That New Mom Life, a new podcast from Parents Magazine, is here to hold your hand through those first bleary-eyed, isolating months of parenthood, when you’re not even sure what day it is.Each week, co-hosts Grace Bastidas, Editor-in-Chief of Parents Latina, and Desiree Fortin, mom of triplets and a newborn, share the mic with leading experts and fellow parents as they talk sleep deprivation, body changes, making mom friends, and more. No topic is off-limits!For more information visit parents.com/newmompodcast
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In the final episode of That New Mom Life, hosts Grace Bastidas and Desiree Fortin chat with Julia Edelstein, whose job as Editor-in-Chief of Parents is to empower moms at all stages of parenthood. They discuss Julia’s own journey as a mother, how no... more
Whether you decide to stay at home with your baby or get back into the workplace, it’s never an easy decision. Hosts Grace Bastidas and Desiree Fortin talk to Lauren Smith Brody, author of The Fifth Trimester, about how to navigate the work-life jugg... more
When it comes to sex after baby, it’s just not the same! Hosts Grace Bastidas and Desiree Fortin talk to sex therapist Vanessa Marin about how to get your mojo back with time. She shares tips for feeling connected to your partner and, in turn, jump-s... more
This podcast is literally my thoughts out loud. I am so happy to hear I am not the only one feeling these emotions and opinions about motherhood and birth and postpartum. It is so refreshing to know I am not alone.
This podcast is such a gem. Real talk about the TRUTH of motherhood. I love the hosts and the content. Can’t get enough of this.
My friend recommended I listen to this new podcast and I LOVED the first episode! I even sent it to my husband to help him understand why I want my mom with us right away after baby is born (I’m 35 weeks). The second episode was interesting, however I can’t breastfeed due to the medication I take. It would be bad for baby and I’ve been graciously consulted that it’s best for mom to stay stable and happy! I wish there would have been a bit more about formula feeding NOT as a breastfeeding supplem... more
I loved the first episode of this podcast and I cannot wait to hear more. I’m almost 31 weeks pregnant and listening to real mom experiences is very soothing to me at this point in time. I also loved the postpartum advice in this episode since this is so majorly lacking in typical maternity care here in the US.
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