In this week's episode, we talk about terrible #metoo moments and how sad it is that so many women have the same stories. Sarah tells us about her fun afternoon with the cast of Thor and she talks about her weekend spent visiting her son at college.
We were out and about quite a bit lately. The Westfield Century City mall opened this week and we were lucky enough to go to the grand opening where DNCE and the Village People performed. As part of a sponsored campaign, we visited Adventist Health White Memorial Hospital and learned about diabetes health and all that the hospital is doing to help the community of East Los Angeles. Sarah went to a talk about the impact that sugar has on your brain and overall health (which has made me sugar-free for the last couple of days!). Then we chat a bit about the Las Vegas shooting and what it means or doesn't mean for the future.
This episode is a little longer than our usual podcasts, but we hope you stick with it until the end to hear the founders of LOOM talk about their business of helping new and expecting parents with classes and services. We also talk about Sarah's experience of sitting in on "Teen Court" - not a reality show, but a real-life juvenile justice court where teens sit on a jury to hear the cases of other teens. And lastly we chat a bit about babies and parenting (and the movie "mother").
This week we talk about shopping for jeans, the Pablove Foundation and the new ice cream shop in Mar Vista.
In our latest episode, we talk about all of the cool tech for moms that we learned about during the lunch we hosted with Techlicious for the Consumer Technology Association. Plus, we talk about the Santa Monica Classic and the Indigo Girls at the Ace Hotel.
In this episode, we talk about our day being hosted at Hollywood and Highland. Then we talk about our favorite salsa, parenting a child who doesn't live at home and what's for dinner.
In this episode, Sarah tells us about taking and dropping off her son at college. We talk about birthdays, Los Angeles food and the long weekend.
Sarah talks about getting ready to take her son to college for the first time and we both talk about how much helicoptering is too much.
In our back to school episode, we talk about the terrible events in Charlottesville and how we talk to our kids about race. Hamilton arrived in Los Angeles and I'll tell you what I thought of it. Plus we chat about sending our kids back to school this week.
We talk about Sarah's milestone birthdays, a fancy party for HBO's Big Little Lies and Politicon.
Sarah and I talk about the difficulty of being work-at-home moms during the summer and how things sometimes don't turn out as we planned.
This week we talk about Sarah preparing to send her son to college and I talk about Dateweek 2017.
This week, I talk about my backpacking adventure in Sequoia and Sarah tells about her trip to Temecula. Plus, we chat about the new Spiderman movie.
In this episode, Sarah talks about taking her son to get his "sideshow bob" haircut after a year of him growing it out. We also talk about illegal fireworks, Disneyland and summer plans.
We're back from a two week break. We talk about all that's happened since we've been gone including the Despicable Me 3 and Beguiled junkets.
This week we talk about culmination and graduation. What those two milestones for our kids mean for us and how we're getting through it all.
This week, we talk about different parenting styles, summer camp and Wonder Woman.
We talk about what we did on Mother's Day. Sarah tells about waiting up for her son on prom night.
This week, we talk about our plans for Mother's Day and we talk about fun, LA events.
It's getting close to the end of the school year and we talk about prom, graduation and volunteering.
We had a lot of fun this week! We went on an avocado walk to eat and learn about Hass Avocados, we worked out with Harley Pasternak and hosted a hot yoga class. Plus we talk about Tap Water Day in Los Angeles.
We're back after a long hiatus. In this episode we talk about how exhausting it is when you care about people and the world, and the person you don't want to run into when you're out and about.