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The year Evan turned 19, his mother died, and he became a father. He put aside his college plans and chose to raise his son. 15 years and another kid later, Evan gets candid about his struggles as a young dad and how he's now taking the time to discover who he is beyond the role of "parent". Interviewed by LeNora, his sister, who is not a parent, by choice, Evan shares his journey with humor and some sibling banter.
 
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Yoga | Birth | Babies

Deb Flashenberg and Independent Podcast Network

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Take ownership of your pregnancy, birth, and parenthood! Join Deb Flashenberg as she dives into conversations with some of the world’s leading pregnancy, birth, yoga and baby experts. Deb and her guests are voices of calm and reason, sharing practical, relevant and insightful information that is helpful for people at all stages of parenting. These lively conversations will inform and entertain you as you embark on this new phase in your life. Deb is the founder and director of the Prenatal Y ...
 
Where parenthood meets professional development: Hosted by Amy Lynch and covering all things business, flexible and remote work with kids! The Mixing Babies And Business ™ Podcast features inspiring guests who’ve been showing up as their full selves as parents in professional environments, creating community and advocating for change. Join our movement. Bring your kids. Learn more at: mixingbabiesandbusiness.com
 
First Breaths to First Steps is a podcast for new parents in need of reliable answers to their baby questions! It is hosted by Bev Garrison, a 25-year veteran in pediatric healthcare, who shares not only her clinical expertise but practical recommendations straight from her first-hand experience as a mother of three. Bev has been working with families like yours for more than two decades and is here to provide you with the guidance you need to raise a healthy baby while experiencing the joy ...
 
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What is Fertility Awareness Method also known as FAM? Well, it’s a method you can use to help you know the window in which you can conceive or the window in which if you don’t want to conceive you can abstain. There’s so much more to it. I’m just giving you the tip of the iceberg. And I have to say in full disclosure, that years ago when I was gett…
 
Taking medication while breastfeeding, even taking something as common as Tylenol can be controversial. So what about parents on or who need to start taking medicine like Zoloft, Prozac or other psychotropic medications? Is it safe for both parent and new baby? Today we’re going to talk all about postpartum anxiety and postpartum depression medicat…
 
What does breastfeeding look like in the first week of a baby's life? Sometimes as new parents we keep thinking feed the baby, feed the baby, but babies have tiny tummies! While we may think they should be gulping down full breasts of milk, I learned years ago from today’s guest, that all a baby needs in the first day or so is a teaspoon! In today’…
 
Births don't always go how we plan! This is our dear friend and colleague's birth story where she planned a birth center birth but her baby had other plans! Angel shares with us how she prepared for a positive labor and birth and how much her midwife and doula made her birth and postpartum so special. Connect with Angel: @baskfamilywellness Connect…
 
The first trimester, wow. It can be a bear for some of us. I know my first trimesters were rough, and many of us go through those difficulties on our own. It can be incredibly uncomfortable, exhausting, isolating, and full of emotional ups and downs. I knew my friend Francesca was having a difficult time with her first trimester, so I invited her t…
 
When I was pregnant with my first, instead of asking for clothes, onesies, and all of the stuff babies come with I asked for hours with a postpartum doula. My friends pooled their money and got me a day of postpartum doula support and it was the best gift I received. My husband and I were literally waiting on pins and needles for our doula to arriv…
 
This week Eleanor and Alex discuss ways to help shorten the initial stage of labor and avoid the dreaded 'back labor" you've been warned about from everyone and their mama. Websites we mention in this episode: http://www.milescircuit.com https://www.spinningbabies.com Connect with us on social media! https://www.instagram.com/inthefamilywaypodcast/…
 
This episode is one of my favorite things we do on the podcast, sharing community birth stories. We have different members of our online or in-person community share their experiences. I love it. Not only do I love getting to know our community members a little bit better but I think it’s so important to put out a variety of birth experiences. Ther…
 
Did you know that one in five new parents and pregnant folks have a PMAD (Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorder)? About ten percent of the cases come from having a traumatic birth. These are huge numbers and these are just the reported cases. It’s more likely that one in three pregnant people and new parents have a PMAD. Given how incredibly prevalent …
 
