LTYM 2015–Bigger Than Ever!

by Ellie on November 13, 2014

Believe it or not, the holidays are around the corner, and you know what that means…It’s the kickoff to 2015 LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER (LTYM) season! Betcha thought I was gonna say it’s almost the season to eat too much pumpkin pie, drink too much spiked eggnog, and spend too much money on your kids’ wish lists. Well, that too. 

Lask week, Founder Ann Imig made an announcement on our national website about how big of an impact we’ve made on giving a voice to motherhood. Next year, we have 29 returning cities and 10 new cities giving motherhood the microphone–that’s so exciting! And we want YOU to be a part of the incredible LTYM experience!

Check this out–click on the photo to view our latest YouTube video!

In St. Louis, this will be our THIRD annual show, and we promise to give our Gateway City the best platform to tell your story that will reach people near and far, both live on stage and in social media. And we know you’ve got a story to tell!

So, it’s time to put pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard, and start writing! Your story is just that, YOUR unique story. It can be funny, sad, inspirational, powerful…as long as your words pull at the heartstrings and covers some aspect of motherhood (we want to hear from the men, too!)

Stay tuned for more info on submissions, auditions, and all that good stuff after the holidays. Meanwhile, enjoy the leftover turkey, homemade fudge, and long return lines at the mall.

And  one more thing…when you need a break from it all, join us on Twitter and Facebook!

Love & Knishes,

Ellie, Laura & Naomi

ellie, laura and naomi with LTYM frame


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The 2014 Listen To Your Mother videos are here!

by Stephanie P. on August 5, 2014

Watch the LTYM: St. Louis show on our YouTube channel.


Thanks to LTYM’s video sponsor by T. Rowe Price, we have added 400 new videos from the 2014 shows!! Check out EVERYBODY FREAKS OUT– their funny children’s-style book for parents–only five bucks and 100% proceeds benefit Junior Achievement USA.

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