Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Dr. Becky Kennedy

“She Can’t Play With Us!” and Other Tricky Friendship Moments

Unpopular opinion: It’s okay for our kids to like some kids better than others. After all, we want them to grow up into adults who can build meaningful relationships, which requires recognizing why they connect with certain people over others! Of course, we also want them to be kind, inclusive people. So, what’s a parent’s role in helping kids navigate tricky social situations? In this week’s episode, Dr. Becky talks to three parents about challenging peer dynamics—from leaving someone out on the playground to disliking a family friend’s daughter. She explains why curiosity is the most valuable social skill, and shares practical strategies on how to model it. Remember: We want to teach our kids how to think, not what to think. 

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The Holderness Family Podcast

The Holderness Family

I'm Anticipating Your Needs

Marriage isn’t always 50/50. In fact, in our marriage, there are times one partner is pulling the entire load. The last few weeks have been tough for our family. On top of the “normal” family struggles that bubble up in every house, my grandmother’s health took a sharp decline. So Penn started using this phrase and pairing it with thoughtful action: “I’m anticipating your needs…” then he would do the thing that I needed. Let’s face it, you know your person better than anyone. You know what would help them feel supported. It takes some knowledge and a little effort, but dang, it’s a game changer. In this podcast, we talk all about how to bring "anticipating needs" into your marriage.Don’t forget to call us and leave a message - we might play your question in next week’s episode. Tell us what you like, ask a question, or just say hi. Call 323-364-3929.Thank you for listening! Your support means the world to us. If you like this p

Raising Good Humans

Dear Media, Aliza Pressman

S2 Ep 29: When There Is a Favorite Parent And Giving Space to Your Co-Parent

Dr. Aliza Pressman in conversation about the other parent, when kids have a favorite and allowing curiosity and space for different parenting perspectives with Best Selling Author and Parent Educator Einat Nathan with code HUMANS for $100 off your first month. for 15% off your order. with code HUMANS for $10 off your purchase. And you can listen to Flip and Mozi's Guide to How to be an Earthling everywhere right now. Or ad-free and one-week early by subscribing to Wondery Plus Kids in Apple Podcasts, the Wondery App or Amazon Music.   Show Notes:   Produced by Dear Media

The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast

Virginia Yurich

How to Compete with the Stimulation of Screens | Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D. | The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast - S3 E4

If only. If only screens were as innocuous as we wished they were. Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D. and author of "Glow Kids, How Screen Addiction is Hijacking our Kids - And How to Break the Trance" walks through information every parent, teacher and caregiver should know about screens and brain development.  Kids today are losing their ability to even stack and play with blocks.  This episode will give you the tools that you need to hold off on screens a little more often and make space for more relationships and more of the good life. Purchase your copy of Glow Kids here: Learn more about Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D. here:

The Mom Psychologist Show

Dr. Jazmine

Are you ready to feel more confident in your parenting, connect with your child in deeper more meaningful ways and reclaim your joy in parenting? Each week Dr. Jazmine reveals her best tips, strategies, and mindsets around positive parenting, child development and mental health. Teaching you how to discipline with clarity and respect, handle tantrums without losing your sanity and potty train like a pro - The Mom Psychologist Show breaks it all down (and so much more) with a new episode each and every week!

Co-dependent Podcast

Kenzie and Jamee

Sisters, Kenzie and Jamee here to talk all things motherhood, family, business, marriage, life, ect. You can expect these best friends to share the real and honest side of life with kids unfiltered.

The Suga

Tika Sumpter, Thai Randolph

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The morning after with Kelly Stafford


Not sure yet.. gonna figure it out as I go!

Raising Boys & Girls

Sissy Goff, David Thomas, Melissa Trevathan

S4, E13: How to Teach Kids Responsibility

Join Sissy Goff, David Thomas, and Melissa Trevathan this week as they share insight and ideas for how to teach kids responsibility. Grab episode show notes HERE. Connect with Raising Boys and Girls HERE. Connect with Minno HERE.

Dr. Laura Call of the Day

Dr. Laura

My Dog Died, and I'm a Wreck

Patrick is suffering after his dog's death the way he did when his own parents died, and he's concerned that there's something wrong with him. - Dr. Laura: "Pets can give life great meaning and connection."Are you a cat or dog person? Email me your thoughts at: To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - Find me on social media a Dr. Laura Family Member: See for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Read-Aloud Revival

Sarah Mackenzie

Blessings Pressed Down, Shaken Together

If your inbox is anything like mine, you might be experiencing a little "you-need-to-buy-this-for-Christmas" fatigue.

I always like to remind myself that Christmas will come and the Baby King will be born, no matter what I buy or don't. No matter what I get checked off on my merry-making list . . .

. . . or don't.

No. Matter. What.

Goodness, what good news that is. ?

(If you'd rather listen to this 3-minute post than read it, click the play button below)

Listen, I don't want to add to the noise or pressure this Advent or Christmas.

I'm posting this because there's a good chance you know a woman who loves her kids, loves (or wants to love) homeschooling, and really-really-really wants her kids to love books.

And there's al

The PedsDocTalk Podcast

Dr. Mona Amin

97: Constipation and Bedwetting: A Conversation with a Pediatric Urologist

On this episode I welcome Steve Hodges, Urologist and author of  Bedwetting and Accidents Aren't Your Fault and The M.O.P. Book: A Guide to The Only Proven Way to STOP Bedwetting and Accidents. We discuss the following: What a urologist is and why a child would see oneThe impact of early potty training and bed wettingHow constipation can impact bedwettingHow genetics can impact bedwettingWhen bed wetting is too lateThis episode is brought to you by: THE NEW MOM SURVIVAL GUIDE: The first digital e-course/community created and founded by a Pediatrician mom to guide you and your baby through their first year.  To find out more and to join, visit: Find out more:, follow on Facebook: bedwettingandaccident and Instagram @drstevevhodges. 

Raising Cross Formed Kids

Ryan Coatney and Phylicia Masonheimer

Apologetics and Family Discipleship

Phylicia and Ryan discuss how to teach kids to hold to and defend the faith without fear or self-righteousness.

The Birth Hour - A Birth Story Podcast

Bryn Huntpalmer

644| Embryo Adoption, PROM at 35 Weeks & 43 Hour Induction - Olivia Hall

Olivia shares her birth story and experience with embryo adoption. Sponsor: Today's episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. As a listener, you’ll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at Links: Join Bryn for a Wisdom chat where she will share her birth stories and invite those on the call to ask questions or share your own stories. The Q&A will be on December 27 at 10am CT on the Wisdom app: Know Your Options Online Childbirth Course - Use Code 100OFF for $100 off Beyond the Latch Course: Support The Birth Hour via Patreon!

The Funny Thing About Parenting

TJ Therrien

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Evidence Based Birth®

Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN

EBB 202 - A Fast First-Time Birth Experience with EBB Childbirth Class Graduate, Hailey Grachico

On today's podcast we talk with Haley Grachico about her intense, fast birth experience at a freestanding birth center. Haley and her husband, Dr. Ismael, are graduates of the EBB childbirth class with EBB Instructors Marnellie Bishop and Ali Buchanan. For the birth of their baby, Josefine, they hired Marnellie and Marnellie's backup Ali Buchanan as their doula. Iz completed his general surgery residency at Oregon Health and Science University just 13 days before Josefine's arrival. A week after Josefine was born, the Grachico family moved to Grants Pass, Oregon, where Is joined a private practice general surgery group. Haley is enjoying time with Josefine and their two dogs, Duke and Bentley. Haley has since then started a new parents group in town and is exploring options to possibly become a doula and to support families in a different way in their new community. We talk about

Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting

Dr. Lisa Damour/Good Trouble Productions

60: How Do We Help Kids Through Divorce?

As divorce numbers rise in the pandemic, we take a closer look at how divorce affects children. Dr. Lisa walks us through how children at different ages process their parents' separation. How can parents make the transition easier? Reena asks how do you make it work when you can’t stand your ex? Lisa details how couples who no longer want to be married can still work together as effective co-parents.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn @AskLisaPodcast, @LDamour, @ReenaNinanAdditional resources: Lisa is produced by: See for privacy and opt-out information.

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Katie Ferraro

Texture 101: Tips for Trying Trickier Textures with @msdawnslp Dawn Winkelmann, MS, CCC-SLP

#195: How do you get your baby to eat new textures? What texture of foods can babies safely eat? In this episode baby-led weaning expert Dawn Winkelmann, MS, CCC-SLP and I are discussing tips for trying out trickier textures for your baby and why we don’t want to get stuck on purees!   Get your copy of the 100 FIRST FOODS list on Katie’s free BABY-LED WEANING FOR BEGINNERS workshop:   Follow @babyledweanteam on IG:   Shownotes with all the links mentioned in this episode are here:   Learn something you liked in this episode? Would you kindly subscribe, rate and review where you’re seeing this? ( really helps other parents find this BLW info too!)

The Mom Hour

Life, Listened

It’s The Most Hard-On-Ourselves Time Of The Year: Episode 344

From feeling like time (or money) is running out to second-guessing gift choices and blaming ourselves for our kids' behavior, there's no shortage of ways for moms to feel crummy during the holidays. Even when everything miraculously gets done, you might wonder where the heck's the magic or feel guilty wondering if you slowed down enough to actually enjoy it (and honestly, would it even be the holidays without a good, old-fashioned mom tantrum?). In this last episode before Christmas, Meagan and Sarah talk through the various ways moms tend to be hard on themselves this time of year, and some ways we've learned to reframe our messy feelings. We also chat about how we're feeling this particular Christmas and how it compares to holidays of the past. Depending on when you listen to this episode, consider it your pre- or post-holiday pep talk--complete with a tasty detour into charcuterie board land. We promise it's N

Mr. Chazz's Leadership, Parenting and Teaching Podcast

Mr. Chazz

Leadership, Parenting and Teaching

Mommy Labor Nurse

Liesel Teen

Third Trimester FAQs

This week I'm talking all about third trimester FAQs! As that due date gets closer and closer it inevitably seems like we naturally get more questions that come up! In this episode I’m going to discuss nausea in the third trimester, traveling during pregnancy, baby movements, itchy feet, labial swelling, hip pain, what to do if you water breaks unexpectedly, and more!

Parenting with Ginger Hubbard

Ginger Hubbard

Ep. 045 | Cultivating Unity Among Siblings

Do you desire your kids to have close friendships and enjoy being together? Do they spend more time tearing each other down than building each other up? Join Ginger Hubbard and Katy Morgan as they discuss what we can do to help our kids cultivate unity and build life-long friendships with their siblings.

