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Anything goes with Samantha Episode 8

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Samantha
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about 1 year ago
In this episode, Samantha talks about postpartum weight loss struggles, breastfeeding and how it can suck sometimes, and maintaining a relationship with your partner during the postpartum period. Postpartum weight loss is a HUGE pain! But also being kind to yourself is important too! Here is the link to this episode. After you have a listen come back and let me know what you thought. I can't wait to talk more with you about this episode! You can also find all of the podcast episodes under the podcast tab on the site! https://www.chasinglittlebears.com/podcast/anything-goes-with-samantha-episode-8
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