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My name is Sarah Trott. I'm a new mama to a vivacious baby girl and this podcast is all about postpartum care for the few months following birth, the time period also known as the Fourth Trimester. My postpartum doula, Esther Gallagher, is my co-host. She’s a mother, grandmother, perinatal educator, birth and postpartum care provider. I've benefitted hugely from her support. All parents can benefit from the wisdom and support that a postpartum Doula provides. Fourth trimester care is about t ...
 
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Join Cook + Cocoon - my new postpartum prep and fourth trimester cooking course - and get $50 off if you sign on by Sunday Nov 6 with the code EARLYBIRD! I feel a bit vulnerable putting this episode out there but here goes! The highs and the lows, the nasty and pleasant surprises... and a few things I wish I'd done differently.…
 
Welcome to a new, special season of the podcast! I'll be serving up mini solo episodes about all the things I wish I'd known more about before I had my first baby. This one is about breastfeeding - I mean, there was SO much I didn't know and if I had my postpartum would have been easier. Of course, I can't cover everything, but I hope that by shari…
 
This is the final episode in season three! Thanks so much for listening. If you've gotten something out of these eps, please consider sharing with a friend or leaving a review, or both! In this episode, I talk to perinatal psychologist Yara Heary of Life After Birth Psychology (https://www.lifeafterbirth.com.au/) I don't even know how to describe t…
 
I hope you enjoy this conversation with birth worker, postpartum doula, community builder and woman of many talents, Rose Ricketson. We talk about her second postpartum, her first child's big feelings, tandem feeding, feeding other people's babies, creating community and having (or attempting!) a nourishing postpartum with a toddler in tow. Find Ro…
 
Nat Rolland is a content creator and small business owner who has embraced doing things her way in mothering. With a FIFO partner, Nat shares how she makes it work with her 5 month old - settling into motherhood while growing her business - and the strength she's found in going through infertility, IVF and more. Follow Nat: @natsinisky Find Altered…
 
Anna Cusack is an exercise physiologist and postpartum doula who loves to bust motherhood myths that abound in modern culture. In this episode, we talk about her own postpartum experience, the realities of baby sleep, her breastfeeding journey, trusting her intuition, returning to work, building community and finding her own damn way in this wild r…
 
Whether you're pregnant or postpartum, you need to listen to this episode: hear perinatal physiotherapist and mum of three Kath Baquie (https://www.fitnestmama.com/) share her tips, wisdom and hard-earned lessons. From how to prepare your pelvic floor for birth to what you need to know about recovery and returning to exercise, this chat is a must l…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Alice Godfree to talk about how her postpartum pushed her career into a new direction - find her here: https://www.villageforme.com/ --------- This episode is sponsored by Newborn Mothers. Newborn Mothers provides online courses for postpartum professionals and mothers worldwide who believe birth is about making mums t…
 
Leah Williams is a content creator and mother of three, and on this episode, she shares her three different postpartums and, after going through endometriosis, IVF, birth trauma and having a surprise home birth during Covid, how she's found her own way of mothering with confidence. Find Leah on Instagram: @leahwwilliams_ This episode is brought to …
 
Having a baby? You need to hear this episode. Dr Eliza Hannam (https://www.drelizahannam.com.au/) is a mother of three, an IBCLC, Possums sleep consultant and GP who shares heaps of excellent advice, tips and wisdom on breastfeeding and baby sleep as well as her own complex feeding journey.Naomi Chrisoulakis による
 
Jodi Wilson is a mother, a writer, a yoga teacher and an all-round wise woman. I look up to her immensely as someone who is a few steps ahead of me in the motherhood game and is living life with intention, purpose and clarity. Yep, I'm a fully fledged fan girl! In this episode, we chat about her new book, how on earth she managed to pack up her lif…
 
A new episode! And it's with the divine Keira Rumble, the CEO of Krumbled Foods (those Beauty Bites are the bomb) and Habitual Beauty, and a mother of one (not including her two amusing sausage dogs). In this chat, we talk about Keira's long and intense journey to motherhood, her premature labour and hospital stay, how she managed that around launc…
 
Rachel had her first baby via a forceps delivery. A few days later, the resulting third degree tear became infected. After months of unsuccessful treatment, she finally had surgery, and was medically cleared at 6 months postpartum. That experience left her with postpartum anxiety and PTSD. She discusses how both talk therapy and EMDR helped her pro…
 
Brianna’s first baby had jaundice, and she describes her challenges feeding in the hospital while having to keep him under the lights. She and her husband were living with her parents after her first birth, and she describes her postpartum experience as blissful. Her second postpartum experience started similarly with jaundice, but she was prepared…
 
