Rookie Motherhood with Whitney Moss & Heather Flett: The Home Hour Episode 26

If you’re a new mom, you’ve probably found yourself facing some tricky questions, like: how the heck do I manage a trip to the grocery store with a new baby? And wait, once I’ve done my shopping, how do I get both the baby and the groceries back in the house at the same time?

Whitney Moss and Heather Flett started to address obstacles just like this one and help moms get out and enjoy more time with (and without!) their babies. On the show today the three of us discuss how the “rookie mom” experience has evolved over the years, the decision to add more babies to the family and how technology is changing motherhood and infancy. 

Also, Kate Hanley is back on the show to discuss simple, quick things you can introduce more serenity into your daily life. From “kitchen yoga” to easy meditation (promise!) you’ll love her tips and be able to put them into practice today.

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