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Stacey Solomon has just had a baby...several years after her last baby! What's changed, how are things different, what's acceptable, what new stuff is there to make the process less daunting? In each episode Stacey sparks debate around all subjects surrounding childbirth and what it means to be a new mum in 2019. From friends popping in, to famous faces and even the possible inclusion of the man who got her into this mess (Joe Swash)....the conversation will flow and the topics will be covered in a similar way to Loose Women......but with parenthood at the centre of the show
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Stacey and Mrs. Hinch

Stacey and Mrs. Hinch

2020-01-0932:4714

Stacey invites round her good friend Mrs. Hinch and her hubby Jamie round for a chat. Listen and subscribe now, to Here We Go Again on Global Player, or wherever you get your podcasts! Twitter/Insta/FB/Web @StaceySolomon @JemmaSolomon Thanks to Google, the sponsors of this podcast, we’ll be talking about internet safety and ways that we can help children become safe and confident explorers of the online world. Find out more about their programme Be Internet Legends here - https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/. Or check out the Family Link App here - https://families.google.com/intl/en_uk/familylink/.
Stacey invites her mum and sister Gemma to compare their experiences of labour and birth. Gemma brings advice from her career as a Child Nurse, while mum Fiona compares the birth of her children and the experiences of the first days after her children where born. This episode is a cross section of Solomon family life, featuring baby Rex and Gemma's son Hudson Listen and subscribe now, to Here We Go Again on Global Player, or wherever you get your podcasts! Twitter/Insta/FB/Web @StaceySolomon @JemmaSolomon Thanks to Google, the sponsors of this podcast, we’ll be talking about internet safety and ways that we can help children become safe and confident explorers of the online world. Find out more about their programme Be Internet Legends here - https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/. Or check out the Family Link App here - https://families.google.com/intl/en_uk/familylink/.
In previous episodes, Stacey has recounted her struggle with labour, her desperate attempts to breastfeed and the traumatic experience she felt through wanting to keep her newborn son from harm now he was outside the safety of her body. In this episode, Stacey interviews her partner and father to baby Rex, Joe Swash. We hear how Joe felt in the first days of Rex's life, and how he coped with Stacey's fears and protective nature. In this touching episode, you get a real appreciation of what makes Joe and Stacey such a special couple, and the perfect parents to see the difficult first days of Rex's life through to a happy place. Listen and subscribe now, to Here We Go Again on Global Player, or wherever you get your podcasts! Twitter/Insta/FB/Web @StaceySolomon @realjoeswash Thanks to Google, the sponsors of this podcast, we’ll be talking about internet safety and ways that we can help children become safe and confident explorers of the online world. Find out more about their programme Be Internet Legends here - https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/. Or check out the Family Link App here - https://families.google.com/intl/en_uk/familylink/.
Thank you so much for listening to Here We Go Again. As you like this podcast, Stacey would like to recommend another show that you will absolutely love, Confessions of a Modern Parent. Popular television personality and Loose Women Panelist Nadia Sawalha sits down with her husband, Mark Adderley, to discuss the modern issues that face our teenage kids... and the style in which we parent. Listen and subscribe to Confessions of a Modern Parent on Global Player or wherever you get your podcast and Here We Go Again will be back with you on Thursday.
Stacey so desperately wanted to breastfeed her new born Rex. She wanted to feel the skin to skin relationship and the wholesome bond of nourishing her baby with her milk. But Stacey discovered that something wasn't quite right. And as time went by, breastfeeding became harder and more painful. Her milk flow became interrupted, her breasts became engorged and felt like they were on fire. Stacey felt terrible when she decided to stop her attempts to feed, and has always blamed herself. But in this episode, with Kerry from La Leche League, who's volunteers help mothers like Stacey with breastfeeding difficulties, we discover that things may not be as they seem. What if there was a perfectly reasonable explanation for what went wrong? Imagine the relief Stacey would feel. You can hear this incredible emotional and fascinating exchange between Stacey and Kerry from La Leche League right now. Listen and subscribe now, to Here We Go Again on Global Player, or wherever you get your podcasts! And if this episode affects you or someone you know, be sure to contact La Leche League for further information, details below: Twitter/Insta/FB/Web @StaceySolomon @LLLGB https://www.laleche.org.uk Thanks to Google, the sponsors of this podcast, we’ll be talking about internet safety and ways that we can help children become safe and confident explorers of the online world. Find out more about their programme Be Internet Legends here - https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/. Or check out the Family Link App here - https://families.google.com/intl/en_uk/familylink/.
Listen to Stacey recount the days straight after the birth of her baby Rex. She's joined by her good friend Nadia Sawalha, who helped her through the emotional struggle of accepting her baby's life outside the safety of her body. Stacey find's voice notes she sent to Nadia in Spain, just hours after the birth of baby Rex, where she's desperate for help and advice from her friend. This is an incredibly heart-warming listen into the importance of good friends, family support and a testament to how much Stacey and Joe endured in the first few days of rex's life after birth. Listen and subscribe now, to Here We Go Again on Global Player, or wherever you get your podcasts! Twitter/Insta/FB @StaceySolomon @nadiasawalhaandfamily @nadiasawalha Thanks to Google, the sponsors of this podcast, we’ll be talking about internet safety and ways that we can help children become safe and confident explorers of the online world. Find out more about their programme Be Internet Legends here - https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/. Or check out the Family Link App here - https://families.google.com/intl/en_uk/familylink/.
Joe thinks he's found a way to experience the pain of labour. Stacey disagrees. Join Stacey for an honest and open chat with her partner, midwife and mother about her recent labour and birth. You can hear all the details about her anxieties and fears leading up to the birth, her experience of labour and how desperate she became for an epidural, an end to the pain. With expert opinion from her midwife Tamsin, her mother and her partner Joe Swash, we follow Stacey's labour and birth in a blow-by-blow account that looks at everyone's perspective in detail. Even little baby Rex features in this episode! Listen and subscribe now, to Here We Go Again on Global Player, or wherever you get your podcasts! Twitter/Insta/FB @realjoeswash @StaceySolomon Thanks to Google, the sponsors of this podcast, we’ll be talking about internet safety and ways that we can help children become safe and confident explorers of the online world. Find out more about their programme Be Internet Legends here - https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en_uk/. Or check out the Family Link App here - https://families.google.com/intl/en_uk/familylink/.
Hear Stacey's honest and uncensored journey through pregnancy, birth and the early years of her baby Rex's life as she is joined by her family, friends and the healthcare professionals that helped her along the way. Stacey gives her reality to motherhood and isn't afraid to dive deep into the gory details, and tearjerking moments. Recorded at home with the Solomons, each episode is a slice of her family life, complete with baby Rex, husband Joe and even her mother ducking in and out with bits of advice. Sometimes, it gets a bit nuts! Listen and subscribe to Here We Go Again on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Comments (21)

