Dear Mamas: The podcast – episode one

Kia ora! Holly Walker and I are super excited to bring to you the very first episode of our monthly podcast – Dear Mamas. This first episode is just kind of an intro into what we are all about – we introduce ourselves, and then talk about a lot of stuff over a wine (or two). Weaning, work, and everything in between is covered – but we will probably have a theme for future episodes. We want to create a podcast that is fun and umm funny but we want to also cover the serious stuff – the things that matter to mums. We want to celebrate parenting but also commiserate together over the hard stuff. And support and uplift each other. It’s similar to my blog – but in podcast form. It’s a no-bullshit, no-judgement zone. Check it out, tell us what you think, and please let us know what you’d like us to cover in our next episode. We are hoping to put out an episode every month – the next one should be out mid-March. You can subscribe to the podcast in iTunes or Stitcher, or I’ll be posting them as we do them here.

Here is a transcript of our discussion. A huge thanks to @styla73 for writing this transcript and to Ed for his support.

5 Comments on “Dear Mamas: The podcast – episode one

  1. THANKYOU for the transcript I am deaf so podcasts are usually no-go zones for me. You made my day!

  2. I have just listened to this – home sick for the day from a stressful full-time job and keeping all the balls in the air that comes from having two toddlers – I found your podcast after a random scroll and it could not have spoken to me more!!!! Thank you so much for putting a dose of reality out there that’s not all “you can have it all, but first of all you need a nanny, a chef, airbrush make-up that you can apply in five seconds to hide those tell tale signs you have children and one million dollars..” Big high five to you both.

  3. Have FINALLY got around to downloading and subscribing – can’t WAIT to listen 🙂 Podcast time for me is grocery shopping. Hubby thinks it’s ridiculous but I love it 🙂 Makes a crappy job WAY more enjoyable x