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A podcast featuring all the honest parenthood realities you didn’t know you need to know. Not just for parents, but definitely not for children. A safe space to parent and tell.
Jun 13, 2022
This week's episode, the last one before Parent Tell takes a short break for most of the summer, is a solo episode with just Kaila! Almost a solo Babysode, if you will, Kaila airs her grievances with those who seem to look down on motherhood and think that your life is just utterly ruined and completely over when you become a parent (so NOT true). While trying not to be too ranty and ravy Kaila points out the assumptions that many in society choose to make about parents, mostly moms, when in reality harmful judgements and comments are simply projections from the person who is saying them. Brene Brown seriously had it right when she said that we should lead with curiosity instead of judgement. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jun 7, 2022
Babysode: Stop Saying These, Please!
In this month's Babysode, Kaila and Jimmy read responses to the question, "What's an old fashioned parenting or pregnancy comment that needs to die?" Because for real some of y'all are still telling new parents to "sleep when the baby sleeps" and quite frankly we have had it up to here with your useless, throw away ~advice~. Kaila and Jimmy read the submitted phrases that we still hear all too often while delving into why such comments are more harmful than helpful and a few suggestions on what to say instead. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
May 30, 2022
Moving Through Secondary Infertility
This week on Parent Tell Kaila discusses secondary infertility with Kyla. Kyla had an extremely easy time getting pregnant with her now 6 year old, but when it came time to try and conceive a second child she was met with extreme roadblocks. Kyla explains her experience with fibroids and how it ultimately meant that she would not be having a second child. Kaila and Kyla talk about acceptance, intrusive comments from strangers, and how finding community can help you feel supported in whatever your fertility journey looks like. Kyla Saphir is a mother, yoga instructor, early childhood educator, and the author of the new children’s book On Brighter Days. She lives in Columbia, South Carolina, with her husband, 6 year old daughter, and their wild dog, Nia. The inspiration for the book, On Brighter Days, came from Kyla's personal experience with secondary infertility. She is the youngest of five children in her family and wanted her daughter to have siblings as well but it wasn't possible. When she looked for books for her daughter to read about their experience, the bookshelves were empty. Kyla is passionate about high quality children's literature and so she and her daughter decided to write their own book addressing these feelings for other parents and only children! To sign up for The Postpartum Body Solution-Group Coaching Program click here! For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 23, 2022
Baby Nurseries: Battling The Overwhelm With Simplicity
This week's episode of Parent Tell finds Kaila discussing interior design, specifically for nurseries and kids' rooms, with Naomi Coe. Naomi Coe is the founder of Little Crown Interiors and author of the nursery design book, Your Perfect Nursery. She founded Little Crown Interiors in 2008, focusing her design studio on nurseries and child spaces after seeing this specialized skill missing from other firms. Bringing together beauty, functionality and safety, Naomi believes in creating spaces for her clients that are unique, intentional and curated. Kaila and Naomi have a thorough discussion about how overwhelmed most parents feel about turning one of their bedrooms into a baby's room, how little babies actually need in their nursery, and how social media has turned interior design into some perfection competition that none of us will ever win (nor should we really be striving to). While Kaila and Naomi talk about wanting items that grow with the child and the importance of safety, they also touch on the privilege that naturally comes with being able to afford luxury baby items and an interior designer in the first place. Little Crown Interiors offers full nursery and kid’s interior design services for clients in Southern California, and E-Design services for anyone in the U.S. or Canada. Over the last 14+ years, LCI's work has been featured widely in print, web and on television including Domino, People Magazine, California Home & Design Magazine, and many more. To sign up for The Postpartum Body Solution-Group Coaching Program click here! For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
May 16, 2022
Kids' Music Kinda Sucks, Let's Change That
This week on Parent Tell Kaila talks about revamping kids music with Jeff Fajans, a creative coach and musician. Jeff decided to write and produce his own children's music albums after realizing that what was already out there just wasn't cutting it. Using the name Mrboodaddy (because who said our AIM names would never come in handy in our adult lives), Jeff has created a new style of music for kids that is edgy, relatable, and also doesn't make parents want to immediately insert some earplugs. Kaila and Jeff have an important discussion, where they kinda sorta bash the "traditional" kids' music, sorry not sorry, Little Miss Muffet, but also discuss that this new style of music goes deeper than just proclaiming a toddler's love for trash trucks. Millennial parents are focused on respecting their children as individuals and want to reach them creatively and encourage them to relate to the world around them. Empowering children + giving them the respect that many of us who grew up with Baby Boomer parents didn't necessarily get until later in life, if at all = Big Millennial Parent Energy. Jeff Fajans is a creative performance & leadership coach who works with creators and entrepreneurs to help them bring their biggest ideas to life and become better leaders. He serves on the Board of Advisors at Oasis Center International - a non-profit whose mission is to bring creativity and arts mentorship programs to underserved youth across the world. His mission is to help 1 million people bring their biggest ideas to life through his coaching, teaching, and advocacy of creativity. Jeff is also an avid music creator & guitar player - creating a new style of “Beastie Boys for Babies” kids music that captures the authentic, wild ride of parents and their little kids experiencing the world together. He’s a Dad to an energetic 3 1/2 year old boy named Hendrix, and has been married to his amazing wife, Katherine, for over 5 years. Jeff's IG Mrboodaddy IG
May 9, 2022
Babysode: Never Say Never!
