As moms (or parents), we have been there when we think our children are entertaining themselves well enough and then… “Mom, I’m bored!” You may think, “Now what?”, “Figure it out”, or completely ignore them, maybe? This week, we discuss why children feel bored, why it can be a good thing for them, and how and when you should help them handle it. We have a yummy seasonal beverage in this episode, so grab a drink and let us help guide you through the rolled eyes, sluggish faces, and sad frowns of bored children.
Apple cider and caramel vodka
5 Ways Boredom Makes Your Kid More Awesome
Handling Boredom: Why It’s Good for Your Child
How to Help When Your Kids Are Bored
Animal control officer, nearby helpers catch loose chicken
Donkey, emu find love at animal shelter
11-year-old Ohio boy takes car on joyride
Happy Black Friday y’all! We hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends. We are very thankful and grateful to have you all as listeners of our podcast.
This episode we will be talking about bad ass moms! Pamela chose Mary Wollstonecraft and Sarah chose Michelle Obama and Sheryl Sandberg. We talk about each of their childhoods, when they became moms, and how they have left lasting impacts on our culture. Grab a cold one and enjoy…because “it’s Wollstonecraft…hitherto delicious!”
Disclaimer: This episode was recorded before the news broke about Sheryl Sandberg possibly covering up information at Facebook. We do not condone her alleged behavior, however, we did not feel right editing her segment out of the episode.
Random stuff links:
A Very Brady Renovation
NY family thinks bones under home are long-missing father
You’ve probably had that moment when you’re in the middle of a chore or helping your kids with a project and thought “there has to be an easier way!” We completely understand, so we are discussing some parent hacks you or us may not have ever heard but definitely want to consider. As always, we have our random stuff from the internet (Ross has a twin!) and a tasty beverage to enjoy.
So grab your headphones, relax, and have a pad and pen handy to write down some of these ideas.
27 Brilliant Parenting Hacks That Will Make Life with Kids Just a Little Easier
100 Genius Hacks Guaranteed To Make A Parent’s Job Easier
UK police hunt shoplifter who looks like David Schwimmer
Good Samaritan driver revives squirrel after car scare
Hey y’all! Today we have a wonderful interview with Shauna Armitage! Shauna started her professional career as a copywriter and quickly discovered her real passion was for uncovering innovative strategies that would help the companies she worked with grow. She took the dive into marketing as a project manager and founded Making Moxie, LLC a few years later. Additionally, she is the mother of 3 (soon to be four) great kids and is a military spouse.
Shauna Armitage/Making Moxie, LLC information:
Making Moxie podcast
Happy Friday! In honor of Halloween this week, we are sharing ghost stories that involve moms (of course). Sarah, naturally, gives us a background on ghost stories, and Pamela shares classic ghost stories from the eastern North Carolina region. Our stories are quite creepy but hopefully a little alcohol will make us all brave!
A Brief History of Ghost Stories
True Ghost Story: Mother’s Helper
Where are you my son?
Portrait of Theodosia Burr
Rum Keg Girl
‘Call my lawyer,’ says sweater seized with stolen sneakers
Police find stolen doughnut van, share treats with homeless