Updates from the Baby Birds Farm

Hi friends! It’s been a while since I checked in. We have been busy this summer with Papa Bird growing his artist representation business (Burd and Co.) and me continuing my private practice in peripartum mental health (Abigail Burd, LCSW). Little Bird has been taking dance lessons, Baby Bird is sprouting teeth and eating everything we eat, and both girls are learning to swim (a good skill to have here in San Diego.) Last weekend we snapped a rare family photo at a friend’s wedding.

bird family

I wanted to share some recent articles of mine that have been published elsewhere, plus an interview that turned out great.

First: How to Keep Your Relationship Healthy After Baby explores my top 6 tips for healthy relationships on the website for my psychotherapy private practice. Useful not just for postpartum couples, but for any relationship.

strong relationship after baby

Next: I was interviewed by a writer friend. You may remember Gill’s excellent writing from this post. Her website focuses on well-done, in-depth interviews. I was honored she chose me. I guess she has always been curious about what therapy is like from the point of view of a therapist and she raised great questions.

Interview with Gill

Next up: A fresh salad idea featuring Strawberries, Salmon and Green Pickled Strawberries was featured on the Ergobaby Blog. You might remember the strawberry pickles from this post. I am still an affiliate of Ergobaby and use their carriers daily.

strawberry salmon salad

Finally: I launched a monthly newsletter for my private practice. You can read the first edition here. Next month will feature 6 daily habits for staying healthy and balanced. If you have any interest (or just want to support), please subscribe here:

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3 responses to “Updates from the Baby Birds Farm

  1. Re the interview: you’ve been an excellent interviewee! If I ever get hold of a spy or a nun, they’ll have to work hard to keep up! ;)

    Looking great you guys! :) Here’s completely the opposite: we all got a nasty nasty cold… I usually don’t get sick, but when I do, it feels like dying! :D

  2. Oh no! Hope you are over the cold soon! Hey, I used to know a nun that was a therapist…

  3. first let me say, YOUR DRESS IN THAT PHOTO IS GORGEOUS!! So great to hear of all the wonderful happenings going on for you and your family. <3

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