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Parents in the Know Podcast Episode 13 – My Story 2: Pregnancy and Nausea

Parents in the Know

 

My Story 2 – Pregnancy and Nausea

This is the 13th episode of my podcast for parents and families who want to be in the know about major parenting concerns and issues. Pregnancy and Nausea is the topic under discussion today.

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See the show notes and great resource links below. Please leave a comment here or email Emily M Morgan at writetoemhere@gmail.com if you’d like a topic discussed on the podcast, or if you have something to say about the content on this podcast. I can’t wait to hear from you!

 

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Show Notes

Today on Parents in the Know, Emily M Morgan will tell you a bit more about her pregnancy journey and her experiences.

In the first episode of this mini series I talked about my experiences. I talked about how I conceived my first child and we looked at the process of donor insemination. I said at the beginning of that episode that I realized several things around the time I became a parent. I realized my life’s dream. But there were some discoveries which were not so wonderful. There was the realization that what you imagine is not always what life gives you.

Follow Emily M Morgan’s story and learn how she discovered that pregnancy is not the happy bird song la-la land she imagined it would be. Discover how nausea and low blood pressure made every day of the nine months into an exercise in endurance instead of a time for joy and celebration.

Next week on Parents in the Know, we will investigate smacking – that contentious form of disciplining your child, why we do it, its effects and its alternatives. Tune in for a look at this time-honoured practice which for many no longer seems appropriate in today’s society. Smacking Your Child, next time on Parents in the Know.

Thanks for listening.

 

 

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