This episode may bring up some feelings! We are announcing the final pivot for the Moms Struggling Well pod and then we will help you identify your feelings WELL so that you can understand yourself and your kiddos a little better. But then what? Listen to find out!
It’s the shows 7th Birthday! Struggs wrote in with interview questions for us to answer. We are so thankful for our relationship with each other and for the relationship with have with you all! We hope you love this one as much and we loved recording it.
This week we are talking about the stressors of going back to work, kids growing up and getting their own jobs, family dinners morphing into a less cute situation and what it’s like not being able to share as much about our not-so-little-ones as they become more independent. Don’t worry, it’s not a huge downer. We have strategies to struggle well when entering back into the workforce and Struggs do too!
Communicating WELL feels impossible when tempers are high. This week we are talking brain science and it will help you understand why your kiddos act the way they do. Turns out, we have picked up some pretty great techniques over the years! This episode is all out strategies to struggle well when deescalating fights between siblings, grounding techniques for our fight or flight kiddos and ways to regulate ourselves before engaging. Follow our show’s Instagram for more resources throughout the week!
Does everything fall apart in the evenings at your house? This week, we talk about the most difficult time of day and Struggs come through with strategies to struggle WELL through the dreaded witching hour. Did you know it’s not only for babies and toddlers? We get a glimpse into how evenings look different with older kiddos and for working moms and as always, we are reminded that we’re not alone in these struggles and that there really is some sweetness to be found there!
This week we hear a story about walking through a difficult diagnosis and strategies to struggle well while raising a child with developmental disabilities.
This episode is packed with vacation perspective shifts and hacks! Listen to find out how we solve listener problems like how to experience a bougie beach vacation on a budget, how to end vacation WELL, and what to do with a grumpy husband and large families with significant age gaps.
Making magical moments for your kids (that are fun for you too) is actually just a perspective shift away. Today Rebecca talks to the Fairy Godmother of Instagram who cares deeply about celebrating friends, community and love WELL. She shares some low-pressure ways to mom hack enjoying the small things. Spoiler alert: It’s a lot more about making mom happy than we realize.