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This week, Aleen and Brittany have a very special final episode planned. They collected clips from previous episodes that best summarized their biggest mom milestones. They react, reflect and give new and future moms the advice they wish someone would have given them. If you were to give your past self advice, what would it be? To end the show, they read one last “No Mom Guilt” where a new mom was inspired by past No Mom Guilts to take her first vacation away with her friends and had a wonderful time.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Trust Your Mom Senses

Trust Your Mom Senses


This week Brittany and Aleen share an update about the Betches Moms podcast. Coming back from Labor Day Weekend, Brittany shares how she solo mom’d it for four days and how back to school season is right around the corner - or for a lot of you already here. Then, they read an “Dear Betches Moms” about how a new mom is trying to avoid confrontation with the daycare overfeeding her baby. They end with a “Am I A Mom-ster” where a listener needs to know if she can be upset for people commenting on her baby’s weight.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Parenting Your Parents

Parenting Your Parents


This week Brittany starts us off by sharing her run in with a rude server and Aleen proudly recalls how chill she was during Mila’s first birthday party - we love chill vibes Aleen. Birthday parties and family gatherings spark an impromptu conversation about divorce, how it has affected them personally and how it can affect children. Next, they jump into a speed round of listener questions and end with an email from a listener who recently found out she is pregnant and is asking for advice to navigate that first trimester stress. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week Aleen start off by celebrating Mila’s sleep regression finally being over and her new found freedom at the end of the day. Then, they get on the topic of what and when they feed their kids and how they are over having anxiety about when dinner time. Listeners asked practical questions this week about potty training, how to keep your energy up throughout the day, and what their 1 years old's favorite toys are - who knew it would still be the salad spinner. They end on a “Am I A Mom-ster” from a new mom and how she becomes possessive over her baby around her in-laws. While they reassured her that she is not alone, she is being a little bit of a mom-ster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Brittany and Aleen bring on their favorite clinical psychologist, Dr. Naomi Bernstein to chat about how a couple's dynamic can change once a kid is thrown into the mix. They start with how a couple can prepare for a baby and Naomi shares some tips she used herself when she became a new mom. But here’s the big question - How do you get back into the mood once the baby arrives? Naomi actually recommends prioritizing your partner over your kid, she promises they’ll be okay missing one game of pee wee soccer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Mom Guilt Is A Betch

Mom Guilt Is A Betch


This week Brittany and Aleen are back to share their experiences and emotions surrounding leaving their kids at home after much needed time off. Then, they answer popular listener questions about how to balance wearing the “friend” vs. “parent” hat, how long it should take to form a bond with your baby, and how to broach the subject of having more kids with the “non-default” parent. They end with a “Dear Betches Moms” where a listener is becoming defeated in her new mom journey and asks for advice and solidarity for feeling of "you have to do it all”. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Is My Baby Bored?

Is My Baby Bored?


