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It's always interesting hearing a father's perspective on parenting on my show so that is why it was such a treat to have my friend Patrick on the show. As a dad who is heavily involved in his children's lives, he describes fatherhood as "a dre
I'm willing to bet that it's pretty natural for us to adhere to birth order theory which says that the order in which we are born affects our personality. But does it really though? On this solo episode, I put on my research hat and find out if
Did you know that once your child is born, there are 6,570 days until they turn 18? That may seem like a lot of time but remember that each day, that number gets lower and lower. Pretty soon you make it through year 1, then year 5, then 10 then
A lot of women start working out after pregnancy for the "snap back". To look snatched despite having a human come out of your body not too long ago is a major feat, right? Likewise, a lot of women can get discouraged because their body looks d
You'll hear me say it time and time again: paid parental leave is essential. But even though paid leave is important, it is not the only aspect of support that should be looked at for parents post partum. On this week's episode, I had the pleas
Welcome back to another season of Weird Mom. It's the 6th season and final season of 2021. On this, the season premier, I talk about a video from one of my favorite YouTube channels: Jubilee. The video is part of one of their most popular serie
On this season finale, I sit and unpack some feelings I have about being a working mom. Hear me talk about my views on working before and after having a child because, ya know, a child will just make you have a complete perspective shift. -----
At the height of the pandemic, so many things were uncertain. Birthing a child was not an exception. In a time where life as we knew was rapidly changing, having given birth twice before to two sons, Helsa knew this go round was going to be qui
The first year of baby's life is so important for both mom and baby. But why is it that America is in such a rush for working mother's to get back to work after birthing a whole human being? On this week's episode I talk with Tequila R. all abo
Parenting style: everyone's got one. From the teachings held in a book to your own family to everything in between, your parenting style is just that: yours. On this week's episode, I talk with KiYada Upshaw about her own parenting style and mo
Success and failure seem to be black and white. You either succeed tremendously or fail horribly. No one talks about the in between of learning to fail and getting back up to try again. On this week's episode, I talk to Julie Carrick Dalton abo
Here's a myth: you can have a balanced mom life, especially if you have a partner. While a partner (or support from someone period) can make things easier, the truth is nothing is ever fully balanced in this mom life. On this week's episode, I
Everyone does life at their own pace and parenting is no exception to that rule. On this week's episode I talk to Dr. Siobhan Kennedy-Costantini all about how parenting is not a sprint; it's a marathon and most times it's best to stay in your o
There's a song by Faith Hill called "A Baby Changes Everything" and, newsflash, it does! But it's not necessarily a bad thing but it certainly can be a shock to the system, even for the most prepared of people. This week I talk to my friend Sha
Everyone always says a baby changes everything but, like, how? And why don't we ever feel completely like ourselves again once we have kids? That's because we are having to get to know the new us. On this week's episode, I talk with my friend M
Season 5 of Weird Mom is here and this episode is just the warm up.  On this episode I talk about being stretched beyond measure this school year and I get a little sappy. Just a little. References in the episode: Casey Aonso's YouTube: https:/
Did y'all miss Weird Adult? I know; it's been awhile. On this edition I talk to my big little brother Julius. While he may be fresh and new on the adult scene, he is wise beyond his years and it won't be hard to tell from listening to our conve
Can you believe this is the season 4 finale? And this one's a good one. On this episode, I talk with Amanda Gurman (host of "Honest As a Mother" podcast) about how even though motherhood certainly has its miserable moments, it does not have to
In a world where you must be prepared to be unprepared, you must always at least remember to take care of yourself. On this week's episode, I talk with Pamela Hawkes on the importance of prioritizing ourselves as mothers in this crazy journey o
I think the theme around these Weird Mom parts is that becoming a mom is just, well, weird. This week, I talk to the newest mom I've ever had on this show: my friend Betty. Even though she just had her son in March, she is already feeling all t
No one can prepare you for that moment you become a mother. But did you know there is an actual word to describe that time period? On this week's episode, I talk with Dr. Allie Davis about matrescence which is like adolescence but for moms. Ref
Seems like society paints this picture that moms have to be able to know it all and do everything. It's as if we have to be superwoman or something. But on this week's episode, I talk with my friend Dara about her secret to being able to do all
Parenting can be such a drag where you constantly repeat yourself. You may even feel like everyday is Groundhog's Day. But what happens when you take a step back and realize it doesn't have to be so draggy and serious? This week I talk to Jalis
Money and budgeting can be so daunting sometimes. There's so many different ways you can make money work for you but where does one even begin? That's where my guest, Sami Womack, comes in. On this week's episode, we talk about how her family l
Raising children is challenging. Raising Black boys is on a whole other level. This week I had a very insightful yet funny conversation with Karina F. Daves (Life Coach for Moms, Boundaries Expert, host of "One Day At a Time" podcast) all about
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