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We get it. Being a mom is full-on and full-time. Equal parts FUN and WTF. Our kids don’t come with instructions, and it’s ok if we don’t have all the answers. We’ll figure it out together. The best advice comes from our favorite experts and doctors, trusted mom friends, and learning on the job. Get your coffee — or wine! — and tune in to hear us spill it all. We got this. This is MOM BRAIN with Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz.

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Lydia Denworth wants you to know the power of friendship. She's a mom of 3 boys, a science journalist, contributing editor of the Scientific American, and writer of multiple incredibly well researched and scientifically backed books tackling various topics like the relationship of sound in children or the debate about lead and children. Her latest release, Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, and Extraordinary Power of Life's Fundamental Bond is out now wherever books are sold. It delves into the neurological effects of friendship and socialization on humans. Lydia talks to Hilaria and Daphne about the health benefits and the science that goes into friendships. Not only do we as humans need friendship, but it affects every part of us both mentally and physically. Everything from our immune system and sleep patterns to our mental and cognitive health, right down to a cellular level. This conversation tackles friendships from a child's perspective, adult's perspective, and of course the perspective of people being in quarantine. Favorite Things:Daphne: Chosen Foods 100% Pure Avocado Oil SprayHilaria: Christophe Robin MaskLydia: Merlin Bird ID Bird Watching AppEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Catherine Reitman is the creator, executive producer, writer and star (alongside her husband) of the popular Netflix series Workin' Moms, which just released its fourth season. You might have also seen her in shows like "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "Blackish." Most importantly, she's also a wife, mom of two and is working full-time during the pandemic. Catherine talks to Hilaria and Daphne about staying sane during quarantine, homeschooling and working with your spouse. She also opens up about her personal experience with postpartum depression, which was the impetus that helped her create the concept of Workin' Moms—as the show is based on her experiences navigating life after childbirth, trying to balance motherhood, her professional career and personal relationships.Favorite ThingsHilaria: Hatch Holly JumperDaphne: Tender Leaf Wooden Toy Espresso MachineCatherine: Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3Email us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Tovah Klein was so delightful and informative the first time she was on Mom Brain—so it was a no brainer to get her back! Tovah is the author of 2014's How Toddlers Thrive: What Parents Can Do Today for Children Ages 2-5 to Plant the Seeds of Lifelong Success. The mother of 3 boys is also Director of the Barnard College Center for Toddler Development and Adjunct Associate Professor. With all this under her belt, it comes by no surprise that she is dubbed "The Toddler Whisperer." This time around, Tovah talks to Hilaria and Daphne about raising toddlers while quarantining. Tovah discusses the best ways to utilize the available technology, how to discuss the virus with your children and the importance of keeping a rhythm as a family.Favorite ThingsHilaria: Smart Kids book series by Roger PriddyDaphne: Disney Storyteller Series Tovah: "This too shall pass" mantraEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Gabby Bernstein is a life coach, international speaker, and number 1 New York Times Bestseller, a prolific one at that. She has published 8 books in 9 years. Her most recent is titled, "Super Attractor: Methods for Manifesting a Life beyond Your Wildest Dreams". In her conversation with Hilaria and Daphne, Gabby covers a lot of ground. She gives us tools for self regulating like Japanese healing modality, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also known as tapping, her "rage on a page" practice, and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). She's also a big fan of parenting books by Daniel J. Siegal, and Peter Levine. Additionally, Gabby opens up and shares her own challenging struggles with postpartum depression. If you're a single mother, Gabby wants to support you and offered to give access to her courses, if email support@gabbybernstein.com and mention you heard her talk about it on Mom Brain. She's also offering an anxiety relief workshop to any interesed moms. So take some breaths, relax, and use this episode to calm yourself during quarantining. Parenting Books Gabby Suggests:No-Drama Discipline: The Whole-Brain Way to Calm the Chaos and Nurture Your Child's Developing MindTrauma-Proofing Your Kids: A Parents' Guide for Instilling Confidence, Joy and ResilienceGabby's Anxiety Relief Course: https://www.gabbywebinar.com/relief/Support for single moms: support@gabbybernstein.comFavorite ThingsHilaria: Moroccanoil Dry Scalp TreatmentDaphne: Homemade Privacy Screen for Her ChildrenGabby: Dyson Supersonic Hair DryerEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Dr. Cara Natterson is a pediatrician, New York Times bestselling author—and is currently quarantining at home with her family, just like you. If one thing is for sure, it's that Cara knows a lot about raising kids. The proof is in the book she wrote all about boys and puberty, Decoding Boys: New Science Behind the Subtle Art of Raising Sons. In this episode, Cara, Hilaria and Daphne get into all the nitty-gritty you're terrified to talk to your kids about. From sex and masturbation to the #MeToo movement, bullies, and how we handle boys and girls differently when it comes to puberty, for better or worse. Plus, they talk about the importance of communication, especially while you're socially distancing with your family.Favorite ThingsHilaria: YOGA para niños - Las posturas de los animales del mar Yoga videoDaphne: Simple Mills Almond Flour Cracker Snack PackCara: Hugs from her childrenEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
