The American Mothers: Mom to Mom Podcast provides a wonderful opportunity for mothers of all ages to engage in conversations on a variety of topics. The goal is to answer questions from our listeners and find mothers or others who can provide good and useful information.
Our podcasts are weekly 30-minute programs that lift, educate, encourage, and support mothers in their various responsibilities as they shape the rising generation.
We want to hear from mothers across the country. What questions to you have that might help you in your mothering? or in your life? Send your questions, thoughts, comments, and stories to email@example.com.
We also need you to share stories about your Mothering Moments. Please send us a less than 90-second video to firstname.lastname@example.org of you telling about a
Mothering Mishap – a time when things didn’t go so well but now you can laugh about it
Mothering Memory – a time when you feel happy when you think about
Mothering Hack – a bit of advice that has helped you through your journey of motherhood that can help others
Tamara K. Anderson loves being a wife and mother. She and her husband Justin have four children who are blessed and challenged by autism, ADHD, mental health challenges, and all bring her great joy. Tamara is a speaker, award-winning author, podcaster, and musician whose main focus is to inspire hope in Christ. She loves reading, kitchen gadgets, power tools, gardening, zip-lining and hiking. Tamara received her BS degree in therapeutic recreation and is a flexible creator. She founded two regional choirs and an annual interfaith music event. Totaling 14+ moves in 6 states and 2 countries throughout her life, she now lives in Utah with her husband and family. She is the author of Normal for Me, A Broken-Down Holiday, and her award-winning booklet, The Mother’s Mite. Tamara hosts the podcast, Stories of Hope in Hard Times, which is in the top 5% of podcasts worldwide.
Deanne Taylor has been a member of American Mothers since 1976 when she first became involved with the chapter education program. Since that time she has served on American Mothers State boards in both Arizona and Utah. She was recognized in 1985 as the Arizona Young Mother. She has been a member of the National Board in various capacities for the past 35 years and currently serves as National Bylaws Chair. She was National President from 2009-2011, and in 2018 was recognized by American Mothers, Inc. with the Lifetime Achievement Award for her decades of service to American Mothers and mothers and families throughout the nation. Deanne is an author. She and her husband of 55 years are real estate investment specialists. They have 8 children, 19 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and have lived in Pleasant Grove, Utah for 29 years.