This month, we’re celebrating moms all month long, so were delighted to get some favorite parenting and family podcasts from actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler and musician Jenna Parris, co-hosts of the Mama Said podcast on PodcastOne. They say these podcasts are helping them get through the quarantine. We’ll start the recs off with their own podcast.
Mama Said from The LadyGang Network on PodcastOne: Sigler and Parris talk about the hard subjects, embarrassing moments and sticky situations we all face as parents. Sigler manages being a mom to two boys while traveling and working. Parris is a stay-at-home mom of two, and uses her research of all things mommy-focused to share her best tips and tricks. They aim to create a safe place for moms to share their worst “mommy sins” while realizing they’re not alone.
And now for their top podcast picks:
Atomic Moms – Ellie Knaus wonderfully and beautifully describes the trials and tribulations of being a mother. Her honesty is refreshing, and her guests are carefully curated, leaving you with mommy knowledge you never knew you needed.
Unruffled – Janet Landsbury’s advice has always resonated with us. Each episode addresses a reader’s parenting issue, which you have most likely dealt with in the past or are bound to deal with in the future.
But Why. A Podcast For Curious Kids – Can’t say enough wonderful things about this podcast. It’s interesting and captivating for the kids and great for parents, too. Kids write in with their questions, and But Why finds the answers. We enjoy listening to this pod on both short and long car rides.
Informed Pregnancy Podcast – Dr. Elliot Berlin is a prenatal chiropractor in Los Angeles, and Jenna was lucky enough to be his patient with both of her pregnancies. He interviews patients, experts and celebrities about topics all moms will want to hear about. He brings light and laughter to all of his episodes, and his knowledge about pregnancy and birth is outstanding.
Mom Brain – We love Hilaria and Daphne for their wit and comedic relief. It is such a joy to listen to a mommy podcast and be able to laugh. They don’t hold back on their opinions and are always open and honest about their personal stories, which makes their podcast so relatable.