by Joelle on May 19, 2014

Here are a few of our favorite pictures from our 2014 show! Enjoy!



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LTYM Boulder: WE DID IT!

by Pam on May 16, 2014

We did it. We began as a group of srangers just a few short months ago and took the stage this Sunday as a unit. We laughed together and cried together as we shared our stories in rehearsals, at first tentatively, then more confidently. We laughed together and cried together, on Sunday, as we shared our stories with our audience, this time with a unique electricity present. And we are so very, very grateful.

LTYM 2014 Preview bow

LTYM Boulder 2014: YEAH!!!

We are grateful to our cast. They were brave, they were vulnerable, and they were honest as they shared their stories.

We are grateful to our audience, who ventured out on a miserable, snowy evening to bear witness to our stories.

We are grateful to national Listen To Your Mother organization. Without your support and guidance we could never have done it.

We are grateful to our national media sponsors, BlogHer and Chevrolet, whose support made it possible for Listen To Your Mother to have a presence in 32 cities across the United States.

And we are grateful to our local sponsors, whose support made our show possible.

Joel Peterson Photography took fabulous pictures (the above is just a sneak peek- there are more to come).

Alfalfa’s provided food at our rehearsals.

Walden Hyde provided design services for our print materials.

River and Lark provided videography services; stay tuned- video of each of the 32 2014 shows, including Boulder’s, will be released on the LTYM You Tube channel this summer.

8 Days a Week printed our posters and postcards

Two Hands Paperie provided our cast gifts

ID Evolution created an elegant design for our stage

Pica’s Mexican Taqueria will provide tasty Mexican food and The Moody Baker will provide a delicious, beautiful cake for our cast reunion/You Tube video watching party.

Also we are so grateful for the generous support of local sponsors:

Boulder Nurse Midwives

Yo Mama Yoga

J Lounge Spa

Lifetime Massage

Boulder Oddfellows Lodge #9

Kate Kripke: The Postpartum Wellness Center of Boulder

Shredder Snowboard and Ski Gym

Tadasana Mountain Yoga

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A Million Thanks to Boulder’s Local Sponsors!!

May 7, 2014

We are grateful to our local sponsors for their generous support. Please take a moment to learn about them, check out their websites, and support them!   River and Lark is generously providing our videography services and their website is the most beautiful thing. They are story tellers. River and Lark is a small studio based in Boulder, Colorado. They help people, startups and businesses with everything from video, branding, website design and development and everything in between. You can reach them on their website or on Twitter @riverandlark.     J lounge in Boulder, CO: The perfect blend of wellness, natural nails, skin care, facials, massage and beauty in a retreat like setting. A day spa for sharing with friends and family to meet, relax and catch up. Individuals, groups and large parties welcome. Check out our menu and enjoy a beverage, along with your favorite beauty treatment. Come lounge with us…two like minded women […]

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Local Sponsor Yo Mama Yoga Offers a FABULOUS Giveaway!

April 28, 2014

Listen To Your Mother Boulder is so excited to welcome Yo Mama Yoga and Family Center as a local sponsor! Yo Mama and Listen To Your Mother are a natural pair.  Yo Mama is not just a yoga studio (although the yoga classes are nothing short of heavenly). Centrally located at Baseline and 30th at the beautiful Treehouse building, they have everything a new mom could want, from pre-conception through birth and beyond, including: Prenatal Yoga Core and Restore (Postnatal) Yoga Mommy and Me Yoga Family Yoga Yoga of Parenting Yoga for Fertility Childbirth Education: -Yo Mama’s own Inspired Birth class! Birth Consulting Doula Services Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Mommy and Me Yoga Teacher Training Breastfeeding Support (Weekly Milk Club as well as Breastfeeding classes) New Mama Support Group (Weekly) Father’s Circle Support Group (Every other week) Bodywork: (Prenatal & Postnatal Massage, Chiropractic Care) And more pregnancy-related practitioners all under the same roof! They […]

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Meet the Cast of Listen To Your Mother Boulder 2014

April 21, 2014

Boulder’s 2014 Listen To Your Mother Show promises to be an amazing celebration of all things motherhood. We’d like to introduce you to the the brave women who will share their intimate stories, their vulnerable truths, their tears, their laughter, and their hearts with our audience this Mother’s Day… aka our cast. Melanie Bates is a transplanted New Yorker living in Boulder, CO.  Wife to an amazing graphic designer, mother to three adorable boys under ten years, she is a screenwriter,  novelist, photographer and blogger in addition to being the executive administrator of her busy family.  She has a background in screenwriting and film producing and hopes to make a return to the film industry soon.  Her writing has been featured on Studio Thirty Plus and Just Be Enough.  Melanie blogs about motherhood, writing and life, being a NYC girl living in the Rocky Mountain West on her blog Bronx2Boulder.  You can also […]

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