If you're a child of the 90s, you no doubt know actress, author, and entrepreneur Alicia Silverstone. She was the star of hit movies like Clueless, The Crush or Blast From The Past and authored multiple books on diet, health and wellness. She also blogs at her website TheKindLife.com and her new film “Bad Therapy” with Rob Corddry is out now on video on demand. She's also a passionate vegan and animal rights activist.Alicia talks to Hilaria and Daphne about how she's embracing the extra time with her son during quarantine and how they share moments together cooking and gardening. She also discusses how she raised her son vegan and encouraged him to love natural wholesome foods, which is the key to his calm demeanor. Plus, how a clean diet and enough sleep helps her keeping her cool when the challenges of parenting arise.  Favorite Things:Hilaria: BeybladesDaphne: Professional Grade Gummy Bear MoldsAlicia: Quality time with her son lying in bed and living in the momentEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
We're thrilled to have a second episode with the funny and awesome, Laura Prepon. Of course you know her as the incredibly accomplished actor, director and best selling author from "That '70's Show" and Netflix's, "Orange Is the New Black." Her latest book is an incredible and unapologetic memoir, titled You and I, as Mothers: A Raw and Honest Guide to Motherhood, in which she speaks to mothers of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds, including our very own Daphne Oz, to find wisdom from each unique mother's perspective. Laura is married to actor Ben Foster and is the mother of two, having just welcomed a new baby boy into their family.This time around, Laura opens up to Hilaria and Daphne about how she's trying to find normalcy while quarantining with her family. They discuss Laura's personal experience of having a baby after a miscarriage and more intimate stories from her new book, including her relationship with her own mother. Also, why cooking is such a major part of her life, oh and Hilaria makes a pretty big announcement! Favorite ThingsHilaria: Late July Peanut Butter CrackersDaphne: Traditional Medicinals Gypsy Cold Care Seasonal TeaLaura: Margaux & May Swaddle BlanketsEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
If you're like us you're so much more appreciative of your kids' teacher these days. This episode is for all the quarantined moms that are drowning in emails of lesson plans and virtual conferences with teachers. For our Mom Brain tribe that's trying to decode how in the world teachers get kids to listen and focus.  Mariah Bruehl is author of the 2011 book, Playful Learning: Develop Your Child’s Sense of Joy and Wonder, and Founder of both Playful Learning, an online resource for children, parents, and teachers, and the Playful Learning Studio, an educational center for children 2 to 8. Her most recent book is 2018’s Real-Life Rules: A Young Person's Guide to Self-Discovery, Big Ideas, and Healthy Habits.Mariah explains to Hilaria and Daphne how you can make teaching your kids at home easier and more efficient. She lays out helpful strategies and reminds us that parents shouldn't put too much pressure on themselves in these uncertain times. Check out more about Mariah and Playful Learning online at Playfullearning.net. Plus a list of resources at https://linktr.ee/playfullearning.Favorite Things:Hilaria: Math Dice Jr. and Alphabet Jumbo DiceDaphne: DIY Fairy Night LightMariah: Carson Magnifying Glass Bug Catcher and Carson BinocularsEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge is a pediatric psychologist, founder and director of Dr. Roseann and Associates, and a neurofeedback practitioner. She is also co-author of 2018’s Brain Under Attack: A Resource for Parents and Caregivers of Children with PANS, PANDAS, and Autoimmune Encephalitis.In this episode, Dr. Roseann talks to Hilaria and Daphne about how she has helped to reverse some of the conditions of autism, ADHD, and PANS/PANDAS in children. She discusses how she uses diet, biofeedback, and neurofeedback to treat her patients. It's a deep conversation that covers a lot of ground that may be helpful to you or friend who has a child going through these debilitating conditions. Favorite Things:Daphne: Siete Flour Grain Free TortillasHilaria: Gryph and IvyRose Probiotic for KidsDr. Roseann: Heartmath deviceEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
