On this week's episode, we talk with Dr. Savannah Sparks, a board-certified pharmacist, and stout vaccine proponent. (I know! Look at us all fancy talking to people with advanced degrees? WTF?) Savannah is better known as @rx0rcist on TikTok. This week we chat about some of the biggest myths surrounding vaccines, how to talk with moms on the fence about vaccinating their littles, and the need-to-know bits of flu shots.
Note: This episode had a lot to cover and is a little longer than our standard fare. This episode also marks the move to a weekly episode! Yay more Momma Cusses Podcast stuff.
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It's hard when a relationship ends. It's even harder when you've created or shared spawn with that person and you can't just ghost them. In this episode, we chat with Ashley, the founder of The Conscious Co-Parent. A breakup requires grieving and we discuss how to ride that rollercoaster - both the one you're on and the one your ex has to ride. Choosing what's best for your kid isn't always easy and the decision to co-parent takes work. A lot of work. And curse words. A lot of curse words. But, in the end, if you and your former partner can make it work, it's definitely worth the struggle. And, apparently, it does get easier.
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The moment you become a mom - you're supposed to magically know a metric ton of crap. Some of us are lucky to have great support networks and resources available to learn from. Others of us are just flapping in the breeze just trying to hang on. And sometimes we learn stuff that maybe isn't so great. So when you encounter a mom who might be able to benefit from the knowledge you've gained while momming, how do you help without treading into the dreaded mom-shaming territory. This week we chat with Kelly Barile from The Momma Cusses Moms Group on Facebook on doing just that.
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This week we talk with Chelsea Parks, owner of Hooplahoma and performer with Inspyral Circus in Oklahoma City. We discuss how juggling makes friends, how to use hula-hooping and juggling as a form of meditation, and how these things can help kids with ADD or ADHD. And naturally, horror stories of performances gone awry. Because who doesn't like a good fail story, right?
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This episode is a 3 for 1 special - 3 mini episodes in one handy, dandy podcast. This week we'll chat about how to deal with being all touched out. Is there a way to get your crotch fruit to stop touching you all the time? Is it time to stop calling stay-at-home parents, STAY at home? And does motherhood have a uniform? We'll cover all this in this week's episode of The Momma Cusses Podcast.
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A good picture isn't always a perfect pictures. We almost all wander around with cameras in our pockets (or more likely tucked into our bras) and we love taking pictures of our littles. But we probably hate being in them. On this episode of Momma Cusses, we chat with Emily Supiot of Cozy Clicks about how to get great photos of our littles and the importance of getting in the pics ourselves. Our kids see the memories, not our double chin.
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For more on our guest this week, check out her website, CozyClicks.com.
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We know having kids changes us, but just how much of ourselves must we give up once we obtain small humans? Do we forsake all that we were because now we are mums? Is it okay to miss or even grieve your life before kids? How do kids affect our view of who we are as human beings, wives, professionals, or enthusiasts? The Mom Room's Renee Reina and I discuss the ins and outs of our identities as moms. From yoga we don't do any more to flexibility we never knew we had.
Catch Renee over at The Mom Room. For all her links, socials, and important things you should know - head over to MommaCusses.com for the show notes.
Moms aren't perfect because people aren't perfect. Since moms are people too, well, you get where this is going. It's time to start not only accepting your imperfections as a mom but embracing them and really turning it into an art form. In this episode, you'll find out what Bob Ross' The Joy of Painting has to teach us about being a mom and how to wabi-sabi your parenting.
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We are joined by Instagrammer and the creator of Your Best Friend's Podcast, Aurora McCausland to discuss all the weird, quirky, annoying things about stuff made for kids. Like, who the he!! made so many weird crevices in high chairs? Why are sippy cups so hard to work? And did a guy named Chad actually invent some of the dumbest stuff for kids? Find out on this episode of Momma Cusses.
This episode was also part of a Podswap. You can check out Your Best Friend's podcast anywhere you get your podcasts to here Aurora and I chat some more on Mom Guilt. Check out the show notes on mommacusses.com for all the links to the products we actually like as well as how you can find Your Best Friend's Podcast and all of Aurora's social links.
Today we’re talking about mom guilt. So what is mom guilt? It takes a lot of forms and attacks each mom differently, but generally speaking, mom guilt is this constant feeling that we as mothers are somehow not enough. We'll discuss where this horrible feeling comes from and a few things we can do to shut it down.
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Cursing and humans have a weird history and an even weirder relationship. Swear words are often relegated to adults-only talking. I have no qualms about cursing. I mean, obviously. The podcast is called Momma Cusses. But I wanted to take this episode to look at cursing, why we curse, when we censor our words, and how we raise kids to respect language and its power. I'm taking a different approach with my kids. I’m going to teach my kids to say shit. Here’s why.
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