Toddler Purgatory is a comedy parenting podcast by and for moms of kids under six. Hosted by hilarious moms Molly Lloyd and Blaire Brooks, each episode of Toddler Purgatory digs deep on a different parenting topic, providing some real talk, some expert advice, and a ton of laughs. Parenting little kids might feel like you're stuck in purgatory sometimes, but with Blaire and Molly as your guides, you'll have a lot more fun along the way. New episodes every Tuesday! Thanks for subscribing and listening! Find out more at toddlerpurgatory.com and on social media #toddlerpurgatory.
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Hilarious! These 2 ladies have a great dynamic together. Bringing in fun stories from their lives as parents and quoting reputable journals they bring to light all the nuances of parenting toddlers. Definitely a laugh out load podcast as I can relate to so many things! We can either cry or laugh about these challenging times as parents of toddlers and I’ll take the laughing route thank you very much. I cried enough when my baby was an infant.
So happy to have found this podcast. It’s a fun listen that helps you feel surrounded by honest friends! Thanks for these episodes!
I have 3 kids 5 and under and this podcast is full of helpful solutions. If you lean more toward gentle parenting or child led rather than traditional, you will love this podcast. You will also have a good laugh with each episode. It’s engaging and relatable. I only wish the hosts had more kids (one has an only child, one has two) because some of the suggestions don’t work well with A LOT of kids who all need you at once. I still recommend this podcast to anyone hiking through this stage of pare... more
Love listening to this show while I work. I have a three year old daughter and am currently pregnant with my second. This show makes me feel so seen! I love the humor and all of the awesome tips!
I typically avoid any podcast that is conversational because it tends to get annoying. But there’s something about Molly and Blair. They’re genuine, real, not to mention hilarious. They’ve just got that it factor. And they get me. I get them. ♥️♥️♥️
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Toddler Purgatory launched 2 years ago and published 120 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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