Joy and Sarah are joined by Elementary School Principal, Kellee Akers. She is a mother to 3 teenagers and has been an urban school educator for 25 years so to say she’s gathered some tidbits about parenting along the way is an understatement. You won’t wanna miss this one!
Jenny shares her grief about losing her kids to the world’s expectations once they started school and the struggle to learn how both you and your kids adapt and function within a new system.
The girls sit down with longtime friend, Stephanie Melidis Wilson to discuss the day to day juggling act we all perform and the importance of soaking in the sweet moments.
Sarah, Joy and Jenny sit down once again to talk through Emily’s visit. We learn a new significance of the song “Red, Red Wine” and did you know you can learn about yourself through your handwriting?
From fertility clinics to panic attacks to sperm donors, our lovely guest Emily Kopp speaks on how becoming a parent shifted her relationship with herself.
Jenny, Joy and Sarah talk more about anger and expectations. Jenny gets personal.
Joy and Sarah are joined by Caroline Locorriere, founder of Nashville Acting Studio and Joy’s acting teacher for the last 3 years. She shares with us about losing her own mother, swiftly followed by her divorce and the challenges of being a single parent to an only child.
The gang is back together to talk about our wonderful guest, Niko McCall and how it’s become harder than ever to lean in and trust our mothers intuition when it comes to our children’s curiosity about gender identity and sexual curiosity.
Joy and Sarah are joined by their first parent who is trans. Niko shares with us his story of discovering himself alongside becoming a mom.
Jenny is back and shares her admiration for Jessie. We spend more time discussing trauma, grief, and healing our inner child.
Once again, Joy and Sarah get to sit back down with Jessie Busbee and discuss life and motherhood after loss.
Joy and Sarah are joined by dear friend Jessie Busbee, who walks them through what it’s been like raising her 3 girls in the midst of losing her husband to Glioblastoma in 2019.