Totally Laime, Totally Married and Totally Mommy are the podcast brainchildren of comedy person Elizabeth Laime. Totally Laime is about asking the most important people in comedy the least important questions, Totally Married chronicles Elizabeth and her husband Andy's adventures in marriage (plus unqualified advice to listener questions!) and Totally Mommy is an honest discussion about Motherhood between newly-mommied Elizabeth and her talented parent friends. Enjoy!
This Listener Beverage Episode features @garyonly’s lost Chi-Town beers (good news: we found ’em. Bad news for RoRo: they’re all IPAs), and voicemails from the vaults! We dig deep and answer your eldest questions, and find ourselves with a few surprise answers!
The most talented voice actor of all time, GREY DELISLE GRIFFIN is here to delight us with tales of mothering two boys (age 8 yrs and 9 mos) and of course we share our good/bad/funnies! (Understanding concepts! Hilarious thoughts of an 8 year old! Sick babies! Pre-eclampsia! Snot brush! Johnny Cash!) Then we discuss a heartbreaking listener question about co-parenting a four year old through a separation and potentially a divorce. Enjoy!
Squeamish warning: Elizabeth and Andy discuss tampons and butt stuff (what else?) on today’s episode before doling out their unqualified advice on some great listener questions about bachelor party expectations, how to start writing sketches, whether to stick in it with a guy who seems distant early on, how to get your houseguests to take reasonable showers, and lastly, to move or not to move for your beau? Enjoy!
Too much coffee? RoRo & JoJo & ADAM GOLDMAN to the rescue with COFFEE ALTERNATIVES! Plus pourovers, Proctor & Gamble, the official drink(s) of Strong Island, the Beverage Hall of Fame, SclusyToots, and more!
Elizabeth’s dear friend, the talented and beautiful inside-n-out, Vanessa Ragland is here for this question/unqualified advice heavy episode. We discuss our good/bad/funnies (Independent play! No naps! New frustrations! Cheese! Carpet Poops!) before diving into a whole lotta listener questions about how much science (genetic testing, IVF, etc) to use when there is a chance of having a child with a genetic disease, what are the slam-dunk new baby items we think everyone needs, when did Elizabeth do acupuncture for fertility when it worked for her pregnancy, how to stay connected to your sisters when they are all mothers and you are not, whether or not it’s appropriate to post a breastfeeding photo online, and lastly, how to reconcile the fear that your child will be like an unpleasant relative who share a birthday? Enjoy!