As we all adjust to quarantined life and the norms of social distancing, we decided to open the Mom Brain inbox and answer your questions on another episode of Mom Mail! This edition is a rollercoaster ride as we cover topics that are silly, serious, and even deeply personal. Hilaria and Daphne go deep talking about everything from miscarriages to how to exercise and wear your sports bra while jogging. Plus, switching from breast milk to baby formula and more!Topics Covered: Transition from breast milk to formulaBaby bitingHandling your child's meltdownConceiving after a miscarriageHow to keep your boobs looking good while runningEczema in moms and babiesProducts Mentioned:Holle goat milk formulaNordic Naturals baby DHANuk Sippy CupsVanicreamWaxeleneEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Tracy Anderson has made a name for herself training stars and training you. After Gwyneth Paltrow worked with Tracy for the first Iron Man film, the actress was so impressed she teamed up with Tracy and the two became partners. Releasing countless fitness DVDs, hosting online streaming sessions, and opening gyms in multiple continents, the Tracy Anderson Method is a major force in the fitness world. Everyone from Madonna to one of your girlfriends, sings the praises of Tracy Anderson and her method. In this episode, Tracy tells Hilaria and Daphne about her journey from a young, overweight dancer to fitness guru. Tracy discusses how she deals with the age gap between her two kids. Oh and the episode wonderfully evolves into a love fest for fitness pioneer, Jane Fonda. Favorite Things:Daphne: Tacoola Bathing SuitsHilaria: Smart Protection Shampoo and ConditionerTracy: C & the Moon Body ScrubEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Daniella Monet juggles a lot these days. She's an actress, singer, entrepreneur, podcast host, partner and mother of one.You may know Daniella best from playing the fan-favorite character of Trina Vega throughout all four seasons of Nickelodeon's Victorious from 2010 to 2013. More recently, Daniella partnered up with actress Evanna Lynch to create Kinder Beauty Box, a vegan and cruelty-free monthly subscription service that delivers clean products to your door. Aside from all that, Daniella is a co-owner of Los Angeles-based vegan Mexican restaurant Sugar Taco. Plus, she is an investor of Outstanding Foods, a cruelty-free, vegan snack company. She also hosts her very own podcast, Adulting like a Mother Father, alongside her partner, Andrew Gardner.In this episode, Daniella dishes to Hilaria and Daphne about birthing her son last September – and the joys and challenges of being a first-time mom. Additionally, she talks about balancing her entrepreneurial projects and podcast while raising a new baby.Favorite Things:Daphne: Lenny the Lobster Can't Stay for Dinner by Michael BuckleyHilaria: Think! Protein BarsDaniella: Yeti ThermosEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Arielle Charnas started Something Navy, her fashion blog and Instagram account, in 2009 to impress her boyfriend at the time. By 2017 she had over a million followers on Instagram, launched her first collection with Nordstroms, and said boyfriend became her ex boyfriend. Now she has a long term contract with Nordstroms, and the release of her collections causes online site crashes due to insanely high demand. She juggles all of that with a loving supportive husband, and two beautiful kids. In this episode Arielle tells Hilaria and Daphne how her career took off, and what separates her from other fashion influencers. Plus, how she approaches assembling her popular outfits. She also goes opens up about her experience with her c-section and the struggles she faced afterward.Favorite Things:Hilaria: Ibiza Hair BrushDaphne: Bright from the Start: The Simple, Science-Backed Way to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind from Birth to Age 3 by Jill StammArielle: Biologique Recherche VIP O2 Mask & Melissa & Doug Self-Correcting Alphabet Letter PuzzlesEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook Group by searching Mom Brain Podcast on FB.
Lenore Skenazy has been fighting against helicopter parenting ever since 2008 when she published her controversial and eye-opening column about letting her then 9-year-old ride the subway home alone. That inspired her to found Free-Range Kids, which consists of a book, blog and movement dedicated to the belief that kids are not in constant danger. Her book is titled Free-Range Kids, How to Raise Safe, Self-Reliant Children (Without Going Nuts with Worry). Lenore is also president of Let Grow, a non-profit organization that promotes independence for kids. Previous to these roles, Lenore was a reporter-turned-columnist at The New York Daily News for nearly 14 years.In this episode, Lenore tells Hilaria and Daphne about the virtues of allowing children to be reasonably more independent and take more chances. She says that letting kids play on their own can free them from fears and allow them to problem solve on their own, which will only benefit them as they mature. Favorite Things:Daphne: Rite in the Rain All-Weather Top-Spiral NotebookHilaria: Carson BugView Quick-Release Bug Catching ToolLenore: Free to Learn by Peter GrayEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Jillian Michaels is a fitness superstar. You know her from NBC's "The Biggest Loser" and her numerous television appearances. She's also a bestselling author and businesswoman who launched the company Empowered Media in 2008. She now hosts "The Jillian Michaels Show" podcast and runs "My Fitness App" as well. She's also the mother of 2 kids. In this episode, Jillian tells Hilaria and Daphne how she attempts to get her kids to eat healthy and excited about being active. Plus, how maintaining your weight comes down to a simple equation. Jillian says it all comes down to smart choices. When you're not feeling motivated, be sure to do something, even if it's something small. Because something is better than nothing, and will lead to more. Just get started!Favorite Things:Hilaria: Big Block Singsong "Big Foot"Daphne: Hu Grain-Free CrackersJillian: Alaya Organic Super Greens PowderEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! Also, join our Facebook Group by searching Mom Brain Podcast on FB.Please support our sponsor and check out Call Of The Wild, in theaters on Fri Feb 21st!
