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Newbies

By Parents On Demand Network | Pregnancy Magazine

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Description

Join us as we guide new mothers through their baby’s first year of life. Newly postpartum moms celebrate the excitement of becoming new parents, as well as the emotional and physical struggles of recovering from childbirth and caring for a newborn baby. The show is part of the Parents On Demand Network.

Customer Reviews

Why so many commercials?!

I want to like this podcast because I think the information within can be really helpful and valuable for new mothers, but jeeze, 12 min of commercials before they even get into the show?! What a waste of my time!

Very informative and relatable

Your podcast is so informative and helpful. I enjoy and find it relatable as you share stories and experiences and also provide information about the topic. It’s hard to find good podcasts sometimes that aren’t too drawn out and boring, but I find I’m always interested in your entire show. Can’t wait to listen to more! Thanks!

Pregnant and new mommas: subscribe to all new Mommy media podcasts

When I was pregnant I wanted to learn as much as possible and I found the Preggie Pals podcast. I binge listened to all of them. Once I had my baby and returned back to work I was craving a connection and something and someone to relate to and all of the other New Mommy Media podcasts helped get me through. They gave me a release and reassurance and gave me a way to relate to other mommas and their experiences. There is a definite pattern to all of the episodes that you get used to after a few listens. The only reason I doc a star is because sometimes the transition into an ad is abrupt and startling.