Welcome to The Modern Midwife podcast.
Sharing the journey of parenthood through stories, expert opinion and of course parents themselves.
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Anna talks about how Western culture impacts motherhood
On this episode I talk to my old school friend Anna. Between having two little girls via emergency C-section she has moved from Cornwall to Paris to Cardiff to Newcastle because Josh, her fiancé, is a professional rugby player. We talk openly about how motherhood can sometimes be undervalued by Western culture and Anna gives her advice to any mums struggling with loneliness.
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I talk to Child.org about their misson in Kenya
I'm privileged to be a voluntary communications partner for Child.org
because just like me they believe every child deserves an equal opportunity. They are a really different kind of "modern" charity so I went to their head office to have a look and chat about how the company runs, what they do to help and how you can get involved! Listen to find out what you can do to help and check out their website https://child.org/
Veganism and C-sections
On this weeks episode I talk to Helena, who's a midwife, vegan and 25 weeks pregnant with her second baby. She has an emergency section with her first Luna and is planning an elective this time round. Catch up with what she's got to say about her diet and C-section preparation tips.
This week I'm talking to Danny, a mum of one to beautiful Ava and sexual assault specialist .
We are talking openly and honestly about birth and those early postnatal days. Danny has some great advice for all mummas!
Fathers Day Theme
Welcome to The Modern Midwife podcast. Sharing the journey of parenthood through stories, expert opinion and of course parents themselves.
This weeks theme is: Fathers Day
Guest: My dad, who had his first born, me, at 28 years old, then my sister 31 and brother 32. At one point he had 3 kids under 5 he’s got an IQ of 150 and here is what he has to say about fatherhood...