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Coffee + Crumbs Podcast

Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd and April Hoss

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Coffee + Crumbs Podcast
Coffee + Crumbs Podcast

Coffee + Crumbs Podcast

Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd and April Hoss

62
Followers
104
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The wildly popular storytelling site about motherhood is now in audible format! The Coffee + Crumbs Podcast is your companion for kitchen cleanups, stroller walks, or the daily carpool hustle. Join hosts Indiana Adams, Ashlee Gadd and April Hoss as they chat about the beautifully hard work of raising children.

Latest Episodes

Motherhood + FOMO

From the temptation to compare ourselves with what we see on social media to actually missing out on things because we couldn't line up childcare or the toddler is sick (again), today we're opening up honestly about where we struggle with FOMO and how we work to shift our perspective from one of lacking to one of gratitude. This week's episode is airing in tandem with Sarah and Meagan from The Mom Hour podcast— be sure to check out their conversation on FOMO too!

33 MIN2 weeks ago
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Motherhood + FOMO

100th Episode: Ask Us Anything

From Indiana’s face blindness to how April balances introversion as a mom, today we're answering questions from YOU, our listeners and Patrons! You asked about everything from April's novel to Indi's thrift shopping to that "conceiving a girl thing" Ashlee mentioned once. We tried to answer as many questions as we could fit into the 100th episode (!) of this show. Thank you for listening and sharing this podcast with friends over the past four seasons!

56 MIN3 weeks ago
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100th Episode: Ask Us Anything

This Is How We Do: Feeding Babies

From nip slips to lactating armpits (!) to feeling confident whipping out a bottle of formula, today we're getting honest about the time-consuming and (often literal) draining work of feeding our babies. Whether you're formula feeding, exclusively pumping, or it's just you and your B-O-O-B-S on demand, we hope you'll feel seen and encouraged in this week's conversation.

41 MINJUL 16
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This Is How We Do: Feeding Babies

Conversations with Our Pre-Mom Selves

This week, we're talking about all the things we didn't know that we didn't know before kids. From a false sense of control (surely good behavior is just a matter of consistent and firm boundaries ... right?) to the things we swore we'd never do only to end up doing them (we're looking at you, goldfish crackers for dinner and weekly baths), there's a lot about motherhood that's upended who we thought we were.

30 MINJUL 9
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Conversations with Our Pre-Mom Selves

This Is How We Do: Laundry

This week we’re finally talking about the topic April has been dying to cover for two years: laundry. If you’ve got last week’s towels still piled haphazardly on the couch because washing AND drying AND folding AND putting away is just two steps too many, shove them to the side and join us for our hacks and hangups about the dirty work of cleaning clothes.

36 MINJUL 2
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This Is How We Do: Laundry

One and Done: Raising An Only Child

This week, Indiana chats with Sophie Hudson—aka “BooMama”—about raising an only child. Sophie laughs about the preconceived stereotypes she’s long-since abandoned (Surprise! Only kids can thrive in team sports!) and shares her tip for making sure a family vacation is fun for all three of them. Whether you find yourself raising an only child by choice or by circumstance, we hope you feel encouraged by this week’s conversation.

35 MINJUN 25
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One and Done: Raising An Only Child

This Is How We Do: Personality Types

In this week's episode, we're talking about personality typing systems. From Enneagram and Myers Briggs to less official tools like Hogwarts houses and Cosmo quizzes, we have endless options for identifying who we really are and why we do the things we do. We chat about our own lightbulb moments in terms of self-understanding and how that knowledge impacts our relationships with our spouses, children, and friends.

41 MINJUN 18
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This Is How We Do: Personality Types

Motherhood + Minimalism

This week we’re talking about minimalism—but don’t worry, we’re not coming to Marie Kondo your closets. Whether you’re a self-identified maximalist like Indiana, an aspiring minimalist like Ashlee or somewhere in between like April (does owning jewel tones disqualify one from being a minimalist?), we hope today's conversation sparks joy for you.

44 MINJUN 11
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Motherhood + Minimalism

This Is How We Do: Creativity

This week we're talking all about creativity—and before you declare yourself uncreative, we've got a pep talk to prove otherwise. From embracing creative sparks in the shower to the hard work of putting our butts in the chair, today we're dishing how we make space for creativity alongside motherhood, and how we're better off for it. Whether you call yourself an artist or not, we hope today's conversation reminds you that motherhood is bursting with creative inspiration.

30 MINJUN 4
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This Is How We Do: Creativity

Summer Safety Episode: Drowning Prevention With Nicole Hughes

With summer around the corner, today we’re bringing you an important episode about water safety and drowning prevention. Drowning is the number one cause of death for children under the age of five, but for today’s guest, that’s not just a statistic. Nicole Hughes is with us to share the heartbreaking story of losing her three-year-old son, Levi, to drowning last summer. She also shares the mission behind Levi’s Legacy, which she began in his honor to educate parents about drowning prevention.

