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Coffee + Crumbs Podcast

Katie Blackburn, Jill Atogwe, Ashlee Gadd

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The Coffee + Crumbs Podcast is your companion for kitchen cleanups, stroller walks, or the daily carpool hustle. Join hosts Ashlee Gadd, Katie Blackburn, and Jill Atogwe as they chat about the beautiful, holy work of motherhood. We hope you leave this show feeling safe, known, encouraged and loved.
 
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We’re honored to have Shekea Moreno on the show today, shining some light on the holy work of praying for our kids. We chat about why prayer is so important in the first place, some ideas for what to pray about (besides the one we all know a little too well: our kids’ obedience 😉), and maybe most importantly, the reminder that prayer is what tether…
 
From less-than-perfect dental hygiene to hoarding half a dozen beverages on the nightstand, today we’re dishing about the little quirks that make us who we are, inspired by the “I Can’t Be The Only One” chapter of Amy Krause Rosenthal’s Textbook. Join us for a number of (mostly shallow but occasionally deep) confessions, including but not limited t…
 
Life can be, well, a lot. We all know we need to take care of ourselves, but sometimes we get stuck in toxic rhythms, and need a little help from our friends to turn things around. From practical habits to lessons we’ve learned the hard way—today we’re having an honest conversation about the importance of nurturing our physical, mental, emotional, …
 
After a winter hiatus, we’re easing back into our show today with a lighthearted conversation about some of our favorite “game changers.” From meal prep and cordless vacuum cleaners, to Costco delivery and professional counseling—today we’re sharing a handful of hacks, products, and strategies that have made a difference in our daily lives. Plus, K…
 
Our guest this week, Kristin Young, knows a thing or two about grief—five years ago, she lost her son Colby to cancer. Miraculously, she knows even more about hope. In this episode, Kristin graciously shares what it’s like to hold sorrow and joy simultaneously, how she’s learned to make grief her friend, and how we often learn things through suffer…
 
Well friends, we are going there—you know, that ugly heart issue no one wants to talk about? On today’s episode, we are doing a deep dive on motherhood and comparison. From body image to kid’s development to whether or not we love motherhood as much as the next mom, we get reeeeal honest (and a little emotional!) about our personal struggles in thi…
 
Is this really happening? Today we are asking the one and only Shauna Niequist (!!!) what she wishes her younger self had known about marriage, friendships, motherhood, and writing. Shauna’s spoken words, just like her written ones, are nothing short of a gift. We hope this conversation inspires you to take a step back from the burden of busyness a…
 
How do we go from worry, overwhelm, and sleepless nights to rest, calm, and indescribable, consistent peace? In today’s episode, we’re talking about boundaries, unpopular decisions, personal convictions, and—most importantly—leaning into what we know we need to do, regardless of what the rest of the world is up to. We hope this conversation encoura…
 
Ruth Chou Simons (!!!) is here today, reminding us growth and goodness can be found even in—especially in—the minutes (or months!) we’re tempted to believe are wasted. Those creative projects you thought went nowhere? Meaningful. Sitting with your toddler or teen talking about mind-numbing topics? Meaningful. No matter what struggle or tough season…
 
For part two of our friendship series, we’re chatting about what’s in our friendship toolboxes. From taking initiative (rather than taking turns) to learning the love languages of our friends, today we’re getting nitty-gritty practical about how to show up for our people. We talk about porch drop-offs, tiny thoughtful gestures, the beauty of accept…
 
Tap tap. Is this thing on? Hey friends, we’re back! Today we’re starting a brand new season with two new hosts (welcome Katie + Jill!), and we couldn’t be more excited to kick things off with a two-part series on friendship. In part one, we’re chatting about hard lessons learned, some confessions and convictions we’ve had along the way, and, most i…
 
Today, I'm giving you a book review / summary of What Happened to You?, a book by Dr. Bruce Perry & Oprah Winfrey. that blew my mind and helped me understand the neuroscience of trauma and suffering. Sounds dark, I know! But understanding these topics are my route to find healing, for myself and the people I love. LINKS mentioned during this episod…
 
Welcome to episode 40 of the Kin podcast. On this episode, I discuss why I stopped drinking in September 2020. Truth be told, this is an episode about intentions and motivations disguised as an episode about alcohol. LINKS to support in case you are struggling with alcohol or substance abuse: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism SAMHS…
 
Welcome to episode 39 of the Kin podcast, all on capital s Suffering. QUOTES mentioned during this episode: “To draw an analogy: a man's suffering is similar to the behavior of a gas. If a certain quantity of gas is pumped into an empty chamber, it will fill the chamber completely and evenly, no matter how big the chamber. Thus suffering completely…
 
