A comedy podcast about motherhood and how unnatural it sometimes is. We aren't all magical vessels! Join us every week as we deal with the thrills and embarrassments of motherhood and strive for less judging, and more laughing.
We are here to do two things: 1. Encourage you to speak publicly about uncomfortable things, and 2. Remind you that you are doing a great job. The amazing Dr. Jessica Zucker returns to the show to discuss her new book I Had A Miscarriage: A Memoir, A Movement. Plus, Biz doesn't have the answers.
What do you do when your kids ask difficult questions about race, crayons, and culture? First, you make a playlist, then you call Angela Joy! Biz sits down with Angela to discuss her wonderful children's book Black is a Rainbow Color! Plus, Biz busts out some cake parenting.
Is six months enough time to Sandra Dee yourself out of the pandemic blues? Renee Colvert of Can I Pet Your Dog? returns to talk reinvention, Delilah, and her new podcast My Pandemic Makeover Spectacular. Plus, Biz is riding the waves.
If this ever-changing world that we live in makes you give in and cry, we got you! Biz and Lenore Skenazy of Free Range Parenting and Let Grow combine their might to free the world from the grip of judge-y magazine articles. Plus, Ellis stops by for a visit.
Why worry about 10,000 hours when 2 is fine? We talk old dogs and new tricks with Tom Vanderbilt, author of Beginners: The Joy and Transformative Power of Lifelong Learning. Plus, Biz asks, "Is fudge parenting a thing?"
We all have bodies!!! It’s true! We have a body, so let's get comfortable in it! Biz talks to author, illustrator Tyler Feder about her inclusive, body positive picture book for preschoolers, Bodies Are Cool! Plus, Biz enjoys her ramen and Theresa keeps her kid’s from learning what New Year’s Eve is all about…again.
Biz talks with Kyle Lukoff about how to write the perfect picture book with a trans character. Hint: Make them a whole person who experiences the world. Plus, Biz touches her banjo in front of everyone.