It's our first podcast of the new year! We talk about the Women's March Los Angeles and what winter is like in Los Angeles.
In our last podcast of the year, we talk about our holiday plans and our hopes for 2017.
This week we talk about getting ready for the holidays, Rogue One and the Rose Parade.
Happy Holidays! In this episode, we share what we'd like to give and receive this holiday season, and Sarah talks about the Grinchmas at Universal.
We chat about our very different Thanksgiving holidays. I climbed Angels Landing in Zion National Park and did a 10k with my older son and Sarah helped her teen fill out college applications. We also talk about Disneyland Holidays and the Simpsons.
Sarah and I discuss the election, what went wrong and how we're dealing with the aftermath.
We recap our Halloween adventures this week plus we talk about the election and the fabulous Foodstirs party.
Sarah tells about her trip to Florida to go fishing with her teenage boys and I talk about hanging with the millennials at We All Grow Familia. And of course, we couldn't stay away from talking about the election, but this time it's all positive.
We had an excellent time on the set of Dr. Ken and The Goldbergs. In this episode, we play an excerpt of a panel discussion with Ken Jeong, creator and star of Dr. Ken where he explains why he allows his daughters to be who they want to be. Then Adam Goldberg, creator of The Goldbergs, talks about his childhood, his real mom and how he turned out so well. Then Sarah and I talk about our time trying out the skyslide on the 70th floor of the US Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles
In this episode, we talk about the movie junket for Keeping up the Joneses and a preview party for American Girl Story: Melody 1963 at the American Girl Store. Plus we have a Don't Be That Mom.
This week we share our thoughts on the presidential debate and Yvonne interviews the fabulous mom and Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings. Sarah talks about what mom guilt will make us do!
There's a lot to talk about this week. Sarah was on KPCC talking about LAUSD's decision to push back the school start date two weeks. We talk about the decision and how it will impact families.
Then we share our interviews with attorney Mark Geragos and former cable news producer Wendy Walker about the show they helped create called "Notorious." We also chat with Allie Hagan about how she was brought on as a show writer and her popular Tumblr blog, Suri's Burn Book. (We're working with the show to help get the word out)
This week we talk about Sarah's trip to the Detroit to learn about what's happening with Ford and its mobility plans. Yvonne talks about the new show Better Things and its creator, Pamela Adlon. Plus we talk about an event for the show Pitch and why we should say something if we see something.
We talk about going to Back to School Night, saving for college and quick and easy lunch and dinner recipes.
In this episode, we talk about getting "back to mom" now that our kids are back at school. Plus we chat about our overnight trip to the San Diego Zoo and the fantastic food at the LA County Fair.
This week, we talk about getting back into the swing of things. Plus I recap my trip to Las Vegas to see JLo.
Sarah and I talk about all the fun we had at Blogher 16 plus we talk about our kids going back to school and Yvonne shares an inspiring Olympic story.
We can't get enough of FLOTUS this week. We talk about her incredible speech at the Democratic Convention plus we chat about other strong women. I give a recap of Dateweek and the restaurants we tried. Sarah talks about overcoming a fear.
Sarah talks about seeing Absolutely Fabulous and I give an update on Dateweek.
We talk about press junkets for the summer movies Bad Moms and Ghostbusters. Plus we talk about Botox and parenting fears.
Sarah tells us about her afternoon with Mayor Eric Garcetti and we talk about how we feel about fireworks.
This week we talk about the Legend of Tarzan junket, a preview of the movie Trolls and what I thought of The BFG. Sarah tells us about her evening at Perch in downtown Los Angeles and her positive attitude about summer.
We're back from vacation and now the long summer is ahead of us. We talk about that a lot and a little about politics.
In this MomsLA Extra, we talk to Brittney Castro about how to save for retirement and college and also how to teach kids that saving for the future is important.