Here is the top 5 stand up comedians for the Mammies.
These women have performed while 7 months pregnant, while in Spanx or just after breastfeeding their newborns. Finally, comedy made that Mothers and Moms-to-be can relate too.
Christina Pazsitzky – Mother Inferior
She’s honest. She’s caring. She’s over it.
“It’s crazy when you think about how much it takes to make every one of you,” Pazsitzky says. “And I gotta say – most of you? Not worth it. Genetically speaking, [there are] millions of Snookis. One Beyoncé.” Pazsitzky leaves no stone unturned, discussing the episiotomy she received while giving birth and the stark difference between “boobies” and “mom tits”.
Ali Wong – Baby Cobra
She’s fierce, filthy and very pregnant. “I don’t know if you can tell but I am seven and a half months pregnant,”
Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley – #IMomSoHard
This web series involves comedians Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley turned on the camera and sit in one of their kids playroom and talk.
‘Dice’ star Natasha Leggero is expecting her first child and theorizes that 2017 is the most difficult time to maintain sobriety. “Yeah, I’ve had really bad cravings for drugs,” a pregnant Leggero told Stephen Colbert on the Late Show. “This is not a good time to be sober.”
Jessi Klein doesn’t have a stand-up show or web series you can watch coming anytime soon but she does have a book. Titled You’ll Grow Out of It. is made up of personal essays made up of everything from breakups to pregnancy to aging. She told the story of winning an Emmy for Inside Amy Schumer after having her baby.
“My baby was only three months old. And, you know, having a baby is really hard on a marriage … and I just suddenly felt very much like, oh, I won this Emmy, and tomorrow I’m getting on a plane and I’m going right back into my own little struggles. And nothing is really different,” Klein told Gross. “Like, this was great but now it is over. And I just have to be back in my sort of currently overweight, milk-laden body and waking up at two in the morning and four in the morning. And it’s hard. And the Emmy is amazing, but all of this will continue.”