THE MANIC MOMMIES HAVE RETURNED, SHARING HONEST STORIES ABOUT PARENTING, WORK AND MARRIAGE.
From 2005 to 2014, Kristin and Erin shared the trials and tribulations, joys and triumphs of being working mothers trying to do it all, and do it all well (or just good enough)!
2005-2014. For nine years, Kristin and Erin recorded weekly episodes that consistently ranked in the top kids and family podcasts on iTunes. When their kids entered middle school, the moms got tired. Other priorities took over. They hung up the mics.
Fast forward to 2020. As America confronts an epic public health pandemic, schools are closed. Employees have been sent home to work. Zoom calls are the new normal. You may leave the house only for essential trips.
With life changing so dramatically in just a matter of days, Kristin and Erin did what they do best. They called each other and cried. OK, not really. They called each other to complain about this new weird reality and asked for advice.
How does one work from home while also home schooling defiant teenagers? How much XBox per day is too much? Will the high school senior actually have a graduation this year? What about those sports teams that are no longer playing? Should you use Clorox wipes on surfaces twice a day or is once good enough?
And that’s how “Manic Mommies, The Teen Years” was born.
Manic Mommies stats
2005 to 2014
- 405 Episodes
- 3,900,000+ Downloads
- Seven “Manic Mommies Escapes”
- Brands worked with: Chevrolet, Intel, Microsoft, National Wildlife Federation, Brooks, Embassy Suites