This week Brittany starts us off by recapping Oliver’s 4th birthday celebrations. Next, they answer some listener’s questions surrounding topics that aren’t talked about enough. In honor of World Breastfeeding Week (August 1st-7th) they revisit their own personal stories, stressing how important it is for every mom to know that they are doing a great job - sweetie. Then, they read a “Am I A Mom-ster” email where a listener is worried about if she should throw a joint 1st birthday party with her SIL. They end with a “No Mom Guilt” where they reassure a worried mom that you don’t have to overdo it with the enrichment activities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aleen and Brittany are re-joined by one of their favorite guests, clinical psychologist, author, and CEO of Good Inside, Dr. Becky Kennedy. Dr. Becky starts by outlining the 10 principle problem behaviors in children from her book. She suggests that the way we interact with our kids is the way they interact with themselves - behavior is just a window into a child. Aleen wonders if ‘bad’ behavior is inevitable, but Dr.Becky explains that it’s more about kids' temperament in relation to the environment. On the flip side, Brittany wonders how to praise ‘good’ behavior. Dr. Becky explains that their achievement isn’t their identity and neither is their ‘bad’ behavior. Ultimately, kids develop the identity their parents reflect back to them: you want to separate their identity on the inside from their actions. The Good Inside approach isn’t soft —there’s a lot between sending your kid to their room and ‘feel your feelings.’ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week, Brittany celebrates becoming an aunt while Aleen continues to work on getting Mila back on her sleep schedule. Next, they jump right into a listener submitted “No Mom Guilt” where a mom realizes that she doesn’t have to be involved in every one of her kid’s core memories - and that’s okay. Then, Brittany shares a No Mom Guilt/Mom Win of her own, where she puts modern parenting into practice with the help from Kristin Gallant and Deena Margolin from Big Little Feelings (make sure to check out that episode). Lastly, they end with a “Am I A Mom-ster?” email where a listener feels guilty about snapping at her husband and escaping to the gym parking lot for a moment of silence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week, Aleen and Brittany start off by revisiting their very stressful week. Brittany, without internet for the past 7 days, shares how she has kept her kids entertained while Aleen has been (literally) counting the minutes for Mila’s teeth to grow in and her sleep schedule to resume. Next, they answer some listener questions about their workout plans and give tips and tricks on how to set up a successful birth plan. They end on a “Am I A Mom-ster?” submission where one mom is stressing over the name her MIL has chosen for herself, “Mom-Mom” - which is mom, but twice. (edited)  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week Brittany and Aleen bring on two highly requested guests, Kristin Gallant and Deena Margolin of Big Little Feelings. They start off by identifying where the idea of “Modern Parenting” began and Deena explains how it is actually rooted in science. Aleen then, asks the big question, “Can I f*ck up my kid?” and they reassure us that no one is perfect and you should just strive to create an environment where your child feels heard. Throughout the entire episode Kristin and Deena give actionable tips to handle the inevitable tantrums and they leave with a word of encouragement that no matter who it is, every mom is learning as they go. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week, Aleen and Brittany dedicate an episode to answering all of your burning "mom" questions. Aleen starts off by sharing how Mila is now standing and crawling on her own and Brittany comments on how watching your children develop into their own personalities is so exciting. Then, they jump right into the listener's questions about choosing baby names, how big they want their families, and how to decide if being a stay at home mom is right for you. Next, they introduce a new segment called “Trending Mom-ents” and play the popular game of “He’s a 10, but…” (He’s a 10, but he doesn’t listen to Betches Moms). Lastly, they end on a “Am I A Mom-ster” email where a mom is wondering if asking her MIL to take a course on parenting is taking it too far.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week, Brittany brings on a very special guest, her husband, Noah Levine to get a dad’s perspective on parenting. Brittany starts off by asking how he felt when finding out he would become a dad and Noah shares some of his worries surrounding being a first time parent. Then, they talk about the differences in raising one vs. two children and Noah shares some tips on how dad's can best show up for their family (aka going to HomeDepot). Lastly, they end on an email from a Betches dad asking how to adjust to gentle parenting. Noah and Brittany both share their views on gentle parenting and how important it is to find balance when raising your children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week Brittany and Aleen are back to share all the details from Jack’s 1st birthday party where they were surrounded by family and friends. They then chat about how they met some of their mom friends and share some tips on how to overcome the hurdle of seeking out a new mom community. But how do you balance your pre and post baby friends? Lastly, they end on a “Am I A Mom-ster” email where this listener is curious if putting her entertainment before her baby’s will make her a Mom-ster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week, Aleen and Brittany are joined by Bravolebrity Brittany Cartwright (formerly of Vanderpump Rules) to chat about all things mom life and her postpartum journey in the public eye. They start off by recapping Brittany and Jax’s experience with parenthood since leaving the show - from the first stressful car ride home, to Cruz’s 1st birthday. They talk about the struggles she has experienced since becoming a mom, including how she responded to hateful comments about her pregnancy weight gain, and how maintaining past VPR relationships has been difficult. Finally, she shares a “No Mom Guilt” about balancing her new mom life with her former - and how it’s okay to still be “The Shot Queen.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aleen and Brittany are back after their Memorial Day weekend to chat about the many different ways your children can have fun in the sun (without having to bring a truck load of activities). They start by sharing some of the tricks they used over the weekend with their own kids as well as some tips submitted by listeners. Aleen then reads an “Am I A Mom-ster” about letting your child decide who they want to interact with and how they want to interact with them. Lastly, Brittany shares her “No Mom Guilt” where she praises Oliver for being an amazing kid, but understands that it’s okay to parent him and shouldn’t feel too guilty when gentle parenting occasionally goes out the window. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aleen and Brittany are back for a timely interview with certified infant feeding tech and founder of The Formula Mom, Mallory Whitmore. They discuss the current formula shortage, what is being done about it, and what parents can do to navigate this issue. First, they recap just how we got here and how this shortage started. Mallory gives many helpful tips such as how to safely ship formula, whether you are ordering it from overseas or shipping it to another mom in need. She also offers advice on how to switch between formulas, and what to do if you can’t find infant formula. They end on what is being done about the shortage in the near future, and what you can lend your support. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Aleen and Brittany are back this week with a mental health check-in and share how they’ve been coping with postpartum anxiety and depression since having their babies. They open up about living with PPD/PPA and how their mind set haas changed and what they have been doing to help. Plus, they chat about Aleen’s first Mother’s Day and what they did to enjoy their holiday with their families. Then, they read a “Am I A Mom-ster” submission, surrounding how to set boundaries with your partner, and a “No Mom Guilt” where a listener shares how they will be taking a much needed and guilt free vacation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Content Warning: This episode discusses topics of child safety, endangerment, and loss of life - which can be unsettling to some. Please use discretion when listening. This week Aleen and Brittany are joined by the co-owner of Safe Beginnings First Aid, Holly Choi, an expert on infant and toddler-focused safety. Holly starts off by teaching them a new mindset of “Risk vs Hazard'' and how learning the difference will allow moms to look at safety in a new way. Then, they talk about the best ways to babyproof your home inside and out, covering topics like your crib setup, bath time, burn safety, and how you can actually hire a professional “Babyproofer”. Lastly, Holly takes the time to reiterate car seat basics and to remind moms that they don’t need the most expensive equipment to keep their children safe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week Aleen and Brittany are joined by Speech Sisters, Brooke Dwyer and Bridget Hillsberg to chat about one of the biggest milestones in any child’s development, learning how to talk. They start off by covering some of the misconceptions that parents have when their kids are first learning to talk. They reveal that getting your kids to voice their wants and needs first allows them to express their thoughts more effectively than only knowing their ABCs. They teach what imitation or “Parentese” should look and sound like for both you and baby, which is in between baby talk and speaking to your kids like they're 40. Then, they share their thoughts on screen time and how it can be productive, which is actually watching it along with them. Lastly, they give parents the confidence to help get their kid talking by reassuring them that every kid develops at their own pace. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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