Former BFL QB and current Dallas Cowboys broadcaster Babe Laufenberg joins the show talking about his extensive career both on and off the field. Plus, Babe opens up about the heart-wrenching tragedy of losing a son to cancer.
Kori Green has built her own jewelry business while also being a mom and a wife. Oh, and did we mention, she's married to musician Pat Green which comes with its own set of challenges? The Moms talk about it all on this episode.
It's Mom Game 2.0. A new logo means a fresh start and a reason to party! Plus the triumphant return of Sports Skorts, and the Moms first foray into sports betting.
Not gonna lie - this one goes off the rails pretty fast. But not because of this episode's guest: Gar Ryness aka Batting Stance Guy who was nothing but professional during his segment... mostly.
"The Snake" joins The Moms talking about his start at The Ticket in Dallas, his diehard devotion to OU despite being a TCU grad and his shock over the recent death of a Rock and Roll icon.
Lynette Kyle is a certified life coach, and she knows a thing or two about helping working moms. Some valuable insights in this week's episode.
Legendary Texas Country artist Pat Green joins the Moms talking about his early career, his connections with the Texas Rangers and even a little singing that you won't want to miss!
It's another "Mom Game After Dark" with Emily live from Florida and Julie live from... her back yard! This episode deals with how to talk to your kids when their favorite baseball player gets traded. Plus, a surprise birthday celebration.
Business owner, "baseball wife" and now, new mom. To say Jacquelyn Dahl has A LOT going on would be an understatement. How does she balance it all? She talk to Emily and Julie about that in this episode.
Julie has a major announcement in this week's episode that will send shockwaves throughout local radio and podcasting! Plus, both Moms area back from a much-needed vacation, and Emily learns the joys of Camp.
Dallas radio personality Michelle Rodriguez joins the show talking about life on the radio, all the "cool" spots in Dallas and balancing her professional and personal life.
It's summer time and that means camps and trips. Emily and Julie enjoy a glass of wine and talk about their plans. Plus, shake ups in the Mavs front office AND (possibly) the Rangers roster? Tune in for all the fun.
Former Dallas Stars goaltender Marty Turco joins the moms talking about how the lessons he learned on the ice have helped him in his post-hockey ventures.
Foodie, mom and best-selling author Alex Snodgrass is the woman behind The Defined Dish. She joins the Moms talking about making healthy choices for her and her family. They also put together the ultimate charcuterie board.
The Texas Pledge, eyebrows, flying with kids, makeup on air, power grids... oh, and kids swim lessons. It's all here, and it's all glorious.
Drew Robinson spent most of his life chasing a dream: to play Major League baseball. He realized that dream, but there was still a lot missing in his life. He got to such a dark place, he attempted suicide. Thankfully, he survived, and now his story is shedding light on the mental struggle many professional athletes face. The Moms hear his story in this episode.
The Mavs are back in the playoffs, the Rangers are in full swing, and the stands are full of fans again to witness it all! And that just makes Emily and Julie so happy. Plus, when is a good time to hit someone up for tickets, and get ready for The Mom Game TikTok dance challenge.
The Moms are doing their show from home, and they've invited some friends along for the fun. The Great Donovan Lewis, Mike Sirois and Cash Sirois join Emily and Julie for a game of "Never Have I Ever" which leads to some interesting conversations: streaking, jail time, dreams and embarrassing work stories. You don't want to miss this one.
Apparently, we've lost the ability to let people live the way they want to live. Instead, there are those who insist you live or play the "right" way - whatever that means. Plus, celebrity sex talk goes in a whole new and disturbing direction!
Texas Rangers legend Ian Kinsler joins the show talking about his playing days, being a "sports dad" and how he helped Emily become "one of the guys" in the clubhouse.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the Moms and their new sponsor Yo Quiero. Plus, Emily is back on the field, Julie is recovering from surgery and both have a particular way they want to celebrate Mother's Day.
The Moms have a lot on their mind these days - so it's time to #ClearYourCraw. Anything and everything that has been eating away at them for the past few weeks gets addressed in this week's episode.
Julie has a major procedure coming up that her "other" job just doesn't want to talk about. So, naturally, she can come to her "safe space" to talk about it. Plus, Rick Walton from Cutting Edge Cryo joins the show to chat about how he's helped the Moms.
The Texas Rangers and Houston Astros may be bitter rivals on the diamond, but their team reporters are actually good friends in real life. Julia Morales joins the fun to talk traveling on the road, being a new mom and establishing and maintaining trust among the players she covers on a daily basis.
It's the Mom Game's first birthday! Well, actually, it was a few weeks ago, but hey, we're celebrating now! The Moms preview the 2021 Texas Rangers season, berate refs at youth games who are way too power hungry and give numerous shout-outs to everyone who made the past year possible.
