When we started Motherhood On Tap, we wanted to share our own struggles with parenting, but also understand other mothers out there and what they are facing and how we as a whole, as mothers, can help each other through these struggles. So we decided we would discuss issues that mothers of color face still in today’s society. We hope this episode demonstrates how we stand in solidarity with people of color and the BLM movement.
Have you ever felt like you been so busy during the day, but NOTHING was accomplished? I think we all have. Between life, children, our children’s activities, our spouse/partner, and trying to have our own personal life, how can we get anything done? We discuss some obstacles that get in our way and then some tips and possible solutions to help us all be more productive and feel like we are getting some things done. Of course we have a few laughs and yummy drinks while we discuss and share our own frustrations with feeling productive.
This week we have a fun and informative episode all about apps that are helpful to moms. Having a hard time keeping schedule, too much artwork laying around the house, or maybe a new mom trying to figure out a feeding and diapering schedule, these apps might be helpful towards you and your family. We get a little excited with all the apps we discuss. So, fire up your laptop, tablet, or phone and get to downloading!
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.