It’s been a crazy few weeks. Our world has been turned upside down and we are now facing the task of living, working, and parenting in an environment like none other. With the Coronavirus continuing to spread across the globe, we parents are trying to fig
Sometimes, you just want to sit down and chat with a good friend about what they’ve been up to lately and this episode is just that. We’ve got Sarah and Melania on the mics talking about what they’ve been reading, watching, and doing. Bust out your Goodre
In this episode, we talk to Dave Nelsen, a stay at home dad who has a thing or two to say about how he sees the parenting community around him perpetuating the mental load of motherhood and what he thinks can be done to begin to lessen that load. He also
This episode creates space to discuss just a few of the many facets of what it means to be a “working mom” while also tackling some of the larger issues at play that continue to make it a challenge for moms to feel supported in the workforce.
Trigger Warning: This episode discusses perinatal mood disorders and mental health issues. Listener discretion is advised. 1 in 7 women will experience perinatal mood and anxiety disorders in the pregnancy or postpartum period. In low income and underser
Trigger Warning: This episode discusses child and infant loss. Listener discretion is advised. - How do we carry on when the unimaginable happens? Where do we turn when a mother’s worst nightmare comes true? In this episode of Milwaukee Momcast,
"We don't have a shared definition of racism....but it's a systemic problem we all need to understand to enact change." How two Milwaukee Area Moms created a space dedicated to having conversations about race in an effort to Bridge the Divide and chang...
Parenting doesn't come with an instruction manual, but being open to learning is a crucial parenting skill. We talk to a Love and Logic instructor about consequences, empathy, and how NOT to yell at our kids.
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In this episode, we sit down for a chat with WI State Rep. Robyn Vining. As a mom, small business owner, co-founder of an anti-trafficking nonprofit, and now as a legislator, she is living proof of what can happen when women get curious, bold and brave.