Fri, 17 January 2014
It's our second podcast of 2014 on a snowy Friday in January. We're podcasting with babies so expect some gurgling and chattering!
Angie and Marianne chat about TGIF, CYO sports, and being an Extraordinary Minister of the Most Holy Eucharist to the homebound.
Life with Kids:
Shoutouts and Feedback:
No mail this week but we have had over 200 downloads of our podcasts! A big thank you to all of our subscribers (still over 20 as of this posting) and to those listening.
Food for the Journey:
Angie shares the lyrics of the song, "Do Everything" by Steven Curtis Chapman and we chat about being Christian Radio converts.
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Thu, 9 January 2014
Recorded Thursday, 01/09/14
We're welcoming 2014 and our very first guest! As usual, we are podcasting with babies so expect some lively audio. Thanks for listening!
We chat about the Polar Vortex and remember the last time it was so terribly cold (20 years ago), talk about the Christmas season, and introduce our guest, our friend and the mom who introduced us to Catholic podcasts, Barb Patterson.
Life with Kids
We chat with Barb and she shares her thoughts on being a mom of many, large families, and being an Old Mom and a New Mom. We also share our Faith and Family Tip of the Week.
Shoutouts and Feedback
We've got mail! We share an email from one of our listeners.
Food for the Journey
With the season of resolutions upon us, we share some words of inspiration from C.S. Lewis on resolutions.
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