Monique Samuels presents Not For Lazy Moms Season 2 Live Podcast Kickoff! Co-hosted by her husband, former Washington Redskins All-Pro Chris Samuels, joined by Aly Jacobs and Cousin Hank and featuring MC, Sarah Fraser of the Hey...
The Not For Lazy Moms podcast will bring this website to life as we share stories about overcoming obstacles, open up about every-day challenges, and share ideas and advice for keeping a marriage spicy. Each 45-minute episode will zero in on topics we all think about regularly, like detoxing your life, pregnancy after miscarriage, parenting jealousy, birth control methods and maintaining your sex life after having kids. This podcast is light, fun and will have you nodding along to the often time comical things all parents go through, but none like to admit!
The Mom Friend Intervention. How do you tell your mom friend, respectfully, that she leaves the house looking pretty awful?
Monique and her co-hosts go over the laundry list of items that they wish they had known during that first month of motherhood.
We want it all. We do it all. But what do we do when we are absolutely exhausted?
Dr. Simone of Bravo’s Married To Medicine joins the team to answer all medical questions and set the record straight on some miscarriage myths.
Episode 8 brings you inside a counseling session between Chris and Monique as Chris expresses how he feels every time he spots her checking Social Media.
Who would’ve thought that Monique, Aly and Hank (yes, Hank…just wait for it) sharing their birth stories would result in uncontrollable laughter.
Monique keeps it real when she admits to not liking her friends child, and shares the time she and Chris took a Hank Detox.
The team discuss the many methods of birth control and the ones they prefer to use!
The team discusses how to cleanse your body without being intimidated by diet fads. Eliminating certain foods and other stressors from your life is a lifestyle journey!
“Do you teach your kids the real name or the nickname of their body parts?” The fab four discuss their concerns and possible dangers of nicknaming body parts.
Monique and Chris get real honest when they admit if they feel rejected when their child favors one parent over the other.