This month's Babysode is here and in it Kaila and her husband Jimmy read what Parent Tell Listeners said they would never do as a parent and are now, in fact, doing. Because we all know that if you say your child won't have fried food until age 2 or will never watch more than 30 minutes of TV at a time, your kiddo will be chowing down on some fish sticks and watching Bluey in your living room before you know it! Justin Bieber was right, never say never! To sign up for The Postpartum Body Solution-Group Coaching Program click here! For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 2, 2022
To The Ones Who Keep It Real
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila chats with another honest mum from across the pond, Rebecca Oxtoby. Rebecca is an award-winning British author. Her book series, Mum's The Word, has won Best Gift for Mum at the Project Baby Awards 2021, and documents life with a newborn, in all its sh*t-stained glory. Rebecca’s books speak truthfully about new mum life, post-natal depression, and the expectations of motherhood vs reality. Obviously a match made in mom friend heaven, Kaila and Rebecca talk at length about the importance of being honest when it comes to tackling motherhood (also toddlerhood, WOOF), navigating relationships and friendships while parenting, and being vulnerable enough to put their brutally honest thoughts and feelings out there for the world to consume. In a society that somehow STILL expects birthing people and parents to put on a happy face 24/7 and only talk of the sunshine and rainbows of raising humans, it's as vital as ever that people like Kaila and Rebecca continue to lead with honesty and inclusivity. Rebecca supports other mums through her Instagram page @BookMumstheWord and both of her books, Mum's The Word: The Sh*t Nobody Tells You About Parenthood Until It's Too Late and Mum's The Word 2: It's All Sh*ts And Giggles are available on Amazon and Good Reads. To sign up for The Postpartum Body Solution-Group Coaching Program click here! For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
1 hr 17 min
Apr 11, 2022
Tits Over Toes! The Pelvic Floor Episode
The long awaited (by Kaila, at least) pelvic floor episode of Parent Tell is here! Kaila had a wonderful and informative conversation with Allison Thompson, a physical therapist with a clinical focus in pelvic rehab and pregnancy/postpartum care. Allison is a toddler mom, a wife, and we are humbled to say, also an avid Parent Tell listener! The two moms discuss what exactly your pelvic floor is (along with why there's been a complete lack of education surrounding it), how we must advocate for important postpartum care like pelvic PT, and that it is in fact not normal at all to pee your pants every time you sneeze just because you had a baby. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 28, 2022
What Supportive Parenting Actually Looks Like
This week on Parent Tell Kaila talks with Lisa Sugarman, a mom, published author, and radio show host, on figuring out how to support your kiddo when they are in need. Kaila and Lisa talk at length about taking a step back when your child is working to figure out who they are and what path they want to take in life. No helicopter or lawn mower parents, here! Lisa shares the story of her youngest daughter's journey to find out what career is right for her, and it turns out that going to college was not part of that . In a society that tends to place a ridiculous amount of value on a college degree and the traditional four year university path, it is vital to normalize discussions around seeking what drives you and what makes you happy as opposed to what we feel like we are ~supposed~ to do after high school. Lisa's supportive parenting style is a wonderful model for doing exactly that. Our kids' lives do not have to mirror ours and in fact, they probably shouldn't. Follow Lisa on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
Mar 22, 2022
A Not So Babysode: Parenting Is Triggering
The monthly Babysode with Kaila and her husband Jimmy is here! Except instead of the usual 30 or so minutes to read and discuss listeners' submitted opinions and comments, Kaila and Jimmy took this thing to a whole new level: she's almost twice as long and just as deep for content. Guess we're calling this one a Tween-i-sode? We're still workshopping so, TBD. Kaila and Jimmy first each discuss an aspect of parenting that is very triggering and difficult for them, and then dive into reading out the ways Parent Tell listeners are also #triggered.
Mar 14, 2022
A Baby Doesn't Know Their Gender Yet, So Chill
This week's episode of Parent Tell is an excellent and completely necessary conversation on gender between Kaila and Kat. Kat previously came onto Parent Tell to share her and her wife's experiences conceiving their son through IUI and IVF (episode 42). This time around, Kat and Kaila share in their hatred for putting oversized bows onto baby girls' heads (Just stop. Please. It's okay if strangers on the sidewalks don't know your baby's gender, I promise), talk about how childhood experiences with gender end up influencing the way we feel as adults, and discuss the importance of showing the next generation that color knows no gender so go ahead and wear that pink, sparkly top or dinosaur covered overalls. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 7, 2022
The Layers Of Maternity Leave & Returning To Work After Birth
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila talks with Working Momkind Founder and all around boss ass bitch, Ingrid Read! Ingrid is mom to an energetic toddler boy, a career professional, a postpartum doula, and the Latina solo founder of Working Momkind. Her passion for empowering moms came right after her son's birth when she realized the importance of community within motherhood and set off to build it. As the one-woman shop supporting over 215,000 working moms, Ingrid feels personally connected to each one’s struggle and aspirations. Kaila spoke with Ingrid about her experience with maternity leave and going back to work after building and birthing a whole new human, the sheer lack of education (and support) surrounding paid maternity leave in the US, and the logistical and emotional demands of separating from your sweet babe to continue to kick ass at work. While discussing these lesser known parenting realities, the two moms also managed to hit it off extremely well as they bonded over so…
1 hr 8 min
Feb 28, 2022
Diastasis Recti & Honoring The Body's Changes
On this week's episode of Parent Tell Kaila speaks with Leslie Abraham of Bonjour Baby podcast! Leslie is a French perinatal osteopath DO and exercise specialist with over 12 years of international experience. She is the founder of Bonjour Baby and the creator of the Postpartum Body Solution program. When she moved to the US in 2016, Leslie was shocked by the differences between prenatal and postnatal care in Europe and in the US. She now offers her 1:1 signature program to all women who gave birth weeks, months or even years ago, and helps them heal their body the right way, take back control of their health and life, find their identity as a new mom, and finally feel like their old selves again. Kaila had a fabulous time talking openly with Leslie about diastasis recti, pondering the reasons why postpartum care is so abysmal in the US compared to other countries, and venting about the toxic 'bounce back' culture that still haunts birthing people. Not surprisingly, all of the above to…
Feb 21, 2022
Babysode: One Word To Describe Parenting
On this week's episode of Parent Tell, she's a Babysode! Kaila and Jimmy are aiming to be more consistent with delivering Babysodes to the Parent Tell Fam, and they are starting off strong with an episode that challenged them (and listeners) to describe parenting using only one word. Using just one word to talk about the most transformational part of your life is not simple and Kaila and Jimmy discuss just that while reading out the words others chose to define parenthood. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