kippykanoo

Walking my dog with a stupid goofy face, laughing at you two. Just listening to your experiences has made me remember things from having my 3 kids that I'd completely forgotten, so thank you for that 😊

Feb 14th
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Loulu Mullins

just subscribed and listened to you and Joe chat to Sophie and Jamie. it was brilliant, also love how Rex and Ronnie are chattering away in the background..

Feb 5th
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Hayley Young

I feel the pain of bleeding nipples even on day 1, luckily I was still in hospital and after constant feeding and a screaming baby that wouldn't sleep a support worker in the maternity ward suggested combination feeding as my baby was 9lb 12 and was desperately hungry and wouldn't last 3days for my milk to come in. He downed a bottle and finally stopped crying and slept. so thankful I was able to get support

Jan 31st
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Jane Cook

lol fab again i also had my leg up on my sisters shoulder to help push 🙈🙈😂😂 the things we do xxx

Jan 19th
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Nikki Hunt

Wow this has to be the rawest and most realistic depiction of what early motherhood is really like ❤ love your honesty Stacey and have welled up too many times to count. Every new mum should listen to this! And I'm currently pregnant with #2 and you are really helping managing my expectations this time around... just because I've done it all before doesnt mean it is going to be easy! 😂 x

Jan 3rd
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Annmarie

Oh my goodness, this made me cry so many times. Hearing your struggles, listening to the beautiful friendship between you and Nadia, hearing the way you are so there for each other and all women. It was such a moving, educational, inspiring and beautiful podcast. I'm a mother of 7 and breastfed them all with little problems but hearing this podcast really opened my eyes to the struggles so many women go through. This episode really has me wanting to be prepared for if my kids have babies and have difficulties if they choose to breastfeed. To know that it's not about pushing through the pain but that there is help available and mostly to just be there emotionally. P.s I'm totally with you Stacey on keeping people away from the tiny newborns. And I'm sure Nadia is right, that Rex will teach you so many things about yourself and help you continue to be the great mother you are. x

Dec 21st
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Beth Peters

Actually idolize Stacey 🌺

Dec 20th
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Belle

I needed to listen to this today. Thank you Stacey! I have really struggled still 12 weeks later with feeding and people wanting to feed him and I didn't want anyone near me or him. I felt guilty for that too! I remember calling my mum like you did Nadia relating that exact conversation. I just wanted to keep my baby. thank you for speaking out about this stuff ♥️

Dec 18th
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Katrina Carruthers

It's so wonderful to listen to an honest depiction of how difficult it can be as a mum! I love listening, it's so emotional and honest, thank you so much.

Dec 12th
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Lisa Bence

This really made me emotional. I too felt the only way to stop people coming near my baby was to breastfeed. I freaked out from about 6 months pregnant about anyone holding my baby. I was very lucky to manage to successfully feed for 14 months, but it wasn't without its issues, my daughter lost too higher a percentage of her birthweight so I was bordering on going back into hospital, I faught and faught and in the end a midwife came round each day and weighed her and as long as she gained something we could stay at home. I prayed that she wouldn't poo before the midwife arrived, every bit of weight counts 😂. It took me months to get over not wanting people holding her and definitely used feeding as an excuse, just so I didn't say no and hurt others feelings.

Dec 10th
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Julie Dawson

This show should come with a warning not to listen whilst driving to a meeting. 😭 Actual tears. So relatable and honest and brilliant to listen to. Keep it up lovely lady 😍

Dec 9th
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Leanne Spence

amazing women, amazing mum, just an amazing human we need more of you in this world 💗 @staceysolomon

Dec 5th
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Abi Bealey

I love how much it resonates me with... It was only 4 months ago I was experiencing almost everything you spoke about... Fab listen... I literally can't wait for your next one!! ❤️

Dec 5th
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Jane Cook

another fab listen stacey thank you for remibding me im.nirnal with what i felt lol 3rd baby boy of 4 months here with me too n like u yoid of thought id never had a child lol xx

Dec 5th
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Jane Cook

love it brought back my own memories ❤

Dec 4th
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Louise Jones

loved listening to this Stacey, brought back so many memories for me. I've had 3 boys, all different births and weirdly love giving birth xx

Dec 3rd
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Nicky Lettice

eeeek loves this so much, it took me right back to when i was having my little one. Loved listening to your honest account of things. AMAZING xx

Dec 2nd
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Amanda Towey

loved it amazing stacey, excited for the next 1. well done xx

Nov 28th
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Abi Bealey

Loved it ❤️ can't wait for the next one xx

Nov 28th
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Kealeigh Braund

amazing!! lovely listen!

Nov 28th
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