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Minimalist Moms Podcast

Diane Boden

EP199: Messy Minimalism: Realistic Strategies for the Rest of Us with Rachelle Crawford

Think minimalism means a perfectly curated, always tidy home? Think again. Drowning in tides of toys, overflowing closets, and a crazy schedule, Rachelle Crawford assumed you had to be naturally organized to keep a tidy living space. Then she found minimalism: the messy, real-life kind, that is less about perfection and more about purpose. Becoming a messy minimalist is not about turning into someone else; it's about clearing away clutter and expectations to unearth who you really are. Join me today as I speak with Rachelle about her journey into 'messy minimalism' and how we can inspire those around us to begin their own step into minimalism (whether big or small!)----Show Notes for EP199: Messy Minimalism: Realistic Strategies for the Rest of UsEnjoy this Podcast?Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning into this podcast, then do not hesitate to write a review. You

The Durenda Wilson Podcast

Durenda Wilson

Unhurried Grace: Be Still, a Discipline in the Midst of the Storm (260)

As promised, I am doing one short devotional a week. We can’t be godly wives and mothers unless we are godly women. That starts by making sure that our souls are being nurtured by God through His word and prayer.

Typically these devotionals will be shorter than this one, but what can I say? There was so much to share from Psalm 46 that seemed too good to skip and given the increased spiritual battles that are going on all around us, we need it!

Resources used and shared:

New Living Translation Illustrated Study Bible

Torah of Surrender 

Unhurried Grace for a Mom’s Heart ( a devotional I wrote specifically for homeschooling moms!)

(If you haven't checked out my new book, The Four Hour School Day please do that!  As a 25+ year veteran homeschooling mom of 8, I share WHY you can give your kids a robust education in four hours a day or less! F

The Life Without School Podcast

Stark Raving Dad

Heyyyy, welcome to the Life Without School podcast by Stark Raving Dad! Here to help you and your children live the life *you* want to, not just the one you’re told you should.

What To Expect


Mom Guilt

Starting in the early stages of pregnancy, mom guilt often comes with the parenting territory. You’re giving it everything you’ve got, but thoughts of doubt and guilt tend to be unavoidable. This week, Heidi and Emma are tackling your biggest concerns around mom guilt and the factors that can lead to those feelings of doubt, from navigating sibling relationships to balancing screen time. They also share helpful tips on how you can stave off mom guilt — because you deserve to feel like the wonderful parent you are.
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Don't Mom Alone Podcast

Heather MacFadyen

Heather MacFadyen, mother of four boys, connects you the listener with people and resources to help you feel less alone. Consider it an invitation to "withness".

Baby Or Bust

Dr. Lora Shahine

Baby Or Bust is a podcast hosted by fertility doctor and former fertility patient Dr. Lora Shahine. Every week we bust myths, shatter stigma, and provide important facts and encouraging best practices to help anyone struggling with fertility to make their baby dream come true and feel better and stronger about their journey along the way. Baby Or Bust is Produced by Mark Ramsey, Jaime Solis, and Greg Moga. Executive Produced by Nick Panella, and Andrew Greenwood for Workhouse Media. Baby Or Bust is a Mark Ramsey Media production in partnership with the Seattle Sperm Bank.

Is It Normal? The Pregnancy Podcast With Jessie Ware

Jessie Ware

Ep 15 - Weeks 32 of your pregnancy

In addition to common symptoms around week 32 of pregnancy, Obstetrician Jess McMicking talks about caesarean delivery (C-Section)You can purchase & download the full 40 week series (which includes 24 episodes) plus early access to bonus episodes at www.isitnormalpodcast.comFollow us on instagram here: @isitnormalpodcast*This podcast is intended as an informative discussion around general issues related to pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period. If you have any questions or concerns relating to your health and pregnancy it is important to contact your midwife or GP.   See for privacy and opt-out information.

Days Like Today Podcast

Days Like Today Podcast

Karley Lane was married at 19. Over the next 10 years she experienced becoming a mother, being a stay at home mom, divorce, working full time, remarriage, and the traumatic birth of her second child. At 29 years old, and excited about her 30’s, Karley’s reflection of her past, and anticipation about the future fosters a unique perspective on all that it means to be a woman, spouse, mother and professional navigating life today. Days Like Today offers a glimpse into theses realities, and accompanied by those she admires most, Karley aims to share your stories, celebrate all things woman, and cultivate a true, authentic, engaging community.

Pregnancy Podcast

Vanessa Merten

Your Guide to Prenatal Testing

Your pregnancy journey starts with a positive pregnancy test. That is the first of many tests offered throughout your prenatal care. Some tests diagnose conditions you may have during pregnancy, and others look for genetic abnormalities in your baby. Results from some tests may even impact your birth. Tests are valuable tools, but they can also create anxiety and stress during your pregnancy. This episode is a guide to your prenatal testing options with tips to understand and navigate tests for you and your baby during pregnancy.   You can read the full article and resources that accompany this episode by clicking here.   Join Pregnancy Podcast Premium to access the entire back catalog, listen to all episodes ad-free, and more.   For more evidence-based information, visit the Pregnancy Podcast website.

Parenting Beyond Discipline

Erin Royer, MA Clinical Psychology, Child Development Specialist

#267: How to Stop Unexpected Pinching & Hitting

Toddlers often have big reactions. But what do you do when it seemingly comes out of nowhere? How can we work on new behaviors and prevention when it takes us by complete surprise? Erin dives into some great fundamentals of the steps of toddler emotional development so parents can feel assured when they see these sometimes troubling behaviors and the steps to guiding young children towards better behaviors when they feel upset, anxious or overwhelmed.Support this podcast at — Inquiries: & Opt-Out:

Navigating Adoption: Presented by AdoptUSKids

Adopt Us Kids

Join us as we bring together real adoptive families and adoption experts to showcase how unexpected and rewarding adopting a teen from foster care can be. Whether you're thinking about adopting from foster care, have already adopted, or are just looking to learn more, these stories and resources will help you navigate the process, with inspiration and information along the way. Brought to you by AdoptUSKids, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families, and the Ad Council.

Flusterclux With Lynn Lyons: For Parents Who Worry

Lynn Lyons LICSW, Robin Hutson

Parenting isn't easy, and it's normal to worry. Lynn Lyons, therapist, author, and speaker is one of the world's experts on helping parents, kids, and teens manage anxiety. She talks with co-host and sister-in-law Robin Hutson in a weekly podcast full of laughs, and practical advice without the psychobabble. Flusterclux represents that feeling of overwhelm. Each episode is filled with practical advice for parents how to better manage their worry and big feelings like anger and sadness so that they are modeling healthy emotional awareness. Lynn answers listener questions and gives parents concrete strategies for developing the traits that are their kids' best defenses against anxiety and depression later in life: flexibility, resilience, autonomy, and problem solving. New episodes every Friday at 12AM EST. Find us at

Calm Parenting Podcast

Kirk Martin

5 Ways To Survive Thanksgiving with Family

Our Black Friday Sale Ends on Sunday, November 28: You get everything we have ever recorded delivered directly to an app on your iPhone, iPad, Android, or computer. Listen anywhere, anytime. You get 35 hours of practical strategies and concrete examples, along with multiple PDF workbooks. Click here to learn more and take advantage of our Black Friday Sale: to customize a smaller bundle? Email or check out our most popular four programs: personal mentoring with Kirk via Phone? Click here to learn about mentoring packages.Want to book a LIVE EVENT in 2022?! We are now booking IN PERSON and Zoom events for schools, PTAs, churches, synagogues, corporations, and agencies! Simply email Casey@CelebrateCalm with LIVE in the subject line and he'll share a one-page proposal within hours. It's EASY! PS: If you live in Seattle, Portla

Happy Homebirth

Katelyn Fusco

Preparing for a Positive Birth, and Big Babies Born at Home

What can we do to prevent the experience of trauma?


This week we’re speaking with Kasey, who, despite having two homebirths, experienced quite bit of trauma from her first birth.  We’ll listen in to hear how it unfolded, and what she did differently to prepare for her second experience.


If you’re enjoying the show and haven’t yet left a review, would you consider taking just a few minutes to head over and leave a few positive words?  It’s THE way to get this show into the ears of more mothers, and I am so deeply grateful for all of you who help support me in this mission!


Episode Roundup:

What a wonderful story.  As we jump into this week’s episode roundup, I want to focus on the concept of trauma. 

I don’t want anyone to ever get the wrong impression about homebirth: Choosing to give birth at home is not a guarantee that

Pregnancy & Birth Made Easy

My Essential Birth

Stephanie is a professional doula, childbirth educator and the creator of the My Essential Birth online pregnancy and birth course. With captivating interviews and listener-lead topics, she breaks down all the essentials to make preparing your mind, body, and baby for labor a breeze.


Moms on Call LLC & tentwentytwo

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Hey, Maaan: A family pod with Josh and Jacob Wolf

Josh Wolf

Josh and Jacob Wolf share their one of a kind father/son relationship while discussing everything from parenting to music to sports. Plus, so many great family stories and laughs! This is a must listen.

Parenting ADHD Podcast

Penny Williams

PAP 153: How Creative Parenting Helps Neurodiverse Kids, with Nina Meehan

Creative parenting not only helps you create moments of magic, but it also fosters trust and independence, emotional expression, out-of-the-box thinking, happiness through connection, and the ability to let go of perfection. Creative parenting can cut through the stress, anxiety, and struggle to bring more light and joy to your child, yourself, and your family, as well. In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, theater producer, Nina Meehan, shares the basics of creative parenting and the tools you need to embrace creativity in all aspects of your parenting. We all have creativity within us — Nina helps you rediscover it and use it to bring mre magic and joy to your family.

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

Rachel Nielson

210: Simple Holiday Traditions to Connect Generations

Three ways to create easy traditions that your children will treasure and remember for generations
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What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

Margaret Ables and Amy Wilson

Ask Margaret - How Do I Handle Kid Crushes?

If you've ever reorganized your kid's backpack and found a note saying "Do you like me? Check YES or NO," then you will probably relate to this week's question:
My 3rd grader has a secret crush and wrote about it, which I found in her book bag. I think it’s adorable. I want to embarrass her so badly. Any tips on kinder ways to address or ignore our kids’ cute little crushes? I mean, this milestone in social-emotional development?
It can be kind of shocking for parents to discover their kids have crushes, because it is often one of the first times they are having an emotional experience that they are not sharing fully with us. This can lead to a temptation either to tease our kids or to put on our detective hats. But it's better to stay calm and resist the urge to dive in full force.
While we may find our kid's crushes adorable and silly, our kids are experiencing them as serious and important. Resist the ur

My New Life


Get your baby talking with The Speech Sisters

Language milestones are a hot topic. When should my baby be speaking? And how many words? So much is tied up in our ability to communicate with our little people. On today’s episode of My New Life, we call in the experts to get your baby talking!    While the timeline for those treasured first words varies from child to child, there are some time-tested tricks to help the process along. Spoiler: Don’t be afraid to sing to your child. Jessica Rolph, your host, is accompanied by speech language experts Bridget Hillsberg and Brooke Dwyer, aka The Speech Sisters.   Key Takeaways: [1:54] How much is nature vs nurture when it comes to a child developing language? [3:13] Bridget and Brooke talk about their babies’ language development. [4:47] The Speech Sisters’ number one tip for parents: imitate. [6:05] What’s the difference between baby talk and imitating?  [8:01] Another tip for parents: Act it out. [9:25] Listening, labeling, and d

Simple Families

Denaye Barahona Ph.D.

