003: Knocked Up Abroad with Lisa Ferland

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Episode Summary

Lisa Ferland sits down with me to talk about her new book Knocked Up Abroad.  We dive into just a few of the stories parents have share about their experience with pregnancy, birthing and raising kids abroad.

About Lisa Ferland

Lisa FerlandLisa Ferland has a Masters in Public Health in Epidemiology from Emory University, which she almost threw out the window when she quit her job to focus on her entrepreneurial endeavors and work as a public health consultant. She thoroughly enjoyed her two-second commute from her bedroom to her kitchen—where the majority of this book was pulled together.

While living abroad, Lisa had her second birth in Sweden where she hypnotized her way to an unexpectedly pain-free, natural, and unassisted home birth. If you’d like to follow her personal story, Lisa’s blog can be accessed here.

 

 

Stories of Pregnancy, Birthing and Raising Kids Abroad

 

Knocked Up AbroadPregnancy and childbirth can be stressful at times but when you add in the extra obstacles created by language and cultural barriers, then life becomes even more complicated and interesting.

In Knocked Up Abroad parents share their true stories and experiences.  The result is a sometimes shocking, sometimes hilarious collection that highlights the universal joys and challenges of parenting.

 

 

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