Y’all, the sunshine day dream that is Playing House’s JESSICA ST. CLAIR is back! We discuss our good/bad/funnies (Potty time! Life lessons through Motherhood!/ Baby Oprah’s first heartbreak! Tantrums!/ Adorable fake phone calls! Hamming it up over breakfast!) before giving our unqualified advice to listener questions about whether or not it’s okay to leave a 6 month old for a four day trip, and how to navigate the challenging conversation about having another baby when the parents aren’t for sure on the same page? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss her recent fun work adventure as well as light subjects such as stacked time and the space/time continuum before giving their unqualified advice to listener questions about a toxic work relationship, how to proceed with a partner who is not able to show that he is listening and what to do when your fiancee plagiarizes your jokes? Enjoy!
She’s a cohost triple threat – charming, funny, and wise! The wonderful KIMMY GATEWOOD, mother to 7 month old Lottie, is here to discuss our good/bad/funnies (Potty time! Crawling! Tantrum handling fail! Post partum sounds! Bless you! Dancing baby!). Then we give our unqualified advice to listener questions about how to deal with feelings of guilt or sadness on behalf of your first baby when contemplating bringing another baby into the mix, how to handle being the best man in a destination wedding when it is happening over your baby’s due date, and what to do about the annoying aunt and her annoying comments about the baby? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss her recent foray back into therapy, the Ashley Madison “fallout” and why oppression/suppression seems to breed hypocrisy. Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about how to process a hurtful wedding party snub, as well as how to handle a delicate work situation at a law firm. Enjoy!
The all around lovely “Mama” and hilarious writer, AMY BARHAM is back to cohost! We discuss our good/bad/funnies (Sense of humor! Saying thank you!/ Scary internet! Constant exhaustion!/ Looking up the future! Time for night night!) before giving our unqualified advice to listener questions about how to cope with early motherhood worry vortexes, and whether or not to let potential entertainment representation know about an early pregnancy? Enjoy!