This Is How We Do: Personality Types

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In this week's episode, we're talking about personality typing systems. From Enneagram and Myers Briggs to less official tools like Hogwarts houses and Cosmo quizzes, we have endless options for identifying who we really are and why we do the things we do. We chat about our own lightbulb moments in terms of self-understanding and how that knowledge impacts our relationships with our spouses, children, and friends. While we have plenty of fun and more than one laugh in this conversation, we also explore the way understanding that we're all wired differently has led to a greater sense of compassion for ourselves and others.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Noom is a habit changing solution that helps users develop a new relationship with food and exercise through personalized courses. Noom helps you understand WHY you do the things you do and arms you with tools to break the bad habits and replace them with better ones. To start a free trial and see if Noom is right for you, head to noom.com/coffeeandcrumbs.

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Mentioned in this episode:

DiSC assessment (test here) // Myers-Briggs (test here) // Enneagram (test here) // Love Languages

Books: The Enneagram Made Easy //  The Road Back to You // The Path Between Us

Podcasts: The Enneagram Journey // Personality Hacker

Instagram Memes: Enneagram + Coffee // Rude Ass Enneagram

Essay: The Things Moms Carry

Related previous episodes:

This Is How We Do: Marital Communication

Related essays:

Let Us Be Women Who Rest When We’re Tired
Friday Stream of Consciousness


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

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Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Noom and Away Travel.

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Episode 69: Motherhood + Minimalism

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This week we’re talking about minimalism—but don’t worry, we’re not coming to Marie Kondo your closets. Whether you’re a self-identified maximalist like Indiana, an aspiring minimalist like Ashlee or somewhere in between like April (does owning jewel tones disqualify one from being a minimalist?), we hope today's conversation sparks joy for you. Rest assured: this isn’t an episode about how to be a minimalist; rather, we’re exploring the connection between how we feel about what—and how much—we own, and our overall sense of happiness and well-being. Plus, learn who can’t bear to part with her prom shoes, and who secretly keeps a seemingly-unending supply of Target clearance candles on hand.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Daily Harvest delivers carefully sourced, chef-crafted smoothies, savory bowls, overnight oats, and more, built on fruits and vegetables. Everything stays fresh in your freezer until you’re ready to eat it.  Go to daily-harvest.com and enter promo code COFFEEANDCRUMBS to get three cups FREE in your first box!

Harper Wilde offers comfortable and attainably-priced bras that match women’s real needs. Visit HarperWilde.com/COFFEEANDCRUMBS to save 15 percent off your first order.

Mentioned in this episode:

Caroline’s Un-fancy blog

Emily Ley’s Simplicity Challenge

Books: The Joy of Less // The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up // Chasing Slow // The Curated Closet

Marie Kondo’s Netflix special

Ashlee’s on the capsule wardrobe train

Indiana is not

Ashlee’s tips for decluttering:

  1. Do one area at a time. Start with the kitchen junk drawer.

  2. Take everything out. Everything. You cannot sidestep this one.

  3. Open yourself up to the idea of borrowing things. Be a renter and not an owner when you can.

Related previous episodes:
Ep. 21: Chasing Slow With Erin Loechner
Ep. 34: The Kids, The Mom, And The Wardrobe

Related essays:
Building Things
Lessons in Folly


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams with Ashlee Gadd and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Harper Wilde and Daily Harvest.

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This Is How We Do: Creativity

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This week we're talking all about creativity—and before you declare yourself uncreative, we've got a pep talk to prove otherwise. From embracing creative sparks in the shower to the hard work of putting our butts in the chair, today we're dishing how we make space for creativity alongside motherhood, and how we're better off for it. Whether you call yourself an artist or not, we hope today's conversation reminds you that motherhood is bursting with creative inspiration. 

Join our free 5-day Creativity Kickstart here


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

HelloFresh makes answering the question, “What’s for dinner?” easy with fresh, pre-measured ingredients and recipe cards are delivered to your door each week in a special insulated box. You can choose from a variety of menu styles and options to customize an option that’s right for your family. Save $80 off your first month by going to HelloFresh.com/coffeeandcrumbs and entering the promo code coffeeandcrumbs80.

