Lynn April has two little boys, ages 2 and 4. She shares her journey with infertility, how it affected her mental health, differences between her pregnancies and postpartum depression and anxiety with each child, and also about Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP). Lynn is a professional food blogger and certified personal trainer with a focus on pre/postnatal fitness.
If you are anything like me, while you’re listening to Lynn you will be nodding your head, silently saying, “yep me too” throughout the episode!
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Fresh April Flours Website
@freshaprilflours on Instagram
Bent On Better - Gym Website
@bentonbettermoms on Instagram
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