13 episodes

We all know that parenting is messy, so The Mother Load podcast with hosts, Constance Zimmer and Missi Pyle, gets real and rips the bandaid off what it means to be a parent, that's not in the books. It's about progress, not perfection.

Together, with a variety of special guests (some celeb friends) and experts, Constance and Missi talk about what really happens as a parent - the confusion, the uncomfortable moments, the best and the worst when it comes to raising kids. The show provides an unfiltered community filled with authentic conversations and experiences, lots of laughs and even a few tears.

This is a place people can go to express their frustration about all the parenting mishaps that no one wants admit or feels comfortable talking about.

The Mother Load Cloud10

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.5, 54 Ratings

We all know that parenting is messy, so The Mother Load podcast with hosts, Constance Zimmer and Missi Pyle, gets real and rips the bandaid off what it means to be a parent, that's not in the books. It's about progress, not perfection.

Together, with a variety of special guests (some celeb friends) and experts, Constance and Missi talk about what really happens as a parent - the confusion, the uncomfortable moments, the best and the worst when it comes to raising kids. The show provides an unfiltered community filled with authentic conversations and experiences, lots of laughs and even a few tears.

This is a place people can go to express their frustration about all the parenting mishaps that no one wants admit or feels comfortable talking about.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

Chef KWIA ,

So good

I’m blindly basing this review off the amazing song played on NNF. I died.

Calientevaliente ,

Funny and relatable

These two ladies really let it all hang out and tell stories that let us know that everyone’s kids are lovable and also crazy.

me(g)an ,

Middling with some good moments

They can be funny and I to some solid topics, but there’s a lot of sponsor breaks (for stuff middle/upper class whites ladies want) AND it’s not always easy to relate to their positions of relative privilege and snark. Also, the into dialog tries to hard to be edgy, but sort of makes me cringe.

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