Become a BubbleMama

Are you pregnant?

Did you give birth recently and just found out about us? 

Sign up here to become a BubbleMama

We will try to find for you the type of ‘pampering’ that best suits your needs. We aim to look for HelpingMamas, our mums volunteers, who will come to your house with food that fits with your situation.

There are several options depending on your situation.
  • The ‘standard’ pampering begins after birth and usually consists of 2 to 7 visits spread over 1-3 weeks. This depends on the number of HelpingMamas we find for you. The visits will be coordinated so that you know when to expect which HelpingMama.
  • The ‘belated’ pampering is for mums whose babies are not older than 3 months
  • The ‘pre-pampering’: if you are pregnant and are under medical supervision (risk of premature birth, mandatory bed rest), you might want to get help already before baby is born.
  • The ’emergency’ pampering is reserved for mums who suffer from postpartum depression (PPD), lost their baby or anything traumatic. The pamperings are exactly the same as ‘normal’ pamperings, except that we try to find HelpingMamas that went through the same or can give some sort of support (other than cooking and talking with you). We are no professionals in this area and cannot replace medical support. We however do think that meeting other mothers (whether they went through the same as you or not), talking about your situation and eating some healthy food might already help.

You can choose the type of pampering once you sign up. It helps us to know your personal situation, so please don’t hesitate to tell us that too.

You can find answers to most questions in our FAQs section.

SuperMamas cannot and does not want to replace professional help (midwife, gynecologist, psychiatrist…). Due to a lack of midwivery care all over Germany, please contact midwives in your area as early in your pregnancy as possible. Doulas and Mütterpflegerinnen are also good and professional options if you want extra help or have trouble finding a midwife at all.

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