About MomCave | Who, Why, and What is MomCave?
Have you ever wanted a mom friend that really got you? Someone who didn’t judge that your kids ate hot dogs for two meals in a row or that you always wear yoga pants but never do yoga? Someone you never had to clean up for before a play date and who would hold your baby long enough for you to take a crap?
Meet Jen and Dina, the mamas behind MomCave! They, along with some very funny and creative friends, produce comedic videos for moms and host a thriving online community, including weekly live interactive videos on Facebook.
With the proliferation of mommy blogs and Pinterest-fever, moms can often feel that they’re coming up short. Being a mom is hard. We use comedy to deal with the struggles and celebrate the victories.
Our Video Series Include:
Slummy Mummy -“We thought we could have it all. Now we just want to poop alone.”
Slacker Mom– “Too tired to Care.”
Double Leche-“Awkward & Funny Moments in Breastfeeding”
MomCave LIVE-“It’s like Wayne’s World for Moms!” –Brooklyn Mama
blabbermom– Real moms. Real stories. Real laughs.
Our shows have been featured in (and won!) festivals like the Independent TV & Film Fest, LA Femme Film Festival, First Glance Philadelphia, Miami Web Fest, Trenton Film Fest, NexTV Web Series competition, Urban MediaMakers Film Fest, and Chain NYC Film Fest. Our weekly live show, MomCave LIVE, was nominated for an IAWTV (International Academy of Web TV) Award for Best Live Series twice. Slacker Mom was nominated for Best Hosted Series.
We were honored to have been selected for YouTube’s Women in Comedy Program, sponsored by Whohaha. We created a late-night show for moms version of MomCave. Check it out.
As Seen On…
MomCave Founder Jennifer Weedon Palazzo’s writing has been featured on:
Sammiches and Psych Meds
Toni Hammer, Is it Bedtime Yet?
Lady & The Blog
Martinis & Minivans
Mom It Forward
Twin Mummy & Daddy
ParentSavers/New Mommy Media
Digital Chick TV
The Green Room Blog
MomCave’s Back Story
MomCave began when four moms and a dad noticed a lack of authentic programming for parents. Babies on TV shows sit silently. Moms on YouTube networks look like they stepped out of Real Housewives. And don’t even get us started on Pinterest Moms! We wanted to create shows about something we could really relate to–and that is the difficult and humorous moments of parenting. Because, in our opinion, those moms that seem to have it all together must be lying.
Contact us at: [email protected] or using the form below.