Parenthood Podcasts

Great audio advice and information for parents at all stages of their childs development.

Second-Listen Saturday: Their Own Two Feet Kids will never learn how to survive failure if we don't let them fail, sure, we know that, absolutely, and yet, who wants to stand back and let your kid fail? We're finding the not intervening thing to be easier said than done, but on occasion we do manage to foster a little independence and admire the power of shame. Parenting Roundabout
167: Is One Screentime Better Than Another & How to Increase Attention-Span One mom of a young toddler asks when you do need to do a little screentime is one kind better than another? In a second question she asks about what a parent can do to help a child increase attention span? Erin gives some new information on easy and fun ways to increase attention span through play! Parenting Beyond Discipline
Babytalk: Caring for Babies in an Emergency The bushfires have impacted many families, directly threatening homes but also from the smoke haze that has blanketed much of the eastern coast of Australia. This week on babytalk advice to deal with both the stress of the fires and the impact of smoke. ABC Babytalk
Best of CES, part 2 - with Techlicious! - Episode 210 We're back with Suzanne Kantra of Techlicious to discuss our highlights from CES!You can go to the Parenting Bytes website for all of the links we talk about, plus an interactive transcript of the entire episode.Subscribe!Have you subscribed to Parenting Bytes on Apple Podcasts? Parenting Bytes
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Well I'm Irritated Now Lynette opens this week’s second episode of For Crying Out Loud continuing her story from Tuesday’s episode about her trip to the hospital for Fibroids. This leads to how the kids have been helping her out, as well watching Quentin Tarantino movies with Sonny. For Crying Out Loud
Roundabout Roundup: Images of Canada, Wisconsin Life, On this week’s Roundabout Roundup, Nicole loves the beautiful pictures of her home country at Images of Canada on Instagram. Catherine is shouting out Wisconsin Public Television's shout-out to her daughter's skating team. And Terri finally found a good vitamin source at Parenting Roundabout
Ep. 337: It's Your Fault I'm Upset! Plus, Love Poems with John Kenney Biz and Theresa talk about a thing that keeps happening where our six-year-olds are going along, having The Best Day Ever, and then suddenly something switches and they decide their day is ruined and it is all Mama's fault. One Bad Mother
Ditch Busy: Finding a Happier Balance with Kelly Pietrangeli With your support we can continue the production of the podcast uninterruptedly. You can choose a level of support on by becoming a patron. One time donations are also deeply appreciated. Give from the heart now. Authentic Parenting
Raising Boys to be Godly Young Men, Part 7 Dads have a tendency to back off when a mom is super strong, especially when dealing with their sons. John and Danny discuss why Dad sometimes gets jealous of mom and son's relationship and warn against retreating because of it. Featuring Dr. Meg Meeker Find us online at or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Focus on Parenting
Daily Leaps of Faith Sending our kids out into the big wide world everyday is tough, especially when we know all the little things they don't quite know or aren't quite good at. So how do we do it? We'll meet you in the surveillance van. Bring some snacks. Parenting Roundabout
Parenting: My Husband Is A Very Harsh On The Kids Joanna Fortune joins Sean to help with listeners parenting dilemmas. Parenting
Is Your Baby or Toddler Going to School for the First Time? Elana Afrika-Bredenkamp - The first day of school is not just hard for our little ones, but emotionally draining for Us as Parents too. But how do we choose the right school for our babies and toddlers? What if we don't get along with the teacher? And what if you simply can’t hand them over into the care of a capable stranger. Baby Brunch - The Parenting Series
Unhelpful Helping To quote Free to Be You and Me, "Some kind of help is the kind of help we all can do without." Specifically, when we ask for help, we would like to be relieved of the mental burden of whatever it is you're helping us with. Please! Parenting Roundabout
No Bad Kids: Questions About Tantrums, Mealtimes, and Cleaning Up After reading Janet's book "No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame," a parent has some practical follow-up questions about his daughter's behaviors; specifically in regard to tantrums, mealtime boundaries, and cooperation in cleaning up her messes. Respectful Parenting
Parenting Bytes' Best of CES, Part 1 - Episode 209 There is always so much to see at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but Andrea and Amy have each picked out five of their favorites for this episode. Then, they're joined by David Puckett of Comcast, to talk about some exciting new features available soon to all Comcast Xfinity customers in a sponsored interview. Parenting Bytes
