The wildly popular storytelling site about motherhood is now in audible format! The Coffee + Crumbs Podcast is your companion for kitchen cleanups, stroller walks, or the daily carpool hustle. Join hosts Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd and April Hoss as they chat about the beautifully hard work of raising children.
Encore Episode: Motherhood + Loneliness (Ashlee's Favorite)
We thought it would be fun to end season four by revisiting some of our most loved episodes. Today is Ashlee’s favorite, where we unpack why motherhood feels so isolating sometimes. Don't miss the episode’s new intro and wrap up, with Indiana, April, and Ashlee's final chat together! Whether you’re new to motherhood altogether or a veteran mom who hasn’t found her tribe yet, we hope you can relate to this vulnerable conversation and walk away inspired to put yourself out there.
Encore Episode (April's Favorite): This Is How We Don't
We're wrapping up season four by revisiting our most loved episodes. Today is April’s favorite, where we flip the script on our ‘This Is How We Do’ episodes by sharing what we DON’T do. From outsourcing grocery shopping to not making the bed to not washing our hair—this conversation is full of confessions about our mothering, home upkeep, school involvement, and everything in between.
Encore Episode (Indiana's Favorite): Being A Good Friend In Hard Seasons
We're wrapping up season four by revisiting some of our most loved episodes. Today is Indiana’s favorite, where we talk about some of the hard seasons that we've walked through. From miscarriage and postpartum depression to infidelity and cancer diagnoses, we're sharing some stories for the very first time and inviting you into our "circle of trust" this week. We also talk about the ways our people showed up for us and the lessons we've learned when the season is hard and the answers aren't coming easily.
State of the Podcast Address
We’re so thankful for the support you’ve shown the Coffee + Crumbs podcast over the past four years! Today’s “State of the Podcast” is a simple message from Ashlee about what’s in store for our show in 2020.
Season 4 Finale: Advice That's Actually Useful
As mothers, we've received plenty of advice—solicited and unsolicited—over the years. Today we wanted to close out the season by sharing the tips, tricks, and reminders we've received that make motherhood (and life!) a little bit easier. From permission to slow down to how to help our kids deal with big emotions, this season finale is centered around taking some of the mystery out of motherhood as we pass along advice and wisdom you'll want to return to again and again.
The Best of 2019
Today, we're recapping our favorite things and moments from 2019. Our conversation runs the gamut from the trends we tried and loved to the new habits we've instilled and want to keep as we roll into a new decade (!). We hope our roundup of recipes, podcasts, little luxuries, life hacks, and more inspires you to spend some time reflecting on the goodness of the past year.
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And could cry listening to the relate ability here. I’ve been a long time Risen Motherhood listener and they are sweet and a gift, but as a working mom it is so nice to hear the perspective of other working mamas! Thank you ladies for sharing your real life, and Jesus all in one!
Love the Show...even on Patreon
I’ve been listening to this podcast since early 2017. Since the first season back before Indiana even joined the show, I was hooked and felt truly seen and heard as a mother.
I’ve loved following along with Ashley and April’s journeys - adding new babies to the mix, and other big life moments. I feel like we are friends (even though it’s only 1 way).
I immediately subscribed on Patreon once they made the announcement. It’s the best $1/month I’ve ever spent, and gladly donate to them. They put a lot of work into building a community filled with love and support, and I’d rather my money go directly to them vs them have to seek out advertisers. Love the show, and I’m not going anywhere.
In This Together
I never listened to a podcast before I had kids. Now, 3 years in, I listen to podcasts ALL the time. It's the answer to so many problems--we have our hands tied up, we need new ideas in our lives, we need new perspectives, we need friends, we need support. So glad to have found a podcast that creates a supportive community that continues to give and give. Don't mind supporting them financially in a small way, after I've seen the payout that comes back to me as a mom!