Moms Who Create

Moms Who Create

Motherhood doesn’t mean we have to stop making art or writing our books. Join me in conversation with incredible mom artists and writers each Monday as we talk about thriving in doing what we love alongside raising the ones we love. I hope to inspire you to live your best artistic mom life!

Recent Episodes

Unique Ways to Create Art With Your Kids

June 27, 2022

These are 5 ideas to get your mind working on a creative goal that works for you and your family. Don’t stay in the box of kids' art going on the fridge and only coming from their crinkled backpack after school. Make art on …

Creating Bilingual Children’s Books with Author Kelle Lima

June 20, 2022

Kelle Lima is an author-illustrator that has worked on the educational field from teaching to creating educational video and board games for children internationally. Coming from Brazil, she also makes sure her native langua…

The Do’s and Don’ts of Self-Publishing with Brittany Ann

June 13, 2022

I’m baaaaaack! And holy cow do I have an episode for you. Buy the Batter Up series - Brittany on Instagram - ht…

Season 2 Introduction

June 6, 2022

Hey, my name is Kelli Heil and I’m here to show you that it’s totally possible to do what you love while raising the ones you love. It took me far too long to figure out how to balance my new role of mom while overcoming mom…

My Husband Interviews Me! Closing Season One

May 23, 2022

It's me, Kelli, on the other side of things getting asked the questions this time. My husband, Andrew, asks me about mom life, art life, my journey and why I started the podcast. I'm taking a small break to revamp season 2, …

Broadway, TV, Voice Acting and the Role of Mom with Amanda Leigh Cobb

May 16, 2022

Amanda is an actor, audiobook narrator, podcast host, and mom. She's performed on Broadway with some of the biggest names in the business and even played BABY in the original Nat'l tour of Dirty Dancing. Today, she's an aw…

Recent Blog Posts

Unique Ways to Make Art With Your Kids

Your children are more than refrigerator artists. So, my daughter is turning 5 this week and, well, I’m wondering how that happened. She was j…