The Swaddle & Swoon expo, happening in both Atlanta and Dallas, is a uniquely curated baby show for expectant parents, new moms, or those hoping to grow their family soon! For $15 off VIP tickets, use the code “MORECOFFEE” when you purchase your tickets at http://bit.ly/coffee-crumbs. Leave a comment in our show notes (below) to be entered to win tickets to the expo!

Mentioned in this episode:

We’re launching a five-day Creativity Kickstart next Monday, and we’d love for you to join us! Sign up here.

Exhale, our online creative community

Ashlee’s photography website // blog

Indiana // Ashlee // April on Instagram

N’tima’s sourdough bread baking

Indiana’s #MomPrompts

The Art of the Pie

Related previous episodes:

Ep. 11: Catching Creativity With Nicole DeFord
Ep. 46: Grow Your Hope With Ruth Chou Simons

Related essays:

Perfect
A Creative
Through


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Hello Fresh and Swaddle & Swoon.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Summer Safety Episode: Drowning Prevention with Nicole Hughes

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With summer around the corner, today we’re bringing you an important episode about water safety and drowning prevention. Drowning is the number one cause of death for children under the age of five, but for today’s guest, that’s not just a statistic. Nicole Hughes is with us to share the heartbreaking story of losing her three-year-old son, Levi, to drowning last summer. She also shares the mission behind Levi’s Legacy, which she began in his honor to educate parents about drowning prevention.

We want to warn listeners that today’s episode is highly emotional. We’ll be talking about the death of a child and bearing witness to a mother’s grief. But we also believe strongly in the importance of Levi’s story and the lives that might be saved because of it. Please discuss these matters with your friends and family members this summer—and always remember to designate a Water Guardian when children are near a body of water.


Show Notes

Mentioned in this episode:

Connect with Nicole and Levi’s Legacy: Instagram // Website // Facebook

See Nicole’s interview on the Today show

Order a water guardian tag

Find survival swim lessons in your area

Drowning doesn’t look like drowning: it is silent and happens in seconds


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams with Nicole Hughes, edited by Brett Gadd, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Episode 68: Postpartum Recovery: Healing Your Birth Battle Scars

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We’re concluding our three-part postpartum series today with a very honest conversation about physically healing from giving birth. Julie Kwong, a pelvic health physical therapist, joins us to talk about how complex and unique the healing process can be, what’s normal and what’s not, and how to advocate for better healing care in the postpartum recovery process.

This is a frank conversation about anatomy and bodily processes—we’re talking about prolapse and pain during sex, hemorrhoids and incontinence, so pop in your earbuds and join us as we combat the embarrassment around this vulnerable topic with honesty, dignity, and education.

We want to encourage any listener who feels like she might be experiencing one of the postpartum complications we discuss today to contact her doctor or care provider; today's episode is informational only and is not designed to be a substitute for appropriate medical advice and attention.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Simple Contacts lets you renew your prescription and reorder your contacts online by taking a five minute vision test. A licensed doctor reviews every test, verifying & confirming your prescription so you can skip the office visit but not the care. Save $20 off your first order at www.simplecontacts.com/coffeeandcrumbs20 and enter promo code simplecontacts20 at checkout.

Prep Dish is a healthy meal planning service that offers a variety of options, including dairy-free, paleo, gluten-free, and now keto menus. They email you the entire week’s grocery list and detailed instructions for each recipe. Visit prepdish.com/coffee to try it for two weeks completely free.

