Meagan & Sarah Interview Each Other: The Mom Hour, Episode 85

Whether you’ve listened to every podcast we’ve ever made or are a brand-new listener, we guarantee you’ll find out something you didn’t know about Meagan and Sarah after listening to Episode 85…the one where we interview each other.

Want to know Meagan’s first real job? (It involved tassels…but not that kind.) Can you guess what Sarah was most likely to get in trouble for as a kid? Or what bad-driving trait we both share? Join us, and share your thoughts in the comments!

10 Comments

  1. Okay, I am going to stop putting the groceries away and open my laptop and comment… I just wanted to share 2 things: 1) I was a sassy, first-born, door slammer as well and now that I have one of my own it was nice to be reminded that plenty of other nice, well-adjusted people used to be that way and it will probably pass. So, thank you for sharing that, Sarah. 2) I have smashed the side-mirror off 2 consecutive mini-vans on the side of my garage. My husband is beside himself since the garage doesn’t move and the 2 vans are the exact same size. I have no explanation. But, again, thank you for telling me I am not alone. 😉

    • Becky, we are kindred spirits! 🙂 You are not alone. Sadly, I had a minor parking lot incident just since we even recorded this podcast. UGGGHHHHH.

  2. I’m originally from Iowa and totally know about corn detasseling. The bus left from the subway parking lot before sunrise and my teachers were put supervisors, just like Meagan describes. It’s a thing, I promise 😉

  3. I’m from a small town in Illinois. Never did it, but totally know about corn de-tasseling!!

  4. I’m an Ohio farmer’s wife, and the purpose of detasseling (I hope I explain this right) is that those particular plants are being grown for seed for the following year, and they don’t want to risk cross pollination, so they chop off the part the bees love. Now they have this fancy high riding machine that does it for most farmers, but there are probably some people who still do it by hand :). I love your show and can’t wait to download and listen to it each Tuesday! I’m a new mom (she’s 1), but I love that you’re so real. Thanks!

  5. My first born is exactly as you described yourself growing up, Sarah. I am a youngest child and struggle to relate to her a lot of times. Glad to know there’s hope for her 😉

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