Today I was so happy to have Rachel Rambach back on the podcast. You may remember her first episode in episode 16 where we talked about her son Parker's postpartum year. Now that her daughter, Mia is one, I wanted to have her back on to talk about how that postpartum year was different than her first. Rachel is a board certified music therapist, business owner, blogger and fellow podcaster.
In this episode we talk about:
- How her daughter flipped transverse during labor and then flipped back
- Another plug for the importance of doulas!
- Watching your oldest child become a sibling
- Watching her business expand during her daughter's postpartum year
- How we beat ourselves up for not being present enough
- The challenge of caring for both kids at once
- Letting go of the guilt of putting kids in childcare to allow more space for work
- The importance of having people to help with your older child so you can bond with the new baby
- The physical demands of these little years
- The importance of asking for help - and particularly from your partner!
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