Feb 14, 2022
Gestational Diabetes Is Not Your Fault
This week's episode of Parent Tell finds Kaila talking with former coworker and fellow elementary school teacher, Sarah, about her experience with gestational diabetes. Sarah goes into detail about what it felt like to actually receive this diagnosis, how she had to learn to make dietary adjustments for the health of herself and her baby, as well as how an incorrect guess about her baby girl's birth weight led to an induction and subsequently an emergency c-section. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb 7, 2022
Cov*d And Pandemic Parenting
Buckle up, y'all, because this week on Parent Tell Kaila is finally dedicating an episode to what it has been like to parent amidst a global pandemic. Denise (from the episode, 'What Do You Mean You're Not A Baby Person?') joins Kaila for the second time on the podcast and the two moms dive right into how hard, isolating, and scary the past 2 years have been for parents with children but most notably for those with children under the age of 5. So far, we have all made it through an unprecedented time and through various ups and downs (not to mention multiple variants, big yikes), but sometimes ya gotta acknowledge the pink elephant in the room and vocalize how trying (read: all around traumatizing) this really has been. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
1 hr 11 min
Jan 31, 2022
Truths About Fostering & Adoption
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila welcomes Sarah Salisott onto the show to talk about fostering, the foster care system, adoption, and all the trauma that comes with it. Kaila and Sarah hit it off immediately and it's pretty clear that the two moms highly value the real (sometimes uncomfortable) truth when it comes to children, parenting, and processing the trauma involved with all of the above. Sarah is a certified parent coach who uses her skills to help foster, adoptive, and biological families and while chatting with Kaila about what it takes to become a foster parent, Sarah doesn't hesitate to spell out exactly what a person's intentions should be when deciding to foster. If you are unfamiliar with the foster care system and want to know more in order to increase your understanding, this episode is exactly what you need to hear. *About the Guest:* Sarah Salisott is a Certified Parent Coach whose passion is helping families with children who have experienced trauma or struggle with…
Jan 24, 2022
Growing Up In A Cult
This week, Kaila talks with an anonymous guest about her experience growing up in, and then leaving, a high control fundamentalist church. This episode came to be because Kaila was posting about cults on the Parent Tell Instagram, and not only did numerous people respond saying that they too are fascinated with learning about cults and how they operate, a Parent Tell listener contacted Kaila saying she was open to talking about her experience and how it shapes how she parents now as a mother herself. This episode is an eye opener for those of us who did not grow up in extremely controlling environments, but also sets a great example of what overcoming your fears and rising above looks like. Enjoy. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan 17, 2022
You Really Need To Make A Will!
This week's episode of Parent Tell is a bit grim but focuses on a topic that often gets overlooked: end of life documents. Kaila spoke with her friend Katie (@anewkindoflawyer), an attorney who deals with wills and trusts (and who has been on the podcast before! Check out the postpartum episodes). Katie explains why it really does matter whether or not you have end of life documents completed and filed and why we should all hop to it and make this happen for ourselves ASAP. To contact Katie and schedule a consult (California residents only): email email@example.com visit www.kshanklaw.com For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan 10, 2022
Born With A Heart Defect
This week Kaila got a crash course in congenital heart defects and what it's like to raise a child who is not only born with a heart defect but diagnosed with a pretty rare one in utero. Paulette, of the podcast War Stories From The Womb, tells the story of how she came to find out that her daughter had a congenital AV block while she was still in the womb, how that impacted the rest of her pregnancy and delivery, as well as what it's been like doing her best to keep her kiddo alive and thriving for the past 19 years. It's not all dark and twisty, however; the moms still manage to crack jokes about exotic high school field trips, the masterful ability to completely deny one's internal freak out, and whether or not sleeping in socks is what we should all be doing. For more information on Paulette: Follow her on Instagram Visit the podcast's website Visit Paulette's personal website For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully…
Jan 3, 2022
Babysode: Say The Nice Things
This week's episode of Parent Tell is a Babysode! It's been a while so what better time to kick off 2022 than with a lil' chat between Kaila and her husband Jimmy. The theme of this babysode is pretty simple: say the nice things you're thinking about other people, to their face. Kaila and Jimmy both share a really nice thing that someone has said to them recently, and this leads them to talk about the importance of not assuming our friends and family members know how much we love them. If we love someone, we should tell them. Happy New Year! For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
Dec 27, 2021
Birth Is A State Of Wellness: Talking With A Midwife
This week's episode of Parent Tell, Kaila speaks with Kristin Mallon, a certified nurse midwife and mom of four. Kristin and Kaila covered a wide range of topics related to pregnancy such as giving birth and parenting in a pandemic, labor, delivery, and how to work with your provider to make sure your wants and needs are heard while also receiving the invaluable input of a medical professional. Most notably, the two moms discuss how important it is for us to remember that birth is a state of wellness and a birthing person's body is doing exactly what it needs to be doing, our bodies have got this. Kristin's podcast, True Birth True Birth on Instagram For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dec 20, 2021
Goodbye, Boobs, It Has Not Been Fun
On this week's episode of Parent Tell (which is also serving as the belated one year anniversary of the podcast, yay!), Kaila sits down solo and goes into detail about her breast reduction surgery that she had this Fall. While she does not cover the usual parenting ins and outs that you have come to love and expect, this episode still addresses important topics that also get swept under the rug such as body image struggles, unforeseen birth control side effects, and navigating the US healthcare system. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at email@example.com
Dec 13, 2021
Black Mom Magic
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila had the absolute joy of talking with Dr. Carline Crevecoeur, a retired OB/GYN who homeschooled her 5 children up until college. Kaila and Carline ended up enjoying multiple topics of conversation during their hour long chat but the primary focus was giving Carline the space to talk about how being a Black mom in America is different from a white mom's experience. From constantly worrying about her sons once they reached driving age, making sure that her children learned more Black history than the standard MLK and Rosa Parks curriculum touted in most public schools, and expressing the fact that Black childhood is often cut short. Kaila and Dr. Crevecoeur have some lighter moments too (like the fact that they both married white men but only one of them has a sense of rhythm), because a hugely necessary and heavy conversation needs some light, which is very much a metaphor for the way life and the world has been for all of us over the last 2 years. Dr. Cr…
