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Plane Drain!

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Totally Married Podcast

Episode 209

Back from vacation and enjoying a chill fourth, Elizabeth and Andy discuss their eventful plane ride as well a Fourth Of July memories before giving their unqualified advice to listener questions about coping with a Dad who is going through another midlife crisis, how to deal with regret at a young age, how to handle bickering over little things and whether the honeymoon phase is an actual thing in relationships, and whether or not to invite an aunt to your wedding who has been awful to you but would create drama if she weren’t invited? Enjoy!

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Memory Books w/Natalie Smyka!

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Totally Mommy Podcast

Episode 78

Elizabeth’s new mom friend, the lovely actress Natalie Smyka is cohost this week! We discuss our good/bad/funnies (Memory books for deceased loved ones! Excitement for travel! Bath poops! Hair wash failures! Mistaking ancient men for Dada! Odd pregnancy symptoms!) before giving our unqualified advice to listener questions about pet love after baby, how to plan for mother/mother in law visits after birth, whether Elizabeth is dealing with guilt in adding a second child, how to handle the grief that bubbles up with motherless motherhood, and how to connect with a nephew who lives across the country? Enjoy!

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It’s Heatin’ Up!

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Totally Married Podcast

Episode 208

Elizabeth and Andy get silly due to the blazing hot heat that might be going to their heads before diving right on into listener questions about dating in your own area code, whether to move across country before or after your wedding, how to get your spouse and parent to be civil with each other, how to get your husband let your sister’s rude comments to not affect him, whether or not to stay in a relationship that requires constant apologies and walking on eggshells, and lastly how to handle a financial conundrum that has you tied into helping your parents for a mistake they made on your behalf. Enjoy!