33 MINMAY 30
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Summer Safety Episode: Drowning Prevention With Nicole Hughes

Latest Episodes

Motherhood + FOMO

From the temptation to compare ourselves with what we see on social media to actually missing out on things because we couldn't line up childcare or the toddler is sick (again), today we're opening up honestly about where we struggle with FOMO and how we work to shift our perspective from one of lacking to one of gratitude. This week's episode is airing in tandem with Sarah and Meagan from The Mom Hour podcast— be sure to check out their conversation on FOMO too!

33 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Motherhood + FOMO

100th Episode: Ask Us Anything

From Indiana’s face blindness to how April balances introversion as a mom, today we're answering questions from YOU, our listeners and Patrons! You asked about everything from April's novel to Indi's thrift shopping to that "conceiving a girl thing" Ashlee mentioned once. We tried to answer as many questions as we could fit into the 100th episode (!) of this show. Thank you for listening and sharing this podcast with friends over the past four seasons!

56 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
100th Episode: Ask Us Anything

This Is How We Do: Feeding Babies

From nip slips to lactating armpits (!) to feeling confident whipping out a bottle of formula, today we're getting honest about the time-consuming and (often literal) draining work of feeding our babies. Whether you're formula feeding, exclusively pumping, or it's just you and your B-O-O-B-S on demand, we hope you'll feel seen and encouraged in this week's conversation.

41 MINJUL 16
Comments
This Is How We Do: Feeding Babies

Conversations with Our Pre-Mom Selves

This week, we're talking about all the things we didn't know that we didn't know before kids. From a false sense of control (surely good behavior is just a matter of consistent and firm boundaries ... right?) to the things we swore we'd never do only to end up doing them (we're looking at you, goldfish crackers for dinner and weekly baths), there's a lot about motherhood that's upended who we thought we were.

30 MINJUL 9
Comments
Conversations with Our Pre-Mom Selves

This Is How We Do: Laundry

This week we’re finally talking about the topic April has been dying to cover for two years: laundry. If you’ve got last week’s towels still piled haphazardly on the couch because washing AND drying AND folding AND putting away is just two steps too many, shove them to the side and join us for our hacks and hangups about the dirty work of cleaning clothes.

36 MINJUL 2
Comments
This Is How We Do: Laundry

One and Done: Raising An Only Child

This week, Indiana chats with Sophie Hudson—aka “BooMama”—about raising an only child. Sophie laughs about the preconceived stereotypes she’s long-since abandoned (Surprise! Only kids can thrive in team sports!) and shares her tip for making sure a family vacation is fun for all three of them. Whether you find yourself raising an only child by choice or by circumstance, we hope you feel encouraged by this week’s conversation.

35 MINJUN 25
Comments
One and Done: Raising An Only Child

This Is How We Do: Personality Types

In this week's episode, we're talking about personality typing systems. From Enneagram and Myers Briggs to less official tools like Hogwarts houses and Cosmo quizzes, we have endless options for identifying who we really are and why we do the things we do. We chat about our own lightbulb moments in terms of self-understanding and how that knowledge impacts our relationships with our spouses, children, and friends.

41 MINJUN 18
Comments
This Is How We Do: Personality Types

Motherhood + Minimalism

This week we’re talking about minimalism—but don’t worry, we’re not coming to Marie Kondo your closets. Whether you’re a self-identified maximalist like Indiana, an aspiring minimalist like Ashlee or somewhere in between like April (does owning jewel tones disqualify one from being a minimalist?), we hope today's conversation sparks joy for you.

44 MINJUN 11
Comments
Motherhood + Minimalism

This Is How We Do: Creativity

This week we're talking all about creativity—and before you declare yourself uncreative, we've got a pep talk to prove otherwise. From embracing creative sparks in the shower to the hard work of putting our butts in the chair, today we're dishing how we make space for creativity alongside motherhood, and how we're better off for it. Whether you call yourself an artist or not, we hope today's conversation reminds you that motherhood is bursting with creative inspiration.

30 MINJUN 4
Comments
This Is How We Do: Creativity

Summer Safety Episode: Drowning Prevention With Nicole Hughes

With summer around the corner, today we’re bringing you an important episode about water safety and drowning prevention. Drowning is the number one cause of death for children under the age of five, but for today’s guest, that’s not just a statistic. Nicole Hughes is with us to share the heartbreaking story of losing her three-year-old son, Levi, to drowning last summer. She also shares the mission behind Levi’s Legacy, which she began in his honor to educate parents about drowning prevention.

33 MINMAY 30
Comments
Summer Safety Episode: Drowning Prevention With Nicole Hughes

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