Brought to you by 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!
An apple a day can’t keep TBASH away! We’re drinking APPLE JUICE with ELY RISE! PLUS: Happy Birthday and a big ol’ GFY to BevHead Kate, bedside water with your old lady, beverage gestures, sailor’s piss, savory bevs, and SO much more!
Hooray! The hilarious and mega talented CASEY WILSON is here to cohost! We discuss the challenging post partum period, having the right kind of support, and of course our good/bad/funnies! (Lovey and tantrum lessons! Sleep, glorious sleep!/ Body confidence plunge! Mom guilt and balance!/ Cleaning Lady spiral! Leather jackets!) Then we give our advice to a listener question about pregnancy forums. Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss coming off a week of emotional transitions and slates being wiped clean, plus the deceptive language in Elizabeth’s giving birth prep! Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about when and how to let certain friendships go, how to approach neighbors who don’t keep the common spaces clean/functional, whether or not to give an ex a second chance after some immature behavior, what to do about an insensitive and pushy mother in law, and whether or not (and how) to be friends with an ex? Enjoy!
Aww, yeah, VANESSA RAGLAND is in tha house and we’re gettin’ loopy! After many sidetracks involving baja fresh and scary men on planes, we discuss our good/bad/funnies (Sleeping IN til 7! Rolling Down Hills!/ TV monster! Tree dirt!/ “Oh MAN!” Goat kisser!) before giving our unqualified advice to listener questions about navigating a relationship with a “parenting” competitive relative, how to respond to inquiries about your family planning and timing with work, how much TV is okay for an 18 month old, and whether to choose being a stay at home mom over working if it means feeling a little financially tight? Enjoy!