1 hr 2 min
Dec 6, 2021
Pushing Past Perfect Parenting
This week's episode of Parent Tell dives into the topic of perfection and many parents' urges to be the most perfect parent for their children 24/7/365. Kaila and her guest, Onnie, talk about why we feel as if we have to be perfect in life, but especially parenting, and where it manifests and how to cope with it. Onnie Michalsky is a therapist, wellness coach, & mom of 6 who helps moms rediscover and fall in love with who they are under their Super-Woman cape. She specializes in helping her clients become aware of their perfectionist tendencies as well as initiate the internal work necessary to embrace the fact that no life or person is perfect. You can join Onnie's wellness coaching Facebook group here and her Moms Without Capes Community here Onnie is also on Instagram For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email a…
1 hr 2 min
Nov 29, 2021
My Toddler Has Big Feelings And So Do I (And That's Okay)
This week on Parent Tell Kaila is talking all about toddlerhood with fellow podcaster, Holly! Kaila and Holly's toddlers are only a few months apart so they are in the thick of it together; toddlerhood is vastly different compared to the first year of a child's life and it can get really hard identifying what your toddler is feeling, why they're feeling it, and how you can be there for them. Every. Day. Holly and Kaila talk extensively about how determined they are to make sure that their kids feel seen, heard, and valued as opposed to how the women podcasters often felt when growing up with adults who demanded they control their emotions at a time when young children are not yet equipped to do so. Toddlerhood does not last forever (can I get an AMEN?!) but how we make our children feel about themselves and their emotions will endure into their adulthood so why would we be anything other than as patient as possible and understanding? Holly's podcast, Womb Wisdom Holly's website and pr…
1 hr 1 min
Nov 22, 2021
This week on Parent Tell Kaila talks with published author, Jessica Speer! Jessica's book, BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends)? A Girls Guide to Happy Friendships tackles the ins and outs of tween and teen friendship dynamics and how we as parents can support our kids' experiences in social circles. Jessica's book grew out of her friendship program that strengthens social awareness and helps kids learn to navigate common struggles. She has a master’s degree in social sciences and explores social-emotional topics in ways that connect with pre-teens and teens. When talking with Jessica, Kaila and the author speak about how their various experiences with friends, communication, and relationships in general impact the friendships they have today and also what they want to teach their own children about friendships. Jessica's book can be purchased here, as well as on Amazon, at Target, or wherever you like to shop for books! Be sure to check out her website as well! For more information abo…
Nov 15, 2021
It's Okay To Talk About Divorce
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila talks with Taylor Stilwell (@taystilhere) about Divorce, with a capital D. Taylor's divorce is not recent but her memories and perspectives are as fresh as day. Taylor shares with Kaila how isolating it felt to go through a divorce, considering many adults and married people tend to treat divorce like it's contagious, and also highlighted the grieving period that comes for you once those papers are signed. Whether you're divorced, in the middle of a divorce, the adult child of divorced parents, some, all or none of the above, it really is important for us to normalize discussions of divorce and support those who are going through it in any way. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct 25, 2021
When Dog And Baby Collide
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila had the opportunity to talk at length with certified dog trainer and mom, Dominika. Dominika runs the fabulous Instagram account @dogmeets_baby which helps support parents who are introducing their new babies to their OG fur babies and also provides followers with important doggy info. That first meeting and first couple months between baby and dog are not often frequently talked about or something listed on the What To Expect checklist but doing the work to prep your pet for life with a newborn can ultimately save both parents a lot of headache and provide peace of mind once your furry child is meeting your human child, and everyone is collectively figuring out what is going on and how to function in this brand new family dynamic. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow Parent Tell on Instagram In the mood to tell about your parenting? Shoot Kaila an email at parentt…
Oct 18, 2021
Babysode: Ode To A 90s Childhood
This week's episode is a cute lil' babysode! Okay it's on the longer side so it's more like a toddler-sode? Sure. Jimmy, Kaila's husband, is back in this babysode all about the wild life and times we had as kids in the 80s and 90s. Your fave mom and dad discuss the quintessential quirks of growing up in the last bits of the 20th century and reflect on whether their son will get to experience any of the classics such as memorizing his friends phone numbers or being left alone at home with strict instructions to not answer the phone, door, or turn on the oven. It's always fun to reminisce on what the world was like when you were a child, and having your own child only adds to that. We laugh at our dial up internet and our wind breaker pants, and eventually our children will look back on the days of TikTok and matching family holiday pjs with the same amusement. For more information about Kaila, episode topics and behind the scenes details, and of course painfully relatable memes follow…
Oct 11, 2021
This week's episode of Parent Tell focuses on the extremely unequal "balance" (lol, that's just what they want us to think) that almost always exists between the birthing person and their partner when it comes to figuring how how this whole having and raising a child thing is going to work. Kaila spoke with an old friend and new mom, Kisha, about her experiences with suddenly being left to do 99.9999% of the parenting after her son was born, when there had been zero previous indications in her marriage that that's how it was all going to go down. Kaila and Kisha hone in on where our individual ideas of what parenting and domesticity come from, why we need to potentially flip the script and be the opposite of the domestic role models we had growing up, as well as how these two women themselves are working really hard to do just that. Because when you know better it's time to do better for ourselves, our loved ones, and especially those kiddos who are watching and learning. For more in…
Sep 27, 2021
Wanna Co-Parent? Drop The Ego
This week's episode of Parent Tell finds Kaila reminiscing on the less than stellar job her parents did co-parenting after their divorce while listening to Dana (@dana.maree.coaches) talk about her experience with co-parenting three years in. Both Kaila and Dana are children of divorce, so as adults with their own children the importance of having parents who can effectively communicate and at least appear to get along when their children are watching (which hello, is always. Children are never NOT watching you, they're creepy that way) is not lost on these women. But how do you do that? How do you parent with someone whom you have realized is absolutely not the person for you but has already been named the additional person for your children? You do it by taking that big ole adult ego down a couple notches, and then a few more after that. Because quite honestly a big ego has no place in the co-parenting world and thank goodness for her children, her ex-spouse, and herself, Dana has r…
1 hr 8 min
Sep 20, 2021
Oh Look, A Stay At Home Dad!
