Two funny moms walk into a hot, foam-lined room; bonding over epidurals, antidepressants, and baby boy apparel ensues. Actress Casey Wilson guest hosts and digs in deep with her pal, comedy writer Jessi Klein.
Nicholas Day wanted to know why he felt like a failure when he gave his kid a pacifier. The answer took him down a rabbit hole into the bizarre, hilarious, and strangely relatable history of parenting babies.
Last week: boobs gone awry. This week: boobs gone just how you’d expect. But that’s kinda the problem. Abigail Keel has the story.
Back in September we did a callout asking for boob stories, and got a ton of responses. So this week, we’re bringing you stories about boobs. Two of them! Because, duh—boobs come in pairs.
We check back in with NPR’s Kelly McEvers on what it’s been like to readjust to American life with her 7-year-old, after a long stint as a Middle East correspondent.
When Marvel asked Dennis Hopeless to create a new story for Spider-Woman, he knew he wanted her to be pregnant. In this episode, he explains why. And we hear from his wife Jessie, the real-life superhero behind Spider-Woman.
Frannie thought being a farming mom would mean strapping her baby to her back and fertilizing the soil with her milk. But the pigs had other ideas.
Roman Mars dishes on being a parent of twins. Tune in to hear how he used his boys as a secret weapon, and about the time he felt like a “f**king monster.” The 99% Invisible host’s family life, as he’s never told it before.