Kayce is now a sexy baritone man, Tristan wants her nipples back and Hollie comes to talk about the wild world of raising a family as an Army wife and mom.
Beau gets captured by a Spooky witch, Tristan is a brilliant inventor, and we get insight into the moms' parenting skills based on their stellar babysitting records.
The moms teach a master class on sign language and ruin wallets for everyone, and special guest Nick Johne stops by to give insight into life as a stay-at-home dad to a daughter with autism and epilepsy.
Tristan really sticks it to Chris for abandoning her for a week, Kayce wins a prestigious award, and special guest Bridget horrifies/educates the moms with tales of carb-counting while pregnant
Beau's doctor provides a little insight on the milk situation, Kayce and Tristan know even less about pop culture than parenting, and we celebrate mom fails with lots of write-ins from our listeners.
Beau is a robot puppy, Tristan picks and interesting episode to worry about things being "gender-appropriate", and special guest Rebecca drops by to tell us what it's like to be a transgender mom.
Kayce has a one-year-old, Nellie gets a job at the plant, and the moms beg for help on how to transition away from bottles
Tristan is a budding chef, Kayce might not like children, and guest Elizabeth talks about having three kids in three decades.
Kayce sends mixed messages about which piercings she has, Tristan learns that mommy groups are for more than shaming, and special guest Rachel takes us all on the emotional roller coaster of the adoption process.
Coxsackie rears its ugly head (and hands and feet and mouth), Phoef the cat won’t shut the heck up, and the moms learn that when you have a baby, vacation should be called, “being a mom somewhere else.”
The mothers continue their interview with same-sex moms, Jill and Kasie, and manage to work baby wieners into yet another episode. They would like to remind you to hug your grandparents.
Kayce and Beau are fighting, Tristan has the sexiest of all the ailments, and the moms ask inappropriate questions to same-sex couple and supermoms, Jill and Kasie.
Kayce and Beau ride the rails to Poop City, Tristan is Nellie's biggest hurdle, and super-nanny Suzanna pops by to teach the moms that it's possible to like babies that don't belong to you.
Tristan takes mom fails to the next level, Kayce is the Cesar Millan of babies, and Beau and Nellie both prefer their dads, which is TOTALLY FINE AND THE MOMS DEFINITELY DON'T MIND AT ALL.
Tristan gets to know the El train after 16 years in Chicago, Kayce is extra bonus tired, and the moms welcome Rachel, who delivered her daughter at 25 weeks.
Tristan has a few things she will NOT pay for, Kayce deals with a public meltdown, and the moms realize that whether you stay at home or put your baby in daycare, it's a comedy of errors.
The mothers get a little perspective after talking to a single mom who's doing it all! At least they are super-fluent in Spanish.
Nellie is a dumpster baby, Kayce's self-control has been stolen by the internet, and the dads and the babies pop in for a very special Father's Day episode!
Kayce is working on her debut rap album, Tristan values Nellie's life at $5, and listen as the moms struggle (and ultimately fail) to craft a joke about pre-memes.
The Mothers discuss how they celebrated Chris’ Birthday and their laughable amount of milk, Kayce has a run-in with The Rag, and Tristan learns that “Hey! Hey! Hey!” isn’t just for horses horses horses.