The Ticket's own George Dunham stops by to chat about the early days of the iconic Dallas sports talk station, the decision to share his family life on the air and the revelation of a new Mom Game motto!
Bedtimes are stressful enough, but Emily's family has taken it to a whole new level lately. Plus, are you a slave to your Apple Watch? And with spring come Break and Cleaning.
NHL Hall of Famer and Dallas Stars legend Mike Modano joins the show to talk life after hockey, starting a family and raising 5 (!) kids and being a sports dad. Plus, Emily asks Mike for forgiveness for one of the more embarrassing moments of her early career.
It seems like every day, there is another firestorm on social media. Emily and Julie share how they navigate the tricker situations - even when they are in the middle of them.
The Moms' moms are on the show spilling al the tea! There's tears, there's laughter, there's... singing. This episode has it all.
The official Spiritual Advisor to The Mom Game - Rev. Lance Marshall of the Ft. Work First United Methodist Church - returns to the show to talk about living during COVID, parenting fails and dealing with grief. You know, lighthearted conversation.
The Moms give their Super Bowl picks - you can probably guess Emily's choice, right? Plus, both tell the story of how they met their husbands. Fun stories you won't want to miss.
This episode has it all: hangover talk, hockey and baseball talk, COVID vaccine talk... All of that, and the Moms still have time to play a little matchmaker with a fan of the show.
Amy McCready from Positive Parenting Solutions joins the Moms to give some much-needed parenting advice. No matter the age of your kids, there are a lot of amazing tips and discussions in this week's episode.
Jake Kemp from 1310 The Ticket in Dallas joins the Moms to talk about accepting Julie into the boys club at the station, parenting a 2 year old and taking pride in some of his "best" OCD moments.
First show of 2021 and the moms are talking about all the New Year's resolutions they've made.... or not. Plus, NFL Wildcard Weekend picks, the NHL season is right around the corner and the inevitability of Dirk and Luka both being on the show.
It's a very Covid Christmas episode as the dreaded virus hits close to home in the Dobbs household. Plus, hockey is making plans for the 2021 season - but it's going to be very different. And the Moms bid a fond farewell to 2020.
A beloved pet of the Dobb's household recently died, so Julie has to navigate those conversations with her kids. Meanwhile, both moms are trying to figure out the best way to talk about... you know... with their kids. So, they've called in an expert. Megan Michelson from Birds and Bees joins the show with some tips on how to have "the talk" with your kids.
Sean Lowe is one of the few "success stories" to come out of the Bachelor/Bachelorette reality show. He and his wife Catherine are still married and have three kids! So, what was his secret, and what "dad tips"" does he have for fathers? Watch and find out.
The year's Christmas season feels a lot different, but the Moms are making the best of it. Plus, what would Emily and Julie do if they were suddenly named the general manager of a professional sports franchise?
ESPN reporter Kris Budden joins the moms to chat about her career path from local news to national TV, her challenges juggling professional and personal life and her best "mom fails" (and a few "dad fails")!
This year's Thanksgiving holiday is a little different with changes in travel plans and family gatherings. But the Moms are making the best of it with what they have. They are even challenging each other to a pie baking contest. No, really. Why are you laughing?
Mike Sirois from Dallas' own The Ticket (and Twitch) joins the moms talking about spending time in a Mexican jail, deciding whether or not to have kids and debating a healthy dose of video games.
It's another Mom Game After Dark as the moms celebrate a "golden episode" - 35 shows. One for every year Julie has been alive! This episode tackles the spike in COVID cases affecting sports, Emily's previous gambling exploits and the art of the "side hustle."
The Cowboys still stink. Covid is still an issue. And the kids still ask questions the Moms aren't prepared to answer. But hey, at least Halloween and the election are over, right?
It's hard to talk about local sports when the only team in action stinks as much as the Cowboys do right now. It's even harder when it's your job! Emily and Julie talk about that and the quick return of the NBA and NHL. Plus, Emily calls out her own mom about her Facebook habits.
Dana Larson from Fox Sports Southwest joins the moms for some wine, some cheese and some conversation. They chat about the Mavs run in the bubble and the breakout star that is Luka. Plus, advice they give themselves as a working mom and juggling all their responsibilities.
The Moms are breaking in new studio digs while chatting about the "yips," Halloween nightmares and the best way to handle awkward microphone placement.
The Moms are doing their show from home and in the "Zin Bin" talking about life after the bubble, embarrassing selfies and a rousing game of "Never Have I Ever."
