Matt and Becca take you along on their pregnancy journey by sharing the good, the bad, and the...gross? Join The Bristows as they navigate their journey into parenthood in raw, relatable, and lighthearted weekly episodes.
Week 21: The Reveal
In this episode, Matt and Becca discuss week 21 of Becca's pregnancy. They share how the baby is developing, Becca's current symptoms, how her latest midwife appointment went and the discussion she had about trying to avoid something she experienced with her first birth. They also share all about their gender reveal, and whether or not they are having a baby boy or a baby girl!
Week 20: Potty Training
In this episode, Matt and Becca discuss week 20 of their pregnancy with baby #2. They share what's going on with baby's growth and development, their thoughts on how their big 20 week anatomy scan went, and lastly their major potty training fail.
Weeks 18 + 19: Overextended
In this episode, Matt and Becca discuss weeks 18 and 19 of this pregnancy. They cover baby stats, the consequences of being a little too busy and overextending a bit too much, an update on the vein situation, plus (finally!!) a rebound for Becca.
Week 17: Granny Veins
In this week's episode, Matt and Becca discuss week 18 of this pregnancy. They share current baby stats, details of Becca's latest midwife appointment, as well as her latest symptom, one in which she's never experienced before: varicose veins. She explains what they are, what it's like living with them, and whats she's doing to keep them under control until the baby is born.
Week 15+16: End in Sight
In this episode, Matt and Becca discuss weeks 15 and 16 of this pregnancy. They chat baby development milestones, a promising turnaround on symptoms, a major item checked off Becca's to-do list, and an early morning fail.
Week 14: Chicken Trauma
In this week's episode, Becca and Matt discuss the happenings of the 14th week of pregnancy. They discuss a medication mistake, Becca's first work trip in a while, and a new symptom she's never experienced before in pregnancy. They also share a bit of a traumatic story with one of their beloved chickens, but never fear - there is a happy ending here!