Did you know that mobility and flexibility increase in the pregnant body? And that this “borrowed flexibility” lingers in the postpartum body? Thanks to the hormones of pregnancy, primarily relaxin our ligaments relax to allow space in our pelvis to deliver a baby. Unfortunately relaxin doesn’t just go straight to our hips, it loosens the ligaments…
 
Have you seen the letter from a certain OBGYN office in NY telling their clients to not make birth plans and to just blindly trust their judgment? This week we discuss why this isn't only rude, but can be straight up DANGEROUS. Connect with us! https://www.instagram.com/inthefamilywaypodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/InTheFamilyWayPodcast ITFW @int…
 
Do you know how long you’ll be allowed to push at your upcoming birth experience? Or what position(s) you can birth in? How about how long you’ll be allowed to be pregnant without having an induction? There are many things you might butt up against during pregnancy and birth that you didn’t plan on, and hearing that care you expect is “… against ou…
 
Today we have a community birth story. I love getting to know our community members better. Oftentimes they’re people I’ve had in class, so it’s nice to dive a little bit deeper. I also really appreciate that while the stories are unique there’s still a relatable foundation that we hear birth after birth after birth. In this episode of Yoga| Birth|…
 
Did you know that early caregiving experiences can boost mental wellness and diminish depression, anxiety, and addiction in adulthood? From 0-3 our little ones have extremely pliable brains. Not only are their sensory and motor systems developing but their emotional brain and stress systems are developing too! The best part, we can help shape baby’…
 
Inductions occur for a variety of reasons, sometimes they’re wanted and medically necessary but sometimes expectant parents feel like they’re being pressured into one. So why would or should someone be induced? And if your care provider is suggesting one, how do you navigate that conversation? In this episode of Yoga| Birth| Babies I speak with mid…
 
Close your eyes and think about what you hope the first moments after your baby is born will be. You might be imagining cuddles, skin to skin contact, or little one crawling up you for their first feed. However in addition to the cuddles, there are a number of routine procedures your little one will need to go through to ensure their health. From e…
 
I love community birth stories. I think it’s fantastic to hear about a variety of different birth experiences, maybe something different than you’ve imagined or you had. It’s also a wonderful way for me to reconnect with our students and the community at PYC. In this week’s episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies I speak with new Mom, Hannah Weaver. There are…
 
Having a baby is expensive, but how much does it really cost? Even with insurance supporting you, there can be a number of surprising costs. So how can parents to be plan for the bill? In today’s episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies I speak to naturopathic doctor Dr. Ashley Burkman whose personal experiences navigating health care costs have led her to spe…
 
Welcome back for part 2 of our Mother’s Day Special! Over the years I have had the honor of speaking to some truly incredible professionals in the perinatal field. Choosing my favorite episodes was a difficult task so we decided to release a second episode as our gift to you! In this best of episode we talk about feeling sexy as a mother, overcomin…
 
Sunday is Mother’s Day and we have a very special 2 part episode this week in celebration! In honor and gratitude to all of the mothers and mother figures in our community we put together an episode filled with insight and advice from some of my favorite episodes about motherhood. In this best of episode we talk about self care as a mother, finding…
 
I’m so happy that the pelvic floor is finally getting its moment to shine. This incredibly important set of muscles impacts our breath, continence, helps keep our organs in place, and affects our day to day comfort. It certainly deserves our attention! However not all of the information people are sharing about it is factual and some of these myths…
 
April is Cesarean Awareness month, and since roughly one third of American Babies are born this way I thought this episode was incredibly important to re-release! Cesarean sections rank among the top surgical procedures given in the US. Since it’s such a common procedure, it can be easy to forget that it’s major abdominal surgery. New parents are s…
 
Doula work isn't all birth and babies! Did you know that DEATH doulas are a thing?? This week Alex and Eleanor discuss the other types of doulas and how they can support their clients! Connect with us! https://www.instagram.com/inthefamilywaypodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/InTheFamilyWayPodcast ITFW @inthefamilywaypodcast Alex @htxwombservice Ele…
 
As expectant parents we spend so much time preparing for birth and life with a baby, often we forget about the recovery our bodies and minds need after labor. Between our culture and our medical system healing from birth is greatly overlooked and under discussed. In this episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies we turn the attention back to the birth parent. I…
 
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