This week on The Mommy Labor Nurse Podcast I have a birth story to share with you guys from Bryce Reddy who you probably know as @mombrain.therapist over on Instagram. Bryce is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor & mom of 3! She started her page, Mom Brain Therapist as a way of helping bring mental […]

This week on The Mommy Labor Nurse Podcast I have a birth story to share with you guys from Bryce Reddy who you probably know as @mombrain.therapist over on Instagram.

Bryce is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor & mom of 3! She started her page, Mom Brain Therapist as a way of helping bring mental health practices and habits into everyday life so that parents can find more patience, presence, and peace during this season of life – because it truly is the little things we do every day that make the biggest difference.

On this episode, Bryce shares the birth of her third “surprise” baby! Bryce struggled with postpartum mental health issues after the births of both of her first two babies, and while pregnant with her third, very unexpected pregnancy, she was pretty nervous about her mental health – not only in her postpartum period but during her pregnancy as well.

You’ll hear Bryce open up about her struggles, what it was like to navigate this unexpected pregnancy, and the amazing birth story of her third kiddo.

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About Bryce Reddy

Bryce Reddy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has spent years walking parents through the ups and downs of parenthood.

And as a mom of 3, she’s had her own ups and downs too!

She started her platform, Mom Brain Therapist, as a way to bring mental health practices and habits into everyday life so that parents can find more patience, presence and peace during this season of life.

Because it truly is the little things we do every day that make the biggest difference.

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Liesel Teen, BSN-RN
Founder, Mommy Labor Nurse

Meet your host

Hi there. I'm Liesel!

As a labor and delivery nurse, I've spent countless hours with women who felt anxious — even fearful — about giving birth. I want you to know it doesn't have to be that way for you!

When you know what to expect and have the tools to navigate the experience, you'll feel confident and in control.

I believe you deserve a better birth — no matter how you deliver.