Hey Mama Podcast

PODCAST STUDIO  |  Podcast , ±51 min episodes every 12 weeks  | 
"Here, there is no judgement. Here, we are candid. Here, we explore the ins and outs, ups and downs, smiles and frowns that come with motherhood. Join us, Mpumi Mayisa and Ulungile Magubane young fly mamas, as we try to unpack and reflect upon the contemporary journey of what it means to raise children in urban South Africa today.

Hey Mama! Welcome to therapy.
Hey everybody else! Welcome to our world. "

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Oldie but goodie

In episode 3 Mpumi and Ulungile spend their time catching up before December and it's festivities began to burst at the seams. They speak about life in transition, leaving the skreetz behind and solo dates. Listen to them break down the tears, feelings of inadequacy and the broke days that come with the end of the year. Our mamas also reflect on friendships lost and gained after giving birth and finding somewhere to put their kids while they sip champagne and bring in the New Year (lol). Little did they know that 2020 would come and literally shift EVERYTHING...

Gone Girl

We come to the conclusion over and over again that motherhood essentially feels a lot like walking around with a mirror constantly held in your face. With guest mama, Tiisetso Molobi, we talk about letting go of past versions of ourselves and acceptance of what is to come. We also unpack the pressures of keeping up with the outside world and the horror of negotiating hangovers with a baby to take care of.

I think I made my baby facing the ocean

Hi there. My name is Someone's Mom.
Our first episode opens the window to who we are and the very beginning of this thing called Motherhood. We talk about the realities of finding out you are pregnant, reconciling expectations with reality and we reminisce about how 'baby' was conceived.

3 episodes