Two moms coming together to talk about the good, the bad, the ugly, and the really ugly. Join hosts Lisa and Brittany as they discuss both the joys and challenges of being a parent and raising young children. Presented in an entertaining, non-judgmental style, join us on life’s greatest adventure!
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Life comes at you pretty fast. Once in a while, you have to stop and smell the roses. That’s what we’re doing this week on Imperfect. So join us as we enjoy the birthday parties of our kids this week.
This week on Imperfect, we’re talking food. And, why is it that mom is constantly asked “What’s for dinner”? or “I want a snack”. It can be annoying, but comes with the territory. We’ve got some tips for dealing with the frustration this week on Imperfect
This week on Imperfect, Lisa is talking about everybody’s favorite movie, Encanto. She may even talk about Bruno!
On this week’s episode of Imperfect, we’re having some fun with Easter. Plus, spring is a time for rejuvenation, for fresh starts. So, the ladies are talking about spring cleaning. And we’ll have some laughs, so enjoy our Easter extravaganza!
This week on Imperfect, the ladies vent a little, then offer suggestions for dealing with kids who are picky eaters. It’s a challenge to get kids to eat right and get the variety of nutrition they need. We’re tackling that and more on this week’s episode
This week the ladies discuss how social media influences parenting styles. Is social media a net positive when it comes to parenting? Listen this week to find out! Be sure to share your thoughts at email@example.com.
Children will push boundaries at every opportunity. It’s part of the learning process. This week we discuss how to set – and to keep – effective boundaries with your children.
This week Brittany shares her experience as a teacher in offering tips and tricks for making homework just a little bit easier. It’s these sorts of tips that help kids succeed in school at an early age, which has big ramifications down the road in placeme
There’s been a lot of talk lately about what is “normal” behavior between siblings. It seems some brothers and sisters are naturally close friends, while others seem like oil and water. How do your children behave towards their siblings? Get in touch with