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August 22, 2022 31 min

Hey Mamas, and welcome to Episode 12 of the Raise Your Hand Motherhood Podcast!

Thank you for listening, and THANK YOU so much for being here - whether you're a regular listener, or a first-timer....a new mom, or an extremely experienced parent! It's been humbling and motivating to read every single ONE of your comments, emails, and reviews about the show so far. It’s what keeps me psyched about producing the next episode and the next episode and the next…and podcast production is not a teeny undertaking, I’ve very quickly learned!

In this episode, we're taking a look back at the first 11 episodes of the show, and recap-ing the most memorable and relatable motherhood moments! I'm also 'pulling back the curtain' a little bit and sharing all about the journey that is has been making the podcast!

Make sure you don't miss the last segment of the episode, where I share a few personal motherhood updates with you all. This podcast works because of the willingness of the guests (and its host!) to get vulnerable and honest, so I hope you enjoy this look back, and stick around until the end!

If you like what you hear, please give the podcast a 5-star rating and review on your podcast listening app of choice. If you have a comment, question, or suggestion for the show, you can reach me on Instagram @theraiseyourhandmotherhoodpod, or at www.raiseyourhandmotherhoodpodcast.com/contact.


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