I see ya. I love ya. i gotcha, mama!
— Christie Rocha, host of the Sass Says podcast
"Oh my goodness - sooo much support and insight from you and the members. I walk away from every call with something new to think about or even a new idea. I genuinely look forward to them every month and am disappointed if I have to miss."
"Multiple podcast trades and ideas for sharing the podcast, plus peace of mind knowing i am on the right track."
- Lisa Lizotte, host of the Habits & Home Show
"Connecting and networking, building friendships, sharing ideas with each other”
- Sarah Bilger, host of the Entering Motherhood podcast
“Community, motivation, resources"
- Merrit Onsa, host of the Devoted Dreamers podcast
"It's helpful to hear what others are doing with their podcast; the call I was on inspired me to think about things I haven't considered before."
Gotcha Mama is a podcast all about sharing honest stories of the joys and struggles of mom-life with young kids.
Each week you’ll hear from moms just like you, highlighting an important part of how she experiences motherhood. From awkwardly making mom friends, to chasing BIG dreams and finding purpose in the middle of motherhood, to managing crippling anxiety and depression.
You’re not alone as a busy mom of young kiddos, no matter your circumstances.
This show is all about tearing down our insecurities and unrealistic expectations as moms by honestly sharing our stories, and a little of what we've learned along the way.
It's riding the roller coaster of motherhood together.
In August I introduced the idea of focusing on three main areas to discover your identity as a mom. After having kids, a lot changes. And it’s common to have some struggles trying to understand who you are as a mother and not get lost in the role of “mom”. Based on my experience, I […]
“It takes a village to raise a child”. Chances are if you’re a mom, you have lots of thoughts on this topic…especially in this age of social distancing and digital communities… “What if I don’t have a village?” “How do I find my village?” “How do I create a supportive village that pushes me to […]