Brittany Peltz Buerstedde is a former competitive ice skater turned wife, mom and designer. In 2018, Brittany launched Leah + Rae, a children's clothing brand named after her two daughters. Brittany also welcomed a boy into the family when she gave birth to her son, Phoenix Blue, last year.In this episode, Brittany discusses everything from launching a kids' clothing line to balancing between a career and family. She also goes into detail about her reasons for choosing a doula for her most recent labor. She's even got some breastfeeding tips! Plus, the ladies get a little woo-woo when Brittany brings up her love of crystals. Favorite Things:Hilaria: Oxo ContainersDaphne: Leah + Rae children's clothesBrittany: Tatcha Face MaskEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook Group by searching Mom Brain Podcast on FB.Support our sponsor and check out Call Of The Wild, in theaters on Fri Feb 21st!
It's time to get an international education on education. Teru Clavel is a comparative education and international education expert. She is the author of the Amazon bestselling book, World Class: One Mother's Journey Halfway Around the Globe in Search of the Best Education for Her Children. Teru is also an education journalist, college consultant, and mother to three kids who have gone to school in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, California, and New York. Teru gives Hilaria and Daphne her take on why the United States is falling behind on education. She discusses how certain Asian countries value education and how the US can benefit from those lessons. Oh and Teru also touches on her love of hip hop.Favorite Things:Hilaria: Carson Dellosa Basic Sight Words Flash CardsDaphne: Visual CalendarTeru: Hip HopEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel!Support our sponsor and check out Call Of The Wild, in theaters on Fri Feb 21st!
Having a baby is an extraordinary time of change, both physical and psychological. In this episode of Mom Brain, we talk about the latter – what to expect and how to prepare for the addition of a baby to your life. Not only is Dr. Alyssa Berlin a mother of four, but she is also a clinical psychologist who specializes in pregnancy, postpartum and parenting. Alyssa is also the creator of The AfterBirth Plan Workshop, a program helping couples prepare for the challenges that come with raising a newborn. She believes these postpartum challenges are actually predictable and preventable – or at least addressable.Alyssa, Hilaria and Daphne have a wide ranging conversation that focuses on postpartum and perinatal anxiety disorders (PMADs) and how they differ from the "baby blues." She also discusses how partners can keep their relationship alive while raising children. Maybe putting sex on the calendar isn't such a bad idea after all!Favorite Things:Hilaria: K9 Granola Factory Green Bean Chips Dog TreatsDaphne: Apple Park organic toys Alyssa: Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts: A Healing Guide to the Secret Fears of New Mothers by Karen KleimanEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.We would love if you could support our sponsor Coterie Diapers. Check out their products at Coterie.com
Julie A. Fast is not only a bipolar expert, a national speaker, and author, she also has lived with bipolar disorder since she was a teenager. Julie is the author of numerous books including 2004's Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder. She was a consultant for Claire Danes on the Showtime series Homeland, as her character Carrie Mathison suffered from severe Bipolar disorder. As a family and partner coach, Julie has incredibly specific systems when it comes to dealing with bipolar disorder in children and/or living with someone suffering from Bipolar. She is a nationally recognized expert in mental health.In this fascinating episode, Julie defines bipolar disorder and discusses her systems of helping families deal with the illness. She talks about empathy training, charting, and treatments. Julie impresses Hilaria and Daphne with her command of the issue and her eloquence. This is an important episode whether or not bipolar is in your family.Favorite Things:Hilaria: Dazzle Dry Nail PolishDaphne: Bjornqorn PopcornJulie: Being with Her NephewEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
Julie Morgenstern is an organization and productivity expert. She is the author of several New York Times bestselling books including, "Time to Parent: Organizing Your Life to Bring Out the Best in Your Child and You" and "Organizing from the Inside Out." For over 30 years Julie has helped people, companies and most importantly PARENTS, overcome disorganization to achieve their goals by designing “Inside Out” systems of time and space that feel natural, and easy to maintain. Be sure to check out her latest book "Time To Parent" which is out now.In this episode, Julie talks about becoming organized after she became a parent, and the benefits of being organized. The goal being organization helps you be present with your kids. Plus, how we can teach our children organization skills at a very young age! She provides tons of insight on being organized with parenting, your home and everything else in your life. Favorite Things:Daphne: Sliced Tiger Nuts Hilaria: Nexel Wire ShelfJulie: The Sleep Cycle AppEmail us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.
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Gillian Gardner

