As moms, we are our kids’ biggest fans. But when it comes to deciding when, how and what to share about them with others, the struggle is real. In today’s episode, Meagan and Sarah discuss how talking about our own kids in a public forum gets tricky as they get older (think bigger kids, bigger problems) – and not just for the reasons you might think. Join us for a real conversation about navigating the ever-changing seasons of motherhood and how we think you can be honest and authentic without sharing *everything* going on inside your four walls. We wrap up with some updates on our specific kids (all eight!). Enjoy!
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Links we mentioned (or should have!) in Episode 364:
- Meagan interviewed Will in Real Talk About High School (With A Real Teen!): Voices 71
- You might also like this episode where we talk about “Sharenting”
- Here’s a link to additional episodes featuring conversations about our specific eight kids