or send to loved ones in order to set some gentle boundaries and reminders.
We work and live on the unceded and occupied territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations. Since time immemorial, the original peoples of these lands have cared for their families and communities. We are committed to honouring their teachings, legacy and their sovereignty.