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Christina P. is a comedian and exhausted mother of two young boys. WMMA explores all thing parenting - from colossal mom fails to the quiet rage you feel when your toddler won't nap. Emails, voicemails and video submissions are welcome!

Where My Moms At? w/ Christina P‪.‬ YMH Studios

    • Comedy
    • 4.7 • 2.6K Ratings

Christina P. is a comedian and exhausted mother of two young boys. WMMA explores all thing parenting - from colossal mom fails to the quiet rage you feel when your toddler won't nap. Emails, voicemails and video submissions are welcome!

    Ep. 162 - Dial It Back w/ Ryan Sickler - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Ep. 162 - Dial It Back w/ Ryan Sickler - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Ryan Sickler joins Christina P for this episode of WMMA. They discuss journaling, EMDR, Ryan’s crazy experience at an Eagles concert, girls’ wardrobe in 2022, kids having crushes, and more! They give advice to listeners about losing your virginity in your 20s and potty training.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Ep. 161 - Couch Dads w/ Danny Brown - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Ep. 161 - Couch Dads w/ Danny Brown - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Danny Brown joins Christina P for this episode of WMMA. They discuss good dads, Lavar Ball, Adderall, broken McDonald’s ice cream machines, selling drugs, and Danny’s time doing stand-up with Hannibal Buress. Danny also recounts his experience with a teenage miscarriage and raising his daughter today. They respond to voicemail follow ups about the pronunciation of “miniature” and the disposal of “white” socks.

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Ep. 160 - I'm Being Heckled - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Ep. 160 - I'm Being Heckled - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Needing some inspiration this week? Christina has plenty of that for you on this episode with the return of her That's Deep Bro segment. In it, you'll hear her thoughts on being broke at 30, keeping your dreams a secret while you incubate your ideas, and the problem with playing it safe. She also discusses some of the bad advice she's gotten over the years and why she doesn't like giving notes to young comedians. Finally, she reveals how being heckled by someone close to her pushed her to accomplish more. Remember, you don't need anyone's support other than your own, it's okay to be a loser sometimes, and eagles fly alone so be an eagle! Enjoy.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Ep. 159 - Cleaning Up The Garbage w/ Pinky Patel - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Ep. 159 - Cleaning Up The Garbage w/ Pinky Patel - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Pinky Patel is a mom, comedian, and content creator with over 5 million followers on TikTok. Today, she joins Christina P in her goth room to talk about what it’s like being all of these things. She also explains code switching, her experience with dirty chat rooms, and how she met her husband (did you know Napster had a chat function?). Christina and Pinky bond over getting suspended on TikTok and discuss the problem with the Kardashians while offering up some bits of mom wisdom along the way. Focus with a “P” and enjoy the conversation.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep. 158 - So Much Milk w/ Hila Klein - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Ep. 158 - So Much Milk w/ Hila Klein - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Hila Klein is one half of h3h3Productions and the H3 Podcast, and an artist known for creating the streetwear brand Teddy Fresh. She joins Christina P to discuss kids swearing, allergies, breastfeeding, getting your kids to discharge energy, how young siblings interact, the future of Teddy Fresh, the new Victoria's Secret model, and more!

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Ep. 157 - Goth Not Hot w/ Kreayshawn - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Ep. 157 - Goth Not Hot w/ Kreayshawn - Where My Moms At w/ Christina P

    Kreayshawn joins Christina P for this episode of Where My Moms At? They discuss the song they made together (“The Mom Song”), making content for OnlyFans, kids watching murder videos, high school comedies, Kreayshawn’s skateboard getting broken by a kid in her neighborhood, “Supernanny,” and why Kreayshawn wishes she was gay.

    • 1 hr 2 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.6K Ratings

2.6K Ratings

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Keep doing what you do!

Let the haters hate! You’re speaking out and thats what we all need! We all don’t need to think the same! You go girl!

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Less than one star

Disgusting “comedy” (can you call it that if it’s not funny at all?) Racist, transphobic, vile. You don’t deserve a platform to spew your hateful rhetoric.

Kymmie cub ,

Insincere mom podcast

Most of the call ins are not women, or don’t have kids. Annoying when people say they are dog moms or aunts or have a ho bag or something that has nothing to do with parenting. The advice coming from this elite, selfish, removed mother is cheap and often horrible. She often ends advice with “but what do I know I’m just a comedian” or something to that affect; she doesn’t raise her kids, the nannies do. It’s not relatable to people who can’t afford a nanny for each kid and a sleep trainer and all sorts of other people she employs to take care of her children and family. It’s become a podcast just trying to sell ads to mothers, while talking to other rich, crappy celebrity moms. All of the p effects are, just buy something or I’m so dumb, which was cool a year ago but is now just a lame gimmick. She tells almost each guest that they should be in therapy like her, who’s been in therapy for 10+ years, as if that’s relatable to people or as if she’s actually trying to work through her stuff and not just spend more money on herself. The podcast isn’t growing or doing anything interesting, it’s the same gimmick and the same excuse of I’m exhausted because I’m a mom when she doesn’t really take care of her children. It seems like she is afraid to be the mom to her kids or to do the tuff love she loves to talk about. Instead she tries to be a “cool” mom by just throwing money at the kids and buying help. This podcast could have grown but instead it’s just selling cringy ads and talking like the worst alcoholic soccer moms.

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