Imagine this: No expectations. No judgements. No worries. Just you and your family in harmony together. Amber and Kai-Saun talk about what they’re doing to replace pressure with presence in the final episode of Season 3 of The New MORE podcast.
How do your personal experiences influence your parenting decisions? During this intimate conversation, Amber and Kai-Saun talk about how their experiences with sexual assault, child abduction, and neglect drive the way they parent their son. Listen in as two “helicopter parents” share their views and tell the world why they smother.
Your character is your foundation — it’s who you are, how you behave, and how you treat others. We’ve all been in positions where our values were tested, and the same will be true for our kids. How do we help them build their character now so when they’re tested later in life, they can stand strong? Amber and Kai-Saun are talking about character: theirs as individuals and the journey of shaping their son’s.
Marriage takes work. Many working parents struggle to balance their professional and personal responsibilities and find it hard to carve out time for themselves and one another. Amber and Kai get together to talk about the challenges they face while trying to maintain their identities, careers, and their relationship.
Amber and Kai talk about the possibility of having another child and the impact/benefits of becoming a family of four. During this episode, they discuss balancing their desire for more children with the reality of what that would mean for their family. The couple also talks about finances, family dynamics, support, and postpartum depression and anxiety in this episode of The New MORE podcast.
Amber Anderson (co-founder of MORE) connects with fellow mompreneurs Nailah Blades (owner of Wylie & Co.) and Stephanie Conner (owner of Active Voice Communications) to discuss prioritizing yourself amongst competing business and family responsibilities. The topics include ways to get away, dealing with Mom guilt, entrepreneur guilt and of course more.