How Baby’s Personality May (Or May Not) Predict Big Kid Character Traits: The Mom Hour, Episode 181

Can a wild toddler become mellow teen? A shy preschooler an outgoing tween? Or do our littles’ personalities predict their big kid identities? As usual, we’re saying it’s a little of both, or somewhere in the middle. In this week’s episode Meagan and Sarah break down our combined eight kids and how they were as babies and toddlers vs. what they’re like today. PLUS Alison Thompson joins Sarah to discuss postpartum recovery. Join us!

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Queue It Up!

If you haven’t already, please take a listen to Voices Episode 31, Meagan’s conversation with Asha Dornfest. If you’re looking for something from farther back in the archives, check out Sarah’s interview with Sarah Stewart Holland from October, 2016.

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