48: A Work at Home Writer Copes with D-MER and Grief During Postpartum

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android This week our guest is Mary Sauer a writer, wife, and mother from Kansas City. Mary shares about her experiences raising her three little ones while walking through grief and becoming a work at home mom.  So grab a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and join us as … Continue reading 48: A Work at Home Writer Copes with D-MER and Grief During Postpartum

42: You Know You’re the Mom of a Newborn When…

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Today we’re reminiscing and laughing about the newborn days with a whole episode called You Know Your the Mom of Newborn if... So grab a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and join us as we chat about going topless, reheating your reheated coffee, and a particularly gnarly poo … Continue reading 42: You Know You’re the Mom of a Newborn When…

41: Postpartum Anxiety + Emergency Surgery

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Today Anna is chatting with Kristin Coleman. She is one of our dear friends and Anna and she share some similar postpartum experiences. In particular, they both struggled with postpartum anxiety and chat quite a bit about that in this interview. But they also cover lots of other things.  So grab … Continue reading 41: Postpartum Anxiety + Emergency Surgery

40: Craniosynostosis + Surgery + First Time Mom

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Meg Dean and her husband spent the past year caring for their precious son who was born with Metopic Craniosynostosis. His condition required surgery as an infant and he spent the past year in a helmet. He's thriving and now helmet-free and Meg is on the podcast sharing about the past … Continue reading 40: Craniosynostosis + Surgery + First Time Mom

39: International and Embryo Adoptions

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Today's guest is Jillian Burden. Anna followed Jillian’s story through her blog Adding a Burden as she and her husband adopted their son Arie, went through infertility treatments, embryo adoption, a miscarriage, and finally the birth of their twins. Jillian’s unique story has given her rich experiences and a grace-filled perspective on … Continue reading 39: International and Embryo Adoptions

A Physical Therapist Becomes a Mom

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Show Notes: lightswitch extenders Cara Hartoon at Centre of Physical Rehabilitation Christian Northrup's Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom   If you want to support the podcast, consider joining us as patrons. For the cost of a latte each month you can help us pay our bills. In return we will give you … Continue reading A Physical Therapist Becomes a Mom

Postpartum in a Trailer in North Dakota

Rachel Swanson is the host of The Same Here Podcast and the artist behind Courage and Birch. And she is also a wife and mom to three kids. Today she's sharing her story of preeclampsia recovery, battling her desire for control, and the months she and her baby moved to a trailer in North Dakota … Continue reading Postpartum in a Trailer in North Dakota

9-12 months: A First Year Series

In today's episode we are wrapping up our series on The First Year with a chat about the 9-12 month stage. We cover weaning, illness, and babies that love to be a little dangerous as well as our lasting memories from the last days of babyhood. We also are wrapping up 2017. We will take … Continue reading 9-12 months: A First Year Series

0-3 Months: A First Year Series

  This is episode 25! And we're celebrating with a mini-series called The First Year. It's a deep-dive into the surprises, concerns, and lasting memories of the first year of babyhood. The first episode is all about the 0-3 month stage. So join us as we chat about lip ties, gummy smiles, and all the … Continue reading 0-3 Months: A First Year Series