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Life Under The Laundry Pile

By Heather B and Copper Y

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This is the story of two friends. We haven’t known each other long, but we have a lot to talk about. So we started a podcast, a show about everything and nothing. And we are inviting you along for the ride. Join us as we talk about our daily observations as parents, as women, as adults (with sometimes a little immaturity thrown in). So turn up the volume and listen as we air it all out, one conversation at a time.

Customer Reviews

Good Moms Who Are A Little Bad

If you want to hear all about parenting in this modern age without the BS, hosts Copper & Heather will be all too happy to break it down for you. Conversations are often peppered with a healthy dose of humor and booze as they navigate their way through the struggles and successes of parenthood. The show features a fun topic for them to breakdown each week. If you're a momma on the edge, this show will talk you back down. Subscribe and go listen now!!

I love these women

I started listening a week ago, and am almost up to date. You two are hilarious, relatable, and so much more. Keep up the fun. I love how it feels like they are friends.

Funny and relatable show!

I found myself wanting to chime in the conversation and I love the new graphic!

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