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Every new mother hears that breast is best. Many decide to breastfeed so their baby has the best. But soon after birth, the days are often fraught with sleep deprivation and conflicting messages from peers, family members, and health care professionals. Later, negative messages from the media and critical comments from family members and others may trigger mothers to question their decision. Feelings of inadequacy, intimidation and societal pressure to wean can cause mothers to give up breas ...
 
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Pea in the Podcast is a podcast program dedicated to guiding and nurturing you through each stage of your pregnancy. Join other moms-to-be and the experts including doctors, midwives, doulas and authors as we guide you through each week of your pregnancy. In addition, we have gone in-depth on a range of pregnancy topics to bring you the latest news and information to make sure you make the most of this incredible journey to motherhood!
 
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Dianne Cassidy, IBCLC, and Abby Theuring, The Badass Breastfeeder, discuss everyday issues surrounding breastfeeding and motherhood, in ways everyone can relate to. This IS the Badass Breastfeeding Podcast!
 
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Approximately 7% of breast cancer patients are diagnosed before they reach age 40, and about 3% are diagnosed before age 35. A few are diagnosed before age 30. Since all of the women in these groups are of childbearing age, the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer affects their plans for pregnancy and breastfeeding. This creates many questi ...…
 
“Honey, my mom asked how long you plan to breastfeed our little guy. I think she was figuring you would wean him before too long.” “Honey, I haven’t put a time limit on us. I guess I wasn’t thinking about your mom’s opinion, since this is between me and my baby.” “Honey! Why are you getting so upset? I was just asking!” “I was listening to the ...…
 
A discussion of British bankers who bake quickly goes off the rails. Clint and Chris rank which countries are the best at banking, baking, and lovemaking. Clint claims there are five moves that most people use for a quality bedroom session. Chris reveals he only has one. A sound is made that you cannot unhear. An attempt at a serious discussion ...…
 
For the first time in the history of this illustrious podcast, three guests make an appearance. Brooke Betts comes on to talk about her husband's fashion and whether or not she contemplates divorce everyday. Rachel Swan, editor of The Beehive, joins for the news of the day: a meth transport gone wrong and a dog that shoulders the blame. Eli, wr ...…
 
Parents have anxiety because they can't stop checking their kids' grades in real-time. Clint reveals his method for ranking his children. Advice is given on how to leave your entire life behind. People also have anxiety because the Internet is not a private place. Chris reveals some alarming browser history. Advice is given on how junkyards can ...…
 
In episode 59 Eli, Meg, and special guest Alison Boerens talk Dick and all things Kirsten Dunst.By The Beehive.
 
The Wall Street Journal wrote an extensive profile on grazing tables, catered events where food is piled on tables and people graze. The grazers have a long list of problems and uncertainties. One woman doesn't want to touch meat. Another gives her food to a deer. Everyone learns that flies like food too. On the local beat, a woman stares down ...…
 
Today's podcast is an emotional rollercoaster. We begin with a NYT article about puppy packs, groups of people who dress up like dogs and roleplay. It is well worth your time. A study on red meat is discussed and confirms everything we already know about studies and experts. Things take a sharp turn via a Deseret News opinion column from Sam Ly ...…
 
Artificial intelligence is combing through social media for new flavors of food. Unicorn pudding makes an appearance, as does...sex strike? The abstinence habits of both Chris and Clint are discussed. A man hides in a ceiling. Another man is mad about billboards. A woman offers advice on whether or not a vegetarian should cook a Thanksgiving tu ...…
 
A boy blows into a straw to help people sleep. His YouTube channel is blowing up and the NYT did an extensive profile on this "online sandman." He pretends to put on your makeup. He gives a haircut to a wig. He blows into a coffee cup while his parents listen outside his bedroom. The world of ASMR is a strange, strange place. A woman crashes a ...…
 
John Huntsman is pondering a run at governor. Why? Seriously, we don't understand why anyone wants to be governor. The psychology of re-watching television shows is discussed and Chris takes umbrage. People can't make choices because there are too many choices? A scammer is scammed and his brother offers a choice quote. A divorced guy writes a ...…
 
A house in SLC is stockpiled with trash and everybody's favorite Get is on the case: Get Gephardt. Chris and Meg rename themselves as Garry and Gail. Despite the efforts of Get, Garry, and Gail, nobody can make these hoarders clean their own trash and taxpayers keep footing the bill. Garry tells a story about alien abduction and house foreclosu ...…
 
In Episode 58 Eli and Meg talk about The Downton Abbey movie, a movie where nothing happens and it's better for it.By The Beehive.
 
