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The Today's Mama Podcast

Sep 26, 2018

Episode 13: Gabrielle Blair - The Mom Who Broke the Internet About Birth Control

This one will forever change the way you talk to your kids, your spouse, your friends, about birth control and sex.

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​ ​Design Mom's Twitter Thread on Abortion, Birth Control, and Accountability


Show Notes

References, links, and corrections from this episode!

Ratatouille: Watch the scene from the movie and tell us what YOUR "ratatouille" is HERE!

The Twitter thread that started it all.

Article Referenced:

Book: Design Mom - How to Live with Kids: A Room-by-Room Guide

The blog post on that featured Joanna Gaines (this is where they were discovered by HGTV!)

Event: Alt Summit


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Gabrielle Blair Bio

Gabrielle Stanley Blair is a founder and CEO of Alt Summit, the blockbuster annual conference for lifestyle bloggers and creative entrepreneurs, which is currently celebrating is 10th year and 15th sold out event. She is also the creator and publisher of which was named a Website of the Year by Time Magazine, and praised as a top parenting blog by The Wall Street Journal, Parents, and Better Homes & Gardens.

Her book, Design Mom: How to Live with Kids, is a NY Times Bestseller. On her website, Gabrielle covers the intersection of design and parenting, while hosting compelling conversations on difficult topics — from gun control to family size to mental health. Most recently, her honest Twitter thread about abortion went viral, and changed the way millions of people are talking about this divisive issue.


Gabrielle and her husband Ben Blair, live with their six children — Ralph, Maude, Olive, Oscar, Betty & June — in Oakland, California.


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