MamaBetes

31 | When Carleigh Met Isobel

January 28, 2021
MamaBetes
31 | When Carleigh Met Isobel
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MamaBetes
31 | When Carleigh Met Isobel
Jan 28, 2021

This week the MamaBetes team bring you the birth story of Carleigh and Isobel. Isobel, or Bel as you'll hear her referred to more frequently, was born in via elective caesarean in February 2018 and is the first baby to join Carleigh and her husband Drew earthside.

If you would like to check out what Carleigh and Isobel get up to more regularly, you can find her on Instagram @_carleigheastlake_.

Make sure you subscribe to us wherever you listen to your podcast so you never miss an episode, and leave us a review so that others can find us too. Please jump over and find us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. The MamaBetes team love connecting with you on these platforms! To reach out, please email us at [email protected].

If during this podcast series you feel you need to reach out for additional support, please contact your usual treating team, PANDA's National Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Helpline on 1300 726 306 or LifeLine on 13 11 14 outside of PANDAs operating hours.

If you  are interested to learn more about traumatic birth we highly encourage you to seek further information through PANDA, who have a section of their website dedicated to Childbirth Trauma. We also encourage you to contact the Australasian Birth Trauma Association if you feel that you may have experienced a traumatic birth and wish to seek peer support or additional resources.

Show Notes

This week the MamaBetes team bring you the birth story of Carleigh and Isobel. Isobel, or Bel as you'll hear her referred to more frequently, was born in via elective caesarean in February 2018 and is the first baby to join Carleigh and her husband Drew earthside.

If you would like to check out what Carleigh and Isobel get up to more regularly, you can find her on Instagram @_carleigheastlake_.

Make sure you subscribe to us wherever you listen to your podcast so you never miss an episode, and leave us a review so that others can find us too. Please jump over and find us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. The MamaBetes team love connecting with you on these platforms! To reach out, please email us at [email protected].

If during this podcast series you feel you need to reach out for additional support, please contact your usual treating team, PANDA's National Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Helpline on 1300 726 306 or LifeLine on 13 11 14 outside of PANDAs operating hours.

If you  are interested to learn more about traumatic birth we highly encourage you to seek further information through PANDA, who have a section of their website dedicated to Childbirth Trauma. We also encourage you to contact the Australasian Birth Trauma Association if you feel that you may have experienced a traumatic birth and wish to seek peer support or additional resources.