Welcome to episode 38 of the Kin podcast, all on self-worth. Thanks for tuning in to my rambles on life. I hope you perceive this episode as an invitation, not a criticism. As always, all my love to you. LINKS mentioned during this episode: Previous episode on self-worth SUPPORT the show? I'd so appreciate it if you'd show your support for the show…
 
Welcome to episode 37 of the Kin podcast. Thank you for listening in. :-) LINKS mentioned during this episode: Previous episode on post-weaning depression Previous episode on hyperemisis gravidarum SUPPORT the show? I'd so appreciate it if you'd show your support for the show by sharing this link with someone who might enjoy it on your favorite soc…
 
WELCOME to episode 36 of the Kin podcast. LINKS mentioned during this episode: Book: Happy Are You Poor on Amazon Previous episode on Centering Prayer Previous episode on hyperemisis gravidarum My Goodreads profile SUPPORT the show? I'd so appreciate it if you'd show your support for the show by sharing this link with someone who might enjoy it on …
 
This is a podcast episode about Glennon Doyle's book Untamed. Read Untamed Learn more about author Glennon Doyle A huge thank you to Antonella Saravia for being on the show! Want to hear more from Antonella? You can find her at the following links: @tsaravia on Instagram Personal blog QUOTES mentioned during this episode: “How monotonously alike al…
 
A huge thank you to Ashlee Gadd for being on the show! Want to hear more from Ashley? You can find her at the following links: @ashleegadd on Instagram Coffee + Crumbs Personal blog C+C Book: The Magic of Motherhood LINKS mentioned during this episode: Harry Styles album Fine Line Taylor Swift album Lover Newsfeed Eradicator for Chrome and Firefox …
 
Thanks for tuning in to episode 33! Over six months since my last episode, I'm going to catch you up on what's been going on in my corner ... but more importantly, I'll tell you how I'm "turning on the light" during this COVID-19 darkness we have all been plunged into. LINKS mentioned during this episode: Episode about gratitude Episode about post-…
 
We thought it would be fun to end season four by revisiting some of our most loved episodes. Today is Ashlee’s favorite, where we unpack why motherhood feels so isolating sometimes. Don't miss the episode’s new intro and wrap up, with Indiana, April, and Ashlee's final chat together! Whether you’re new to motherhood altogether or a veteran mom who …
 
We thought it would be fun to wrap up season four by revisiting some of our most loved episodes. Don't miss these - each episode has a brand new intro and wrap up with Indiana, April, and Ashlee! Today is April’s favorite, where we flip the script on our ‘This Is How We Do’ episodes by sharing what we DON’T do. From outsourcing grocery shopping to …
 
Thanks for tuning in to episode 32! You might be thinking, "A Thanksgiving episode the week after the Thanksgiving holiday?" That's right, and there's good reason for it, too. Episode 32 is all about gratefulness: allowing it to spill over into the other 364 days of the year and also opening ourselves up to being thankful for the "bad" stuff in our…
 
We're wrapping up season four by revisiting some of our most loved episodes. Don't miss these - each episode has a brand new intro and wrap up, with Indiana, April, and Ashlee! Today is Indiana’s favorite, where we talk about some of the hardest seasons in life that we've walked through. From miscarriage and postpartum depression to infidelity and …
 
As mothers, we've received plenty of advice—solicited and unsolicited—over the years. Today we wanted to close out the season by sharing the tips, tricks, and reminders we've received that make motherhood (and life!) a little bit easier. From permission to slow down to how to help our kids deal with big emotions, this season finale is centered arou…
 
Thanks for tuning in to episode 31! I'm a bit behind on episodes because of a pesky cold, but I'll be up-to-date in a few days. For now, here's today's episode... Links mentioned during this episode: Photo of Juan José with the blue sunglasses Everyday Salt project I created with two of my best friends Article on NYTimes: At Goldman, He’s David Sol…
 
Today, we're recapping our favorite things and moments from 2019. Our conversation runs the gamut from the trends we tried and loved to the new habits we've instilled and want to keep as we roll into a new decade (!). We hope our roundup of recipes, podcasts, little luxuries, life hacks, and more inspires you to spend some time reflecting on the go…
 
Today, we’re diving into the dynamics of in-law relationships. We openly acknowledge our good fortune in having involved, loving in-laws, but there’s always some adjusting that comes with marrying into a family. We talk about balancing the way we honor traditions and ties to our families of origin while still building our own family habits and way …
 
In this week's episode, we're talking about priorities: the ones we have, the ones we think we should have, and the ones we'd like to reorder, if we're being honest. We push back a little against the myth of balance and having it all, choosing instead to view life through the lens of seasons—where sometimes we have the capacity for "full steam ahea…
 
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