Mentioned in this episode:

Connect with Julie: Website // Facebook // YouTube Channel

Zip code search for a pelvic floor PT

Show transcript

Related previous episodes:
Ep. 66: Postpartum Depression: Beyond “The Baby Blues”
Ep. 67: Postpartum Anxiety: Paralyzing Fears

Related essays:
The First Time I Looked at My Postpartum Body
I Have Enough, I Am Enough
Green Light Means Go


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams with Julie Kwong, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Simple Contacts and Prep Dish.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Episode 67: Postpartum Anxiety: Paralyzing Fears

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This week we continue our three-part postpartum series with a deeper look at postpartum anxiety. From irrational fears to the crushing weight of expectations, C+C art director Lottie Caiella walks us through her personal journey with postpartum anxiety after the birth of her daughter. In the second half of this conversation, we're joined by licensed counselor Dr. Emily Shupert who explains the difference between PPD and PPA, as well as how to differentiate normal new parent worry from anxiety that may need medical treatment. We’re grateful to have Bryn Huntpalmer from The Birth Hour with us again as a special guest host for this episode.

We want to encourage any listener who feels like she might be experiencing postpartum anxiety to contact her doctor or care provider immediately; today's episode is informational only and is not designed to be a substitute for appropriate medical advice and attention.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

HelloFresh makes answering the question, “What’s for dinner?” easy with fresh, pre-measured ingredients and recipe cards are delivered to your door each week in a special insulated box. You can choose from a variety of menu styles and options to customize an option that’s right for your family. Save $80 off your first month by going to HelloFresh.com/coffeeandcrumbs and entering the promo code coffeeandcrumbs80.

Helping Children to Read’s Easy Read System is an online intervention for struggling readers designed to fix their guessing pattern. It gets to the root cause of guessing and fixes it using visual phonics. Podcast listeners can save 50% off their first month—that’s about a $100 dollar value. The assessment and first ten lessons are free, and then your first full month is half off. To get started, visit helpingchildrentoread.com/coffeeandcrumbs.

Mentioned in this episode:

Connect with Bryn: Instagram // Website

Connect with Lottie: Instagram // Blog

Connect with Dr. Shupert: Website

Helpful online postpartum resources

Book recommendations on postpartum depression and anxiety

Postpartum depression and anxiety signs and symptoms

Postpartum Anxiety Checklist: You may have postpartum anxiety or postpartum OCD if you have had a baby within the last 12 months and are experiencing some of these symptoms:

  • Your thoughts are racing. You can’t quiet your mind. You can’t settle down. You can’t relax.

  • You feel like you have to be doing something at all times. Cleaning bottles. Cleaning baby clothes. Cleaning the house. Doing work. Entertaining the baby. Checking on the baby.

  • You are worried. Really worried. All. The. Time. Am I doing this right? Will my husband come home from his trip? Will the baby wake up? Is the baby eating enough? Is there something wrong with my baby that I’m missing? No matter what anyone says to reassure you, it doesn’t help.

  • You may be having disturbing thoughts. Thoughts that you’ve never had before. Scary thoughts that make you wonder whether you aren’t the person you thought you were. They fly into your head unwanted and you know they aren’t right, that this isn’t the real you, but they terrify you and they won’t go away. These thoughts may start with the words “What if …”

  • You are afraid to be alone with your baby because of scary thoughts or worries. You are also afraid of things in your house that could potentially cause harm, like kitchen knives or stairs, and you avoid them like the plague.

  • You may feel the need to check things constantly. Did I lock the door? Did I lock the car? Did I turn off the oven? Is the baby breathing?

  • You may be having physical symptoms like stomach cramps or headaches, shakiness or nausea. You might even have panic attacks.

  • You feel like a captive animal, pacing back and forth in a cage. Restless. On edge.

  • You can’t eat. You have no appetite.

  • You’re having trouble sleeping. You are so, so tired, but you can’t sleep.

  • You feel a sense of dread, like something terrible is going to happen.

  • You know something is wrong. You may not know you have a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder, but you know the way you are feeling is NOT right. You think you’ve “gone crazy.”

  • You are afraid that this is your new reality and that you’ve lost the “old you” forever.

  • You are afraid that if you reach out for help people will judge you. Or that your baby will be taken away.

Other podcast interviews with Dr. Shupert on Anxiety and Motherhood: 

One mom has made a music album about finding hope in the midst of PPD and PPA.

