The season of postpartum can be a lot for new moms. Sleep deprivation, healing from the delivery and not to mention your hormones completely changing! Nothing is the same! In this latest episode of Hope Reclaimed, in this series on Motherhood, Ellie Collins interviews Ashley Pullar, a postpartum nurse all about this challenging and beautiful season of life.
What we cover in this episode:
- The upside of baby-brain
- The importance of the hormone oxytocin
- Combatting anxiety
- Breastfeeding hurdles
- And more!
Ashley Pullar’s Bio
Ashley Pullar is a wife and mother of 3 children aged 5 and under. She has spent her career as a nurse in the postpartum and pediatric fields but has recently taken time off to be at home. Ashley is currently leading a community at church for women entering into and living in the stage of postpartum adjustment. Her desire is to empower women with the knowledge needed to care for themselves and fall in love with their babies as they embrace all of the opportunities that season holds. She is also a pro life advocate and intercessor seeking ways to support women in crisis pregnancies throughout their births and child rearing.
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