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.
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.
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'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.
Sarah tells us about the Lego Batman Premiere plus we discuss the LA City Council.
This week we talk about getting ready for the holidays, Rogue One and the Rose Parade.
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 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
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.
This week, we talk about getting back into the swing of things. Plus I recap my trip to Las Vegas to see JLo.
Sarah talks about seeing Absolutely Fabulous and I give an update on Dateweek.
We talk about our parts in two BuzzFeed videos - one about taking the SATs and another about postpartum depression. We also talk about our favorite places in Los Angeles and all of the many things to do this weekend in Los Angeles.
In this episode, we talk about women owned businesses, getting healthy this spring, and what we did during spring break.
This week we spend some time at Dodgers Stadium talking to Chef Jason Tingley about the new food offerings at the stadium plus we learn about this year's fan giveaways.
In this episode we talk about Summer Camps. Sarah interviews Jill Levin from Tips on Trips and Camps and President of the Parents Education League Desiree Lapin about camps in Los Angeles. We also talk about plans for Spring break and "making an effort."
In this episode, we talk about how Grease Live and the results of the Iowa Caucus. Plus we have another installment of Don't Be That Mom and Sarah tells about her event with the Mayor.
It's not easy for busy moms to take time for themselves, but we are determined to make more time for our health this year. Sarah and I talk about exercise plans, healthy eating, and the calming power of knitting.
In this episode, we talk about the FordPASS and how it could be a great resource for Los Angeles drivers. We also talk about the Oscar nominations and the new LAUSD superintendent. Sarah shares one of her New Year's Resolutions - to take care of herself - and Yvonne talks about her obsession with Botox.
This has been a crazy and stressful week for the parents and school children of Los Angeles. LAUSD closed all 900 of its schools after receiving a terror threat. We talk about what it was like that day for us as moms and for our kids.