Join Sarah Komers (founder of Mom Culture) as she chats about her journey and the salty/sweet sides of motherhood while trying to Raise Good Humans®.
13. Mom Culture Chats About Making Mom Friends
On today's episode, we chat about how we made and maintained friendships through the highs and lows of motherhood. No matter if you have a village full of mama friends or just one good friend we know finding mama friends can be hard. Tune in and listen to our chat about where we've made friends, how our friendships have grown and when they sometimes fizzle out and when you need to move on. (this episode was done pre COVID-19 we plan to chat about the changes to mommy friendships in the "new norm" soon)
Read our blog here: How I met my mama crew
-Peanut App a New way to connect with and make mom friends.
-Krystal Festerly My friend and founder of https://www.krystalfesterly.com creator of It takes a village magazine
-Bianca the sweetest SoCal mama founder of Sunny & Cheer finder of vintage and maker of the best pants around the Ankle Biters
12. Mom Culture chats about sobriety with Emily McAllister
On today's episode, we chat with Emily McAllister of @chasingmcallisters about her journey to sobriety and how it has impacted her life as a woman and a mother.
Sobriety date: 9/25/2009
Click here to see photo of Emily with Sarah, Julie, and Krystal at ALT Summit in Palm Springs 2019.
Click here to see photo of Emily with Sarah and Julie at the dinner they referenced in this podcast.
11. Mom Culture chats about social media
Today we chat about social media and our not so "tiny humans". My personal fails as a parent while navigating the beast that is social media and keeping an open dialogue with my kids.
We hope you find a few nuggets from our chat about what works for us and what we do to keep them safe while using social apps.
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10. Mom Culture chats with Seasoned Mama Suzanne
"Boys are like roosters." -Suzanne
Today we chat with seasoned mama Suzanne. She's a mother to three with one in college and two in high school. Suzanne has been in the trenches for years now and she's bestowing her nuggets of wisdom with the Mom Culture Community!
We loved hearing her insight into how she's navigated the teen years with humor and honesty with her not so tiny humans. This episode is full of so many little nuggets of firsthand advice with tried and true methods.
We're so excited to share her wisdom with you. We hope it gives all of us a glimpse of what's coming in the future with our babes!
Thank you Suzanne we can't wait to have you back in the Mom Culture Club to record again!
Photo of Suzanne and her family
9. Mom Culture chats about passions and hobbies
Today we chatted about how to know when to encourage hobbies or when to maybe look for a new interest for your tiny humans. After years of sports and classes, we've learned a thing or two. We chat about when to push them a little, when to back off, and when to teach them to keep their word and stay committed. From baseball to dance classes with six kids between us —hear our take on cultivating their interests and allowing them to try new things without being competitive. If it's not their jam, it might just inspire you to ease up or go all in mama!
8. Mom Culture chats with Brooke about children with hidden disabilities
On today’s episode, we chat with Brooke Doughty one of my dearest mommy friends about her children and the journey from diagnosis to treatment of “invisible” disabilities in her youngest. Trusting your gut will serve you well in motherhood especially when something doesn't feel right about your child and their behaviors or limitations. Find some support from Brooke and Sarah and how we both trusted that inner mama voice to advocate for our daughters finding diagnosis and treatments. We hope this episode helps people think a little and give some grace in public to those who might just have a hidden disability like our girls!
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