This week, we talk about our visit to Westfield Century City mall for a preview of its Beauty & Balance event and talk about the LA Marathon that will be going right by the mall. We also chat about our work with ScholarShare and the school walkouts in Los Angeles.
We took a week off to go to the amazing We All Grow conference in Long Beach. This week, we talk about the conference, mom fashion, what's new in downtown Disney and our campaign with ScholarShare.
This week, we talk about our frustration following the CNN Town Hall in Florida. Then we chat about feeding kids and include an interview with Weelicious founder Catherine McCord.
The latest school shootings have us frustrated and emotional. When will it stop? We also talk about feeding our kids and training for the LA Marathon.
This week, we talk about having a night on the town as a mom, the Super Bowl food that we love and we have another installment of Don't Be That Mom.
This week, Yvonne and Sarah chat about the Women's March, the Pasadena Half Marathon, and Yvonne wonders if she did the right thing.
In this week's episode, we talk about Aladdin the Musical at the Pantages, a moms weekend away and what we are doing to be better this year.
In this week's episode, we talk about Oprah's Golden Globes Speech and the horrific mudslides in Montecito. Yvonne gives us the inside scoop on her Inside Edition segment, "Can Your Leftovers in Your Refrigerator Make You Sick?"
We're back! And we have some big New Year's Resolutions to share with you. We also talk about being a tourist in our own town and what we were reading and watching to end the year.
In this episode we talk about our holiday plans in Los Angeles and what moms want for Christmas.
The Southern California Fires have left a lot of people struggling. We talk about how you can help the victims and how to support firefighters. Plus we chat through a few good ideas for teacher gifts.
The fires are still raging in Southern California and we talk about school closures and how to prepare if you need to evacuate. We also talk about our day driving around Los Angeles finding the best local shops to buy holiday gifts including See's Candies, Sopatopia, Homeboy Industries, Hedley and Bennett, Shop Mi Vida and Fifi and Romeo and Guelegetza. And we chat about that disappointing Al Franken.
We recorded our podcast earlier in the week, but a few things happened in the news (Matt Lauer! Garrison Keillor!) that we wanted to talk about.
In this episode, Sarah tells us about her holiday traditions and I talk about the Berkeley Half Marathon. We also chat about fun holiday events in Los Angeles this month.
We talk about what we're cooking for Thanksgiving, The Happy Place in Downtown LA and Cirque du Soleil's LUZIA at Dodger Stadium. Make sure and listen to the end to hear interviews with Alana Ubach from Pixar's Coco and Dr. Renee Dua, the creator of the Heal.
This week we talk about being a little overscheduled as we recap all of the fun events we went to in Los Angeles. I share my story of taking my kids to see Santa and then to a town hall to hear veterans tell their stories. Sarah shares her adventures of being slathered in mud and playing with puppies.
In this episode, we talk about having a moms night out to see Bad Moms Christmas, going to some fun Los Angeles events and Disney Pixar's Coco.
We recorded this episode on Thursday, the day after the Dodgers lost the final game of the World Series to the Astros. But we're only sad for a few minutes and then we move to talk about Halloween, Thor: Ragnarok and We All Grow.
This week, we chat about Halloween costumes, the LA Dodgers in the World Series and my bad parenting moment.
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.