The Moms are joined by Emily's pastor: Rev. Lance Marshall of the First United Methodist Church of Ft. Worth. They talk about surviving cancer, adopting children, finding meaning in life and asking the eternal question: am I doing a good job as a parent? This amazing conversation asks some tough questions and reveals even more.
The Dallas Stars are in the Stanley Cup Finals! Goaltender Ben Bishop joins to Moms to talk life in the bubble and what it would be like to square off against his former team the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Finals.
Emily's feelings about the virus outbreak are vastly different today than they were 7 months ago - and Julie has the video evidence to prove it! Plus, just like everything else, back to school is very different this year. The moms explain how they are coping with this aspect of daily life.
The incomparable Dan McDowell from The Ticket in Dallas joins the moms to talk about being a #girldad and more amazing parenting tips. Plus, you won't believe what Dan does for fun when he's away from the radio! Tune in to find out.
The Stars and Mavericks continue their playoff runs while the Rangers.... well.... yeah. Anyway, Emily and Julie take an online quiz and give a little more insight as to their mom-ing philosophies.
All of the sports are back! And they are all going on at once! Julie and Emily talk about life in the sports bubble. Plus, which holidays are the biggest beat-downs? And how do you handle... you know... *those* conversations with your kids?
Erin Woodward is an ER nurse on the frontlines of Covid. She's also the wife of Texas Rangers manager Chris Woodward. Erin has some tips for parents navigating the pandemic and some insights on what has already been a weird baseball season.
Dallas Stars anthem singer and former American Idol contestant Celena Rae fills in for Emily this week. She and Julie talk about the work-life balance of being a mom in a sports-related job. Plus, Celena reveals her... unique way of eating chips and queso.
Emily is back on your TV as the Rangers season kicks off, and Julie is back on your radio as her furlough from The Ticket is over. They are both here on The Mom Game talking about getting back into the swing of things. Plus, a little OCD talk from the master herself.
Emily is back from her Covid quarantine and in studio with Julie! Hockey and baseball are almost back. Julie is almost back on the radio. And not a moment too soon as the Instagram photo can attest.
Covid comes home as Emily finds herself quarantined after a family member tests positive. She and Julie talking about how they are coping with the little kids. Plus, sports are planning their comebacks in just a matter of weeks. What are the protocols, and how will the games be covered?
Dallas Stars... star Tyler Seguin joins the show along with his girlfriend Kate. They talk about living together during quarantine, the DIY projects they've been doing around the house and their routines for staying fit. Also, baseball is back! Well, Little League baseball anyway. Emily and Julie talk about youth sports starting back up.
Julie and Emily are "live" from My Med Spa in Plano, TX talking about MLB starting back up, Emily's water consumption and Julie's adventures in bathing suit shopping!
With Father's Day approaching, Julie and Emily talk about their own dads growing up and how they see their husbands in the "dad" role.
The Ticket's own Donovan Lewis joins the show to talk about doing a daily, sports-talk show with no... sports. Also, in the wake of the protests across the country, how do people come together and talk to one another?
There is so much going on in the world right now. How do you talk to your kids? Your spouse? Your neighbor? Where do you even start? Emily and Julie try to start their own conversation in this episode.
Did you know that Julie is big in Japan? Like, HUGE? This and 9 other fascinating details about Julie can only be found in this episode.
The incomparable Mike Leach joins the show talking about life in quarantine, coaching football in the age of social media, prank phone calls, being offended and of course, pirates.
Major League Baseball may be a bit closer to coming back, but enough about that. Emily reveals a few things about her that provide a little more insight into her persona.
It's been a trying week (months) for Emily and Julie, but hey, at least there's "some" baseball news. Anything is welcomed at this point!
The Old Grey Wolf joins the show to talk about life after The Ticket and being "out there" on the dating scene!
Suddenly, Julie has a lot more time on her hands, and Emily decides to do an at-home chemical peel. Plus, household chores power rankings. Quarantine is getting CRAZY!
The former Texas Rangers great talks life after baseball, advice for other girl dads and what it would take to get him back in the game.
The former Dallas Stars goaltender joins the show to talk about life after hockey including his new hobbies of smoking meats and woodworking. Plus, Julie and Emily talk about the shows they've been binging and need more!
Emily and Julie invite their husbands to join the show to discuss how the families are adapting to life in quarantine.
We are all spending a lot more time at home these days, and for some of us, that means a lot more time on social media. Emile and Julie talk about how they handle the not-so-nice interactions. Plus, creating a Mom Game social community.
Cautious but not panicked. That's how Julie and Emily are handling the Coronavirus outbreak. Plus handling having everyone at home!
Emily and Julie discuss how they balance their life between their mom duties and their sports career.