My Favorite Podcasts

Hey Hey!

This week is already flying by for me because the hubby took Monday off from work!  It’s amazing how one day can make such a difference. We had company over the weekend, so it was nice to have yesterday to just chill at home.

We are also beginning to transition Charlie into her big girl crib. Now that she’s sleeping about 6 hours a night, we figured it was a good time to finally start the process. Eeek!

Well, I tried to have her nap in there today and she wasn’t having it. Every time I went to check on her she was wide awake and then she spit up all over her sleep sack. #fail


Once I changed her I put her back in the Rock N Play… and this happened. Naturally.

rocknplaySo, we have some work to do! Lol.


Since I’m home everyday, I’ve been listening to more and more Podcasts. I love Pandora Radio, but I was getting a little bored of music all the time! Today I wanted to share what I’ve been listening to.

Here are my favorite three (so far)!

Serial~ I’m sure you have at least heard of this podcast. It blew up last year and for good reason. I finished this one in about a week. It investigates a murder trial and without giving much away, there are a lot of holes in the case. I heard there is going to be a new serial podcast this fall, can’t wait!



Stuff You Should Know~ These podcasts cover so many random topics like “how color works” “how street gangs work” or “what’s the deal with blood types?” Always fun to learn some random trivia, right?



The Longest Shortest Time~ This podcast covers various topics related to childhood and parenthood. The last episode was an interview of a man finding out his 21 year old daughter was pregnant. Good stuff.


 Do you listen to Podcasts?

What are your favorites?
Please share in the comments below!

Later Friends! ~ M


12 thoughts on “My Favorite Podcasts

  1. FitBritt@MyOwnBalance

    Transitioning to a crib wasn’t easy for us. We actually started with night times since it was a longer period of time and it gave Cooper more time to get used to the crib. I would just go in and make sure he was ok and eventually he would fall asleep and get used to it. He was a bit older that Charlotte though so we had to unswaddle him because he was rolling over.

    Everyone loves Serial and I’ve been meaning to check it out but I kept forgetting!

  2. jessielovestorun

    Little Charlie is such a cutie pie. What worked for us was starting to transition the girls into their pack n plays during their naps throughout the day & bassinets at night. Then we transitioned them into their cribs during the day & night all at the same time. It seemed to work for us.

    Do you by chance have a projector that you can hook up to your iPad? A friend of ours has one & her little boy loves it. Really helped with his transition.

  3. Morgan @ Morgan Manages Mommyhood

    Ugh, the crib transition was definitely rough. We did naps only for maybe a week? And then went to bed time too. I THINK it helped a bit, but I have no idea hahaha.
    I love podcasts! I’ve listened to Serial and SYSK, but not the lsat one – need to check it out! When I was pregnant I loved Pregtastic. I also really love Stuff Your Mother Didn’t Tell You, Stuff You Missed in History Class, and Totally Mommy/Totally Married/Totally Laime.

  4. Jen@jpabstfitness

    Crib training sucks and I have sucked BAD at it with my youngest! She is 15 months and up until 3 days ago was sleeping in our bed. Now she’s in her crib and only up once, so we’re making progress, but naps still happen on the couch. We’ll work on day crib training once night sleeping is secured 🙂


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