This week's episode of Parent Tell finds Kaila, a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom), talking with a SAHD (stay-at-home-dad)! Evan is fresh off the SAHD block after 6, yes SIX, years as a stay-at-home-dad to this two kids. As timing would have it, both of Evan's kids are officially in elementary school as of a few weeks ago so Kaila and Evan begin their discussion by marking that huge milestone while Evan also opens up about wondering what might be next for him. Being the primary caregiver for more than half a decade has given Evan confidence in his role as a SAHD, but that was not always the case. Evan and Kaila talk about how hard and vulnerable it can be to transition from a full fledged career to being the only one in your house all day who doesn't wear diapers. But in between emphasizing how wonderful silence is after a day full of baby noise and overzealous toys, Kaila and Evan openly discuss the importance of taking care of your mental health, finding people in your life who will support…
1 hr 4 min
Sep 13, 2021
The Nitty Gritty of IUI & IVF
This week on Parent Tell Kaila talks with Kat, a fellow toddler mom and Parent Tell listener, about what it was like to go through IUI and IVF in order for her and her wife to bring their son into the world. The intimate details of conceiving a child through IUI (intrauterine insemination) and/or IVF (in vitro fertilization) are not often openly discussed as the entire process can be draining, difficult, and financially burdensome but the reality is that so many people conceive their children this way (also true proof that science rocks, hello!!!). Kat bravely walks us through the entire process from beginning to end, while also talking about the impacts multiple unsuccessful IUI attempts took on her mentally and how much each procedure cost. Kaila's unwavering goal with each Parent Tell episode is to chip away at the stigmas and stereotypes surrounding pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and parenting in an effort to normalize these often hard but extremely necessary conversations. Journey…
1 hr 18 min
Sep 6, 2021
Babysode: The Benefits Of Massaging Your Baby
It's been a while since the last Babysode (that's just what we call a shorter, mini episode around here, for what we think are obvious reasons) but it's back and with a super relevant topic that new babes and parents will really enjoy. Kaila sat down with Helen Thompson, an Australian podcaster but also a baby massage instructor. During their talk, Kaila and Helen discuss how amazing baby massage can be for your little one's digestive system, relaxation, and sleep but also why both parents can stand to gain insight and peace from massaging their baby as well. Our skin is our bodies' largest organ and connecting with your child through touch creates a safe and healthy bond while also reminding us of the importance of slowing down, listening to our bodies, and seeing what they can teach us. Check out Helen's podcast, First Time Mums Chat (and see if you can find the episode with Kaila as a guest! Snag yourself a baby massage cheat sheet from Helen's website! Follow Parent Tell on Insta…
Aug 30, 2021
Over The River, Through The Woods, And Still So Far From Grandma's
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila tackles how isolating it can feel when you become a parent but live far from your best and most supportive friends and family members. Speaking with fellow military spouse, Leslie, the two moms discuss how FOMO can hit pretty hard when you see other friends reaping the benefits of living down the street from family (hello, free babysitting) and friends (hello, bonus aunts and uncles to dote on the kiddies and support you at the same time). Whether military affiliated or not, living far away from the ones you want to surround you and your kids can be really tough. But for Kaila and Leslie this does not change their confidence in their choices to live far from home, it just means there are more logistics involved when it comes to getting help and also maintaining the relationships that matter the most to them and the relationships they want their children to have. ****Want to share your parenting story with Kaila and be featured on the podcast? Tell us ab…
Aug 23, 2021
What It's Like Being A Paraplegic Parent
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila had the privilege of talking with Marjorie Aunos, a single mother by choice who became wheelchair bound only 16 months after the birth of her son. Majorie and Kaila have an open and honest discussion about what it was like to become a paraplegic parent, need unanticipated and sometimes unwanted help from her own parents, and how frustrating it can be to live and parent in a world that is rarely adapted to anyone except those with the ability to walk. Parenting looks different for everyone but especially for those who are born or become differently abled. We must be willing to support and advocate for all parenting experiences, for an inclusive parenting community will result in a new generation of accepting children who grow up to be accepting adults. Parenting and telling about it. Marjorie Aunos, Ph.D. (Roll Fwd) is a psychologist, inspirational speaker, author and researcher from Montreal, Canada. Her expertise is working with parents who have intell…
Aug 16, 2021
Real Talk With A Peds Doc
Being a new parent can be overwhelming, confusing, and *exhausting.* Oh yeah and obviously wonderful, definitely wonderful to stare at that sweet baby angel face. Anyway, back to the overwhelming and confusing bits. This week Kaila had the opportunity to talk with Pediatrician and mom, Dr. Elham Raker, about some of the most common issues new parents encounter and often come into her office wanting to discuss. Parenting in the time of Dr. Google and the Mom-fluencer can lead to information overload so Kaila decided it was time to speak with an expert. Dr. El and Kaila (okay mostly the pediatrician, hello) put on their myth busting hats and dove into topics such as spoiling a baby, breastfeeding, and more. Knowing the correct information as a new parent can relieve some of the "Am I doing this right??" Stress while also building your parental confidence and instincts. Be sure to follow Dr. El on Instagram and follow Parent Tell on Instagram if you aren't already!