Minimalist Christmas

It's that magical time of the probably started to feel it back in October when the decorations hit the stores. The pressure to shop early and the FOMO has never been stronger. There's a good chance you have kids that are excited for the holiday season due to the anticipation of the gifts that …
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Adriana Lozada

Why We are Carrier Mammals

Adriana explains why the type of mammal humans are impacts how much and what kind of care your baby needs from you.Download Birthful's Postpartum Plan FREE when you sign up for our weekly newsletter! Don't miss even more tips, insights, and news from Adriana and her guests! You can connect with Birthful on Instagram @birthfulpodcast and email us at Follow us on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, and anywhere you listen to podcasts.Advertising Inquiries:

The Boy Mom Podcast with Monica Swanson and Friends

Monica Swanson

Ep. 134: Simplifying Christmas, with Tama Fortner

Yay!  We made it to December, and I am so excited for the Christmas season ahead! Today’s guest, Tama Fortner is helping us simplify Christmas, reclaim peace, and ENJOY all the best parts of Christmas without any unnecessary stress!  Tama and I chat about so many great ideas tucked into her new devotional book, Simply Christmas – from practical ways to simplify your decorating, to some creative (and simpler!) gift-giving ideas...and more!  Join us for this fun conversation as we kick off what I hope will be the best Christmas ever! Get Simply Christmas on Amazon! Podcast page (for all episodes)

Inside Admission

Andrew Palumbo

"The podcast giving listeners a peek behind the curtain of college admission." Host Andrew Palumbo gives listeners an insider’s view interviewing professionals working in and around the admissions process about their own college search, common admission topics, and their advice to college-bound students and their parents. Episodes feature an interview with well-known individuals in the world of college admission providing practical knowledge for families going through the college search process. Learn more about a single topic or listen to many to gain a better understanding of the process. Support this podcast:

40 Weeks Pregnancy Podcast

Vanessa Merten of the Pregnancy Podcast

Week 0 Introduction

Week 0 Introduction.  An introduction to 40 Weeks and everything you can expect from the 40 Weeks podcast. Want to know exactly what is going on with your baby and your body each week? Whether you are in week 6 or week 36 of pregnancy, this podcast will give you just that in about five minutes. Learn how big your baby is, what new developments are going on, how your body is changing, how you can find relief from some of the changes going on with you like morning sickness and back pain, what to expect at doctor or midwife appointments, how to plan ahead for breastfeeding, how to plan for the birth you want, plus get a tip each week for Dads! You can check out a picture of what your baby looks this week and see resources mentioned in this episode at To get each week delivered to your inbox according to your due date sign up at The Pregnancy Podcast has so much more information on specific topics r

The Puberty Podcast

Dear Media

Busting Adolescent Myths with Dr. Nina Shapiro

Does eating oily food give you acne? Is breakfast the most important meal? Do we really need to drink eight glasses of water a day? Dr. Nina Shapiro, pediatric otolaryngologist, joins us to bust some adolescent myths and discuss her new book Ultimate Kids' Guide to Being Super Healthy, a terrific guide for helping kids understand the science behind why adults make the rules they do.   Show Notes: Ultimate Kids Guide to Being Super Healthy Dynamo Puberty Workshops & Visit OOMLA to shop thoughtfully designed (OOM)Bras!   Produced by Dear Media

SYSTEMIZE YOUR LIFE | Work From Home Mom Tips, Task Management, Time Blocking, Business Systems, Home Organization, Productiv

Chelsi Jo

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

AT Parenting Survival Podcast: Parenting | Child Anxiety | Child OCD | Kids & Family

Natasha Daniels: Child Therapist, Child Anxiety and Child OCD Expert

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Mother Like a Boss Podcast

Kendra Hennessy

Making new habits stick with the tether method

We're at that famous time of the year when we start thinking about all the new habits we're going to create in the next week or so, making the next year "bigger and better than ever" only to have those new habits get lost in a pile of past intentions by January 25. There is an easier way and it's what I call the tether method. It's not a new concept, but it's my particular way that has helped me tether my new habits to my old ones and pull them along. This is just what you need to stay consistent with those new routines and goals you're ready to crush in this new year.

Parenting Today's Teens

Mark Gregston

A daily podcast released every weekday, the Parenting Today’s Teens Podcast features Mark Gregston, a parenting expert who has worked with teens and parents for over 45 years. Enlightening, up-to-date, practical, and something every parent would enjoy listening to. Raw at times, challenging at other times, but always hopeful to get your family to a better place in an adolescent culture that is sometimes a little contrary to what you believe and want for your teen.

Motherhood in ADHD – Parenting with ADHD, Productivity Tips, Brain based Science, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Patricia Sung

Productivity, Parenting, and Education for Moms with Adult ADHD Are you overwhelmed by the never-ending to do list of motherhood? Are you burnt out and barely keeping your head above water? Are you confused and frustrated by how all the other moms make it look so easy? And somehow you're still floundering despite trying even harder... Your purse is as overflowing as your mind, you never feel like a good enough mom, and you don't dare have anyone over to visit to witness your messy home. You just want the best for your kids, but you can't figure out how to manage the chaos, both in your mind and in your house. Oh, I've been there, mama. Some days, I'm still there. Parenting with ADHD is hard! We want to be structured for our kids, yet we can't seem to stay consistent even for ourselves. But I'm letting go of everyone else's perception of a "good mom" and stepping into loving who I am a little more each day. Will you join me? Whether you have ADHD like I do, or think you might, here is your permission slip to let go of the pinterest worthy visions of organization and structure fit for everyone else. Let's do life like our brains do life: creatively, lovingly, and with all your might. Moms with ADHD have a superpower of always trying their best, even when it doesn't pan out. How do I know? I have known about my ADD for over twenty years, and I want to share all of this hard-earned ADHD knowledge with you, making your adjustment a lot easier and faster than mine was. What does Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder look like in women? We'll dive into emotional regulation, motivation, executive function, hormones, medication, and natural treatments. Women with ADHD share their diagnosis stories with us, whether inattentive, hyperactive or combined, from childhood through adult diagnoses. We also talk about ADHD's so-called friends like depression, anxiety, addiction, disordered eating, other learning differences, and what I've learned through therapy and CBT. Science is my jam and learning about how our brains work through the lens of scientific research helps us understand who we are. ADHD is not just for little boys; it looks different in girls. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a neurological medical condition, not an excuse for lazy, stupid, unmotivated people to not live up to our potential. Let's agree to throw that thought in the trash. Once we understand how our brains work, we can dive into the practical strategies like structuring our day, minimalism, money, nurturing our relationships, daily rhythms, using a planner, and improving our sleep. I want to help you build your version of a joyful family life. We talk about everything from ADHD to Zebras, because that is how Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder works: to us, our thoughts are clearly connected, but non-linear to everyone else. I want you to love being a zebra in a world full of horses. We were born as unique, gorgeous creatures, not meant to blend in with the usual nor mundane. When we embrace who we are and how our brains work, we can figure out how to live out lives successfully and in turn, lead our families well. At the end of the day, we just want to be good moms. Spoiler alert: you are already a great mom. If you're ready to see that with your own two eyes, hit play and listen in as we love ourselves a little more each day of our ADHD lives. ADHD does NOT mean you're doomed to be a hot mess, mama! You CAN rewrite your story from shame spiral to success story, and I'll be right here beside you to cheer you on! With love, Patricia Sung, a fellow mama with ADHD Free Resources and Transcriptions at: Connect with Patricia Sung on Instagram: Join like-minded mamas in our Motherhood in ADHD Facebook community: Sign up for classes to learn about ADHD:

The Longest Shortest Time

Hillary Frank and Stitcher

Introducing Here Lies Me

It's been 2 years since LST ended and now Hillary has a new show! Here Lies Me is dramedy about middle school for teen and adult fans of PEN15 and Big Mouth. Listen to an excerpt (plus a special message from Hillary) right here!

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From the Kitchen Table: The Duffys

Fox News Podcasts

Jeffrey Tucker: Liberty or Lockdown?

This week, Sean and Rachel invite the founder and president of the Brownstone Institute, Jeffrey Tucker, to discuss his new book "Liberty or Lockdown."

Jeffrey elaborates on why he believes vaccine mandates are a political tool to punish dissent. Plus, he states his reasoning behind why lockdowns are an ineffective policy measure, but gives a glimmer of hope as to some good he believes came as a result.

All About Pregnancy & Birth

Dr. Nicole C. Rankins

Ep141: Prenatal Nutrition with Pregnancy Dietician Stephanie Lauri

Diet is a vital component of prenatal healthcare which can often be overlooked. Today educator and registered dietician Stephanie Lauri joins us to give this subject the attention it deserves. After realizing there was a need for more accessible and reliable information on prenatal nutrition, Stephanie dedicated herself to creating a resource for expectant mothers. There are some surprising dos and don’ts in this episode. Stephanie lets us in on what exactly your body needs during pregnancy and where to find it. She also has some tricks and tips for getting proper nutrition during this time even if vegetables don’t sound appealing! In this Episode, You’ll Learn About: -What are the qualifications to become a dietician -What the difference is between a nutritionist and a dietician -Why it is important to begin focusing on nutrition even before becoming pregnant -How to choose the right prenatal vitamin for you

Peace and Parenting

Michelle Kenney, M. Ed

Find out how to come to parenting through the lens of connection as a way to navigate and unravel sticky parenting situations. Michelle is a mother of two girls, as well as a former teacher and counselor turned Certified Parenting Instructor. After years of consequences, bribes and star charts, she finally reshaped the relationship she shares with her daughters and credits peaceful parenting for changing her life. Michelle considers herself a recovering yeller, perfectionist and control freak who has found a more clam and connected way to parent. Using the ideas of Brain Science as her guide and working on childhood hurts as her deeper work, she helps other parents do what she has been able to do for herself over the last decade. Listen to Michelle‘s experiences along with experts and guests discussing parenting challenges and successes.

Dr. Laura Weekly Podcast

Dr. Laura Schlessinger

Coming Soon: Dr. Laura Weekly Podcast

As one of the most popular talk show hosts in radio history, Dr. Laura Schlessinger offers no-nonsense advice infused with a strong sense of ethics, accountability, and personal responsibility; she's been doing it successfully for more than 30 years, reaching millions of listeners weekly. Now you can hear Dr. Laura's Weekly Podcast on iTunes, or your favorite podcast directory.

