If your kids are little, maybe you’ve wondered what it’s really like to send a child off to college. Or maybe you’ve pondered how your mom-life – and the way you relate to the world – might change as your children grow. In this episode, Meagan and the always warm, wise and wonderful Asha Dornfest discuss parenting older kids, “growing up” as a mom while and looking forward to what’s next, and even have a (totally non-partisan) conversation about politics, the importance of listening to each other, and how YOU can make a difference in your world – even if you’re still in the overwhelming baby and toddler stages.
- Asha’s website, ashadornfest.com
- Asha’s book, Parent Hacks: 134 Genius Shortcuts for Life with Kids (affiliate link)
- Asha’s podcast, Edit Your Life
- Asha and Christine’s co-authored book, Minimalist Parenting: Enjoy Modern Family Life More by Doing Less (affiliate link)
- Asha was our very first interview when we started the Voices series on The Mom Hour! Listen to her chat with Sarah here.
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Amibeth Salvatore says
I do not know if others are having the same issue with this episode, but it will not play for me in Apple Podcasts. All of your other episodes play fine for me.