Aug 9, 2021
The Roller Coaster That Is Sex After Baby
This week is about sex (bayybee)! Kaila talks with sex, intimacy, and relationship coach Azaria Menezes about how a couple's bedroom relationship tends to down shift once a baby comes home to stay. Sure, you most likely had sex to make that precious baby a reality, but now you're telling me that we are supposed to feel intimate...again? With this new postpartum body I barely recognize and sure as hell don't feel comfortable in yet? With a temporarily napping baby who could wake up and ruin the mood any second? Not to mention the fact that most parents are touched out, burnt out, and just plain tired so any type of intimacy tends to fall to the very bottom of the To Do List. Pun very much intended. While breaking down the facts about what it means to be a parent and also a human being who wants to get down with the get down occasionally, Azaria highlights the importance of honoring your body's wants and needs, whatever they may be, while getting creative with what it means to be intimat…
Aug 2, 2021
Cannabis & Parenting: Talking with The Mommy Jane
This week on the podcast Kaila talks with Jess, a cannabis user and a mom. A CannaMom, if you will. Jess shares how using cannabis has helped her mental health but also has positively impacted her parenting and how present she is in the moment. While Wine Mommy culture is far more accepted than cannabis in the parenting world Kaila and Jess ponder why exactly that is, the negative (and straight up rude) interactions Jess has been on the receiving end of as a cannabis mom, and the privilege that automatically comes with consuming cannabis when you are white. To learn more about Jess and cannabis, follow The Mommy Jane on Instagram or check out her website Tokeativity Don't forget to leave a quick review for Parent Tell, as well as rate and subscribe! Leaving a review lets us know how we are doing, gives us a lil' baby boost in search results, and subscribing will ensure you never miss a new episode! You can also follow the podcast on Instagram oXNPhlirJMUzZVvmijt2
Jul 26, 2021
She's A Workin' Mom
This week Kaila talks with Kiran Gaind, a parent, life, and leadership coach. Kiran teaches parents, schools, and organizations the mindsets, communication skills, and behavior that create cultures of inclusion, resilience, and thriving in our uncertain, ever changing world. She's also a busy working mom who practices what she preaches! While highlighting the need for the workplace culture and family members to support and encourage working moms, Kiran discusses why working parents should embrace their professional goals as well as how to remain connected to their children and family life in a world that seems to be constantly telling parents, but especially moms, that they can either work or be a parent, but never both.
Jul 19, 2021
Babysode: Perfectly Called For Clapbacks feat. Jess from Only You Podcast
This week's episode is a babysode, where Kaila reads the stories that you send in to her. Reading with her this week is Jess from Only You Podcast; Jess was Kaila's guest on the Postpartum Anxiety episode and is, among other awesome things, a badass parent. Kaila and Jess sit down to read you some of your best clapback stories, because not only does it feel amazing when we stand up for ourselves but it can be pretty fun too, especially when people aren't expecting it. Here to parent and tell you about it.
Jul 12, 2021
Postpartum Hair Loss Sucks
Holy hair loss, Batman! Or Robin, as that is literally Kaila's son's name. As if postpartum and the fourth trimester weren't hard enough already, your hair also falls out after giving birth?! Kaila, post-postpartum hair loss and current mayor of Postpartum Hair Regrowth-ville (a whole separate mindf*ck of its own) talks with Kirstin, a 5 months postpartum mom who is smack dab in the middle of her postpartum hair loss experience, about how strange (and terrifying) it is to witness the death of your pregnancy hair one shower at a time. The two parents talk hairlines, the vulnerability involved with shedding something so visible to others, as well as trying to feel comfortable with yet another physical appearance shift that comes with the transition into matrescence. Just parenting and telling you about it. Want to share your postpartum hair loss experience, or any other parenting experience with the podcast? Email Kaila at email@example.com Follow on Instagram @parenttell
Jun 28, 2021
Loving The Body That Built The Baby
Trigger Warning: Discussions on body image This week Kaila talks with Vanessa Gorelkin, an Occupational Therapist whose specialties include mental health and mindfulness, about the struggle that can be accepting your body in general, but especially after having a baby. Gentle reminder: you grew and birthed an entire human being-- your body absolutely should feel and look different! There is no hard and fast rule that says our bodies are supposed to look the same forever, but even knowing that does not make it easier to love and accept the physical changes that our bodies go through during the course of our life. Vanessa talks with Kaila about using mindfulness and radical acceptance in order to process feelings, thoughts, and emotions towards that beautiful powerhouse of a body that built a baby. Vanessa on Instagram Parent Tell on Instagram
1 hr 3 min
Jun 21, 2021
A Discussion On Being Biracial
In this week's episode, Kaila speaks candidly with Kayode (a previous Parent Tell guest, heard on Episode 3: Let's Hear It For The Dads) about her experiences growing up as a biracial child in the 90s and his experiences so far as a black father to biracial children in the 21st century. Kaila and Kayode encounter similarities in their stories, as well as a few notable differences. It is vital for honest conversations, just like this one, to become the norm; where we are setting the foundation for our children to be antiracist, represented in the world they live in, and loved because of every part of who they are. You can follow the podcast's Instagram page here for soundbites of each week's episode, video clips, and further insights into the topics discussed on Parent Tell.
1 hr 7 min
Jun 14, 2021
Babysode: Funny Childhood Stories
In this second officially babysode, Kaila and Jimmy read some of the childhood stories listeners sent in! From questionable babysitter moves to being accused of cheating at a carnival game, take a quick break and listen to how other children survived the 80s and 90s. Think you have a a funny/wild/only mildly embarrassing story from when you were growing up that would make us chuckle? Kaila is always open to receiving stories on Instagram @parenttell or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Jun 7, 2021
Relationship + Baby = Changes
The relationship that you have with your significant other pre-baby is not going to be the same relationship you have with your significant other post-baby. There's just no doubt about that. The kicker is that this may often catch you off guard (as you will hear Kaila and her guest, Willa, openly discuss in this episode) because the hurdles a relationship is suddenly faced with when a baby is added to the mix is yet another topic that no one really talks about honestly. Cue Kaila and Willa: here to be open and honest about how their relationships with their significant others have transformed since becoming parents. Here to parent and tell you about it.
