How Do You Stand Strong When The Other Shoe Drops?

November 18, 2014
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As a pediatrician, Tobi was trained to take care of other people’s babies. As a mother, nothing could prepare her for her own child’s devastating diagnosis and the freedom she would find by navigating life with a different perspective. “I am learning to hold my children loosely because they are only passing through.” Watch the video below or on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube channel. Listen To Your Mother’s 2015 cities have been announced! Find an LTYM show near you.  

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On Being A Mother On Paper And By Heart

November 13, 2014
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“There are some people who really should become parents because they will be fulfilled by parenthood. They will be good at it. And it will come naturally.” Leah speaks from the heart about having to prove to a judge how she is the mother to her kids despite — on paper –being a legal stranger. “If it weren’t a ‘gay house’ it would be some other type of house. You know, one of those adjectives we use to describe families and people who aren’t ourselves?” Watch the video below or on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube channel (and then be sure to check out this awesome update about Leah’s adoption ruling!) Check out the 2015 LTYM announcement and find an LTYM show coming near you!

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Announcing our BIGGEST SEASON EVER: LTYM 2015

November 6, 2014

    10 NEW CITIES Albuquerque, NM Director/Producer Ashlee Andrews Anderson, SC Co-Producers Liz Carey, Jennifer Norman Bangor, ME  Director/Producers: Sarah Cottrell and Crystal Ponti Baton Rouge, LA Director/Producer Meghan Matt Evansville, IN Co-Directors: Katharine McKinney, Hillary Melchiors Lehigh Valley, PA Co-Director/Producers  Kristina Grum, Lauren Hale, Kirsten Piccini, Pittsburgh, PA Dir/Prod Jennifer Hicks, Co-Directors: Stephanie Jankowski, Amanda Mushro Rochester, NY Co-Directors: Monica Gebell, Sarah Fitzgibbons, Co-Producers: Corrie Spike Carter, Emily Horowitz Seattle, WA Co-Director/Producers: Jennifer Scharf, Joy Steele Southwest, MI Director/Producer: Kim Jorgensen Gane   29 RETURNING CITIES Atlanta Co-Director/Producers: Jana Anthoine, Miranda Wicker Austin Co-Producers: Kristin V. Shaw, Leigh Ann Torres Baltimore Co-Producers: Taya Dunn Johnson, Arlene Jackson Boston Director: Jessica Woodbury, Co-producers: Phyllis Myung, Cheryl Stober Boulder Co-Director/Producers: Pam Moore, Joelle Wisler Charleston Director/Producer: Angie Mizzell, Assistant Producer: Jennifer Buddin, Assistant Director: Becca Finley Chicago Co-Director/Producers: Tracey Becker, Melisa Wells DC Director: Stephanie Stearns Dulli, Producer: Kate Coveny Hood Indianapolis Co-Director/Producers: Michelle McNally, Judy M. Miller […]

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A Battle Cry To End The Mommy Wars

November 4, 2014
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LTYM: Twin Cities co-director/producer Tracy Morrison recalls how her mom and so many others parented their kids decades ago and heeds a battle cry for the mothers of today to be at peace with their own choices. “Maybe back in the 70′s we didn’t have the Mommy Wars. No one acted like a parenting expert, but instead acted like a parent of their own kids.” Watch the video below or on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube Channel. Find more hilarious stories of motherhood by watching our LTYM 2014 Humor playlist.

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This Parent-Teacher Conference Will Have You Seeing Colors, That’s For Sure.

October 30, 2014
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Wanting only the best for her son, Angela moved to a new community specifically for the schools. Imagine her horror when she encounters ethnic discrimination by his teacher. “My wardrobe hadn’t made an impression. My ethnicity had.” Watch the video below or on the Listen To Your Mother Show YouTube channel. Listen to more stories giving motherhood a microphone on our YouTube Channel.

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