Built To Birth

Bridget Teyler

#15: Kastle's Birth Story

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TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids

Debbie Reber

TPP 278: Supporting Black Gifted Students, with Dr. Joy Lawson Davis

Author, scholar, professional learning trainer, and equity activist Dr. Joy Lawson Davis talks about culturally responsive teaching, supporting black, gifted students, equity and access in Gifted Education programs, and meeting the needs of diverse gifted learners with multiple exceptionalities.For more info, visit: the show (

Project Parenthood

How to Understand and Fulfill Your Child’s Attachment Needs

The Circle of Security is a way to understand how you as a parent need to attend to your child's needs. Dr. Nanika Coor explains the concept of the circle and what it means to be a secure base and a safe haven for your child.

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Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan

Dr. Dan Peters | Parent Footprint

Daughterhood and Motherhood with Maya Shanbhag Lang

Dr. Dan welcomes Maya Shanbhag Lang to the podcast today to discuss the beauty and complexity of motherhood and daughterhood. Maya’s memoir What We Carry is inspired by caring for her aging mother while raising her own young daughter. Dr. Dan and Maya explore the mother-daughter dynamic, family secrets, motherhood, confronting the past, aging parents, illness, abuse, and much more. 

In this episode, Maya talks honestly and openly to Dr. Dan about her complicated love for her mother and father, the eye-opening experience of dealing with her mom’s unexpected illness, and her family stories -- true and untrue. Maya’s warmth and eloquence will resonate with listeners long after this episode ends.

Maya Shanbhag Lang is Vice President of Strategy & Editorial at Zibby Books. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and others. She holds a PhD in C

Loving On Purpose

Bonnie Lyman

If you want to know what's getting in the way of improving your relationship with your adult children, listen to this episode where I explain how to "Love On Purpose." It is fundamental to strengthening any relationship and no one has to change their behavior; you only need to discover what the real root of the problem is. When you start focusing on the solution and not the problem, like magic, your connection improves.

The Art of Decluttering

Amy Revell & Kirsty Farrugia

Best of Guests - Brooke McAlary

Every December we take a little break from recording and bring you some of our favourite episodes to listen to. For the next 5 Mondays we will be bringing you our favourite famous guest episodes! Up this week we have the wonderful Brooke McAlary chatting to us about her brilliant book 'Care'. Brooke is a beautiful friend of ours and we very much enjoyed this catch up. We hope you enjoy the episode and are inspired to schedule in some downtime in the midst of the holiday chaos. Oh and if you haven't already got Brooke's book, then we highly recommend you add it to your Christmas list!In this episode we;● Catch up on what Brooke has been up to since we last spoke;● Remind you who Brooke is for those who may not have heard from her before;● Ask Brooke to share how writing 'Care' came about;● Highlight the importance of down time and it's impact with and without it;● Dig into rest and what it truly means and looks like;And so so so so much more...

Mommies Tell All

Cumulus Podcast Network

Dating Again, More Kids, and Your Questions

On this episode of "Mommies Tell All" Jade and Carly answer the latest batch of questions from listeners. From dating as a single parent to sharing what multiple pregnancies was really like, nothing is off the table. Reminder: You can send in any and all of your anonymous questions on Instagram.
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Girl Mom Podcast

Kari Kampakis

Today's teenage girls face unprecedented challenges - and so do their parents. From anxiety, loneliness, and depression to struggles with friendships, body image, and self-worth, girls feel the overwhelm of a perfect storm that often leads them to despondency. For moms raising daughters, big questions have emerged: How can we help them thrive? How can we offer hope, wisdom, calm, and strength? In the Girl Mom podcast, blogger Kari Kampakis, a mom of 4 girls and author of 3 books (including the latest for moms, LOVE HER WELL) unites women who aim to be strong mothers raising empowered daughters. Addressing modern-day issues through the lens of faith, Kari helps mothers feel less alone, more encouraged, and more equipped to unleash the potential of their mother-daughter relationships.

Burnt Toast by Virginia Sole-Smith

Virginia Sole-Smith

Weekly conversations about how we dismantle diet culture and fatphobia, especially through parenting, health and fashion. (But non-parents like it too!) Hosted by Virginia Sole-Smith, journalist and author of THE EATING INSTINCT.

Moms of Tweens and Teens

Sheryl Gould

The Moms of Tweens and Teens podcast offers encouragement, expert advice, and equips moms with a deeper understanding of the unique needs of their tween or teen and how to meet them where they’re at and support them to thrive. Sheryl Gould is the Founder of Moms of Tweens and Teens, a nationally recognized Parenting Educator, Speaker, and Author ​of “S​OS: The Technology Guidebook for Parents of Tweens and Teens, Get The Answers You Need, Keep Them Safe and Enjoy Your Kids Again”​ and the forthcoming book, “You're Not Crazy, You’re Not A Bad Parent, And No Your Adolescent Doesn’t Really Hate You.”

The Montessori Notebook podcast :: a Montessori parenting podcast with Simone Davies

Simone Davies, Montessori teacher and parent

S2 E12 Britt Hawthorne all about raising antiracist children

Welcome to the last episode of Season 2. And it’s a good one. Today I get to chat to Montessori educator and a nationally recognised anti-bias educator in the US, Britt Hawthorne. She’s all about creating inclusive and equitable environments for all learners and understandably her work has been recognized by none other than PBS, Drew Barrymore, Google Edu, Association Montessori Internationale, and more.I have learned so much from Britt over the last year and a half, yes, about being an anti-racist parent and educator but also just how you can raise critically thinking children, children who can advocate for themselves, recognise injustice, call it out and do something about it. We all need people like this that raise their children in a way that shows us what is possible.Links from the showBritt Hawthorne - website / instagramJoin Britt's Collective Liberation communityDr Kira BanksMore about the fundamental

Parenting After Trauma with Robyn Gobbel

Robyn Gobbel

Robyn Gobbel is a writer, trainer, speaker, and educator dedicated to understanding why humans behave the way they behave. She teaches parents of children who have experienced trauma how the brain works, why behaviors are simply an externalization of what's happening in the brain, body, and nervous system, and how to respond to children's behaviors in a way the creates healing, not just behavior change.

With Whit

Dear Media, Whitney Port

Reviewing Myself + Work to Get SH*T DONE & Inspired!

New year is here with a lot of excitement for WITH WHIT (and life!). While I recorded this solo episode, I truly felt a shift in my pod-ing confidence. I approached this session with strong intentionality down to the detail - I even changed my environment to suit my mood. It all really paid off and inspired me to do more. The other day, I went through all of the ongoing major projects I have, brainstormed fresh ideas and prioritized. This act opened the door to reflect on the past year and myself, contemplating on lessons learned and changes I want to make. During this review, I shared my plans for the podcast, my personal/mental goals, the ins and outs of running COZeCO, updates on our office renovation, how I feel about my motherhood journey and MORE. Let's. go.    HERE is an article of interior design shops to check out in LA!         This episode is brought to you by RMA Network, Macy's, The Inkey List, Green Chef

With Intention: Minimalism, Motherhood, Intentional Living

Desirae Endres

Q&A: Pregnancy, Work, Minimalism without Obsession, and More

I've missed you! I took a long break from the podcast - unexpected - details of why can be found in this episode! What else can you expect from this episode? I decided to come back with a Q&A. I put out a question box on instagram to see what you all wanted to hear about, and the questions fell under three categories: pregnancy/baby, minimalism, and work. I hope you enjoy this episode - cozy up with a warm drink & we'll catch up on some things!  Links:  Desirae on Instagram Simple Morning Lists Holiday episodes (I mentioned I'd leave links here): Intentional Holiday Shopping/ Secondhand Christmas Minimalism & The Holidays Q&A An oldie but a goodie and a favorite holiday episode: Intentional Gift Guide with my friend Jessalyn Fink    


Teach Me To Talk

Teach a Child to Talk with 5 Strategies from Speech Therapist

Learn the top 5 evidence-based strategies to teach parents of late talkers. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of for this one-hour audio/video podcast episode, ASHA CEU Course #0421, as we discuss effective techniques to jumpstart language for toddlers and preschoolers with language delays. For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of late talking toddlers

Dr. Ross Greene

Dr Ross Greene

Working Out the Plan B Kinks

If only solving problems collaboratively was really easy! Well, sometimes it is, but sometimes some fairly common roadblocks can get in the way, and on today's program we talked about a bunch of 'em, thanks to our callers and emailers.

Meaning Full Living

Dear Media, Hayley Hubbard, Jessica Diamond

48: Your questions answered! Transition to motherhood, portion sizes for babies and kids, work-life balance, changing family dynamics and siblings

Hayley and Jess tackle questions about the hardest part of transitioning to motherhood, what their self-care routines look like, and the challenges of working on Meaning Full Living while being moms. Jess addresses a listener’s question about her child overeating and portion sizes, and Hayley talks about how her kids adjusted to her pregnancies and new siblings, and shares the best gift Tyler has ever given her.  Produced by Dear Media.

Feeding The Mouth That Bites You

Kenneth Wilgus, Jessica Pfeiffer, Ashley Parrish

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Moms Unscripted

MOPS International

Join us for #nofilter parenting talk, hosted by MOPS President and CEO Mandy Arioto and a support squad of powerhouse parents. You don’t need another curated influencer in your media feed making you feel isolated and off pace. You need intentional conversations about what’s going on for moms in real life. Tune into Moms Unscripted and join an empty nester with hindsight, a working mom balancing a full schedule, an accomplished author with preteens, and a sleep-deprived dad with a newborn. If you’re struggling to keep your head above water, listening to these friends talk about how they’ve navigated the same days will be the lifesaver you need to stay afloat. From post-partum bodies to a shifting personal identity, no topic is off limits for their candid conversations. They’ll hash it out and help you stay grounded in grace at every stage. So come on in, the water’s warm.

The KICK-ASS Stepmom Podcast

Jamie Scrimgeour

127: Divorce Isn’t Everything But The Sex With Summer Felix-Mulder

Jamie and Summer Felix-Mulder chat about all things stepmom life. Summer is a wife, mom, stepmom, entrepreneur and the host of Everything Always… a podcast where she and her partner share what they’ve learned blending their families. In this episode they talk about: The importance of boundaries with the ex how she and her partner parent each other’s kids…  Gratitude in blended family How she and her partner ask the kids for their input on how family life is going And more… For more from Jamie Scrimgeour visit Follow along on Instagram: Follow along on Facebook: Book a one-on-one coaching call: Join The Membership:   For More From Summer Follow on Instagram: Check out their website:   Thanks to O

Creating a Family: Talk about Adoption & Foster Care

Creating a Family

Child Hosting Programs: Getting Prepared to be a Host Family

Have you ever thought of hosting a child for the summer or over the winter holidays? Check out this show where we interview Kathy Holiday who worked in adoption for 25 years and she supervised the child hosting program for Children’s House International.In this episode, we cover:What are child hosting programs?What is the purpose of a child hosting program?What are some of the ways different agencies design their hosting programs?Whether they are open to families that do not want to adopt, but are willing to advocate for the child. When they have host sessions. What times of year?Length of time the children are here. How much does it usually cost for a host family?Are there many differences in cost to the host family?What type of training?What is the age range of children commonly available for hosting?What type of special needs do you commonly see?What are the children told before they come? Are they aware that th

Informed Pregnancy Podcast

Independent Podcast Network | Informed Pregnancy

Taryn Slater - After Birth

Bodybuilder, fitness coach, and new Mom Taryn Slater is back to tell the story of the recent birth of her first child. 
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Connected Families Podcast

Connected Families

Want to Build Connection in Your Family?

