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Missing Home - Laura, The Glam Shamrock

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  • about 1 month ago
  • 35:17

Whether it’s a different country, county or simply outside your 5km, we are all missing home. In this episode we catch up with Irish mum Laura, The Glam Shamrock to talk about what it's been like living in the UK this year and missing Ireland. Dreaming of landing home in Dublin Airport with her son Flynn, Laura shares what thousands of Irish mums who live abroad feel like right now. We talk about Flynn’s c-section birth and her recovery, how she has spent her first year of motherhood away from the people she loves, how pandemic parenting has shifted her priorities, the positives and negatives of a lockdown maternity leave and how she felt returning to work. But above all, ahead of St. Patrick’s Day, how she feels about the next time she can be back on Irish soil. Ahead of St Patricks Day this week, we hope this episode supports everymum missing Ireland, missing home, right now. everymum the podcast is kindly supported by Waterwipes proven to be purer than cotton wool and water. This season is supported by one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months, WaterWipes, the worlds purest baby wipes. Made here in Ireland, WaterWipes are NOW 100% biodegradable and compostable wipes while being suitable for sensitive newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.Subscribe now to join our everymum community of over 225,000 mums in Ireland to receive your FREE GIFT BAG and a the support every mum needs.*Based on total market, value sales, YTD & L12W. Nielsen read 27th Dec. **Within 12 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Birth, Business and Building a Life you Love - Kim O’Sullivan

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  • 32 views
  • about 1 month ago
  • 48:22

In advance of International Women's Day our host Sinead O'Moore talks to Kim O'Sullivan, mum of three and owner of the award winning brow mecca The Dublin MakeUp Academy As a single mum in her 20’s Kim O’Sullivan was the last at creche to pick up her baby and yet not earning nearly enough. Kim had a dream, she had a talent and now after the birth of Calum, she had a purpose. And so she did what many are afraid to do - she left her job and embarked on a journey to becoming the business owner of the award winning The Dublin Make Up Academy, and she fell in love and has welcomed two more babies into this world - Alex and only a few weeks ago, her baby girl Indie was born. We talk about how different an experience these births were, how her family are what give her the drive to pursue her business dreams and how through really believing in yourself, you can create the life you love. everymum the podcast is kindly supported by Waterwipes proven to be purer than cotton wool and water. This season is supported by one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months, WaterWipes, the worlds purest baby wipes. Made here in Ireland, WaterWipes are NOW 100% biodegradable and compostable wipes while being suitable for sensitive newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.Subscribe now to join our everymum community of over 225,000 mums in Ireland to receive your FREE GIFT BAG and a the support every mum needs.*Based on total market, value sales, YTD & L12W. Nielsen read 27th Dec. **Within 12 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Our Autistic World - Amanda, The Autistic Educator

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  • 35 views
  • about 2 months ago
  • 53:00

Meet Amanda McGuinness, an incredible women and mother to 4 children - daughter Hayley and three autistic boys Conor, Jack and Max. The arrival of Conor, Amanda's first son has taken her on an an exceptional 11 year journey from struggling to reach a diagnosis for her little baby to herself being diagnosed as autistic as an adult and now has become one of the leading autistic advocates in Ireland supporting thousands of families through littlepuddins.ie and the autistic educator.Here with our host Sinead O'Moore she talks about those early signs, the judgements of others, how incredibly important finding a support system was for her and how her boys have transformed her life as she now understands and loves who she is.*Trigger WarningThis journey is transformative and full of positivity and pride, but it also came with terribly low mental health days as Amanda describes the suicidal thoughts she experienced at the height of a period of depression which may effect listeners. We want to thank Amanda for her honesty in discussing this with us as talking more openly really is the solution. If you need to talk about the issues raised in this episode please reach out to:autism.ieasiam.iePieta HouseSamaritanseverymum the podcast is kindly supported by Waterwipes proven to be purer than cotton wool and water. This season is supported by one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months, WaterWipes, the worlds purest baby wipes. Made here in Ireland, WaterWipes are NOW 100% biodegradable and compostable wipes while being suitable for sensitive newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.Subscribe now to join our everymum community of over 225,000 mums in Ireland to receive your FREE GIFT BAG and a the support every mum needs.*Based on total market, value sales, YTD & L12W. Nielsen read 27th Dec. **Within 12 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Do It For You - The Beaut Truth, Sinead Kavanagh

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  • 98 views
  • about 2 months ago
  • 44:41

Out of something bad, must come something good, and sometimes all we need to do is to just go for it. This week, host Sinead O'Moore talks to Sinead Kavanagh, mum of two and creator of The Beautiful Truth about her positive mental attitude, her family priorities and how after being diagnosed with cervical and then thyroid cancer she found herself motivated to do something for her. Setting up her blog while recovering gave her a purpose each day and she built a community of like minded people to connect with and it's now given her more financial security and freedom to spend more time with her children.And for so many of us right now, that’s what we need.This past year has wildly shifted our priorities and what we want to get out of life. So whether it’s a new home, a new job, getting your health checked, another baby or a new passion - start today, do it for you. everymum the podcast is kindly supported by Waterwipes proven to be purer than cotton wool and water. This season is supported by one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months, WaterWipes, the worlds purest baby wipes. Made here in Ireland, WaterWipes are NOW 100% biodegradable and compostable wipes while being suitable for sensitive newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.Subscribe now to join our everymum community of over 225,000 mums in Ireland to receive your FREE GIFT BAG and a the support every mum needs.*Based on total market, value sales, YTD & L12W. Nielsen read 27th Dec.  **Within 12 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Our Rainbow Baby - Suzanne Kane

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  • 33 views
  • 2 months ago
  • 53:58

everymum the podcast is back and to kick off season 4 supported by WaterWipes we have an amazing giveaway for you - enter hereTo kick off season 4 our host Sinead O'Moore have a story with a very happy ending as broadcaster and mum of 3 Suzanne Kane talks to us about Sadie, her 2020 Rainbow baby. In December 2019 Suzanne heard those words she never expected to hear “there is no heartbeat”. Bruised with sadness she did what many of us do and put on a brave face, suppressed all that emotion, pretended it didnt happen and didn’t dare dream for another chance. But in the midst of all that went wrong in 2020, something went very very right and as Suzanne explains, Sadie, the measure of her dreams was born. Here, in Suzanne's very warm honest and witty way we talk about how she felt through her grief, and her joy, her pandemic pregnancy & birth and the love upon meeting her gorgeous girl at the end of her rainbow. If you have experienced miscarriage and need to talk, you’ll find links to incredible support services here:For the support you need:FeileacainAnam CaraMiscarriage Association of Ireland Pregnancy & Infant Loss IrelandA Little Lifetime Association everymum the podcast is kindly supported by Waterwipes proven to be purer than cotton wool and water. This season is supported by one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months, WaterWipes, the worlds purest baby wipes. Made here in Ireland, WaterWipes are NOW 100% biodegradable and compostable wipes while being suitable for sensitive newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.Subscribe now to join our everymum community of over 225,000 mums in Ireland to receive your FREE GIFT BAG and a the support every mum needs. *Based on total market, value sales, YTD & L12W. Nielsen read 27th Dec. **Within 12 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.