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Tag archive: ten months postpartum

Ep. 79: Is Your Baby More Likely to Be a Boy or Girl?

Laura reveals a recent revelation that just may change her life, and Shanna reports on her 11-month-old baby’s walking skills. Also, in the segment “Today I Learned,” Shanna talks about some old-timey parenting advice that is just bananas, and Laura shares some surprising statistics about the likelihood of having a boy or a girl. Finally, […] Read More

Ep. 77: Am I a Terrible Mom?

In the segment “OMG I’m Freaking Out,” Laura experiences bodily sensations that have her wondering if she’s pregnant again, and Shanna worries about disturbing news about a prescription drug that her baby took for months. Also, Shanna discusses her baby’s new sharing skills as well as an accident that had Shanna questioning her mothering skills, […] Read More

Ep. 76: Boobs, Bathrooms and Britches

In the segment “Mom Confessions,” Laura and Shanna admit the amusingly scandalous parenting moves they’ve made recently. Also, Laura wonders if her baby actually said his first word or if it was just baby gibberish, and Shanna reports on her baby’s latest skills and fears. Finally, they reveal their BFPs and BFNs for the week. […] Read More

Bonus: More Burning Questions Answered, Part 2

In this special bonus episode, Shanna and Laura answer listener questions about conceiving through IVF, their babies’ nap schedules, the unexpected (and sometimes beautiful) things about new motherhood and much more. https://www.instagram.com/p/B6Bv1MHhvNw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Read More

Ep. 75: The Living Nightmare of Daylight Savings

Shanna reports on how the end of Daylight Savings Time has turned her children into maniacs, and Laura talks about her baby’s impressive new climbing skills. Also, they discuss some hilariously terrifying parenting situations in this week’s special segment, “Gripe Water.” Finally, they reveal their BFPs and BFNs for the week. Shanna’s baby is 11 […] Read More

Bonus: More Burning Questions Answered, Part 1

In this special bonus episode, Shanna and Laura answer listener questions about the impact of a second child on the relationship with the firstborn, managing an in-law’s request to be present at the birth, setting boundaries with family members and much more. https://www.instagram.com/p/B5v9MToBnd6/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Read More

Ep. 74: Gimme Those Sloppy Baby Kisses

In the segment, “Internet Insanity”, Shanna and Laura skeeve you out with an unusual baby-related beauty treatment and creep you out with one baby’s bizarre lovey. Also, Laura talks about her baby’s first legit head cold, and Shanna wonders if her baby is experiencing a walking regression. Finally, they reveal their BFPs and BFNs for […] Read More

Ep. 73: The Struggle Is Real: Giving Medicine to a Baby

In the segment, “They Said What?!”, Shanna gets off-putting feedback about her baby’s size, and Laura receives mind-boggling comments about her baby’s gender. Also, Laura talks about battling the eight-to-ten-month sleep regression, and Shanna describes her struggle to give her sick baby medication. Finally, they reveal their BFPs and BFNs for the week. Shanna’s baby […] Read More

Ep. 72: Your Breastfeeding Questions Answered! Interview with Jessica Claire, IBCLC

Laura interviews lactation consultant Jessica Claire, IBCLC, who answers listener questions about everything from sore nipples to the Haakaa manual breast pump. Also, in the weekly check-ins, Shanna discusses her baby’s unusual new skill, and Laura reports on a receiving an unexpected result at her baby’s nine-month checkup. Finally, they reveal their BFPs and BFNs […] Read More

Ep. 71: Blue Breastmilk and Teething Conundrums

In the segment “What I Googled This Week,” Laura wonders why her breastmilk is blue, Shanna asks if she can put hand sanitizer on her baby, and both moms have questions about the mysteries of teething. Also, Shanna and her family evacuate their home to escape a wildfire, and Laura’s recent episode of “mom clumsiness” […] Read More