Kodette reveals what happens in the LaBarbera-mobile during long road trips and what music on her phone she can't live without (you won't believe the artists)!
Rhianna Weaver and Martine Forget explain what it means for them to be a mother, the hardships of giving birth while your husband is on the road, and a must hear story from Martine in this ATHW exclusive!
Tiffany opens up about how the Parros family celebrate the holidays, and reveals the one drink that makes George's mom "drop it like it's hot."
ET Canada Exclusive: Parros Family Traditions
Keshia Chanté opens up about how she overcame bouts of depression by connecting with other teammate's wives.
Check out The LaBarbera Family Featured in The Hockey News: With a special needs child to raise, a nomadic hockey life has been tough on Jason Labarbera and his family
In this Hockey Wives Web Exclusive, Angela Price sits down with her college roommate to discuss the process of getting pregnant, how Carey reacted, and what would happen if the baby was born during playoffs.
Angela Price talked with This Mom blogger about her pregnancy, her hockey husband Carey Price, life in the Twittersphere and everything in between. Check out the full interview below:
"At home, we're just the same as any other couple. We're not talking about hockey, not talking about the Habs, just normal everyday things."
In this fun Hockey Wives Web Exclusive, Maripier and Brandon visit London Ontario to pick out jewellery for Brandon's niece's christening gift.
Find out what life is like at home for the Hockey Wives and their husbands when the cameras aren't rolling. How do they divide up the work at home? Who is really the boss? And find out which couple has a shared weakness for ketchup chips...
In honour of Autism Awareness Month, The Yummy Mummy Club spoke to Kodette LaBarbera about the challenges she faces as a parent of an autistic child, and getting involved in Hockey Wives to help spread autism awareness.
The LaBarberas made the choice to live apart to help their son with autism get the best possible care. Check out the great article Kodette wrote about her journey since Ryder's diagnosis in Today's Parent. Happy #WorldAutismAwarenessDay!
Last January, I went to work like every other weekday. Ben was leaving later that morning on a mid-western road trip, so I said good bye and left around 6am to beat the LA traffic. For those of you who haven’t been to LA before, you can’t mention driving with complaining about the traffic. It’s almost a bragging right to see who has the longest commute to work. (And for the record, I had the longest commute at our office)