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— Christie Rocha, host of the Sass Says podcast
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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.
BIG announcement in this episode! Transition happens all the time. Maybe you’re going through a transition right now too. I’ve talked to other moms who are feeling it. If you’re wondering “What’s the next thing?” for you, you definitely aren’t the only one. After the interviews with Merritt and Mary Kathryn in episodes 85 and […]
In the last episode, I talked with Merritt Onsa about knowing the right time to pursue your dreams. Psst! It might be right now. So maybe you realize that NOW IS the time to pursue what God has put on your heart. Right here in the middle of motherhood with little kids. But you don’t […]
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 […]