Self help books are the scourge of the earth. One in particular is touting insane ways to avoid technology, like making a price pact where you pay money to another for using your phone. Clint makes a price pact and immediately ponies up $10 to Chris. A long discussion is held about fu manchus, mustaches, and couples that bar each other from dre ...…
 
Utah hosted a bunch of events this week and we concentrate on the biggest: "Banned Books Week." Libraries take a stand against those who are angry about various books: loggers vs "The Lorax," fathers vs "Hop On Pop," and perverts vs "James And The Giant Peach." A spider licks her lips and a town in Wisconsin faints. Vaping is all the rage and e ...…
 
Most of us assume that babywearing is, well, nice; a new fad that might be fun to try. Fewer of us recognize it as a practice with ancient roots in hunter-gatherer societies. And scarcely anyone would consider it as a biological, psychological or sociological imperative for the modern family, and yet, perhaps we should. Join Marie and her guest ...…
 
“Honey, are you sure? Maybe you’re just having a bad day.” “I don’t know what I should do. I just know that I do not want to do this anymore today. I cannot bear the thought of having the baby on me right now. I know that sounds terrible, but its just how I feel.” “Ok honey. Why don’t you take a break for a while? Go relax, do something by your ...…
 
Against all odds, week three is in the books. A UTA employee steals $300K in coins and exchanges them at Wal-Mart. A woman goes on a date to Antelope Island where she is tossed high in the air by a buffalo. Her date was also attacked by a buffalo earlier this year. How is this even possible and why do these people keep hanging out with buffalo? ...…
 
Utah is reducing charges for a boatload of non-violent criminals. An opinion column starts to tackle the issue but devolves into closeted wolverines and ointment rubbing. Somehow it's crazier than it sounds.
 
The NYT interviews a bunch of wealthy 20-somethings who wonder why they have to work at all. Can we all just work when we want?!?! Some companies are offering this "flexible" scheduling as a perk to employees. Chris and Clint are confused. When someone is giving the choice between work or no work, doesn't everybody choose no work?…
 
Eli, Meg, and special guest Jordyn Canady of the Girl Meets Show podcast discuss the 1996 classic That Thing You Do. They wonder what happened to the Oneders. Maybe Capn' Geech And The Shrimp Shack Shooters.By The Beehive.
 
For the second straight week, the legality of topless women is discussed. A pending court case in Salt Lake has all the twists and turns of a topless thriller. Who was topless, who knew, and what is the fallout? A cross-country flight stops in Utah because of toilet problems. A woman cons young teens out of baked goods with counterfeit money. A ...…
 
In Silicon Valley, skin is thin. Chris and Clint tackle the subject of apologies: who wants them and who gives them? They offer to write anyone's apology, then discuss the worst quote the world has ever been given. No, most people aren't trying to make the world a better place.By The Beehive.
 
Secretly, everyone wishes they slept alone. A New York Times article contemplates the process of sleep divorce, aka separate bedding arrangements for committed couples. Chris and Clint give a resounding stamp of approval and as always, take things one step too far.By The Beehive.
 
New parents often hear that they should let the baby “cry it out” lest they “spoil” the baby. Many parents take such advice to heart and try strategies like “crying it out,” especially at naptime or bedtime. After all, the argument goes, how will the baby ever learn to settle himself? However, our understanding of brain development in infancy a ...…
 
“Honey, I am so uncomfortable in this nursing bra and I feel like my clothes don’t look quite right. The girls in my mom’s group were talking about Rumina. I haven’t heard of them tough.” “Oh honey, Abby is interviewing Amanda Hall from Rumina this week on the podcast! I didn’t listen, but I bet that will help with some guidance about nursing b ...…
 
In today's episode Clint and Chris discuss a news story that says old people are negatively portrayed in the media, the oddities of Trek, and Facebook's Australian experiment with likes. There is plenty of unhappiness to go around including NBA players unhappiness with their true height being revealed and how they're viewed by the public. In to ...…
 
An all tech episode leads Chris and Clint down a strange path. They apply for jobs at McDonald's using Amazon promise rings. Chris reveals his betrothal to an unmet person. Clint reveals he has a chest pouch filled with essential oils. Match.com gets slammed for scamming users and they want the public to know it was for money, not love. Instagr ...…
 
The Provo City Council is meeting to gather data on signs. Clint uses this as a platform to talk about ice cream and cigarettes. He reveals why he has the nickname Two Puff. A city councilman misunderstands what a strobe light is. An apology-not-apology is given by Mr. Fire Extinguisher. The Park City Smith's needs to build a fence to keep out ...…
 
The Deseret News Editorial Board believes society's trust in institutions is eroding and religious nones are to blame. Chris accepts the blame and promises to do better. The American public trusts in school principals for unknown reasons, according to research compiled by 13-year-olds. Walgreens is implementing a pilot program where winch drone ...…
 
A new law has been passed allowing women to go topless in Utah. A man named George offers his thoughts and is mad because he can't urinate behind a dumpster. Somehow these things are related? A man steals a car and sets himself on fire because karma is a bitch. A woman is watched by another woman while she sleeps. Chuck O'Rama patrons are peppe ...…
 
Today's episode is surprisingly serious. Chris and Clint talk about a NYT article on facts. Who makes them and why do we believe them? A discussion on authors and the publishing industry ensues. Chris makes a passionate plea for reading fiction. Utah's prison relocation efforts are being marketed as a generational opportunity. Is that true? The ...…
 
