Peachie Moms provides dynamic mental health & body love resources as well as an exclusive community for moms. We make motherhood both sweeter & easier to manage.

This positively peachie book makes body love manageable for mothers. From head to toe, stretchmark to scar, Peachie Moms co-foundersAmanda Edwards and Jen McLellan bring body love to life for mothers of all shapes and sizes.

4 Ways to Start Feeling Better About Your Body Today

We know you’re busy. We know you’re tired. We know you don’t have the time or the energy to commit to anything more than your cup of coffee right now. We know because we’re right there with you, mamas! Seriously though, just because we’re overwhelmed and underpaid in this position called motherhood, doesn’t mean we get a hall pass on feeling good about our bodies.

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Body Breast Baby Recap

The 4th Trimester Bodies Conference, Body Breast Baby, was spectacular. Peaches, it did not disappoint and we were honored to be part of it.

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Pacific Northwest Peaches, See You Soon?

Helloooo Peaches! We’re tickled pink…or should we say peach…to be presenting at the upcoming body. breast. baby Conference put on by the 4th Trimester Bodies Project on April 16th. Now since we realize this isn’t fair to all of you Peachie... read more

Why Dieting Doesn’t Work

Most of us have been there… immediately postpartum and feeling like we’re just so ready for our bodies to be back, whatever that means. We feel as though we’ve spent the last 9 months being patient as our waistlines changes, boobs engorged, ankles swelled… gosh,... read more

The Danger of the Body Love Movement

As body love advocates, we often encounter individuals and groups who are genuinely concerned about what they perceive as the danger of the body love movement. Most recently, we appeared on the One Bad Mother podcast (be sure to listen if you haven’t already, our... read more

An Open Letter to Moms of All Sizes

As moms we tend to be placed into 3 categories based upon our size: skinny, medium (average), and plus size. Once we are categorized, moms of all sizes are pinned against one another by the media. We are led to believe that one group is more privileged and we’re meant... read more

Introducing 1/2 of Peachie Moms: Jen McLellan

Hi friends, Jen McLellan here! Last week the lovely Amanda Edwards introduced herself and this week it’s my turn. As some of you know, I write a blog about plus size pregnancy and birth called Plus Size Mommy Memoirs. I’m still very dedicated to my passion of... read more

Introducing 1/2 of Peachie Moms: Amanda Edwards

Namaste Peaches, Amanda Edwards here! Today, I’m taking up a little space on the Peachie Moms page to tell you a bit about myself, my body love and motherhood journey, and to give you a glimpse of what’s to come for us. In our book, The Peachie Moms Guide to Body Love... read more

Body Love for Moms Book Launch

In case you haven’t heard, we here at Peachie Moms are bubbling over with excitement over the launch of and response to our first ever book: The Peachie Moms Guide to Body Love for Moms. Hold onto your hats, ladies, our book is on the Amazon Best Sellers list in... read more

Breaking Free From Body Jail

Ever feel like you’re trapped in a body you hate? A body that betrays you with cravings and no will to exercise? A body that you don’t even recognize as your own? This is body jail. Counting calories and fat grams, spending countless hours on the treadmill, and... read more