Elizabeth’s dear friend, the talented actress/writer and comedian, MEGAN NEURINGER is back and this episode is a special one. She and Elizabeth don’t hold back discussing real life, the double edged sword of fame, and why death jokes are important to them both. This is probably the most raw/heartfelt episode of Totally Laime ever recorded… for real. Enjoy!
Totally Mommy Podcast
Elizabeth and Cohost Andy discuss all things sleep now that it is the most important commodity in their lives. Plus, they cover good, the bad, and the funny before diving into listener questions regarding technology and children, why Elizabeth wanted the type of birth that she did, and lastly, how do they feel about Toddlers and Tiaras? Leave your own good/bad/funnies in the comments below! Enjoy!
Totally Married Podcast
It’s Andy’s 35th Birthday, (Happy Birthday Andy!) so naturally we discuss lying and when it’s totally cool! Also we dive into listener questions about having children abroad, being pregnant at the same time as your sibling, how to proceed after professing your love to someone who is already spoken for, and how to deal with the bitter pill of rejection that comes with creative pursuits. Enjoy!
He’s a good friend and an incredibly badass (and incredibly mysterious!) screenplay writer. The fantastic ERIC PEARSON came on and got off to an amazing start by making Elizabeth cry with joy over baked goods. Then they move on to discussions about the most disgusting drawing in the world, what it was like getting robbed as soon as he arrived in LA, why poker almost got the best of him, and what were the two memorable times he’s cried in his life. Enjoy!
Totally Mommy Podcast
Elizabeth and her fantastic co-host/baby daddy, Andy, discuss their first outing failure which involved a shaking dog and an epic Oprah meltdown before they dive into listener questions about vegan pregnancy, how to deflect birth choice negativity, what the process is for genetic testing, whether or not cord blood banking is worth it, and how to decide whether staying at home versus continuing a career is the right choice after baby? Enjoy!