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Hosted by Jordana Horn and Shannon Sarna. Call Your Mother takes on the sometimes happy, sometimes trying mess of parenting while Jewish. With equal doses of humor and candor, journalists Horn and Sarna (with eight kids between them) talk with comedians, writers, chefs, and other parents about everything from addiction to flatulence to anti-Semitism and ageism. Nothing's sacred. Nothing's taboo. For insight and perspective on the trials and rewards of being a parent today, tune in to Call Your Mother.

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    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9, 118 Ratings

Hosted by Jordana Horn and Shannon Sarna. Call Your Mother takes on the sometimes happy, sometimes trying mess of parenting while Jewish. With equal doses of humor and candor, journalists Horn and Sarna (with eight kids between them) talk with comedians, writers, chefs, and other parents about everything from addiction to flatulence to anti-Semitism and ageism. Nothing's sacred. Nothing's taboo. For insight and perspective on the trials and rewards of being a parent today, tune in to Call Your Mother.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

JohnWayne42 ,

Accessible, Smart & Relevant for us Goys too!

I have been reading Jordana’s work for ages now and was excited to learn about this podcast. I have not been disappointed. The banter between Shannon & Jordana, the amazing guests plus the range of topics covered make this podcast a must-listen for women regardless of religious affiliation. A true gem.

waitingforcamp ,

Relevant and informative

Great topics and the perfect length. Jordana and Sharon are timely in their topics and speak to all parents about children, parenting and issues of importance.

VSue84 ,

Real talk about Jewish parenting

This podcast is terrific. I love the length of the episodes (I listen on my lunch break) and Jordana and Shannon have a wonderful banter. Jordana’s mom tells it like it is. The topics are relevant and real. Keep up the great work, ladies!

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