Related previous episodes:
Ep. 19: When Love Feels Heavy With N'tima Preusser
Ep. 62: Being The Village - How To Help A New Mom
Ep. 66: Postpartum Depression: Beyond “The Baby Blues”

Related essays:
When Love Feels Heavy
Shattered
In The Midst Of Monsters
Motherhood And Anxiety


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams with Bryn Huntpalmer, Lottie Caiella and Dr. Emily Shupert, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Hello Fresh and Helping Children to Read.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Episode 66: Postpartum Depression: Beyond "The Baby Blues"

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This week we begin our three-part postpartum series with an honest conversation about postpartum depression. In this episode, friend of the show Christina Kposowa shares her experience with postpartum depression following the births of her two sons, and we're also joined by licensed counselor Dr. Michele Harding who walks us through the difference between "baby blues" and PPD. She also provides some great suggestions for how we can support other moms who are struggling with postpartum depression and demystifies what that first counseling session might look like. We’re grateful to have Bryn Huntpalmer from The Birth Hour as a special guest host for this episode.

We want to encourage any listener who feels like she might be experiencing postpartum depression to contact her doctor or care provider immediately; today's episode is informational only and is not designed to be a substitute for appropriate medical advice and attention.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

HelloFresh makes answering the question, “What’s for dinner?” easy with fresh, pre-measured ingredients and recipe cards are delivered to your door each week in a special insulated box. You can choose from a variety of menu styles and options to customize an option that’s right for your family. Save $80 off your first month by going to HelloFresh.com/coffeeandcrumbs and entering the promo code coffeeandcrumbs80.

Simple Contacts lets you renew your prescription and reorder your contacts online by taking a five minute vision test. A licensed doctor reviews every test, verifying & confirming your prescription so you can skip the office visit but not the care. Save $20 off your first order at www.simplecontacts.com/coffeeandcrumbs20 and enter promo code coffeeandcrumbs20 at checkout.

Mentioned in this episode:

Connect with Bryn: Instagram // Website

Connect with Christina: Instagram // Blog

Connect with Dr. Harding: Biography // Instagram

Is it baby blues or postpartum depression? If your feelings of anxiety, rage, or sadness linger for more than two weeks, talk to your doctor.

How to talk to your doctor about postpartum depression

Postpartum Depression Symptom Checklist:
• Are weepy and feel a sense of being overwhelmed for longer than three weeks after delivery
• Are unable to function
• Feel your symptoms are unbearable
• Are unable to sleep, even though you are exhausted
• Want to sleep all the time
• Are sleeping more than usual
• Cry continuously
• Can't enjoy your baby at all
• Don't want to spend time with your baby
• Feel afraid of your baby
• Have a dramatic change in appetite
• Are troubled by anxious thoughts about your baby being harmed
• Feel intense rage
• Have a personal or family history of depression or anxiety
• Withdraw from activities you normally enjoy
• Feel that you have "gone away" or lost yourself
• Think about harming yourself
• Believe your family would be better off without you or that you never should have become a mother

One mom has made a music album about finding hope in the midst of PPD and PPA.

Related previous episodes:
Ep. 19: When Love Feels Heavy With N'tima Preusser
Ep. 62: Being The Village - How To Help A New Mom

Related essays:
From The Silence
Of Stormy Weather: How To Bring Out The Sun
White Space
When Love Feels Heavy
On Learning To Like Motherhood


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams with Christina Kposowa and Dr. Michele Harding, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Hello Fresh and Simple Contacts.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

This Is How We Do: Media

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Fear not: this week’s episode has nothing to do with screen time dos and don’ts. Instead, join us for a (very) lighthearted chat about our favorite books, podcasts, and TV shows. From how we score affordable books to our individual headphone preferences, today we're discussing when and how we consume different types of media. We're also making quite a few confessions, so feel free to giggle along as we learn who loves to make friends at the library, who's obsessed with polygamist escape memoirs, and which podcast host doesn't really listen to podcasts.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Care.com makes it easy to find an extra set of hands when you need them. You can join for free as a basic member and easily start searching for local caregivers, or you can upgrade to a premium membership so you can reach out to caregivers, schedule interviews and even book and pay for care online or through their app. Save 30% off a premium membership by visiting care.com/coffeeandcrumbs.