As parents we long to build a connected family. Connection. We all long for genuine, connected relationships. It’s how God wired us. It makes sense that, when this element is lacking in our relationships, it can cause us to feel so many difficult and discouraged emotions. Especially in the relationships we value most. You want to feel connected to your kids and to the people you care about, but that can be really hard.  Is there a secret to authentic connection? A tool to help build a connected family? Your family can experience this! Co-Founders Jim and Lynne Jackson wrestled…

First Name Basis Podcast

Jasmine Bradshaw

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Down to Birth

Cynthia Overgard & Trisha Ludwig

#138 | Legal Case Study #1 with Attorney Hermine Hayes-Klein: Traumatized at a Major Teaching Hospital While Interns Watched and Learned

Today on the show we have attorney Hermine Hayes-Klein, a fearless legal advocate for sexual and reproductive rights with a particular passion for defending women’s human rights in childbirth, which, she says, are routinely violated in maternity care systems. We’re also grateful to have her her clients, Lillie and George, whose birth experience we will be focusing on today. By the end of this episode you’ll have clarity as what obstetric abuse looks like, who is committing it and why it’s self-perpetuating.  Plus, a better understanding of your legal and human rights, and how the two still need to better align in today’s maternity - and, primarily obstetric - model of care systems. There are two things we would like you to know before listening:1. Hermine drops one quick f-bomb between the 7-8 minute mark, and2. We made the choice to bleep-

Becoming Mama™: A Pregnancy and Birth Podcast by Motherly


Taking Care of a Newborn: A Conversation with Pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Kaufman

In this special episode sponsored by Stanford Children's Health, Diana speaks with pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Kaufman, who offers reassuring advice to new parents about everything from unusual breathing noises to gas; she also explains how parents can select the right pediatrician.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Simple Home

Jenna Arvidson

On The Simple Home Podcast, Jenna Arvidson from, provides practical solutions for busy families looking to live a simple life. Simple-living is more than just getting rid of the clutter in your home. It's about letting go of expectations, creating routines and systems that work for your family, living intentionally, and using your time and money for what matters most. Jenna talks about minimalism, simple parenting, money and time management, along with other relevant content for busy moms looking for a better way. She shares her conversations with others who are on their own journey to a lighter, more joyful life. If you've ever felt like you don't have time to enjoy motherhood because of the constant to-do's and overwhelm that comes with, then this podcast was created just for you.

The Collin Kartchner Podcast

Save the Kids

The Collin Kartchner Podcast - This is Your (Kid's) Brain on Video Games

Is your son/daughter playing video games a bit too much? Have you noticed changes in their attitude and behavior? Are you worried about what video games are doing to their developing brains and the impact that will have on their mental health and overall success in life?  According to Newzoo, gamers worldwide are expected to spend nearly $160 billion in 2020 on video games. Let that number sink in. Kids are becoming so addicted to video games today they are hurting family members or themselves when the games are taken away. I get texts from ER docs saying kids as young as 10 attempted suicide simply because mom took away Fortnite. We lost a 6th grader in the neighboring city to suicide last year because mom took the X-box away. These are NOT just forms of entertainment, and kids are NOT wired to regulate and slow down their gaming time. And the gaming industry is taking full advantage of this making bil

That New Mom Life

Parents Magazine

It All Goes By So Fast

In the final episode of That New Mom Life, hosts Grace Bastidas and Desiree Fortin chat with Julia Edelstein, whose job as Editor-in-Chief of Parents is to empower moms at all stages of parenthood. They discuss Julia’s own journey as a mother, how no two postpartum experiences are the same, and what you can do to hold on to those first few months, which really do fly by. 
You’ll also hear memories of new motherhood from some moms you’ll instantly recognize. 
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IMPACT: Parenting with Perspective

Ben Pugh

This podcast will help parents of teens keep life's struggles as a teen, and as a parent of a teen, in perspective. Parents will learn real tools to help them help their teens. They will learn how to build a rock solid relationship with their teen so they will have a powerful impact and a positive influence on their teen's life.

Once Upon a Playtime

The Genius of Play™

“Once Upon a Playtime” is a podcast made for parents and kids, about the serious value of playing around. Each episode features a well-known personality or celebrity who shares how a toy or play experience from their childhood shaped them. A hybrid between Dr. Seuss' whimsical, narrator-driven storytelling and Pixar's "movies for kids with messages for grown-ups", this podcast presents a rare joint listening opportunity for parents and their kids. Produced by FRQNCY Media and made possible by a generous grant from The Toy Foundation.

Messy Family Podcast : Catholic conversations on marriage and family

Mike and Alicia Hernon : Catholic Marriage Parent and Family

Parenting is not a clean-cut, simple process for those who like to follow the rules. Family life is messy and unpredictable, but it is the greatest adventure you will ever have. We are Mike and Alicia Hernon, parents of 10 children ranging from 6 to 23 and we would like to invite you into some of the conversations we have had with each other about marriage, parenting, and Catholic family life. Our hope is that our conversation sparks a dialogue between you and your spouse that leads to greater unity and intentional Christian parenting in your home. Listen in to our podcast and start the conversation as we seek to lead our families to heaven. Visit us at for resources, guides, links and show notes.

Let's Sleep On It: Reclaiming Parenthood

Taylor Kulik

Join me, Taylor Kulik, an occupational therapist and sleep & well-being specialist, as we examine the mainstream narratives that dominate our culture. It's common to enter parenthood without really stopping to reflect on why we are doing the things we are doing. This is a space where we will challenge societal parenting and childhood norms and discuss biological infant sleep without sleep training. We'll also share real journeys of parents who have gone against the grain by practicing responsive and respectful parenting, and by following their intuition. Support this podcast:

Shelf Help

Nicole Kavanaugh

Development of the Hand - Season 2 Episode 6

In her books, Dr. Montessori talks so much about the importance of hand development for children. Their hands are literally their instruments as they explore the world around them. In this week's episode, Nicole and Amy talk about the development of the hand and some ways that we help a child develop their hand from birth on in preparation for writing and for life.  Show Notes:

Mama Knows Nutrition: Feeding toddlers made easy

Kacie Barnes, MCN, RDN

23: Grazing Feeds Picky Eating: Here’s How to Stop It

If you’re wondering what’s causing your toddler’s picky eating, grazing may be one of the problems. Luckily, it has a quick fix! This episode gives you the tools to easily cut out your toddler’s grazing habits so they can have a better appetite at meals.I’m Kacie Barnes, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and mom of 2. You can submit a question to be answered on a future episode at or leave a voice message at 469-552-5527!Connect with me! mentioned in today’s episode: Visual ScheduleFoods to Help with ConstipationSelf-laminating sheets 12 Month Old Feeding Schedule podcast1 Year Old Feeding Schedule blog postToddler Refuses to Eat podcast

The Honestly Adoption Podcast

Mike and Kristin Berry

A Conversation About Overcoming Barriers And Meeting Needs On The Adoption Journey

We are excited to welcome Mary Beth Chapman from Show Hope to The Honestly Adoption Podcast for our 200th episode! You're going to love this interview. We talk all about meeting the unique needs that arise on the adoption journey, and how to overcome barriers families face. A Little More About Mary Beth... Mary Beth Chapman is a New York Times’ best-selling author, speaker, and the wife of GRAMMY® and Dove Award-winning recording artist, Steven Curtis Chapman. She is also the President of Show Hope. Mary Beth delights in overseeing the work of Show Hope as she continues to do all she can to help restore hope to children living as orphans.

Find The Magic

Find The Magic

Why Our Personal Peace Includes Financial Awareness With Smart Money Mamas

Money is a part of all of our lives. It can be liberating or stressful depending on how you manage it. In this episode, we talk with Chelsea from Smart Money Mamas about how to help your money be a positive part of your life. Chelsey, a hedge fund investor turned entrepreneur, helps caregivers make their money work for them so they can have peace, and live a life full of what they want. She gives SO many incredible tips in this episode that makes the whole world of money feel manageable.
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The Joy Filled Podcast - Christian Motherhood, Stay at Home Mom Mindset, and Faith Based Encouragement

Jenna Griffith

In a culture trying to sell us the lie that we should be anything but “just a mom”, Joy Filled exists to come alongside you and help you thrive in this season at home and experience the fullness of joy in the simplicity of homemaking and raising a family. The early years of motherhood are hard, but they’re so so good. I’m determined to give these ‘good old days’ everything I’ve got and I’m bringing you along with me. We’ll host honest conversations on faith, motherhood, homemaking, and everything in between. My prayer is that you leave encouraged in Christ, equipped to carry the weight of motherhood with joy, and reminded of the truth that God has given you everything you need to steward your arrows well. There is so much joy here. Let’s experience it together. Sign up for the email list: Connect on Instagram: Visit the website:

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution

The Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast brings conversations with today‘s home education leaders - speakers, authors, activists, curriculum publishers - and families just like yours! From the producers of the film, Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution, these interviews will build you up and give you important resources to help you train up your children for eternal success - from pre-school to graduation - to start strong and finish well!

Moms Talk Autism Podcast

Tash Dillmon, Shannon Korza, Jean Mayer & Brittney Crabtree

The Moms Talk Autism Podcast is for parents raising children with special needs. We are five moms who are connected because we are all raising children with autism and other neurodivergent brains. Navigating the world through a special needs child comes with challenges and struggles. The 5 of us moms talk about how to navigate those challenges. We discuss grief, school, family balance, siblings, therapies, social conversations, behaviors, delays, diagnosis’s advocating, and marriage. We may not hold degrees in neuroscience, special education teachers, and doctors, but we are experts in raising our kids and figuring out everything as we go. Think of this podcast as a coffee shop chat with your closest girlfriends. Chatting about how to navigate the neurotypical world with our neurodivergent families. Follow us on Instagram @momstalkautism Website: Come say hello! Jody Warshawsky, Shannon Korza, Tash Dillmon, Jean Mayer & Brittney Crabtree

Being Bumo

Dear Media

Sibling Love & Rivalry

We are both mothers to two kids, and inevitably have navigated the sibling dynamic with our children. In this first episode of the new year we discuss more in depth what our experience raising siblings has been like and what we have learned along the way. We also share some tricks and advice for other parents that are raising siblings to help them handle those hard times like siblings fighting!   Be a part of our community and follow us HERE:   To connect with Sara Sohn:   To connect with Chriselle Lim:   Come visit us at BumoWork:   Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code BUMO at   We’re telling you, tune into the Once Upon a Playtime podcast today... you and your kids will love it!. Find Once Upon a Playtime wherever you listen to podcasts And for more info and full tran

Classical Conversations Podcast

Classical Conversations Inc.

