A weekly podcast consisting of anecdotes and interviews from everyday mothers and experts alike, highlighting real motherhood and questioning what we think we know about parenting and motherhood.
When the Brown Kids Grow Up White
Pakistani writer and editor, Abbi Wood, sits down with me to talk about what it's like to grow up brown in White neighborhoods, and how it's affected our communication and world view as adults. Abbi's website: abbiwood.comAbbi's multiracial voice...
This Mom is an Activist
Mom, speaker, and activist Libra Forde stops by to talk about the things she's seen at Black Lives Matter rallies, how she handles talking race with her children, and the importance of coming together for the future. Libra's Facebook ...
Single Motherhood, Protecting Your Peace, and Being a Black Mom Now
I sit down with blogger and speaker Darcel White, as we talk about how she's navigated single motherhood and homeschooling during the pandemic; how she takes care of herself and her needs, and the thoughts running through her head as a Black mom in our...
SHAME ON YOU: Big Truths From a Bad Mom
I released a book! In celebration, I talk about how I did it while raising two children, how that translates to motherhood, and I read a long excerpt from my first chapter. To purchase the book on Amazon, go here: https://amzn.to/2ZObDz4
The Father's Day Episode
I sit down with an awesome and funny panel of three dads to talk about what it's like for them to handle this whole parenting thing. Happy Father's Day to all the great dads out there. Follow the guys: Dean: twitter.com/adhdeanASLCrockett:...
To All the Moms of One and Done
Amanda of the Instagram account Mom of 1 and Done stops by to talk with us about the comments she receives and the opinions she hears of parents with one child. Her insta: instagram.com/momof1anddoneHer Twitter: twitter.com/momof1anddone_Join our...
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Honest and Truthful
Arianna has a way of saying what is in a lot of our heads about motherhood. She is brutally honest at times and we need more of that. She’s not afraid to tackle hard topics and educates in the best way possible. Plus she swears, so she’s kinda the best in my book. ❤️
Arianna is a real, kind and compassionate mom. Great interviews. She dives deep and isn’t afraid to really get into things. The topics are relatable. Great podcast!!
Teaching self-acceptance by keeping it real
There is this ideal of being the "perfect mother" and Arianna does an incredible job of dispelling that myth so mothers can practice self-acceptance through all the ups and downs of parenthood.