1 hr 6 min
May 31, 2021
While more of the world is learning the facts of PPD (postpartum depression) and just how common it actually is, postpartum anxiety (PPA) is additionally considered the most common childbirth complication. Kaila was thrilled to talk with Jess from Only You Podcast this week about PPA; Jess shares what her experience with PPA was like as well as what forms of support helped her the most. Anxiety sprouts up when we feel out of control of our surroundings, choices, thoughts, and feelings and that is basically exactly what happens when you birth a baby and become a parent in charge of a tiny, helpless human bean. Kaila and Jess discuss the ins and outs of anxiety and happily share what they do to *nicely* tell that b*tch to calm down. Let's Tell About It.
1 hr 7 min
May 24, 2021
I Birthed A Baby
In celebration of being parents for a full damn year (and in the middle of a global pandemic, thank you very much), Kaila tells her birth story with the help of the one and only Jimmy. Starting from the moment actual contractions kicked in to the importance of having vomit bags handy post birth, Kaila and Jimmy recount the way the birth of their son all went down. Being able to say that you have kept a tiny human being alive for a whole year is no small feat. Let's Tell About It.
1 hr 40 min
May 17, 2021
When was the last time you really just played? For kids, play is happening all day every day, but as adults who have all too often lost sight of our inner child play is then pigeonholed into one definition and therefore no longer appeals to us. We tend to think that play is really just the work of children while us big, "important" adults have better, more productive things to do. But the reality is that rediscovering your love of play as well as learning about the many complex layers of play will help you to better understand how and why your child loves to play and why it matters so much to both children and adults. This week Kaila peels back the curtain behind everything play related and how to encourage your child and your often stubborn self to love play with Sivanne, a parent coach, progressive educator, mama and early childhood specialist. Sivanne is a play enabler; following nearly two decades in the classroom she now supports children through her work as The Joyous Parent, Si…
1 hr 6 min
May 10, 2021
The Unplanned Cesarean
The fact is, it's ultimately not up to the birthing person how a baby is born. And that can be really hard to grapple with, especially when you've been pregnant for almost 10 months and you just want to feel even an ounce of control over something for a minute. This week Kaila talks with friend, Amber, about her birth story and what it was like to have an unexpected C-section. While we always know in the back of our heads that it could happen, most birthing people do not go to the hospital thinking that their birthing plans are about to radically change. Whether it's vaginal or belly birth, one thing remains true: birth is birth and you are a kick ass person for going through it. Let's Tell About It.
May 3, 2021
Let's Talk About Sleep, Baby
Don't let anyone ever fool you with the phrase "sleep like a baby" ever again after listening to Kaila and her guest, Christina, talk about how excruciating sleep deprivation is for parents as well as for tiny babes. Aside from the fact that babies are extremely loud when they sleep (we're talking grunting, crying while still being asleep, and strangely loud sighs), they do not know how to sleep through the night when they are born. It falls to the parent to teach a baby how to sleep through the night; that can or cannot mean sleep training, but it does mean that you, the adult, are extremely exhausted until your child knows how to sleep successfully through the night. Here's the kicker though: at a certain point no one in your house should be waking up in the middle of the night. The goal is not only to have your child sleep through the night but also for YOU to get some well deserved rest. Sleep does not discriminate; every single human being needs and deserves sleep, it's just how y…
1 hr 9 min
Apr 12, 2021
You're Basically A Plant, So Start Taking Care Of Yourself
This week's episode finds Kaila talking with one of her closest friends, Andrea, an attorney and entrepreneur. We are Marie Kondo-ing our self-care, y'all; and that includes the use of the word "self-care". Parent or non-parent, taking care of your mental and emotional wellbeing is hard stuff. First you have to find the time do something you actually enjoy that isn't work, then you have to figure out what it is you exactly like to do again (you know, for FUN. Remember fun?), and then lastly you have to post about it on social media so everyone can know how much you care about self-care right?! Wrong, so wrong. This episode tackles all of that and then some; because while self-care may only be touted as sheet masks and massages lately, it's actually much simpler (and cheaper) than that.
1 hr 9 min
Apr 5, 2021
So You Had A Baby...Now Where Is That Village?
Mom groups. They are totally a life changing experience for parents, involving hilarious group texts, potluck lunches in the park, and instant BFFs. Right? Not always. Sure, parent groups are an amazing resource for community and parental bonding, but unfortunately you're not assigned a village as you shuffle out of the hospital and make your way home with a brand new family member. Instead, new parenting is often isolating, lonely, and hard, especially when you feel like you don't have a solid group you can count on to be there for you in times of (parental) need. This week's guest, Nicole, is trying to change that; Kaila talks with this mom group creator about the importance of having a village for yourself, your partner, and your child as well as the need to recognize and normalize getting the support you deserve.
Mar 29, 2021
Livin’ La Vida NICU
It is rare that one anticipates their newborn, fresh out of the box baby to have to spend any amount of time in the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit), but sometimes that is exactly where you and your baby end up. We speak with Dr. Shani Cooper (again, yay!) on why a baby might end up in the NICU, what that experience is like for parents, and how to make it through. Spoiler alert: just take it one step at a time.
Mar 22, 2021
Babysode: Kids Eat Weird Things
Welcome to the first official babysode! Kaila's husband, Jimmy, is back to read stories that listeners sent in about the weird things kids eat, lick, or stick up their nose. Let's Tell About It.
Mar 15, 2021
And Sometimes, There Is A Loss
Suddenly you're pregnant! And then suddenly you're not. In this episode the tough topic of miscarriage is discussed with Marriage & Family Therapist, Taylor McMahon. While a tender (and rightfully so) subject to talk about, it is important to know that one is not alone in experiencing this heartbreaking event. A rainbow lies waiting to shine after the rain.