EE Advent Read Alouds with the Knotts

For many families, Advent is full of traditions and memory-making opportunities; some of my favorite Christmas times involve reading aloud as a family.  Reading aloud allows us to build family culture, to get to know the same characters, and to develop “inside jokes” and literary references that draw us together.  Reading aloud is also just plain fun!  This year’s Everyday Educator Advent series introduces listeners to some new friends from all across the country; listen this week as the Knotts from Connecticut share what they love to read together, and why reading as a family is so powerful.  Your family may find a new read aloud to share tonight!

The MomForce Podcast Hosted by Chatbooks

Vanessa Quigley

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Mommy and Maine

Mommy and Maine

Welcome to The Mommy and Maine Podcast where we dive into all things pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting. Just like our littles, us mamas deserve our very own village. Well here, you have found it. The Mommy and Maine community fosters belonging, connection, education, advocacy, transparency, and authenticity. Join me and local experts for support in your transition to and through motherhood. This is where open and honest conversations take place, where strange and random questions can be asked, thoughts and stories are shared, and you're free to come exactly as you are. Here we go, mama!

Parenting Unpacked

Parenting Unpacked

Welcome to Parenting Unpacked. A podcast for parents seeking evidence, empathy and kindness. Hosted by Child Development PhDs Dr. Siobhan Kennedy-Costantini and Dr. Kristyn Sommer. As mums we know how hard parenting is. We also know how much conflicting information exists out there in the parenting space. As experts in children's cognitive, social and emotional development we're here to help you unpack the science of parenting and to see the beauty in the grey. Join us every week as we bring you content from the science of parenting, with a good dose of empathy and common sense.

Mom to Mom Podcast

Kate Battistelli, September McCarthy, Jamie Erickson

We're three generations of moms who have experienced nearly every season of motherhood. We don’t have all the answers, but you can be sure that we’ll always point you to the One who does.

Toddler Purgatory

What Fresh Hell Media

Toddler Purgatory is a comedy parenting podcast by and for moms of kids under six. Hosted by hilarious moms Molly Lloyd and Blaire Brooks, each episode of Toddler Purgatory digs deep on a different parenting topic, providing some real talk, some expert advice, and a ton of laughs. Parenting little kids might feel like you're stuck in purgatory sometimes, but with Blaire and Molly as your guides, you'll have a lot more fun along the way. New episodes every Tuesday! Thanks for subscribing and listening! Find out more at and on social media #toddlerpurgatory.

The Go Diaper Free Podcast

Andrea Olson

Andrea Olson of Go Diaper Free explains elimination communication - the concept of pottying your baby, as early as birth - which is what people have done for all of human history and in today’s world where there are no diapers. She makes it easy to integrate EC into your modern lifestyle as a new parent, demystifies how to know your baby needs to go, how to take them to the toilet instead of primarily relying on the diaper, and makes EC approachable, accessible, and fun, for all parents...whether part-time, with or without diapers, and in any region of the world. Contrary to popular marketing messages, diapers are tools, not toilets, and babies are ALL born “ready” to use the toilet. Learn how to connect with your baby on this very natural level with Andrea’s expert guidance, and experience the freedom of a life without dependence upon diapers, a life without traumatic toilet training, a life where your baby gets a head start on developing motor skills, communication, and learning by prioritizing this age-appropriate skill (0-18 months). EC honors your baby’s dignity and makes parenting THAT much easier! Stop changing blowouts...and learn how to listen to your baby’s requests for good hygiene. Learn more at (PS - Andrea also occasionally covers potty training, for those of you who find us after 18 months.)

Mom Curious

Hoff Studios

Mom Curious with Daniella Rabbani

The Full Bloom Podcast - body-positive parenting for a more embodied and inclusive next generation

Zoë Bisbing, LCSW

S4 Ep76: But what about diabetes?

With so much conversation about body-acceptance, fat-positivity, and health at every size are we neglecting medical conditions that are long-thought to be caused by “unhealthy lifestyles”?  More specifically, how does diabetes fit into all of this if we have a family or personal history, but want to do what we can to minimize our kids’ risk? Zoë sits down with endocrinologist Dr. Gregory Dodell for a lesson on the endocrine system, why diabetes is coated in weight stigma, the interplay of shame and health, and the importance of sustainability when it comes to managing chronic health conditions with a healthy dose of self-compassion.

Read the full show notes for this episode here.

"Doctor Mom" Podcast

Stephanie Greunke, RD and Dr. Elana Roumell, ND

#245: Highlights from Season 4

Steph and Dr. Elana highlight key takeaways and action steps from the interviews in season 4. They share their own parenting struggles and successes including how to stay calm, confident, and competent during challenging times, like decisions on schooling and medical emergencies. They provide honest insights into common, real life scenarios parents experience and offer resources to navigate them. You’ll learn how to improve your relationship with your partner after baby, learn how to accept help postpartum, and set realistic expectations with your little ones. You’ll also get a sneak peek into Elana’s new membership program! You’ll walk away with things to consider and tangible things to do, today, as a “Doctor Mom”. Topics Discussed: Key takeaways from Season 4 How to navigate relationship challenges postpartum Options for non-traditional schooling How to set realistic expectations for child development Tips for staying calm, competent, and c

Gotta Be Done - A Bluey Podcast


Omelette (aka Kitchen Parameters That Ensure Mostly Success)

(Birthday) cards on the table - the Gotta Be Done girls do not mind a bit of mess. But do Mary and Kate draw the line at Omelette?

From managing kitchen chaos (and potential hangriness) and 10,000 hours to perfect egg-cracking, to the Bluey-Brene imperative to own your mistakes, and the dubious delights of breakfast in bed - it's triggering stuff for our two (likely hangry) hosts.   

So as Bingo covers herself in egg, does Chilli cover herself in glory? Either way, as usual, it's a cracker! 


Gotta Be Done is ex-journos and Melbourne mums Kate McMahon and Mary Bolling, as we deep-dive every Bluey episode, with plenty of detours into mama life, childhood memories, and everything else we're bingeing, too!

Follow us on Insta at @blueypod @marytbolling @katejmcmahon or on Twitter at @blueypodcast - and use #blueypod to join in.

The Phantom Family Podcast

The Phantom Family Podcast

Mind Your Manners

This week, Tori & Jimothy discuss manners. How were manners taught and/or enforced to them growing up and how do they put that action into application with their own kids as parents themselves? Find out in this episode.
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Motherhood Out Loud Podcast

Motherhood Out Loud

Hello welcome to my series Motherhood Out Loud. A safe place for mothers to talk openly about their experiences without fear of judgement or shame. My hope for this is to allow women to realize that we are not alone in the variety of emotions we feel during this time and I hope that we provide a more loving community for future moms and to bring an end to the thoughts that “this is just what it’s like to be a mother, you have to just push through alone and in silence.” Let’s take our power back and live motherhood out loud.

Doing It At Home

Independent Podcast Network | Sarah and Matthew Bivens

Doing It At Home is a weekly podcast about home birth and our decision to go from a traditional hospital birth with an OBGYN to a natural birth at home with midwives. This is a raw and honest show that explores homebirth from every angle. We talk about the fears and judgements thrown at you when you choose home birth. We share resources that we found tremendously helpful for understanding our birthing options. We confess the magic and craziness in preparing for pregnancy, home birth, motherhood and fatherhood. We talk about having sex while pregnant and maintaining your connection and intimacy as a couple. We reveal how to stay centered and not lose yourself through pregnancy, and tons more! This show is all about adding an empowered conversation to the topic of home birth and natural birth, while keeping it real, grounded and fun. So strap in and join us as we’re doing it at home!

Dear Doula

Dear Media

What if parenting could evoke a sense of calm, joy, and connection? Brandi Jordan, baby and parenting expert, not only believes that it can, but that it should with the right mix of empathy and grace! What if you had a village that was available for weekly support, advice, inspiration, and practical tips to make this parenting journey not only easier, but enjoyable? Grab a cup of tea and join Brandi as she dives into deep conversations that will help you to rediscover your intuition, joy, and sense of calm, along with interesting guests to give you the parenting village that you always knew you needed.

Exploring Unschooling

Pam Laricchia

EU306: Unschooling Seasons with Iris Chen

Iris Chen, author of Untigering and mother of two, returns to the podcast this week to share what their unschooling lives look like right now and talk about her book. Iris talks about her family’s experience with a self-directed learning center and the path her sons took to make the choice to attend one. We […]

A Teen's Perspective

Dr. RJ

A show for parents of teenagers. Each week, I interview teens so they can share their experiences growing up in today's world.

Parenting Teens with Dr. Cam

Dr. Cam

Parenting Teens with Dr. Cam is THE podcast for determined yet frustrated parents who struggle with connecting and communicating with their teenagers. If you’ve tried everything you can think of, but you still feel like you’re floundering; if you want to parent with confidence, but secretly worry that people are judging you and your kids; if want to set your teen up for success but fear you’re failing them...this podcast is for you. In each episode Adolescent Psychologist and Certified Family Success Coach, Cameron (Dr. Cam) Caswell, PhD guides you around the teenage land minds with practical tips, simple solutions, and words of encouragement. Listen in every Tuesday and Thursday as Dr. Cam chats with different experts and gets them to share their best kept secrets and insights. Why just try to survive the teen years, when your whole family can thrive? Download a free guide to motivating unmotivated teens at

Future Generations Podcast with Dr. Stanton Hom

Weekly discussions with incredible influencers in Health Freedom, Self-Heal

The Future Generations podcast is for practitioners, professionals, parents who are committed to natural living and health freedom and especially our future generations. Powerful weekly conversations with doctors, scientists, influencers and parents that have catalyzed the transformation of families, communities and the planet with their expertise, inspiration and leadership in natural living, brilliance, and self-healing.

The VBAC Link

Julie Francom & Meagan Heaton

181 See ya later, we promise!

We are taking a break. Listen in to find out the details and what we will be up to in the meantime! Advertising Inquiries: & Opt-Out:

Voices of Your Village

Seed & Sew

202 - How to emotion coach for emotion processing with Lauren Stauble

We talk a lot at Seed and Sew about emotional intelligence, emotional processing and helping our tiny humans build their toolboxes. But what does that actually look like? What are the steps and how do we help facilitate these skills in our kiddos? In today's episode of Voices of Your Village, my CEP co-creator, Lauren Stauble, joined me to break down our method step by step. We dove into each phase of emotional processing, avoiding common pitfalls and how fostering these skills not only gives our kiddos an emotional toolbox for life, but also greatly impacts the parenting experience.    Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I read every one and they fill my heart with joy.   Connect with us on:   Instagram:   Podcast page:   Music by:   Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I read every

Your Parenting Long Game

Rachel Bailey

This podcast is for parents who not only want to short-term tips for handling current kids' behaviors and moods, but who are exhausted from addressing the same situation over and over and want to find solutions that last much longer into the future. Because you will receive plans and step-by-step tools, it's also for parents who crave feeling in control -- and who do much better with structure than the chaos traditionally associated with parenting.

