fbpx
Summer traditions keep us sane. They are the serving as the center point of familiarity we can all gather around this summer. Yes, some traditions, like out-of-town vacations, may be paused or look different in 2020, but there are many traditions holding true -- even in the middle of the pandemic.
This episode is a bit longer than typical for Momfessions, but it is an important one that reflects on the generational damage caused by abuse and the hope cycle breakers can bring. It's not an easy question to answer -- how can you parent well after surviving abuse -- but it's one paramount to explore.
Beth and Emily chat about the importance of self-care, their own summer transitions, and which tips can really make a difference.
In this episode, Beth and Emily, along with some "phone-in" friends, talk about the really hard aspects of the new normal and the really beautiful joys that have risen out of it. We bet you can relate! Take and listen and share your pandemic burdens and beauties in the comments below.
We don't know about you, but we could REALLY use a laugh. So, we looked through all our mishaps and funny moments that never made the cut. We're sharing these in this bonus epsiode. Laugh with us and at us, please!
Episode 21 finds Beth and Emily chatting about childhood milestones -- ones their kids missed, how they handled it, and what they did and didn't stress about. Also, joining Momfessions Podcast is a special guest from My Health My Resources Tarrant County.
For this milestone episode, Beth and Emily get quite the laugh as they discuss "Ridiculous Mom Worries." Take a listen, empathize with them, and share your own stories,

Follow Us

22,422FansLike
9,472FollowersFollow
1,466FollowersFollow
2,502FollowersFollow

In + Around Tarrant County

Soul Food Sunday :: Granny’s Favorites

0
Granny, as she is affectionately called, is one of the best chefs I know. She rarely uses a recipe and just seasons and tastes as she goes. It was one of my life goals to be able to replicate my favorite recipes of hers, but she almost never had one to follow.