A Little Más Podcast
Summary: Life is full of love and guesswork; thankfully, we don't have to do it alone. We're three hermanas (sisters) who share about life, family, and faith. Join our familia as we learn together, cry, and have sometimes loud and crazy conversations.
Communication can be tricky and listening with the intent to understand what others are saying to us is not always easy. Have you ever gotten into an argument with someone and found yourself listening (just enough) to the other person so that you could offer a rebuttal? We have too and if your experience was anything like ours have been, then chances are your conversation didn’t end well. Join us this week as we break down some passive aggressive phrases that are commonly used in the work place and tune in to hear us share some insightful tips that are sure to help you avoid unnecessary conflict.
Valentine's day may be over but we’re still celebrating love by dishing about how we spent our Valentine’s Day and sharing our thoughts about current dating trends in light of a new dating show that we recently began tuning into. Also Evie (a non reality dating show viewer) gives us her take on various dating shows. Join the debate and let us know your thoughts on reality dating shows.
Is there really such a thing as airplane etiquette? Have you ever given or received a really bad gift? Join us this week as we share our thoughts on airplane etiquette and dish about bad gifts we've received and given.
How would you react to being asked by a bride to buy a wedding gift for her wedding? Would you ever interfere if you felt a parent was being too harsh with their child? What would you do if you were in the middle of disciplining your child and were suddenly interrupted by a stranger? We tackle these questions this week, discuss whether these behaviors are socially appropriate, and share our own personal accounts of parental interferences. Trust us, you don’t want to miss this episode!
This week we’re back with more fun and educational insights to commonly misused phrases that you’ll want to be sure to avoid when you’re attempting to put your best foot forward in the work place. Tune in to hear which phrases we’re guilty of misusing and let us know if you’ve ever misused any of these phrases.
Have you ever considered that some of the phrases we use on a regular basis may be odd to people from other countries? This week we break down some of the every day comments (most) Americans say that completely perplex foreigners and discuss the proper reply for “thank you”.
We’re back from hiatus and dishing about what we did during our time away from ALM, our dissatisfaction with having to use (and pay for) multiple digital streaming platforms in order to watch our fave shows, our reaction to Megxit (Harry and Megan stepping down from their royal duties), and discuss the importance of maintaining connection to our extended family by being more intentional about planning (more frequent) family gatherings.
The Christmas season is upon us and we’re bursting at the seams! Join us this week as we share personal memories about past Christmases, compare Christmas wishlists from today to one from 104 years ago, and dish about our New Year’s goals.
This week’s episode is full of fun and informative dialogue. Join us as we discuss things we grew up with that make us seem like fossils compared to today’s youth and listen in to hear us discuss how we deal with introversion & balance our need for alone time while still cultivating meaningful interpersonal relationships.
This week we reminisce about our teenage dating lives and the dating rules we had to comply with to spend some quality time with our beaus. Tune in to hear about what dating looked like in our home, what our beaus had to do to obtain permission to date us, how we met our husbands, and other fun random tidbits.
A lot about our thanksgiving traditions has changed over the years and this week we’re breaking down just how much things have changed from the dishes we share around our table to the activities we partake in. Tune in to hear about the first time we tried some American staple side dishes like stuffing and cranberry sauce. We also discuss the quirky things Mabel’s daughter likes to do with her toys and what age we’d like to return to.
This week we continue our discussion on infertility and infant loss, share personal accounts of dealing with secondary infertility, and offer helpful suggestions for how to offer support for your spouse as you two attempt to navigate through the whirlwind of emotions that so often accompanies infertility & infant loss.
Infertility & infant loss are often issues that are very difficult to discuss because they are often accompanied with feelings of shame and deep pain. If you are experiencing or have experienced any of these issues, we join you in solidarity as we too have walked down this painful road. Join us this week as we answer questions from our familia (listeners) regarding these topics and share how we’ve each experienced and navigated through infertility and infant loss.
This week is all about living life in the real world. We talk about “snowplowing parents” who aren’t prepping their kiddos for adult life and two snap judgments future employers (and people in general) make when they first meet you. Learn with us and be a part of the conversation!
Join us this week as we share stories of growing up without celebrating Halloween, navigating adult/parenthood with new fall traditions and discuss prayer: why we pray even though God is fully in control and how it has been helpful for us.