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I’m really really excited about a new video series that Kristen Howerton and I are doing for Babble.

First off, it’s Kristen. How can you not love her? Seriously. Secondly, it’s just us. In my house, hanging out. No over-the-top production. No cue cards. No hair and makeup. (Although, okay, I wouldn’t mind a little bit of that action.) Just us chatting about things like date night, screen time for our kids, our absolutely CUCKOO menstrual cycles, and poop. I mean, who doesn’t want to talk about poop? I love talking about poop! LET’S TALK ABOUT POOP.

We’ll be posting new videos every week, and here are the first two.

Date Night – Are you making date night a regular thing in your relationship? We aren’t because we are soooooo lame. And tired.

Has Your Period Changed Post-Childbirth? – Wow, we could have talked about this forever. What is going with my menstrual cycle post-kids? It’s horrible. Same with Kristen…have you noticed a major change too?

I hope you enjoy the videos – we’re having a blast making them.



COMMENTS (2)

Comments

  1. I love these videos! And your hair is lovely.

  2. Miss Virginia says:

    You guys are too cute! (and gorgeous!) I so know you don’t want to hear this, but I had the same thing…HORRIBLE periods w/ the craziness, irritable, cramps, heavy, blah, blah, started taking the pill (had awful systems for about 2-3 months…same as Kristen said), but stuck with it and have NO period now and NO symptoms…all is well. BUT…just got the lowest dose pill (lo lo or something?) and now I’m starting over again w/ the bloated feeling, break outs, etc. Going to stick with it, though, b/c it will go away (hopefully!) Totally feel your pain…that sucks!

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