Daily Harvest delivers carefully sourced, chef-crafted smoothies, savory bowls, overnight oats, and more, built on fruits and vegetables. Everything stays fresh in your freezer until you’re ready to eat it.  Go to daily-harvest.com and enter promo code COFFEEANDCRUMBS to get three cups FREE in your first box!

Mentioned in this episode:

C+C writer Melanie Dale is a recurring extra on The Walking Dead

We’re always keeping an eye on the Kindle $1.99 book deals

Favorite headphones:
- Wireless, noise-canceling ones
- April’s bone-conducting ones
- Indiana’s Costco buy

Recommended Books:
- Tell Me More
- Glitter & Glue
- The Middle Place
- You Who
- My Squirrel Days
- Holding Up The Universe
- Fates & Furies (April bought it twice!)
- Polygamist escape stories: The Sound of Gravel, Escape, Stolen Innocence, Breaking Free

Recommended TV:
- Breaking Bad (Netflix)
- Game of Thrones (HBO)
- Big Little Lies (HBO)
- This Is Us (NBC)
- Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)
- Silicon Valley (HBO)
- Life in Pieces (Hulu)

Recommended Podcasts:
- The Bible Binge
- 10 Things to Tell You
- Conan O’Brian Needs a Friend
- Journeywomen
- The Dream
- What Have You
- Risen Motherhood
- Serial
- Joy The Baker

Kindle Paperwhite + Overdrive Library App
Thriftbooks.com for cheap reads
Mother’s Day is Sunday! It’s not too late to sign up to host a brunch and check out our gift guide, too. (P.S. The Magic of Motherhood makes a great last minute gift.)

Related previous episodes:

This Is How We Don’t
This Is How We Do: Self Care

Related essays:

Eating Popcorn In The Dark Because You’ve Earned This
Rethinking Silence


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Care.com and Daily Harvest.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Episode 65: Parenting for the Long Haul with Krista Gilbert

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Between the meals and the snacks and the laundry and the messes, some days it’s hard to view parenting as anything more than surviving those pre-bedtime hours. But we know parenting is not a short-term gig—we're in this for the long haul. In today's episode, we're chatting with author and speaker Krista Gilbert about how we can maintain our long-term priorities in the immediate chaos of motherhood. From the importance of building trust to keeping a sense of humor, this conversation is full of wisdom and practical tips for keeping the long view of parenting in mind. Plus, Krista shares the magic of "tiny traditions" and gives us insight into the coming-of-age trips she does with her children.

Whether your kids are learning how to walk or learning how to use a cell phone, we hope today's conversation encourages you to take a few moments to think about how you can parent for the future, right from the present.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

KiwiCo designs projects for kids ages 0-16 that focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and math. You simply choose your line of crates (but don’t worry, they’re about the size of a shoebox) and inside is everything you need for the project. With hundreds of projects between their seven different lines, KiwiCo has something for every kid and will encourage their confidence and creativity through a thoughtfully designed leaning project at home. Visit KiwiCo.com/COFFEEANDCRUMBS and get your first crate for free!

Beauty by Design offers personalized skincare routines created by an esthetician. You take a quick skin survey, snap a selfie, and voila—recommendations just for you and your skin. There’s no subscription, no obligation to buy and free shipping and free returns.

Visit beautybydesign.com/coffeeandcrumbs and use promo code coffeeandcrumbs for 20 percent off your first order.

