Mamamia’s podcast Hello Bump returns for second season

Mamamia, in collaboration with Huggies, has today launched the second season of its podcast Hello Bump.

The announcement:

Mamamia’s award-winning podcast, Hello Bump, is back for a new season of pregnancy real talk.

Co-created with Huggies and launching today, this second series sees executive editor Jessie Stephens (currently pregnant) and online creator and mum of two, Gemma Pranita, guide expecting parents through the confusion with candid, practical, and funny insights.

From peeing on a stick, to the first six weeks at home with a newborn, Jessie, Gemma and a team of experts will hold your hand throughout the whole journey. There’s no nonsense and no baby talk. Just 10 weekly episodes filled with all the stuff no-one ever tells you about growing a little human.

Elissa Ratliff, head of podcasts & deputy editorial director at Mamamia, said: “We’re delighted to bring back Hello Bump. A lot has changed since season one in 2017, but one thing that hasn’t changed is how completely overwhelmed expecting parents feel. In this new season we’ve teamed up with Huggies to create a genuinely helpful – and hilarious – guide to pregnancy.”

Philippa Gagg, head of Huggies brand at Kimberly Clark, said: “We are so excited to be partnering with Mamamia for a new season of the successful Hello Bump podcast. Huggies’ purpose is to help parents navigate the journey of parenthood, so joining forces with Mamamia on Hello Bump felt like a perfect alignment. With Jessie Stephens just about to give birth to her first, and Gemma Pranita being an experienced mum, together with experts and guests they will provide expecting parents with all the comfort and resources they need to take on pregnancy and parenthood!”

Hello Bump’s producer is Cassie Merritt, with head of podcasts Elissa Ratliff. Listen at mamamia.com.au/podcasts, in the Mamamia app or wherever you get your podcasts. Mamamia is Australia’s #1 women’s media brand across articles, podcasts, social media, live events and online courses. Mamamia’s founding purpose is to make the world a better place for women and girls.

Source: Mamamia


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