Parvati was diagnosed with placenta previa 20 weeks into her pregnancy. She was put on bedrest at 26 weeks, and then had a C-section at 36 weeks. She describes how her physical recovery was affected by her weeks of bedrest. She also discusses how the judgement she experienced when she stopped pumping contributed to the anxiety she felt about all of…
 
Lauren found out that she had LFS just days before finding out that she was pregnant with her daughter Josie. After a planned home birth turned hospital induction due to IUGR, she describes her early weeks postpartum, including latch issues with her tiny baby, trying to get fasting blood sugar readings, and her own hospital visits for high blood pr…
 
After a non-medicated birth, Elizabeth had to go to the OR and have a spinal placed to have her “3.75” degree tear repaired. She dealt with low supply, likely due to IGT, and describes her journey of triple feeding and power pumping and trying all the galactagogues before starting to supplement with formula. She also had pain while nursing that end…
 
In part two of her episodes, Miranda shares her fourth postpartum experience. She talks about going through the grieving process of knowing she just had her last baby, only to get pregnant with number 5 around 7 months postpartum (just a month after gallstone surgery). You can find her on instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/randipaige_peace/ Jo…
 
Miranda has four kids (and is 14 weeks pregnant with her fifth). Having kids close together meant that her early postpartum experiences happened alongside her subsequent pregnancies. She needed surgery 5 months postpartum after her first baby to repair the damage from her 3rd degree episiotomy. After having her second baby, she went to counseling f…
 
Despite feeling a wave of exhaustion when she got home from the hospital, Alaina was unable to sleep. Once she got over the initial hormone crash, she started splitting nights with her husband to care for their baby, who didn’t sleep more than a few minutes if he wasn’t held. She used a lactation consultant to help with the unexpected challenges of…
 
Amy struggled to produce enough milk for her daughter and ultimately stopped breastfeeding, which she says really helped her to be present in her postpartum experience. She describes some postpartum anxiety, and how she went about finding herself again. Resources and links she mentioned: Bekah Martinez: https://www.instagram.com/bekah/ Expecting Be…
 
Morgan had some initial breastfeeding issues with the baby not transferring enough milk, as well as developing mastitis only days after the birth, and went on to have long term supply issues. She was also surprised that her baby only wanted to sleep on her chest for the first 11 weeks. She discusses the evolution of her daughter’s sleep, her return…
 
Aelwen began her postpartum experience on the operating table after an unexpected c-section. She was surprised at what she felt was a “vacuum of postpartum care” after leaving the hospital, especially regarding regaining her core strength. She loved having a doula every step of the way, including for processing her birth and for assistance during h…
 
Mindy shares her two postpartum experiences. Going into her first birth, she was hoping for a natural labor, but ended up being induced and getting an epidural. She felt present and in control, but still had to overcome feeling like this wasn’t a “real” birth experience. Her postpartum bliss was interrupted when doctors heard a murmur in the baby’s…
 
Madison felt prepared for postpartum, but had a few unexpected challenges to overcome along the way. After a precipitous birth, her baby wasn’t getting the milk he needed, and she soon realized that she had low milk supply. The sleep deprivation she experienced for the first six months was detrimental to her mental health, and she developed postpar…
 
Kayla was planning an unmedicated hospital birth and ended up having a c-section when her baby was breech. She describes the physical recovery from the surgery as intense. She had difficulty with breastfeeding and began triple feeding and supplementing in the hospital. She chose to exclusively pump during the day starting at 3 weeks postpartum and …
 
It's the season finale, and I hope you enjoy this conversation with Dr Sophie Brock as much as I did. Sophie is a mother and a sociologist, and she believes that the ‘social’ lens of understanding Motherhood is a critical part of the revolution in Motherhood. Her vision is for a Motherhood liberated from patriarchal structural constraints, and a pr…
 
Pthalates, BPAs, triclosan, oh my! When we get pregnant and have a baby, we want to avoid anything that could be harmful - which is why it's so devastating to realise that toxins linked to everything from developing alleriges and asthma to the damage of sex organs in fetuses are found in so many everyday items. When Alexx Stuart started learning ab…
 
Lyndi Cohen is a dietician, nutritionist and mum to an 8 month old, who used to struggle with food and her weight - and she's open about how pregnancy and postpartum have challenged her all over again. I love Lyndi's BS-free approach to wellbeing, both mental and physical, and her commitment to calling out diet culture. In this episode, we talk abo…
 
