Episode 24 – Meet Jamie Sutton-Jennings, CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Jamie Sutton Jennings on CheltenhamMaman podcast

Hey hey it’s podcast day and I’m excited to be back for Series 2 of Good Mum Bad Mum!

Series 2 will be much the same as Series 1 – I’ll be interviewing some fascinating guests about all topics relating to parenthood and interesting goings on in and around Gloucestershire – I’ve got some fab guests lined up!

As the series progresses you can also expect a few episodes covering topics a little differently as I team up with the organisations around the county to help you all make the best of support we have on offer as parents. I’ll tell you more about this in a few weeks.

But for episode 1 please join me as I interview local content creator, blogger and mum of one, Jamie Sutton-Jennings. We caught up over a cuppa at mine in mid January and talked about Jamie’s terrifying experience of having to resuscitate her daughter and how the shock led to post natal depression (read the blog Jamie wrote on her terrifying experience here). Almost two years into her motherhood journey things are now much calmer and Jamie is setting the local online community alight with her hashtag #jobsgirlscando.

You can follow Jamie on Instagram and visit her blog here. 

Also to find out more about 9 Plus One and Gloucester Rocks check out these links.

To find our more about sponsoring or being featured in future episodes drop me an email to cheltenhammaman@gmail.com and if you love what you hear please don’t forget subscribe, rate and review as it really does make all the difference to my visibility on iTunes and other podcast providers! Thanks all!


CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

1 Comment

  1. Austin
    January 29, 2019 / 12:16 pm

    Great listen, it’s funny that Jamie can manage to keep her language PG on a podcast that allows swearing.

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