69: Conversations You Need to Have With Your Partner

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android LISTEN HERE: Episode 69 On this week’s episode, we are talking about conversations we need to have with our partner. There are some seismic changes that occur with parenthood, and it’s not possible to fully realize all that entails until it’s happened. You can prepare a bit ahead, but it’s probably … Continue reading 69: Conversations You Need to Have With Your Partner

67: Exhausted + Sleep Deprived

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android LISTEN NOW: Episode 67 This week my co-host Lori Lynn Tucker and I sat down to chat about sleep deprivation. Specifically, we wanted to talk about solutions for sleep deprivation. We’ve got some practical tips and tricks as well as some outside the box ways to look at this season of … Continue reading 67: Exhausted + Sleep Deprived

59: Visitors and Boundaries for Postpartum and Post adoption Moms

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android LISTEN HERE: Episode 59 This week Anna, Rhiannon, and Lori Lynn are chatting about visitors. Maybe you loved holding court as the new mom or maybe the thought of visitors makes you groan. We’ve been there too. We all are happy to show off our precious little ones, but it can … Continue reading 59: Visitors and Boundaries for Postpartum and Post adoption Moms

57: Surviving and Leaving an Abusive Marriage

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android LISTEN HERE: Episode 57: Surviving and Leaving and Abusive Marriage Our special guest and Anna birthed their second sons within days of the other, but their postpartum stories were dramatically different. Our guest brought her son home to a broken and abusive marriage that further disintegrated and eventually ended in divorce … Continue reading 57: Surviving and Leaving an Abusive Marriage

56: Accepting Help During the Postpartum and Post-adoption Months

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Listen here: //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6782328/height/360/width/640/theme/legacy/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/ As our regular listeners know, we recently added a second co-host to our team and today is our very first group episode with all three of us! Rhiannon, Lori Lynn and I sat down to chat about accepting help during the postpartum months.  So grab a cup of … Continue reading 56: Accepting Help During the Postpartum and Post-adoption Months

53: New Moms and their Childless Friends

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6714597/height/360/width/640/theme/legacy/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/ Today I’m joined by a special person and I will explain that at the beginning of the show. And our conversation is all about having childless friends after we’ve become parents.  So grab a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and join us as we chat about expectations, … Continue reading 53: New Moms and their Childless Friends

52: Triplet Mom Gets Back to Basics

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6688071/height/360/width/640/theme/legacy/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/ On today’s episode I’m chatting with Supna Shah, the founder of We Go Kids and the mom of triplets. While Supna’s postpartum experience was challenging, she has turned all life has given her into wisdom that she happily shares with other parents needing encouragement. You definitely do not need to … Continue reading 52: Triplet Mom Gets Back to Basics

47: Things You Never Say to a New Mom

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Rhiannon and Anna are back today chatting about Things You Should Never Say to a New Mom. And of course we offer plenty of opinions on what we wish people would say instead. Anna gets especially riled up about some of these topics, so fair warning.  So grab a cup of … Continue reading 47: Things You Never Say to a New Mom

46: A Dad’s Perspective

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts  Android Today is a bit unusual. My husband is on the podcast today! Jason is a Human Resources Manager and he has a graduate degree in counseling. He and I have great conversations so it was interesting to hit record and then even more so to share it with the world. It … Continue reading 46: A Dad’s Perspective