Biz and Theresa try to figure out how our childhood memories and images of moms fit -- or don't -- with how we see ourselves now that we're moms. There's a good chance we're over-thinking it. Plus, Biz discovers that the kindergarten playground may be one step away from a prison yard and Theresa makes parenting look easy. We speak with Deborah Feingold who has photographed everyone from Bono to Clinton, about her new book Music, a collection of her most iconic images, and she lays some serious mom-insight bombs on us that may be the answers to all our over-thinking.Episode 70: Mom in the Mirror
How is the way you see yourself now different from the way you saw parents (or adults, if you're not a parent) when you were a child?
Have your kids ever eaten rocks? Any other fun discoveries can we look forward to in Kindergarten?
What about "making parenting look easy" -- is that the greatest compliment ever or a terrible way of perpetuating the idea of supermoms?