The big boo cast, episode 4

Tune in as we cover more of life’s most serious issues, including the embarrassing fact that I may be somewhat of a stage mother when it comes to Halloween costume contests.

Which is only slightly better than buying an N’Sync Concert DVD when you’re 30.

It promises to be loads of fun and when it’s all over, there will be no doubt that we are Southern girls through and through.

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  1. Connie says

    Oh my…the pink kitchen story is priceless. I was rolling!! Thanks for sharing your “mom moment” and thanks for the laughs.
    Oh and a question for you…fashion related…what do you think of the screen print T’s that are all over the place now? I was at Old Navy and some were only $5. The college kids I minister to wear them, but do they work for a 32 year old mom of two? I’m a fashion novice. Thanks for your thoughts.

  2. says

    I’m a New England girl (the only other place I’ve lived is Chicago and near Chicago), and I never really thought I cared for the southern accent much. (Not that I had any high horse to look down from; the New England accent is just strange, and defies laws of basic logic in terms of pronunciation.) Anyway, I’ve realized that my problem was that I’d never met ladies like you before, because I think your voices are just sweet and lyrical. I keep finding myself turning on your latest podcast when I want something to listen to…you two always make me smile and laugh, and it’s fun to eavesdrop on such lighthearted, witty conversation. Thanks for giving me a new appreciation for a sound that’s different than what I’m used to hearing. I think it’s lovely.

  3. says

    You guys are stinking hilarious! The part about the pink kitchen had me cracking up!
    I posted a question last time, but I will ask my question(s) again.
    How long did you have your blog before it started to take off and you were “famous” in the blog world? Do you know how it happened? What advice do you have to other bloggers about how to get your name out there?
    Thanks! Love listening to you guys!

  4. says

    That’s the funniest one yet! The pink kitchen thing cracked me up as well.

    Oh, and the Halloween thing? I think I might hyperventilate if my child ever wanted to wear a character costume that was bought at a store! They might as well bring back those plastic aprons with the characters logos on them and the ugly plastic masks that they sold when we were kids. My son mentioned wanting to be Spiderman this year but I pretended I didn’t hear him and continued talking about how he should go as Leo from the Little Einsteins, but NOT in a costume bought at the Disney store! I feel your parental pain.

  5. sara says

    You girls crack me up! I’m afraid I am kind of like you with the whole Halloween thing for my son. It’s embarrassing to admit that I put a little too much thought and effort into his costume because I want it to be the cutest. We’ll have the pictures forever, right? That’s what I tell myself.

  6. says

    Just finished listening to #4 and I LOVED it! Y’all are so hilarious and you make my day! I’m not sure what I enjoy more, your conversations, or just listening to you laugh!

    Looking forward to the next one.

  7. says

    Oh my word, you girls crack me up. “We believe in our hair” has got to be the funniest line ever. I can so relate although I live no where near the south but I do believe in my hair. Oh yes I do!

  8. Amy T says

    “But Momma, they’re just wrestling!” was one of the funniest things! And then when they barked and she said “Ooh! That scared me!” So funny!

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