Mentioned in this episode:

Connect with Krista: Website // Instagram // Podcast

The 10 year old trip tradition that Krista’s parens started

… and the special way they honor the entrance to the teenage years

Krista’s book, Reclaiming Home: The Family’s Guide for Life, Love, and Legacy

Indiana bought the books Krista recommended immediately:

Triggers: Exchanging Parents' Angry Reactions for Gentle Biblical Responses

Children’s book that makes moms cry: Let Me Hold You Longer

Previous episodes mentioned:
Episode 36: How To Be A B+ Mom With Sarah R. Bagley
Episode 41: Free Of Me With Sharon Hodde Miller

Related essays:

Compound Interest
The Words That Matter Most
Just Enough Curious


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams with Katie Blackburn and Krista Gilbert, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


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Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: KiwiCo and Beauty By Design.

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This Is How We Do: Raising Siblings

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In this week’s episode, we’re talking about all things sibling-related, from managing age gaps to mitigating disagreements. With a collective 10 kids between Indiana, Ashlee, and April—and a whopping FORTY-TWO among the full C+C team—we offer our take on how we foster friendships between our kids without forcing them, and the unexpected moments of joy we find along the way.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Prep Dish is a healthy meal planning service that offers a variety of options, including dairy-free, paleo, gluten-free, and now keto menus. They email you the entire week’s grocery list and detailed instructions for each recipe. Visit prepdish.com/coffee to try it for two weeks completely free.

Harper Wilde offers comfortable and attainably-priced bras that match women’s real needs. Visit HarperWilde.com/COFFEEANDCRUMBS to get started today with a free at-home try-on, and you’ll also get a free bra wash bag.

Mentioned in this episode:

Some of our favorite toys for fostering sibling play and relationships:

Magna tiles
Picasso tiles
Fort building and other building sets
Walkie Talkies

The bunk beds Ashlee’s boys have

This Daniel Tiger episode is great for prepping to add a new sibling to the family

Related previous episodes:

Growing Your Family, Part 1
Growing Your Family, Part 2

Related essays:

Take Care Of Each Other
Yesterday My Kids Got Along And I Almost Died Of Shock
The Gift Of Each Other
Sisters


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Prep Dish and Harper Wilde.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Episode 64: Motherhood + Hospitality

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From fear of awkward small talk to embarrassment about baseboard dust bunnies, most of us have our own hangups around hospitality. And yet, inviting people into our imperfect lives and homes is how we build real, authentic relationships. In this week’s episode, we confess to the small stuff we sweat (like the evidence people actually live in our homes) and share how we’re learning to roll out the welcome mat anyway.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Hopster.tv is a subscription app for children ages 2-6 that strikes a balance between learning and fun, in a safe and ad-free digital playground. Hopster.tv’s content is handpicked by a content team of real human beings, not an algorithm, so children will never come across any nasty or misleading videos.

Use voucher code coffeeandcrumbs to get an extended 1-month free trial.

KiwiCo designs projects for kids ages 0-16 that focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and math. You simply choose your line of crates (but don’t worry, they’re about the size of a shoebox) and inside is everything you need for the project. With hundreds of projects between their seven different lines, KiwiCo has something for every kid and will encourage their confidence and creativity through a thoughtfully designed leaning project at home. Visit KiwiCo.com/COFFEEANDCRUMBS and get your first crate for free!

Mentioned in this episode:

April and Ashlee have claimed Gayle as their hospitality spirit animal.

Indiana has never once used this and just needs to send it to April.

April feels exactly like Mrs. Doubtfire when guests arrive.

Feeling inspired to flex your hospitality muscles? Host a C+C brunch for Mother’s Day!

Previous episodes mentioned:

Ep. 44: Embracing Vulnerability with Jamie Ivey
Ep. 49: Motherhood + Loneliness

Related essays:

Being Seen, French Toast, And the C+C Mother’s Day Brunch
Velveeta + Vulnerability
The Less I Bring
Fail-Safe Friends


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Hopster.tv and KiwiCo.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

This Is How We Do: Self Care

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With endless time and unlimited budgets, self care becomes pretty easy (hello tropical beach vacation and weekly massages!). But when we’re balancing motherhood, marriage, and careers—and our bank account isn’t bottomless—how do we make time and give ourselves permission to care for ourselves?

