I’m so appreciative of the fact that every guest I’ve interviewed for the podcast has been willing to open up and share her (and his!) very personal stories. This week’s guest is no exception; Lesleigh Zundt and I had a conversation about the not-so-fun side of motherhood: baby blues and postpartum discussion.
But we also celebrated her triumphs, including keeping up a regular pumping schedule for an entire year, even when it meant doing so in her car on a regular basis. Working moms who pump are kind of my hero (and motivate me to keep it up!).
Lesleigh talks about pursuing her music therapy degree while raising a young daughter, overcoming baby blues after the birth of her son, and her adventures in pumping as a working mom in Episode 34 of the Guitars & Granola Bars podcast.
Be sure to check out the show notes page for more information about Lesleigh, along with links to the resources she mentions in the episode.
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