Beth and Emily -- and a few friends -- discuss how they are handling (or not handling) the holidays this year. We also talk about an upcoming VIRTUAL EVENT happening on November 7 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.. It's Home for the Holidays :: A Virtual Moms Night In.
Ever wonder what the youngest of four, the oldest of five, and an only child might have to say about birth order? You are about to find out in this episode! Birth order not only impacts your family dynamics, but it also impacts the way you parent, interact with extended family, and more.
Here's a little taste of what we talk about: "Our disciplinary reasons and methods have shifted from 'let's change the behavior so that everyone is comfortable' to 'let's look at what we're doing and how it impacts the people around us.'"
"Food is a big deal" is our favorite quote from episode 31. And we spend our time talking about it and how food impacts our emotions and relationships.
Guess what? Beth and Emily noticed the stress and strain from the pandemic started impacting their gynecologic health, so they called on a friend and longtime Fort Worth Moms supporter, Dr. Jamie Erwin of Vivi Women's health, to help. And by help, we mean answer all of their questions. ;-)
Beth and Emily chose different schooling options for their kids. They talk about this civilly. They are still friends. Be like Beth and Emily. ;-)
"My kids will never have food on their face in public" and other statements made loudly and confidently prior to kids . . . that's what episode 28 is allll about. Beth and Emily dish on the many times they have "eaten their words" since becoming a mom.