Blunt Blowin' Mama

BBM Ventures LLC

Host Shonitria aims to normalize parents who smoke weed and amplify the voices of BIWOC in the cannabis industry by having honest, open, enlightening and entertaining conversations about the cannabis and hemp plants. P.S. Moms who smoke weed are not bad moms.

Failing Motherhood

Danielle Bettmann | Wholeheartedly

No Longer Just Surviving with Chelsie VanderZanden

Chelsie VanderZanden is one of us.  A single mom -3 kids- healing from the past and striving to do better every day.  In this episode, she opens her heart and shares what she wished she would've known just a year ago. Overcoming a narcissist abusive husband, leaving, going through depression and survival mode, learning how to be a mom and not just a parent (they are different in her opinion), and finding her way to being on medication- led to saving her life and her kids'. "Please don't believe that hopelessness is normal."She hopes that by sharing her story, you can find hope for your own situation. JOIN Wholeheartedly CALM - Starts January 3rd, YOUR SANITY + SOLUTIONS CALL//FREE No-obligation zoom for more info- details on my Sanity & Solutions 5-S Framework T

Parenting That Kid with Ashleigh Tolliver

Ashleigh Tolliver

ADD, ADHD, OCD, SPD, ASD, ODD, Anxiety…You’ve heard it all, or maybe you haven’t, but your parenting intuition knows there is an underlying truth to those larger than life emotions. Do you have a kid whose emotions need guidance, support, and understanding? Or, are you the parent of “that kid” in need of resources, a community and encouragement along this parenting journey? Then you’ve come to the right place! Join Ashleigh Tolliver as she asks the professionals the tough questions about raising a kid who does not fit into societal norms while building a community with other everyday imperfect parents doing the best they can raising “that kid”.

Mom Struggling Well

Emily Thomas, Rebecca Smith & Kate Ordway

#289: Blooper Reel 2021

You guys, we jack up all of the time. We often get off topic, catch a case of the giggles and/or get interrupted by our kids when we are working. Sound familiar?! If you want to hear what it’s like behind the scenes over here, you’re going to love the blooper reel from the entire year of 2021.


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If you've been encouraged, share this episode with a friend.  The struggle is real.  We might as well do this together! Do you love Mom Struggling

Let's Parent on Purpose with Jay Holland

Christian Parenting

A weekly podcast designed to strengthen your marriage, parenting, and personal relationship with Jesus.

Light The Fight

Elevate Podcasting

#175- "Toast To The Holidays"

In this episode, David and Heidi talk about how going first and sharing something you admire/notice about someone in your family during the holidays can create the best holiday experience yet.

In Loco Parent(i)s

Karen and Steve Vladeck

A podcast about parenting and lawyering — in that order — hosted by Karen and Steve Vladeck.

Me Becoming Mom


We’re sitting down with famous women to hear all about their journeys to motherhood. PEOPLE editor Zoë Ruderman talks to celebs about everything from trying to conceive for years to surprise pregnancies, IVF to surrogacy, adoption to unexpected home births. Nothing is off limits in these emotional, candid, sometimes heartbreaking but always heartwarming interviews.

Don't Make Me Come Back There

Dustin Nickerson

Family, relationships, and comedy are the things that tie us all together. Hosts Dustin and Melissa Nickerson bring us in to have a laugh about it all. Each week they dive into the funny realities of parenting, marriage, childhood, siblings, and so much more. It's funny, and a little a bit serious. The best way to handle family.

Real World Peaceful Parenting

Lisa Smith

Ep #54: What Finding Nemo Can Teach Us About Parenting

This week, I’m providing encouragement and support to help you keep going even when the waters get choppy or stormy. There are a lot of similarities between the themes in Finding Nemo and being a parent, so find out why scuba diving down to your child's feelings and needs helps you build connection with them, and what Finding Nemo can teach us about parenting.   Get full show notes and more information here:


Holly Blanc Moses

Supporting differently wired children can be both rewarding and challenging! Holly Blanc Moses, everyone's favorite behavior expert, shares her strategies to help children diagnosed with Autism and ADHD. If you want to learn how to effectively improve behavior, emotional health, social skills and academic performance, this podcast is for you.

Lift + Love

Allison Dayton and Jenie Hunter

Two friends, each with a gay son, Allison Dayton and Jenie Rae Hunter, are faithful members of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who feel raising their LGBTQ children is a calling to be embraced not feared. Jenie and Allison bring you into the conversation as they address the most current topics, suggest solutions and breakdown some seriously unhelpful thinking. Allison shares thoughts and tips on managing your faith and your LGBTQ family on and @liftandloveorg on Instagram and Facebook. Jenie can be found teaching invaluable LGBTQ parenting skills to families @Jeniehuntercoaching on Instagram and Facebook and where you can also book a zoom LGBTQ parenting coaching session.

That Pregnancy Podcast

Best Life Moms Club

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Becoming Moms with Dr. Sterling

Dr. Christine Sterling

Becoming Moms, the podcast where parents come to learn and grow as they move through their reproductive journey and become the moms they were meant to be. Your host, Dr. Sterling, shares her expertise as a board-certified ObGyn with the heart of a mom who has been there. We nourish our growing babies with more than the food we eat and the vitamins we take. We nourish them with our whole self. Join Dr. Sterling & her community of experts as they navigate topics most important to those trying to conceive or pregnant. Join the Sterling Parents ( community!

The Peaceful Parenting Podcast

Sarah Rosensweet

027: Understanding Autism with Kristy Forbes

Imagine going through life always wondering why it was so hard to “fit in”.    My guest this week is Kristy Forbes, and she shares with us how she was diagnosed with autism at the age of 33. As you’ll hear in our conversation, this was a life-changing moment for Kristy in terms of understanding why she had certain tendencies.    Kristy Forbes is an Australia based autism & neurodiversity support specialist with experience working with a range of clients both nationally and internationally.   Her work is informed by her extensive professional experience as an educator (Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary teaching), as an integration aide to children with social, emotional and behavioural differences, and as a childhood behavioural and family specialist.   Her most valuable insights, however, come from lived experience.   Kristy is autistic herself and also diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Pathol

Holding Space

Dr. Cassidy Freitas

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Better Behavior Show with Dr. Nicole Beurkens

Dr. Nicole Beurkens

Episode 177: Setting These Boundaries Will Help You Avoid Parental Burnout

My guest this week is Dr. Kim Swales In this episode, Dr. Kim and I have a candid conversation about all things life— We discuss tips on co-parenting and setting boundaries, partnerships, obligations, burnout, values, and so much more!  In a society that is on edge more than ever before, Dr. Kim shares powerful, wise, insights on how to gracefully navigate through the opposition we feel. Dr. Kim earned her PhD in Marriage and Family Communication with a concentration in counseling from Ohio University over 27 years ago. She then went on to do postdoctoral studies in counseling. Dr. Swales was formerly a researcher and college professor at the University of Houston, but is now in private practice as a parenting, marriage, relationship, and life coach. She has published research on gender communication, friendship, family, and marital communication, and relationship maintenance. She speaks to schools an

Kindred Conversations

Paris Tews and Brittany Frye

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Tribeca Pediatrics: On Call

Tribeca Pediatrics

In the Tribeca Pediatrics: On Call podcast Dr. Michel Cohen and Dr. TJ Gold answer calls from parents on a range of pediatric and parenting topics and share their knowledge and insight from over 40 years of collective pediatric experience. If you are interested in calling in with a question, please email us at

Raising Adults: Future Focused Parenting

Kira Dorrian and Deana Thayer

If your parenting ever feels like a game of whack-a-mole, we’ve got you. If you are a Type-A planner who wants to parent proactively, we’re here for you. If you find yourself somewhere in between….that parent who longs to parent with intention, but often ends up reacting to situations as they arise, you are our people! Our distinct philosophy - Future Focused Parenting – takes center stage on the podcast. We open every episode with our own personal “why” to demonstrate bringing intention to specific parenting issues. Then we dive into the “what” and “how” of each topic, moving quickly into actionable tools and strategies our listeners can start using right away. As your co-hosts, we bring our professional experience to bear, but never fail to share our own struggles as parents. In addition, we have some unique differences in our personalities and beliefs. This dynamic creates a distinct feel, allowing our listeners to explore varying ways to approach parenting topics and ultimately decide what works for their family. We invite you to listen to the groundbreaking parenting podcast that starts with the end in mind. Stop raising kids; start Raising Adults!

Famous at Home

Josh + Christi Straub

229. 5 Ways to Make This Christmas Memorable

While the Christmas season is meant to be fun, special, memorable, and joyful, it can also be stressful and exhausting for parents. Whether it's trying to find the perfect gift for your kids, fit in holiday traditions while balancing your work load, or feeling the loss of past loved ones--each parent feels the weight of the holidays in some way. But what if you could find a way to make it feel a little lighter? To redeem some of the magic? To soak in more of the joy?

In this episode, Josh and Christi talk about 5 ways to make this Christmas memorable, in a way that is special for your entire family.

Josh and Christi talk about:

How to be fully present this Christmas, taking circumstances for what they are each day and being grateful for them.The surprising power of changing how you think about expectationsHow the 25 Days of the Christmas Story: An Advent Family E

The Gentle Parenting Show

Kim West

Join Kim West, also known as the Sleep Lady, as she breaks down your top parenting concerns and gives her gentle take. Not only does Kim believe that you can successfully sleep train your child without leaving them to cry it out alone, but she also teaches shame free parenting. Most importantly, she knows that even in our imperfection as parents, it is possible to raise resilient, compassionate, and confident children. Grab a coffee or a glass of wine, throw in your ear pods, and join us!

Autism Parenting Secrets

Len Arcuri, Cass Arcuri

Are you a parent of a child with Autism? Are you ready to rise above the diagnosis? Each week on Autism Parenting Secrets, we are going to share how you can rise up and become the parent you need to be. Learn more at -->

Montessori Education with Jesse McCarthy

Jesse McCarthy

HISTORY with Professor Daileader

"When you're teaching there's nothing but teaching: you're in there, and it's you, and it's history, and it's students -- and everything else falls away." Meet Philip Daileader, star presenter at The Great Courses and lively history professor at William & Mary college

Momma Cusses

Gwenna Laithland

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Precious Little Sleep Parenting Podcast

Alexis Dubief

What Are Realistic Expectations for Baby Sleep? EP 25

Are you crushing the nap schedule or is the nap schedule crushing you? Do you have the right bedtime? Does your child get the sleep they need? Many (and I do mean many) parents are getting hung up on concerns about how their child is sleeping when really the problem is the gap between reality...
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Couples Counseling For Parents

Dr. Stephen Mitchell and Erin Mitchell, MACP

A show about couple relationships: how they work, why they don’t, and what you can do to fix what’s broken.