Mar 7, 2021
Mad Is Not Bad
In this episode, Kaila talks with therapist Bryce Reddy about postpartum rage and parental anger. Often an overlooked topic due to the internal shame that comes with feeling like the "angry parent", it's important to know that getting mad does not make you a bad parent, it just makes you human. Let's Tell About It.
Mar 1, 2021
Postpartum Part 2
Continuing where Part 1 left off, Kaila and Katie further discuss the complicated phase that is postpartum. There will be blood, lots of it, and for a long time. But get yourself some supportive (and noninvasive) people to help you through postpartum and you will make it through to the other side. Let's Tell About It.
Feb 22, 2021
Postpartum Part 1
The Fourth Trimester is probably one of the best kept secrets of giving birth and bringing a baby into the world; Katie and I are here to spill our guts (quite literally) about what really happens once you bring that sweet bebe angel home. Let's Tell About It.
Feb 15, 2021
Just Feed Your Baby
Hey! Did you know that it's actually none of your business whether or not someone is breastfeeding or formula feeding their baby? This week, Vanessa is back (yay!) to talk with Kaila about how complex breastfeeding really is and why this means that we should give ourselves and each other a little more grace, because if you're feeding your baby you're already doing a great job.
1 hr 10 min
Feb 8, 2021
On The Fence
This week Kaila hosts one of her dearest friends, Melissa, to ponder what it's like being undecided about whether or not to become a parent. What do we think about when we decide to have children? Do we think about it at all? While the decision is instinctual and easy for some, for others it takes contemplation, maybe a few pro/con lists, and even a chapter book here and there. Let's Tell About It.
Feb 1, 2021
This week Kaila gets personal (cue the nervous sweats) and talks with her very own sister, Briana, about the tough decision to no longer have a relationship with a parent. Like so many other things In parenthood, this topic Is complex, heavy, and actually not as uncommon as one would like to think. Let us tell you about It.
Jan 25, 2021
That's The Power of Zoloft, Baby
Mommin' ain't easy. Mental health support can help! In this episode Kaila discusses maternal mental health with Gabriela, and why we all deserve a helping hand (hello, Zoloft) every now and then. Let's tell about It and normalize this shit.
Jan 18, 2021
The Kids Are Alright, Right?
This week Kaila hosts Crystal, a parent of two teens, as they both open up about the anxiety we parents have about whether or not we are doing right by our children and the fear that you are screwing your kid up for life through your parenting decisions. Spoiler alert: we are all just doing the best we can and the kids will be fine. Let's tell about It.
Jan 11, 2021
Comparison Is The Thief Of Joy (And Other Reasons To Take A Social Media Break)
Social media Is a strange place; social media while trying to get pregnant, being pregnant, or being freshly not pregnant is an even stranger place. In this episode Kaila talks with her newly pregnant sister-In-law about how social media can negatively affect your mindset and why It's Important to occasionally take a break from It and/or filter your feed.
1 hr 4 min
Jan 4, 2021
What Do You Mean You're Not A Baby Person?
In this episode, Kaila and her guest, Denise, talk about not exactly being crazy about babies (except for their own obviously). Why does society assume that being a woman = loving babies? Whether you love all babies or just your own babies, It's all okay. Let's tell about It.
Dec 28, 2020
Happy Holidays, Lightning Crotch!
In this holiday special, Kaila recruits (read: kind of begs) her husband Jimmy to come onto the show and help read the pregnancy stories/physical side effects that listeners have submitted. Let's tell about It.
Dec 21, 2020
Birthing While Black: Dr. Shani Cooper Part 2
In Part 2 of our conversation with Dr. Shani Cooper, Kaila and Shani begin to chip away at the Iceberg of birthing while Black In the United States, while briefly touching on bringing home a NICU baby and the ~radical~ notion that having a doula present at every birth should become standard practice. Let's Tell About It.
1 hr 8 min
Dec 14, 2020
Geriatric Who? Dr. Shani Cooper Part 1
In Part 1 of 2 episodes with acupuncturist and doula, Dr. Shani Cooper, Kaila and Shani address the now absurd notion of geriatric pregnancy as well as the sh*t show that Is preeclampsia. Let us tell you about It.
1 hr 11 min
Dec 7, 2020
No Room In The Womb
Kaila and her guest, Jenni, dissect what It's like to have a vagina and NOT want to push a baby out of It. Hint: that's not a woman's only source of fulfillment or the only purpose for a vag!
Nov 30, 2020
You Don't Have To Like Being Pregnant
What do you mean being pregnant Isn't all glazed donuts and super cute bump pics In the sunset? Kaila and her guest, Bridget, discuss some of the lesser known *side effects* of pregnancy and why It's okay to dislike the 9 month process.
Nov 23, 2020
Let's Hear It For The Dads
Father of 2, Kayode Lewis, talks with Kaila about what It means to be an active father In a world that often expects far less of dads than moms. Let's tell about It.
Nov 16, 2020
One & Done vs. Multiples and Why It's No One's F*cking Business But Yours
Kaila and her guest Christie take on the topic of having multiple children and the factors that go Into having one child or multiple. Spoiler alert: It's none of your business, but we'll tell you about It anyway.
Nov 9, 2020
So, Do You Work?
In this first episode of Parent Tell, Kaila chats with Vanessa, a fellow "stay at home mom". Amongst their hatred for that term they discuss the challenges of being a SAHM as well as the choices that brought them to this point In their lives. Why does It matter If women stay at home or go to work after children? Why can't we just be supportive of each other's choices? Let's tell about It.
Nov 6, 2020
Parent Tell: The Trailer
In about 3 minutes, Kaila manages to kinda sorta give you the briefest of rundowns on what Inspired the creation of the Parent Tell Podcast. Hold onto ya butts, there will be a new episode each week.