This week we’re talking about what self care looks like for each of us and how that varies depending on the season of life we’re in. April also offers a powerful reminder of the importance of letting our kids see us experience the joyful and delightful parts of life. We hope this conversation leaves you feeling encouraged and empowered to explore what self care looks like for you, whether you have five whole hours a week or just five minutes a day.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Hopster.tv is a subscription app for children ages 2-6 that strikes a balance between learning and fun, in a safe and ad-free digital playground. Hopster.tv’s content is handpicked by a content team of real human beings, not an algorithm, so children will never come across any nasty or misleading videos.

Use voucher code coffeeandcrumbs to get an extended 1-month free trial.

Docusol Kids is designed specifically for constipation relief and helps relieve kids, safely, in less than 15 minutes. It’s safe and effective for children ages 2 to 12.

Mentioned in this episode:

The Ok to Wake! Clock April uses to help her kids sleep later

Ashlee’s bamboo bath tray

Target’s $2 face masks

Our Exhale creative community

The Enneagram

Related previous episodes:

Ep. 3: It’s Their Day, Too With Katie Blackburn
Ep. 9: Living the Balanced Life With Robin Long
Ep. 59: Everyday Peacemaking With Osheta Moore
This Is How We Don’t

Related essays:

Little Luxuries
It’s Their Day, Too
It’s Not About The Haircut
A Creative
Permission
Put It Down
The Rest Found In Movement
Let Us Be Women Who Rest When We’re Tired


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Hopster.tv and Docusol Kids.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Episode 63: Due Dates, Doulas, and Drugs, Oh My!

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In this week’s episode, we’re talking labor pains and epidurals, amazing nurses and redemptive birth experiences, as Ashlee and April recount the births of their daughters earlier this year. Grab a coffee (and maybe some headphones for this episode!) and settle in for an honest, funny, and heartfelt chat about the nuts and bolts of bringing a baby into the world.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

HelloFresh makes answering the question, “What’s for dinner?” easy with fresh, pre-measured ingredients and recipe cards are delivered to your door each week in a special insulated box. You can choose from a variety of menu styles and options to customize an option that’s right for your family. Save $80 off your first month by going to HelloFresh.com/coffeeandcrumbs and entering the promo code coffeeandcrumbs80.

Molekule has completely reinvented the air purifier by destroying indoor air pollutants at a molecular level, completely removing them from the air you breathe. One customer even said that she was “able to breathe through her nose for the first time in 15 years! For $75 off your first order, visit Molekule.com and enter the promo code coffeeandcrumbs.  

Mentioned in this episode:

Dilation as illustrated by everyday objects (you’ll never look at a bagel quite the same way)

Documentary: The Business of Being Born

What exactly is a doula?

The Cheerio Diaries car birth story Ashlee couldn’t get out of her head

April loved this explanation of getting an epidural as a way to stay present during birth

Katherine Heigl’s Knocked Up birth scene (warning: language and graphic content)

Previous episodes mentioned:

Episode 29: Three’s Company, Too with Sarah Powers
Episode 31: The One With All The Birth Stories
Episode 54: Growing Your Family, Part One

Related essays:

Presley Joy Gadd: A Redemptive Birth Story
A Tale of Two Birth Plans
Sharks and Childbirth
I Had A Hard Birth
All Natural
How’s Your Pain?
Permission To Cry
The Baby Is Going To Be Fine


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: HelloFresh and Molekule.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

This Is How We Do: Preparing For Baby

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From our hospital bag favorites to how we make time for baby-bonding with other children running rampant through the house—in this episode, we’re chatting about all things baby prep. Whether you secretly pin nursery decor for months or Amazon Prime a Dock-a-Tot the week before your due date, we hope our conversation today brings some peace (and humor!) to an expectant season.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Care.com makes it easy to find an extra set of hands when you need them. You can join for free as a basic member and easily start searching for local caregivers, or you can upgrade to a premium membership so you can reach out to caregivers, schedule interviews and even book and pay for care online or through their app. Save 30% off a premium membership by visiting care.com/coffeeandcrumbs.

