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Newborn Podcast Episodes

Baby, Motherhood, Newborn

Choosing the right stroller for your family is more than just a matter of style; it’s about finding a match that complements your lifestyle, grows with your child, and ensures safety at every turn. In this podcast podcast, I talked with Emily Stone, a seasoned mother and founder of the Baby Bee Group, on the…

Spilling the milk with Jodie
Birth Story, Childbirth, Epidural, Induction, Newborn, Pregnancy, Twins

In this podcast episode, I had a conversation with Jodie as we delve into her journey through motherhood with twins and a toddler. Her Journey to Becoming Pregnant After Miscarriage Jodie’s story begins with heartbreak, as she experienced a miscarriage. The loss left her with a longing to expand her family and a determination to…

breech birth story
Birth Story, Breech Birth, Childbirth, Conscious Parenting, Hypnobirthing, Motherhood, Newborn

In this podcast episode, I sit down with Monika Radulovic, who shares her 2 vaginal breech birth stories and the challenges of adjusting to life with a new baby while ensuring her older child, Luka, feels included and loved. First Breech Birth Story Monika’s journey into motherhood took an unexpected turn with the arrival of…

Is hypnobirthing worth it
Childbirth, Hypnobirthing, Mindfulness, Newborn, Pregnancy

In recent years, hypnobirthing has gained popularity as an approach to childbirth that emphasises relaxation, self-hypnosis, and natural birthing techniques. But is hypnobirthing worth it? In this podcast, I talked with midwife Hannah Willsmore as we’ll delve into the world of hypnobirthing, explore its benefits, discuss any potential drawbacks, and determine whether it actually works….

First time mum, premature rupture of membranes, forceps, sterile water injections [Spilling the Milk Birth Story with Pam]
Childbirth, Forceps, Newborn

This episode is a re-run from podcast episode #14 where I chat with Pam, a founding member of FitNest Mama. Pam generously shares her unique experience as a first-time mum. In this podcast episode, we delve into Pam’s journey, from the premature rupture of membranes to the use of forceps during childbirth, highlighting the importance…

TWINS BIRTH STORY
Birth Story, Caesarean Section, Childbirth, Motherhood, Newborn, Twins

Becoming a parent is a unique and beautiful journey, but for some, the path to parenthood can be filled with unexpected twists and turns. Sinead Finn’s story is a testament to the strength, resilience, and unwavering hope that many parents exhibit when facing fertility challenges and pregnancy complications. In this podcast episode, I talk with…

Preparation for parenting, with Jen Butler
Motherhood, Newborn

How should parents prepare for a baby? Becoming a parent is a life-altering experience that requires thoughtful preparation and a proactive approach. In a recent podcast episode, early parenting consultant Jen Butler shares valuable insights into how parents can best prepare for the arrival of their little one. Here are key takeaways on how parents…

How many newborn nappies do I need?
Fourth Trimester, Motherhood, Newborn, Postnatal

Today I chat with Sheree, Postnatal Care Specialist.  We will be discussing how many newborn nappies do I need? We will be discussing nappies in those first few days, those first few nights after birth, and how your partner can help. Sheree is a nurse, midwife, lactation consultant and childbirth educator and provides an amazing…

Caesarean recovery with a toddler
After Birth Recovery, Breastfeeding, Caesarean Section, Fourth Trimester, Newborn, Postnatal

10 Tips for recovering from a c-section whilst taking care of your toddler  Recovery from a caesarean without a toddler is hard. You’ve had major surgery. Throw in some exhaustion. Perhaps you’re in pain. Then, throw in caring for a toddler to the mix, and it can make things more challenge. Recovery after a caesarean…

After Birth Recovery, Fourth Trimester, Motherhood, Newborn, Postnatal

In this podcast episode we discuss preparing for postpartum recovery and the fourth trimester, with postpartum doula Naomi from Cocoon By Naomi. Usually pregnancy is broken up into three trimesters. But sometimes the first 12-16 weeks after birth are referred to as the fourth trimester. Often while pregnant the focus can be on pregnancy itself…

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