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.