Tough Lessons Learned – Episode 224: PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast
I’m back!! Today on the podcast I’m sharing a life update, why I had to take a step back for a couple months, the struggles we experienced, and my excitement to be back and share more than ever!! Thank you for listening and for being patient!
5 Life Lessons I Learned From Jackson: https://paleomg.com/5-life-lessons-jackson-taught-me-through-the-years/
Navigating The First Trimester: https://paleomg.com/navigating-the-first-tough-trimester-of-pregnancy/
Healing Dermatitis Naturally: https://paleomg.com/treating-perioral-dermatitis-naturally/
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8 thoughts on “Tough Lessons Learned – Episode 224: PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast”
My heart goes out to you Juli. The sleep is really hard. I am 32 but have had severe insomnia since I was 20 due to my inflammatory bowel disease. It is sad but that is the main reason I have chosen not to have children. I don’t wanna be a tired and lifeless parent with no energy. I feel that way all of the time at work and in my relationships. Sleep is so important so I hope your liver detox helps and you can sleep well again. I am definitely going to look into that. God bless you and your baby.
ugh i’m so sorry Joanna, that is so incredibly tough. thank you so much for the love!!
Juli, my heart just breaks for you. I have followed you since the beginning and have always had a special soft spot for Jackson. I have a frenchie who I also share such a deep bond with, similar to the one you two had and the thought of losing him one day crushes me. Hearing your pain on the podcast and more details about the past few months… sending virtual hugs! You are such a strong and inspirational human being. It has been awesome watching you grow over the years! You are going to be such an amazing mom 🙂
Welcome back Juli!! I missed your weekly Podcast episodes and am so happy to hear that you are slowly getting into a better space.
Thank you for always sharing your experience with functional medicine doctors they were the only way I was able to get rid of My line disease and I wish more people were open to trying them.
Thank you also for your recent post about changing your diet it’s always interesting how our bodies change as we grow yet for some reason we think we have to be stagnant with our diets . I’m so excited for your next book club post as your last one was absolutely amazing and I Love how you are sharing more than just food on your blog.
Also you were right about the saying, it is see the sun through the clouds. I hope your days are full of sunshine! And you can always Switch out the word chick for bitch until you are ready for your daughter to Learn the word bitch at whatever age you choose.
I’m so sorry about Jackson. I’m equally angry at the Frenchie breeders for causing so pain and misery so they can profit on their popularity. The health issues this breed has are well documented, breaking families hearts (and bank accounts) who just want to love their squishy faces and bat ears.
Juli, first of all, I am so very sorry about Jackson. To go through what you did while trying to have joy in your pregnancy, I can’t imagine. You are a warrior. I was listening to your podcast and was struck by how you talked about Jackson not being around when Baby Girl comes. Please take this (or don’t) as words of comfort, coming from a place of kindness. Your relationship with Jackson was so deep that I think his time on earth was meant to end before Baby Girl arrives, because he could never have been second place to anyone in your life (husbands don’t count for this example because of course they’re important too!) When I had my first child, I didn’t think that my dog would ever be second place, but he was. I felt so guilty because of it, it was one of the triggers that sent me into therapy postpartum. You were never meant to feel that way as a mother, but are meant to give your little girl all of your heart and love in the moment. Jackson taught you these life lessons to make you the best mom for your daughter, and I believe he is looking down and will always be there, and will be so full of joy knowing the love she’s getting from you is the same love you gave him. Sending hugs to you!
I love that you and your best friend are pregnant together. My best friend and I were pregnant together as well and not on purpose. Our kids were due exactly one month apart and we both went 15 days over and they were still born exactly one month apart.
It’s the best to have your bestie to talk with and them under where you are coming from. Such a comfort.
Been following you since the beginning and I think I love you more now.
Keep going and growing.
Hi Juli, let me start by saying I am so very sorry for the loss of your boy Jackson. Thank you for sharing him with so many of us! You both were so lucky to have each other. And wow did you give him the best life! He will forever be with you. Also, wishing you the best of luck with the new chapter of your life with your baby girl! I really enjoy your blog and just started listening to your podcast. I’m grateful to be learning new things. Thanks for all you do. I love that you are so real and just say how it is. Take care!!