Today I enjoyed chatting with Karen Johnson about her birth and postpartum stories. Karen is a work-at-home mom freelancer. She blogs at The 21st Century SAHM. She has also been featured on some larger sites such as Scary Mommy & Huffington Post, and is a contributing writer in two other anthologies: Lose the Cape: Never Will I Ever (and then I had kids!) and What Does It Mean to be White in America? as well as The Postpartum Year.
In her episode we talk about:
- The switch she felt when she decided to leave teaching to be a stay-at-home mom after her first baby was 9 months old.
- Figuring out how Stay-at-Home moms make friends
- Transitioning to being a Work-at-Home Mom as a writer
- The importance of remembering our partner's struggles too
- The pride of making it happen every single day
- The struggle of a lack of praise and evaluation for being a mom
- The importance of finding something that is just for you outside of motherhood
This episode of the Postpartum Podcast is sponsored by Earth Mama Angel Baby. Earth Mama Angel Baby has been safely nurturing pregnant women and babies for over a decade with trusted, certified organic and natural herbal products formulated to support the entire journey of childbirth, from pregnancy through postpartum recovery, breastfeeding, and baby care, and even baby loss. Listeners can get 20% off your order with the code"Postpartum20" at checkout.
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