Hi! We’re Meagan & Sarah. We are two moms with eight kids between us, ranging in age from preschool to teen. Join us for new shows every week where we help you feel a little better about the mom you are today AND share our own tips and stories to give you that little bit of added confidence as you move through motherhood.
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How do the things get done? Where does the time go? These are the questions we look at in today’s [listen to the episode]
By listener-request we're taking you behind the scenes! We discuss the making of The Mom Hour, our recording quirks, tips for aspiring podcasters, how we work with brands, and more. We also give a little back-story on how the show has grown, how the Life, Listened network started, evolved, and continues to change, and what our goals are for the podcast in the coming months. PLUS you'll get to hear a couple of fun bloopers, including the now-classic line, "my dog is playing a maraca". Join us! [listen to the episode]
Sarah has one week left of summer and Meagan has a MONTH. We chat about late-summer malaise, seasonal energy slumps in general, how to (or whether to) get back to healthier habits and routines, and what (if anything) we're doing to gear up for the impending school year. Join us! [listen to the episode]
Happiness in parenting doesn't mean mean skipping through fields of daisies with a brood of clean, cheerful, never-whining children who eat their veggies and always put their dirty clothes in the hamper. In reality, it's a much messier--but totally attainable--thing. [listen to the episode]
High school bedrooms, college dorm rooms, first apartments, first homes. Meagan and Sarah describe their home [listen to the episode]
The last day of preschool is one thing–poignant, and easy to see coming–but what about the last [listen to the episode]
Navigating decisions as a mom is hard enough; feeling judged, criticized, or shamed for those decisions? That [listen to the episode]
You’re home alone on a rainy Saturday afternoon and that movie comes on that you just HAVE to watch. [listen to the episode]
Bianca Dottin’s second pregnancy was long-awaited and relatively drama-free. But when baby Tristan [listen to the episode]