Hello, Band of Mothers!! Welcome to our newly renamed podcast (formally The Pump and Dump Podcast) and welcome to 2020!!
For our first episode of the new decade, we take an hour to reflect on the past year and past decade and what it's meant to us as moms, as businesswomen, as friends and as just plain old women who seem to be getting older every year, dammit.
We talk about highs, lows, what we've learned, what we regret, books we read, and how we've changed. We also chat about new favorite things we're loving right now, and all the fun stuff happening with The Pump and Dump Show. Tracey cries of course. And somehow Sumo Oranges are involved.
Join us for a heartfelt and reflective look on a tumultuous year, as we kick off a decade of new adventures.
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Shayna and Tracey have been friends since the 8th grade – that’s over 25 years. After college, they each moved to separate coasts for a decade. They were reunited when they decided to leave big city life and settle down with their families in Denver, Colorado and Facebook told them their daughters are 3 weeks apart. After several play dates, some more childbirth, some unsuccessful pumping, and the overwhelming nature of mommy community boards, The Pump and Dump Show was born.
The show launched in 2012 in a bar in Northwest Denver and quickly grew to a bi-monthly, local staple for new moms to have a night out. In 2014, Shayna and Tracey took The Pump and Dump Show on its first national tour, and in September of 2019 The Pump and Dump Show expanded with more casts of real moms who continue to perform every month to audiences nationwide.
For tour updates and more shenanigans, follow Shay and Tracey at:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePumpAndDump/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/ThePumpAndDumpShow/Tour schedule: https://www.thepumpanddumpshow.com/tour