The experts -- doctors, scientists, and mom bloggers -- are divided: Is "mom-brain" a thing? Do the impact of pregnancy and the associated hormonal changes continue to affect a mother's brain when her child is in middle school? Or could it simply be that juggling a whole family's needs, wants, schedules and health can be tough, especially on only a few hours of sleep a night?
As adults, it's all about having serious conversations, worrying about the future, talking about things we need to accomplish. When was the last time you really laughed out loud for real? When was the last time you had a moment like Candace, and you put on a mask and just allowed yourself to laugh and have fun?
This week we take a look at comedy: who tells the jokes, who writes the shows, how to use comedy to fix problems like the pothole on your street, and activists trying to take racial caricatures out of comedy. We hear from Cris Abrego, the creator of one of the largest reality TV empires in the country on the rise of reality TV and what makes watching it funny. And we talk with comedians of color about trying to make it in stand-up comedy clubs, a realm ruled mostly by white men.