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Ep. 294 – What Is Mother Phubbing?

Laura and Shanna dive into the topics of mother phubbing, anosmia, smoke-detector mysteries and more in this week’s special segment, “What I Googled This Week.” Also, Shanna reports on her 8-year-old daughter’s request to change her name, and Laura talks about finally getting Covid after four years of avoiding the virus. Finally, they share their […] Read More

Ep. 216: Trying New Parenting Skills

Shanna and Laura admit the odd and embarrassing things they’ve asked the internet lately in the special segment “What I Googled This Week,” including the topics of stool samples, snug-fitting sleepers and more! Also, Shanna reports on trying some new parenting techniques with her 3-year-old, and Laura discusses a major setback in her progress to […] Read More

Ep. 194: Mom Rage

Shanna and Laura admit the odd and embarrassing things they’ve asked the internet lately in the special segment “What I Googled This Week,” including the topics of smell, smashing and more! Also, Shanna reports on the exciting outing she had with her six-year-old, and Laura talks about her one-year-old’s adorable new skill. Finally, they share […] Read More

Ep. 172: Why Doesn’t My Baby Look Like Me?

In the special segment “What I Googled This Week,” Shanna and Laura admit the unusual and/or embarrassing questions they’ve asked the internet recently, including the topics of family genetics and toddler visual disturbance. Also, Shanna tackles her toddler’s early-morning wakings, and Laura celebrates her baby’s new and under-appreciated milestone. Finally, they share their BFPs and […] Read More
Big Fat Positive Podcast

Ep. 154: My Baby Has a Flat Head

In the segment “What I Googled This Week,” Laura and Shanna reveal the parenting-related topics they have asked the internet recently, including toddler weight lifting, kids acting like animals and more! Also, Shanna reports on her 2-year-old’s behavior regression, and Laura reveals her strategy for fixing her baby’s flat head. Finally, they share their BFPs […] Read More

Ep. 137: Baby Kicks, Cervix Checks and Parenting Burnout

In the special segment “What I Googled This Week,” Shanna and Laura cover toddler hairdos, cervix ripening and more! Also, Laura talks about counting baby kicks, and Shanna reports on her toddler’s latest obsession. Finally, they reveal their BFPs and BFNs for the week. Shanna’s toddler is 2 years old, and Laura’s toddler is 2 […] Read More

Ep. 122: Should I Have a VBAC?

This week, Laura considers having a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC), and she reports on her conversation with her OB-GYN about the option. Shanna discusses her toddler’s new favorite vocabulary word and her emerging interest in using the potty. Also, in the segment “What I Googled This Week,” Shanna and Laura reveal the odd, hilarious […] Read More

Ep. 106: Why Is My Toddler Screaming?

In the special segment “What I Googled This Week,” Laura and Shanna consult the internet for answers to their latest parenting conundrums, including unusual toddler injuries, soup, race horses and pop stars. Also, Laura reports on her toddler’s hilarious new habit of talking in his sleep, and Shanna bemoans her toddler’s new obsession with screaming […] Read More

Ep. 96: Dealing with Big Toddler Emotions

Shanna and Laura get to the bottom of night terrors, prune juice and more in this week’s special segment, “What I Googled This Week.” Also Laura talks about her recent success using the RIE parenting method that she read about in Janet Landsbury’s book, “No Bad Kids,” and Shanna discloses her strategy for finally getting […] Read More

Ep. 50: The Wacky Things We Googled This Week

Shanna and Laura discuss sleep training, Marie Kondo-ing, baby numerology, baby modeling, baby shower registry must-haves, and more in this special 50th episode! The new moms start things off with their weekly check-ins, then move on to the special segment, “What I Googled This Week,” in which they admit the embarrassing parenting-related things they’ve asked […] Read More