Elizabeth and Vanessa discuss how life perspective gives us, well… perspective! They give their unqualified advice to listener questions about how to set “birth time” boundaries with a best friend, whether to trust an OBGYN who is playing “fast and loose” with the Clomid :), what gift to give to a friend to make car trips with her toddler a little easier, how to navigate toddler street safety with your spouse who is not on the same page, what to do about a friend who is taking advantage of your generosity as a babysitter, and how to decide when to take the plunge with pregnancy number two after having suffered from PPD? Enjoy!
RoRo & JoJo are BACK! And they’re sweet on SOUR BEERS! Plus wine scammers, how much sparkling water is TOO much, La Croix & Diet Coke cocktails, sake it too me, and our first ever Momentous Occassion?!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss the purpose of worry, Frasier and ego before giving their extremely unqualified advice to listener questions about a lack of sex drive at a young age, whether to stay in an unsupportive marriage with five kids, whether to intervene with an ex who is suffering from mental illness, whether to go through with a marriage to someone who seems increasingly selfish, and if it’s normal to crave cuddling to an extent that it’s affecting your relationships? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Vanessa share their good/bad/funnies (Preschool success! We have two good eaters! / Sayonara snuggles! Where’s Grandma?/ Precious preschool moments! He’s growin’ up!). Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about how to choose what kind of labor you want (hospital or home) for a second birth when you know what it’s all about, how to prepare for an international flight with a thirteen month old, what to do to start planning and preparing for baby when you’ve just gotten your positive test, and how to deflect unwanted comments about assumed gender disappointment when there is none? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss the big “E” = Ego! Plus, how we define success and why a letter to a third grader brought tears to Elizabeth’s eyes. Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about how to referee a mother and husband who do not get along and how much are we obligated to share about the skeletons in our closets when we start dating someone seriously? Enjoy!