Miss the podcast! When is it coming back? Just my feedback on the podcast, I love hearing both chriselle and Sara on the podcast. They seem to balance each other. Here’s my take, I feel as if Chriselle tries to play neutral on almost EVERY subject, probably to not offend people? But I feel like a podcast won’t be able to go next level without stronger stances on certain subjects. You can’t please everyone and some things can always be left up for a civilized debate. It also seems that Sara might offend some people from my take on reading the reviews below but I love how she is unapologetically herself. She really believes and fights for what she believes in and I can tell her heart is in the right place. She really seems to care about the future generation. I connect so much to her style of parenting!!!
Ann 1216 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/16/23
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Love this podcast. I really look forward to listening each week. I have found the recent episodes on social media/growing up that Sara hosted really useful and informative . Thank you. 😀
fll!8 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/29/22
Such a heartfelt podcast. As a busy working mom, I often don’t have time to sit down and chat with other moms. But listening to these conversations during my commute makes me feeling like I’m hanging out with my two closest friends. The topics they discuss are relevant and relatable. So happy to...Read full review »
Dayna221 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/14/22
Enjoy it for what it is. Very LA. Not relatable for majority of moms, but interesting to get a peek into the lives of others. Both hosts acknowledge their privilege, which is appreciated. Sometimes their disconnect is very obvious, but their lives are “reality” for them. As they state, NOT...Read full review »
2Easytiger via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/24/22
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