Maybe you believe that latching is an inborn ability. Maybe you think it’s odd that your newborn seems hungry, but he acts frustrated and even pulls away when you offer to nurse. You’ve had help from the nurse, the lactation consultant, the doctor, and others. But your baby still has difficulty latching. Is it possible that some musculoskeletal ...…
 
“Honey, I am frustrated that I have not lost all my baby weight yet. Some of the moms at my mothers group are going to start a diet. I wonder if I should join them.” “Honey, it’s only been a couple months since our little guy was born. Do you think a diet is a good idea?” “I don’t know. I am not sure what to do. The latest episode of the Badass ...…
 
On today's episode, the NCAA and California are warring over college athlete payments. Tim Tebow weighs in. Clint weighs in on Tim Tebow. A discussion of virginity and circumcision ensues. The Orem mayor pens an apology letter and Clint offers to pen anyone a personalized apology. Patrick Byrne, the former CEO of Overstock, resigns so he can bl ...…
 
It's opinion Thursday and that means one thing: Chris and Clint literally read opinion articles on air. It's horrific. A 40% marriage discount is offered to readers. Opinions are offered on scooters, then flag football parents. Corporate media is spying on you and nobody is surprised. Jaguars starting QB Gardner Minshew is offered $1M to teach ...…
 
The Beehive Daily is a daily podcast hosted by Clint Betts and Chris Rawle. It’s about the news, but also it’s not about the news at all. Listen on your ride home from work if you want to stay misinformed. On today's podcast, scammers reign. One lady buys $18,000 in gift cards for a Tinder date. Another attempts to pay social security with gift ...…
 
In episode 56 of Hive Mind Eli and Meg list their 5 favorite Disney animated musicals.By The Beehive.
 
The Beehive Daily is a daily podcast hosted by Chris Rawle and Clint Betts. On today's podcast, Utah is overflowing with people. Some think the Mighty Five is to blame. Others blame snow. Others still blame the tourism industry. Where the hell are all these people coming from? A tomato analogy is used. KFC's marketing campaigns are praised incl ...…
 
The Beehive Daily is a daily podcast hosted by Clint Betts and Chris Rawle. On the inaugural episode, families are crumbling. Obesity is rising. Golden toilets are being stolen. Are these things correlated? Who are the heroes and not heroes? Should we be concerned about teen sex or just teens? Why are we expressing our deepest fears to 18-year- ...…
 
You have decided to take the IBLCE Exam, but even before you get into study mode, you need to know plenty of facts about actually applying for the exam! Have questions? You are not alone! Join Marie in this special episode where she spills out 50 real questions that IBCLC candidates have asked her over the years. Get some straight answers about ...…
 
“Honey! Do you remember when my milk came in? I remember what it was like, but what did you think?” “Honey, I do remember. You were so worried but it was all ok. Why?” ‘Well, we were talking about this in my parent group today. One of the new mothers is worried that her milk isn’t coming in well and that she will not be able to breastfeed.” “Oh ...…
 
In episode 96, Chris and Meg rekindle an old discussion about penguins. An intoxicated woman calls 911 to report she is following a drunk driver but it ends up being herself. The topic of bad eyebrows is broached. Another woman visits the Philippines and tries to smuggle a baby through the airport. It does not go well. In her defense, she wante ...…
 
In Episode 55 Eli and Meg discuss the 1996 classic Matilda. Hot take: Miss Honey is bad?By The Beehive.
 
So your grandchild is being breastfed and you are not sure where your support needs to start or where your advice needs to end. Breastfeeding is a personal thing, shared by the mother and the baby. Yet, as the grandmother, sometimes you do know what is best—but should you say? You want to be helpful, but not too helpful. Listen as Jeanne Friebe ...…
 
“Honey, I went to the dentist today and they said I need some dental work done. They have to give me medicine and the dentist told me I will have to pump and dump my milk for 24 hours. I won’t be able to feed our little guy.” “Honey, are you sure about this? That’s kind of extreme.” “Yes, I am not sure what to do. Dianne and Abby are talking ab ...…
 
In episode 54, Eli, Meg, and special guest Cat talk Steel Magnolias and the performances that make it a film that stands the test of time.By The Beehive.
 
In episode 95, Chris and Meg continue pushing the limits of tampon talk. How much is too much? A woman named Linda threatens a dentist office. Chris gives a lengthy diatribe on sewage, biosolids, and sludge churning – Meg gags and offers her own tale of terrible odors. A woman not named Linda pretends to be her daughter while being busted for d ...…
 
Are your nipples tender, painful, sore, cracked, bleeding, dry, or infected? Have your friends—or even health care professionals—urged you to put some cream, ointment, oil or other product on your nipples? Would it work if you did? Which is a magic bullet—if any? Do these products prevent, or cure—both, or neither? Have any been proven to be sa ...…
 
“Hey honey, a topic came up at work today that I am hoping you can help with. People at work know you are breastfeeding our little guy. One of my co-workers is pregnant and she has to have a c-section. Would that impact breastfeeding?” “Hmm. That’s a good question honey. I have talked to a couple of new mothers who had c-sections, but I am not ...…
 
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