great episode to help understand my tween son. Thank you ladies for having Dr. Natterson on. Dr. Natterson you gave so much amazing and helpful info.

May 4th
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Lydia DeMann

thanks for being supportive of all ways of feeding baby 💜

Sep 12th
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Vanessa Bergman

I think this is my favorite episode so far. Tons of great tips and advice that I can use now and as my little guy gets older

Jul 25th
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Molly Daniels

where is the "favorite things" link?!!

Jul 24th
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Lydia DeMann

I think you would love Allie Casazza in terms of simplifying kids toys and things

May 21st
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Lindsey Watt

What was the body book series called that was mentioned in this podcast?

May 18th
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krystal ortiz

I saw you on Rachel Ray and never did a podcast how does this work?

Apr 9th
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Cher

I love you guys so much. Thank you spending your days doing this for all of us. I love this PODCAST!

Jan 21st
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Kaylia

haha I come from a Jamaican background and we do the same thing. this is what I'm cooking; u eat it, or u don't eat. simple. worked for my sis and I. and it works for my child too

Dec 31st
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Dawn Myers

I love the content and the differing perspectives. You ladies shed light in places that most mom's feel they are completely alone in. Thank you!

Nov 7th
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Sarah Rogers

your show is fantastic and helps normalize the "stuff" we go through as mommas ♡

Oct 19th
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CHERI Berry

Thanks ladies,Love listening,What is the whole name of that silver spray?

Oct 13th
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Lori Wheeler

thanks love this

Oct 11th
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