Wounds & Triggers - Podcast #528 Cathy and Todd discuss childhood wounding and why it leads to triggers in adulthood. They discuss how healthy parts of the self can soothe the wounded parts, and why being triggered is like a replaying an old, painful event or message. Zen Parenting Radio
You Weren't Feeling Well For Crying Out Loud! For this week’s first episode of For Crying Out Loud, Lynette recaps all the details surrounding the health crisis that landed her in the hospital recently. And please support our sponsors:, enter FCOL,, Download Best Fiends in the Apple App Store or Google Play, and Hello enter FCOL. For Crying Out Loud
Raising Boys to be Godly Young Men, Part 6 Mom trains her little boy to say please and thank you but John and Danny explore why it's important to let the son speak for himself as he gets older. Featuring Dr. Meg Meeker Find us online at or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Focus on Parenting
What We're Watching: Good Place "You've Changed, Man" and West Wing "The Last Hurrah" On our entertainment-themed Round 2 this week, The Good Place is back with "You've Changed, Man," which ends with yet another plan for the afterlife, as well as a jar full of marbleized Janets. Parenting Roundabout
PSP 149: How to Help Kids who Worry About Their Health with Dr. Josh Spitalnick Health and anxiety have an intimate relationship. They love to hang out together. They love to work together. Anxiety can make you feel sick. Sickness can make you feel anxious. It can be a vicious duo that can wreak havoc in your child’s life. AT Parenting Survival Podcast
Barbara Coloroso: Bullying: How to make it stop Barbara Coloroso delves deep into issues with bullying as overuse of the term contributes to educators and parents failing to discern the difference between conflict and what constitutes bullying. Conflict is natural, normal and necessary however bullying moves to a conscious, willful intent to harm and inflict pain upon another person. Real Life Parenting, a Parenting Power Podcast
Beyond Piggy Banks and Lemonade Stands Liz Frazier, author of Beyond Piggy Banks and Lemonade Stands. Topic: How to teach young kids about finance. Issues: The “right” to talk with kids about money; teaching about money in an increasingly cashless society; allowances; what is money, how do we get it, and what do we do with it? Positive Parenting - Mr. Dad
Listener Question: Boy, Girls, and Pornography Michael and Tim look at the effects of pornography on a boy’s brain and the legal issues surrounding online porn when it comes to our boys and girls. Wonder of Parenting
The Self-Care Struggle We've all heard the buzzword, and we all know it's good for us. That doesn't make it any easier to make time for self-care - especially when our culture is all about toughing things out. Parenting Roundabout
Speed Round Sunday: Your Most Recent Sick Day Being sick is no fun, but sometimes, we wish for the ability to just put school or work on hold for 24 hours and take good care of ourselves. Sick days are few and far between for freelancers, alas, and even sparser for parents. Do you get a sick day sometimes? Parenting Roundabout
562 - 5 Popular Parenting Trends for 2020 The world our children live in is always evolving. That means that we parents have to evolve, too. Here are five parenting trends to get you on your way. The Mighty Mommy's Quick and Dirty Tips for Practical Parent
Second-Listen Saturday: Story of Our Lives Watching the NBC drama This Is Us got us thinking profound thoughts about the way our childhoods have formed the people we are now… and shallow thoughts about whether our own families would make for good TV shows. We take up that latter point today, and also contemplate how we'd make best use of the power to flashback. Parenting Roundabout
Babytalk: Beci Orpin Meet artist Beci Orpin who joins us with some simple ideas to change the world for the better. ABC Babytalk
TPP 191: A Conversation with Author and PDA Emmisary Harry Thompson Harry Thompson, a PDA emmisary and author of The Paradigm Paradox, talks about his personal journey on the autism spectrum with a PDA profile, and addresses some listener questions about PDA. For more info, visit: TiLT Parenting
Jon Taylor Returns! Stefanie opens this week’s second episode of For Crying Out Loud introduing surprise guest co-host, her husband Jon Taylor! Stefanie starts by asking Jon about his feeling toward her having a podcast where she shares all the details of their life on air. For Crying Out Loud
Roundabout Roundup: Uggs Insoles, GPS Dog Cat Tracker, Left Right Center Game On this week’s Roundabout Roundup, Catherine's feet are cozy thanks to Uggs insoles, Nicole's following her felines with a GPS pet tracker, and Terri discovered the dice game Left Right Center during her family's stay at the Villa Roma resort in the Catskills. Parenting Roundabout