LOLA makes feminine care products, including pads, tampons, and pantyliners with 100% organic cotton, delivered directly to your door. You can pick and choose exactly what’s in your deliver, and set up a recurring subscription so you always have what you need on hand. For 40% off your order, visit mylola.com and enter coffeeandcrumbs when you subscribe!

Mentioned in this episode:

Ashlee’s floral robe for the hospital bag (pairs well with nursing nightgown) // matching swaddle + headband // April’s “Game of Thrones-inspired” robe

Milkmaid Goods nightgown/dress (Ashlee puts her baby in it for skin to skin time)

Birth hack: steal as many mesh panties as possible from the hospital. When you’re ready for real undies again, these are Ashlee’s postpartum favorites.

Haven + Pine labor + delivery box // mini version // Wonderfully Made printable

The dichotomy of third-baby nurseries: Presley’s room tour … and Caleb’s.

Indiana talks about her birth stories on The Birth Hour.

Related previous episodes:

Episode 31: The One With All The Birth Stories

Related essays:

A Tale of Two Birth Plans
What The Books Don’t Say
Taking The Time To Marvel
How To Keep Your World Small


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Care.com and LOLA.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!

Episode 62: Being The Village - How To Help A New Mom

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We’re baaaaack! Today we’re kicking off season four with an honest conversation about how we can really help the new moms in our lives. From avoiding the “just you wait” dump truck to reading cues on whether your Meal Train recipient wants you to sit and chat or drop the food and leave, consider this episode a crash course in new-mom-awareness. We also talk about the hard work of setting our pride aside and asking for help when we need it. Plus, Indiana and Ashlee confess the moments with new moms they wish they could do over.


Show Notes

Thank you to our episode sponsors:

Zola is reinventing the wedding planning and registry experience to make the happiest day in couples' lives even happier. Zola takes the stress out of wedding planning by enabling couples to manage everything online and in one place. To join the more than 500,000 couples who have used Zola to get their free wedding website and to get $50 off your registry on Zola, go to ZOLA.com/coffeeandcrumbs.

Care/of is a monthly subscription vitamin service that delivers completely personalized vitamin and supplement packs right to your door. Care/of’s online quiz asks you about your diet, health goals, and lifestyle choices, and then your Care/of subscription box gets delivered every month with personalized daily packs, great for a busy on-the-go lifestyle. For 50% off your first month of personalized Care/of vitamins, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter “COFFEEANDCRUMBS50.”

Mentioned in this episode:

Related previous episodes:

Ep. 17: Bringing Back the Village with Krystal Festerly

Related essays:

New Mom Meal: Sweet Potato, Sausage, and Apple Bake
Being the Village
The Less I Bring
Peanut Butter and Generous
The Twilight Bark


Show credits: 

Hosted by Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd, and April Hoss, produced by Katie Leipprandt, edited by Kyle Cummings, content managed by Jennifer Batchelor.


HELP THE COFFEE + CRUMBS PODCAST REACH MORE MOMS

Subscribe | To subscribe on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe to the Coffee + Crumbs Podcast. If you're an Android user, we recommend using the Stitcher app which you can find in the Google Play store. Then, once you're in the app, search for "Coffee + Crumbs." Click the plus (+) sign to add our podcast to your Favorites list. You can also try Overcast and Spotify.

Patreon | Did you know you can support our work with a monthly donation as little as $1/month? Learn more here

Leave a review | When you leave a five star iTunes review, it helps other mothers find us when they're seeking out podcasts on iTunes. Need directions? No problem

Check out our sponsors | We're selective when it comes to our sponsors because we are sure to only partner with companies that we love and know you'll love. They underwrite a portion of our production costs, so when you click over and/or support them, they'll know they've partnered with the right podcast. This week's sponsors: Zola and Care/Of.

Share with a friend | We hope to see the Coffee + Crumbs podcast grow and grow and grow, but we rely on moms like you to spread the word. We appreciate when you share our episodes—whether that's via Facebook, email, Twitter or Instagram. Thank you for the love!