Motherhood Podcast

MUGS & JUGS PODCAST // Episode 007 – All the feels: dealing with new mom hormones

July 15, 2017
Mugs & Jugs Episode 007 - On hormones, baby blues, sleep deprivation & postpartum depression | Sweet Green Studios

New mom-hood can be an overwhelming transition, and dealing with all the changes isn’t always the easiest. Today, we’re having a (somewhat) light-hearted discussion on hormones, sleep deprivation, baby blues, postpartum depression & accepting support.

We’ve also added a ton of resource information in the shownotes, so take advantage of having all these links in one place. Use it for yourself, share it with a friend or tuck it away for an emotionally rainy day.


SHOWNOTES:


We hope that this candid chat has helped normalize the hormone changes that every mother experiences at the beginning and throughout motherhood. Feel free to leave some comments on your own experiences if you think it might help another mom or mom-to-be, because even when it feels like you’re the only one going through something – chances are there’s someone else out there having a similar experience.

Thanks for listening!

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3 Comments

  • Reply Mandi Corner July 18, 2017 at 8:55 am

    Awesome episode ladies! I related to soooooo much of this! A lot of the “2 more weeks” pep talks happened for along time for me along with reminders that a lot of people would kill to have the chance to do this, even with all her refluxy screaming for the first few months or her more recent 2-3 hour teething snuggle sessions at 2am😜😏🙃

    • Reply Sarah Aileen July 19, 2017 at 6:45 pm

      So. Many. Pep. Talks. I am so happy to hear I wasn’t the only one! Thanks so much for listening! I hope her teeth come through soon!!

    • Reply Mel July 28, 2017 at 8:11 am

      Mandi! I’m so glad you liked it! We are back to some snuggles in the night too (damn teeth) and I’m just trying to remind myself it won’t be too long until she will never want them again! Pep talks didn’t work as well for me in the beginning, but they’ve gotten better along the way. Thanks to Sarah for reminding me to see the positives!

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