Comedy, Community, and Surviving Motherhood
Sometimes Moms just need a laugh, so today I’m honored to host my friends Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee, founders of The Pump And Dump Show and #BandOfMothers, because mothering is better when we do it together.
Tune in to as we laugh about life, motherhood, and the real challenges this experience has thrown our way.
Even though we can't physically be with crew of moms right now, we can still connect and band together to support one another.
Tracey and Shayna believe parenting is f-ed up and hilarious. They believe in telling moms that they’re awesome. They believe there’s power in laughter. And that parenting is better when you have a #BandOfMothers to help you. The Pump and Dump Show “night out” for parents where every kind of mom can be in the same room – whether they've never tried a cloth diaper or if they ate their own placenta – and together they can laugh at the things we all have in common.
The Pump and Dump Show is the great mommy pressure gauge that equalizes parenting.
In this episode, the hilarious comedy team of Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee and I jam on all the things happening right now.
We dive into:
How laughter helps us get through hard times, and the strength it takes to overcome the real challenges people are facing these days.
Sadly, due to the coronavirus, they've had to postpone all their shows, so they've created a free online version of their famous Mother's Day Eve show, you can find out more and join in for a night of laughs and an hour to yourself.
About the Pump And Dump Show: Heralded as "the original mom's night out" The Pump and Dump Show is a raucous evening of original music, comedy, games, commiseration and validation. Original, live musical performances are spread throughout the evening with songs like “Eat Your F-ing Food,” and “When I Die, I Want to Come Back as a Dad.” Audience participation includes "Cervix Says" and "The Most F-ed Up Thing Your Kid Did This Week." The show typically runs an hour and a half, so you'll likely be home by 10pm. We get it. You're tired. While the show is mainly geared towards moms, dads LOVE it too. Rather than man-bashing, or even kid-bashing, this hilarious evening is a celebration and commiseration of what it's like to be a parent. Because we're all just doing the best we can.
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