Ep. 336: Stuck on Bandages Biz and Theresa take turns RIPPING the bandage of trust off our children. Plus, Biz believes there are two types of people in the world and Theresa has frozee toezees! Check out Theresa’s new book! It Feels Good To Be Yourself is available now wherever books are sold. One Bad Mother
Episode 52 - Guilt free parenting Mum guilt is a real thing. Parenthood is a difficult journey; sometimes you wonder if you’re doing any of it right. After all, having children turns your life completely upside-down, and it’s almost as if you suddenly can’t escape the chaos. The PakMag Parents Podcast
Tips For Air Travel With Kids This episode we talk with dad and American Airlines flight attendant Kevin Hickey about traveling with kids. He gives us many tips and tricks we can use when we fly with our little ones. All of this and our favorite segment "Things We Can't Wait to See Through Our Children's Eyes". The Dad Experience
Where Are They Now: Updates From Past Coaching Guests-PART 2 I’m circling back with past on air coaching participants to find out where are they now and how are they doing? Was the coaching session helpful? Did they apply any of the insights, tools and strategies that we discussed during our call into their life and parenting? Authentic Parenting
Helping Your Kids Navigate Life's Challenges, Part 2 John and Danny explain how to teach our kids about sexuality properly to help keep them from terrible repercussions like getting hooked on pornography later on. Featuring Josh McDowell Find us online at or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Focus on Parenting
Haunted by High School Not only are we obsessed with embarrassing things that happened to us in high school, we're obsessed with trying to protect our kids from having the same obsession. Parenting Roundabout
Parenting: I Think My 6 Year Old Hates Me Joanna Fortune joins Sean to help listeners with their parenting dilemmas. Parenting
Technical Difficulties New phone frustration has us wondering if we're too old to be technically savvy, or if it's technology that needs to do a better job meeting our needs. Parenting Roundabout
The Securely Attached Child and How to Handle Disrespectful Behavior Tina Payne Bryson joins Janet to discuss what children need most from the adults in their lives to feel securely attached, self-confident, and happy. Respectful Parenting
Episode 168: Jane Garvey and Fi Glover - Fortunately Special We are honoured to have two absolute legends as our guests for this episode - Jane Garvey and Fi Glover, off of Radio 4! They tell us about their award-winning podcast, Fortunately. We get some advice on raising teenagers, including how honest we should be with kids about our own teenage years, and how to handle them going off to university. Scummy Mummies
Relationship Resolutions - Podcast #527 Todd and Cathy discuss "relationship resolutions" for 2020, and why practice and self-compassion are essential when starting a new year. Zen Parenting Radio
Tell Me Everything Robyn Stefanie opens this week’s first episode of For Crying Out Loud introducing today’s surprise co-host and super fan of the show Robyn Wisinski after Lynette came down with some health complications over the weekend. Stefanie and Robyn open the show talking about how special date nights can be after being married for such a long time. For Crying Out Loud
Helping Your Kids Navigate Life's Challenges, Part 1 John and Danny explain how to teach our kids about sexuality properly to help keep them from terrible repercussions like getting hooked on pornography later on. Featuring Josh McDowell Find us online at or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Focus on Parenting
What We're Watching: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and West Wing "Transition" On this week's entertainment-themed Round 2, Catherine saw Star Wars: The Newest One and shares her thoughts. Then, she and Terri discuss West Wing's "Transition." We're nearing the end of the series, but these last eps are a joy to watch. Next week, it's "The Last Hurrah" on West Wing, and hurrah! Parenting Roundabout
PSP 148: A Mother Talks About Celebrating the Small Wins with her Anxious Kids Living with anxious kids requires a different kind of parenting. Sometimes it can feel exhausting. Sometimes it can feel frustrating. And sometimes it can feel inspiring and hopeful. It can be quite the roller-coaster ride. AT Parenting Survival Podcast
Navigating the Journey from Conception Through Birth-and Beyond Leslie Schrock, author of Bumpin’. Topic: Navigating the journey from conception through birth—and beyond. Positive Parenting - Mr. Dad
Listener Question: Raising Boys in a Gay Household. Listener Question: Raising Boys in a Gay Household. Two dads are looking to adopt sons and have questions about how raising their sons in a Gay Household. Wonder of Parenting
50 Ways to Celebrate a Birthday 2020 is going to be a big year for both Catherine and Nicole: They'll both be celebrating their 50th birthday. One thing we know for sure: They're not having a wedding dress party for the big 5-0 fete. Parenting Roundabout