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Life at the Speed of Kids

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Kids & Family
Religion & Spirituality
Christianity
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Life at the Speed of Kids is a safe place for parents to unwind and bask in the epic craziness of life, marriage, and parenting. It’s a podcast for parents by parents—an unrelated mom and dad duo—who are navigating the ever-morphing wilderness that is parenthood in the modern age.

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Life at the Speed of Kids is a safe place for parents to unwind and bask in the epic craziness of life, marriage, and parenting. It’s a podcast for parents by parents—an unrelated mom and dad duo—who are navigating the ever-morphing wilderness that is parenthood in the modern age.

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Fun Parenting Podcast!

By Mamaofboys719 - Oct 29 2016
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Love the humor and practical advice. My new favorite podcast!

Excellent!

By LagunaGirl78 - Oct 27 2016
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This is a fun, insightful show about the challenges I face every day as a mom! Keep 'em coming!!

iTunes Ratings

13 Ratings
Average Ratings
7
3
1
0
2

Fun Parenting Podcast!

By Mamaofboys719 - Oct 29 2016
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Love the humor and practical advice. My new favorite podcast!

Excellent!

By LagunaGirl78 - Oct 27 2016
Read more
This is a fun, insightful show about the challenges I face every day as a mom! Keep 'em coming!!

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Life at the Speed of Kids

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Life at the Speed of Kids is a safe place for parents to unwind and bask in the epic craziness of life, marriage, and parenting. It’s a podcast for parents by parents—an unrelated mom and dad duo—who are navigating the ever-morphing wilderness that is parenthood in the modern age.

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Our Kids’ Public Meltdowns? They Don’t Have to Be Inevitable.

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Eva shares the epic tale of her sons' first public meltdown which leads to a fascinating conversation with author and child psychologist Dr. Todd Cartmell about “flexible thinking” AKA how to teach our kids—and ourselves—to back away from the ledges of those epic temper tantrums. We also talk about finding the “right balance” of potty humor, and the fact that too many of us only read headlines on Facebook and aren’t actually getting informed.

Oct 21 2016

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