I'm joined by Lael Stone (https://laelstone.com.au/) on this episode to talk all things Aware Parenting and how it can help us find a happy middle ground between authoritarian and permissive parenting, through holding space, setting loving limits, meeting our own needs, and working through our own baggage. I love Lael! "We want to send them a messa…
 
In this episode, mum of two Bec Mackey shares how her second birth and immediate postpartum made her and her baby "square pegs in round holes" in the hospital system. Complications during the birth, her determination to establish breastfeeding and Covid restrictions eventuated in Bec being forced to navigate the system in a way that left her, liter…
 
Pinky McKay is one of Australia’s most recognised and respected babycare experts. In this episode, we talk about Pinky's own experience mothering four children and shutting out the "shoulds", what to expect from breastfeeding and baby sleep, and "lazy" parenting. She’s an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), and best-selling …
 
Megan van Genderen is a mother of two, stepmother of two and full time carer of her mother in law, who has dementia and Alzheimer's. Her fourth trimester with her second child was, let's say, a little different given her family makeup - they all live under one roof. In this episode, we talk about the challenges she's faced, and how she--as a nutrit…
 
Julie Tenner is a mother of four, an experienced facilitator of deep women’s work, a naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist, counsellor, doula, intimacy and relationships coach and co-host of the Nourishing the Mother podcast. Julie’s wisdom has been such an influence on my parenting journey, and I’m so honoured to have her on the podcast. In this epi…
 
Today I'm chatting to Kate Thomson about how her professional experience as a midwife and Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor informed her postpartum, and how she helps other women. ~ Traditional Chinese medicine protocol for postpartum ~ food prep ~ home birth ~ breast feeding supply issues ~ donor milk ~ matrescence And heaps more. Find Kate here…
 
Ninety two per cent of parents report increased disagreements with their partner in their first year of family. Sixty seven per cent are less happy in their relationship. And relationship concerns are a leading cause of anxiety or depression in pregnancy and early parenthood – affecting as many as 1 in 3 mothers and 1 in 5 dads. Enter Elly Taylor, …
 
In this week's episode, Bridget Brennan, journalist and former Europe correspondent for the ABC, tells her story of returning from London mid-pandemic to become a first-time mother. Despite moving back in large part for family support, border closures put an end to that plan. And after the crushing realisation that her mother wouldn't be able to be…
 
Going from one child to two was without a doubt the hardest part of my fourth trimester this time around, and I know I'm not alone. Whether it's your second child or your sixth, the change of family dynamics is a big shift that is keenly felt by our older children (and us!). In this episode, respectful parenting coach Alex Emms (@kidsflourish) shar…
 
Jess, a mum of one with another little one on the way, shares her rollercoaster postpartum and how she conquered anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation. With the help of a counsellor, she found the link between a past sexual trauma in her twenties and her birth trauma, processed it and is now expecting her second child. If this brings up anythin…
 
When should you start a baby on solids? What are the best first foods? How do you time it with milk feeds? What's the deal with baby led weaning and purees? I asked Luka McCabe--midwife, mum and nutrition consultant--to share some of her extensive wisdom on how to feed our tiny people and I learned a ton! Order her book, Milk to Meals, at www.boobt…
 
Kate is the deputy editor of Insight Out and a mother of two. In this episode, Kate generously shares her experiences with endometriosis, surprise pregnancy, c-section, attempted VBAC, tongue tie, mixed feeding and more.Naomi Chrisoulakis による
 
I'm thrilled to have renowned neonatal paediatrician Dr Howard Chilton join me for this episode. He's a wealth of knowledge, so I asked for his take on two questions that occupy new parents' minds: what's going on with my babies sleep? And do they have reflux? I found his take on both these issues both reassuring and revolutionary when I first came…
 
In this ep, Gabby - an old friend and yoga teacher - discusses her two really different first and second births (one hospital and one home birth) and postpartums (one that she didn't feel ready for and the next that she was very supported through). We chat about everything from placenta previa to breastfeeding and mum guilt, birth trauma and the st…
 
Rosie Ricketson is an artist and mother from Braidwood, New South Wales, and she offers women holistic pregnancy and postpartum support, education and coaching. In this episode, she shares the work she did and the support she set up to have a positive postpartum period with her daughter. To find out more about Rosie and how you can work with her: w…
 
Okay, you're past the first few months of motherhood, and you're just feeling... a bit crap. Listen in to hear the signs of postnatal depletion, what the physiological markers are and what exactly to do about it with naturopath, postpartum doula and mum of two, Kate Harrison. Because, as Kate says, you don't want feeling like crap to be your new no…
 
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