The Model Mama

FEATURE FRIDAY: ANDREA MADRIL, FOUNDER OF SUNFLOWER MOTHERHOOD

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Happy almost Mother’s Day to all my truly amazing, hardworking and oh-so busy Modern Mamas. It’s been a minute since I’ve shared a new episode from The Model Mama Show, but what a perfect occasion! I’m so excited to feature a Mama that is revolutionizing the importance of self-care and maternal wellness for Mamas everywhere!

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This week’s FEATURE FRIDAY series highlights the incredible story of the one-and-only, Andrea Madril. She’s the Founder of Sunflower Motherhood, a new company shining light on the importance of self -care, preparedness, and healing for pregnancy, postpartum, Mommyhood and beyond. This super mama lives in sunny San Diego with her Hubby and newly one year old son, Miller. 

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The whole concept of Sunflower Motherhood came to her shortly after her son came into the world. After giving birth, she started researching and curating the best products for post-delivery healing. These products helped her so much, she was on a mission to share this with all her mama friends and from there her company has blossomed. She now creates beautiful pre and post-natal care packages for Mamas at all stages of Motherhood. I keep her, “Mama Pouch” in my purse always – and I love diving in for a little pick-me -up on those extra challenging days for a little self-love boost… (my favorite is the affirmation card and the energy roller). 

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 This mama will undoubtedly become your new go-to girl for all things recovery, self-care and mommy realness. I’m also dubbing her, “The Postpartum Care Expert.” She’s so honest, down-to-earth and hilarious about her transition to Motherhood and how she navigates her life as an entrepreneur and first time mama. I had way too much fun chatting with Andrea… tune in below for all her insights and positive perspective!

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 WATCH OUR FULL INTERVIEW HERE. Kick your feet up, grab your notepad, pour yourself a glass of wine (come on, Mamas! It’s Friday) and join our real conversation about juggling it all: motherhood, the importance of self-care, being an entrepreneur , and how to enjoy the journey.

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 Some of my FAVORITE takeaways from Andrea: 

+ Bringing awareness to Maternal Wellness

It’s time we make a Mother’s recovery and wellness a bigger part of newborn baby culture.
— Andrea

+ Making time for you, will make you a better Mama

When I wasn’t caring for myself and giving myself attention and love, I wasn’t being the best I wanted to be for my baby. Just like in anything, you can’t give something your best if you’re running on empty.
— Andrea

+ Asking for help doesn’t mean defeat

Asking for help is hard. At certain points I felt like it was admitting failure if I asked for help. Somebody tells you you’re going to be such a great mom, but you become a mom and you don’t feel like a great mom on certain days. Admitting that out loud and doing what would be best, which is asking for some help or some alone time, is a hard pill to swallow, especially when it’s brand new.
— Andrea
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