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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Working moms: are you stressed, anxious, and tired of hearing about this mythical thing called "balance?" You aren't alone, and you've come to the right place. [listen to the episode]
Do you have dirty dishes in your sink right now? So do we, but instead of washing them we decided to podcast about it! Join Meagan and Sarah for a look at the products and practices that keep things moving in our kitchens, plus stories of faulty dishwashers, dishes pet peeves, what keeps us company while we do the dishes and more. [listen to the episode]
You’re standing in the checkout line doing that familiar bounce-bounce-sway motion to soothe a fussy [listen to the episode]
We all make choices about where and how we spend our money--so what areas of home, life, and style to Meagan and Sarah choose to save on, and which ones are our splurges? We discuss in this More Than Mom episode of The Mom Hour (suggested by listener Rachel!). [listen to the episode]
Boxes, bags, and bentos--here we go, friends. We're talking lunch-packing on this week's episode of The Mom Hour. From the gear we love (or like well-enough), to the stuff we pack (no, it's not pretty or perfect), to when and how we get lunches packed (and unpacked...ew), today's episode is FULL of tips and stories to encourage you this school year. [listen to the episode]
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 [listen to the episode]
Sarah has one week left of summer and Meagan has a MONTH. We chat about late-summer malaise, seasonal energy [listen to the episode]
Happiness in parenting doesn’t mean mean skipping through fields of daisies with a brood of clean, [listen to the episode]