The Science of Gardening

Professor Linda Chalk • The Science of Gardening

mishbilshibshib | مش بالشبشب

لونا و وسام

075 - طفلي عصبي

من أكثر الأسئلة التي تأتينا على مش بالشبشب ماذا أفعل وطفلي عصبي وفي معظم الأحيان يتضح بأن الشخص يسأل عن طفل دون الخامسة من العمر. من الطبيعي أن يمر طفل دون الخامسة من 7 إلى 9 نوبات غضب خلال الأسبوع وكل واحدة تمتدت من خمس إلي عشر دقائق طبيعي جدا. نبحث في فكرة الطفل العصبي ونتحث عن الأطفال والكبار وأسباب العصبية وطرق المعاملة معها. نتمنى لكم والدية سعيدة. Support the show (

The Latched Mama Podcast

Melissa Wirt with Latched Mama

Episode 50: Happy 50th Episode!

Melissa and Lindi celebrate the 50th podcast episode! They also look over the last year and what things have changed for them personally and professionally.To celebrate our 50th podcast episode, listen all the way through to hear about our special surprise giveaway!

Sensory W.I.S.E. Solutions Podcast for Parents

Laura Petix, The OT Butterfly

Calling all parents! Do you have a child with sensory processing challenges or Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)? Looking for some practical tips and advice from an Occupational Therapist’s expert in sensory development? This podcast is for you! Every week, Laura Petix, (aka The OT Butterfly) will educate you on the impact that sensory processing has on your child’s learning and behavior. She’ll teach you the why behind your child’s behavior, how to identify their sensory profiles, how to support them using sensory strategies and how you can engage with them using the just right challenge. Being a parent of a child with SPD can feel so isolating, but Laura’s here to let you know, you are not alone. Get comfy, press play and imagine yourself hanging out with your new OT mom bestie.

Raising Wildlings

Vicci Oliver and Nicki Farrell

Welcome to Raising Wildlings, a podcast about parenting, alternative education and stepping into the wilderness, however that looks, with your family. Each week, we’ll be interviewing experts that truly inspire us, to answer your parenting and education questions. We’ll also be sharing stories from some incredible families that took the leap, and are taking the road less travelled. Whether you’re a parent looking for tips on how to better handle those sibling squabbles and tantrums, a couple searching for ways to create more freedom within your family’s lifestyle, an educator keen to explore alternative schooling models and how children learn, a father keen to delve into respectful parenting philosophies, or a mother wanting to learn more about why play is so important and how to get children outdoors safely, then this is the podcast for you. Each week you’ll get tried and tested tactics from parenting, play and education experts to help you on your journey towards creating the happiest, healthiest lifestyle you can for your family. We’ll also chat to real life families who have created freedom within their lives and are living life on their own terms. They’ll teach you how they did it and how you can too. And of course, you’ll hear from us about all things nature play and alternative education. We’ll answer all your questions on how children learn, the importance of play in all its forms, children’s rights and autonomy, and how to get your children outside safely, more often. This podcast hopes to empower parents and educators to raise kinder, more resilient, more adaptable children by helping them maintain happy connections and healthy lifestyles. So, what are you waiting for?! Let's dive in! Hit subscribe now to be notified when new episodes go live. To download our free Respectful Language Printable Cheat Sheet, head to:

The Goodnight House Sleep Podcast

Jessie Martin

Welcome to the Goodnight House sleep podcast where we share tips, tricks, and strategies to help your child sleep. We’re here to teach you how to help your child get the sleep they need and experience more rest, peace, and joy in parenting. I’m your host, Jessie Martin and I hope you enjoy the show! Whether you’re expecting your first baby or you’ve got older toddler or child, if you’re overwhelmed and looking for sleep help, this podcast is for you!

My Mom Always Says

Kate Stahl

Co-hosts and mother-daughter team Sarah Templin and Kate Stahl have been solving the world’s — and their relatives’ and friends’ — problems through, some might say, excessive hours of daily conversation for decades. Now with new podcast “My Mom Always Says,” the duo — the rare mom and daughter who are best friends without a moving truck’s worth of baggage — will share their pragmatic, maybe-too-well-adjusted take on issues related to parenting, marriage, friendship, and work-life balance, all delivered with humor, compassion, and a real desire to make people’s lives a little easier. Are they mental health experts? Absolutely not, but they are students of life, and man has it thrown them some curve balls. Sarah is a retired college professor in the field of education, and Kate has 20 years of experience as a lifestyle journalist and essayist, focusing on parenting and women’s issues. Both are mothers of two.

The Mom Voice

Sarah Bones & Lauren Willis

To All the Moms We’ve Judged Before…

Nov. 8st, 2021 – In this week’s episode, the ladies have fun sharing some of those common judgements we all make ‘pre-kids’.  They spin off the popular Netflix’s show “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” and have some laughs at their younger selves. The ep includes:

a quick chat about Wendy’s and the square patty situation there how we used to judge parents in those early stages wondering “why they can’t just get a handle” on their kids (ha!)sleep training and how it’s a 1,000 times harder than we ever thought!Lauren shares a funny story of her kids at a recent funeralhits & misses of the week including an upcoming trip the ladies have with their daughters and Sarah re-arranging her sectional sofa on a whim 

Find the ladies on Instagram?/TikTok @themomvoicepodcast


Beddy’s All-in-One Be

Early Risers

Minnesota Public Radio

Bias and the Developing Brain

The human brain is hardwired to recognize patterns—that’s how we figure out the world, and why humans have been able to adapt and survive over millennia. But the brain’s ability to quickly form cognitive associations can also lead to racial biases, even in very young children. On the season two finale of Early Risers, host Dianne Haulcy speaks with University of Minnesota cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Damien Fair about how we can train our brains to recognize bias and why the first thousand days of a child’s life are so critical for brain development.
Dr. Damien Fair studies the developing brain as a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Minnesota: He is a professor at the Institute of Child Development, a professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota Medical School and the Redleaf Endowed Director at the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain at the University of Minnesota.

Empowered to Connect Podcast

Empowered to Connect

Why Making Memories Matters More Than You Think

In case you didn't know, for nearly all of us reading this, the holiday season is in full swing. For those of you who feel the fearful holiday twitch coming on, don't worry - we're here to help you out! Mo and Tona Ottinger join us today to talk about the imporance of making memories and the role the brain and our sensory systems have to play in that process. It is a fascinating conversation and one that is a necessity for all parents!
To read the article that Mo referenced in the podcast, click here!
To learn more about Empowered to Connect, visit us on our website, find us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram or check out all of our podcast episodes and video resources on YouTube!

The Real Deal of Parenting Podcast

Real Deal of Parenting Podcast

Welcome to The Real Deal of Parenting podcast, where hosts Abby Johnson and Regan Long talk all things pertaining to motherhood, with authenticity, insight and a healthy dose of humor. They present topics from a Christian perspective ranging from the everyday challenges of raising kids of all ages to high-profile issues and current events facing families. Abby is a pro-life advocate, CEO, bestselling author and public speaker. Regan is a bestselling author, household blogger, public speaker and champion for women’s causes. Both are moms of multiple children and are on a mission to empower other women to uncover and maximize their full potential. Join them and find out you’re not alone on this broken and beautiful journey called parenthood.

Revolution Parenting

Abby Theuring & Dianne Cassidy

The world needs kinder, gentler and more compassionate adults. It starts at home, with how we parent our children. We want to start a parenting revolution. Dianne Cassidy is a lactation consultant and mother is 18 year old twins and a 20 year old. Abby Theuring is a social worker and mother is 2 children, 6 and 9 years old.

Breastfeeding Talk

Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC, CSOM

Breastfeeding Talk is a conversational podcast that explores the breastfeeding journey with a focus on new motherhood. Stock broker turned lactation consultant, host Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC, CSOM shares with you her best advice for navigating this stage of motherhood with a mix of humor, realness, science, and compassion. On the Breastfeeding Talk podcast, you can expect honest conversations with leaders in breastfeeding health, raw talk about breastfeeding your baby, and most importantly: tips and strategies to create a breastfeeding journey that brings you joy.

Parent Your Highly Sensitive Child Like A Ninja

Megghan Thompson

You are a parent of a Highly Sensitive Child and are ready to gain skills that will help you feel capable and confident disciplining your child or teen while helping them feel understood in a world that says they are "too much". Each week, Megghan Thompson, an experienced mental health therapist and Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor (RPT-S), dives into the topic of parenting highly sensitive children and teens. If you're ready to stop drowning in your child's explosive and out of control emotions and eliminate daily meltdowns, this show is for you.

Wonder of Parenting - A Brain-Science Approach to Parenting


What’s on Gurian’s Mind Lately?

What’s on Gurian’s Mind Lately? Michael talks about some of the issues that have his attention right now.

Happy Single MOM

Khalifa Araba

Hello Guys , and welcome to Happy Single moms. A podcast surrounding real single mommy life talking about subjects from self doubt , to business, to baby father drama,sex and loneliness. I want to ask the real questions to my guests on how to really be happy as a single mom, can anyone really be happy as a mom in general? Every episode will deliver the best hard hitting topic surrounding mom life and this innate goal of real happiness . Now here's your host Khalifa.

On The Hard Days

Megan Champion

If you're raising an out-of-the-box kid, you've likely struggled with doubt, guilt, and shame in your motherhood. "Am I crazy?" you've likely wondered. "What am I doing wrong?" You've probably never met another mother raising a neurodiverse child like yours, and truth be told, your mental health has suffered. Host Megan Champion gets it and has a mission to bring connection and support to mothers raising neurodiverse children. Each week, a brave and vulnerable mom shares her story to the world, in the hopes of helping listeners feel seen, heard, and validated. Whether your child has a diagnosis or not, if you feel lonely in your motherhood journey, On The Hard Days is for you. Follow Megan @on.the.hard.days on Instagram for personalized messages of hope and support (DMs are ALWAYS open!). Then subscribe to On The Hard Days and share the show with other moms in the trenches. No one knows our kids better than we do, and we are MEANT to be their mothers!

Sage Family

Rachel Rainbolt

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Your Teen with Sue and Steph

Evergreen Podcasts

How to Give "The Talk"

No one really looks forward to it, and most of us feel like we are not equipped to do a very thorough job. But thankfully, we have leaders like Justine Ang Fonte to help us navigate this tricky topic and make it easier to have these conversations with our teens. Justine takes the awkward out of “The Talks” and leads us to greater confidence and healthier dialogue.  
This episode kicks off our three-episode series on teen sex, dating, and relationships— stay tuned for more! 
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She Sounds Like Me

Rachael Laya Hoffman and Cyla Grace Hoffman

The first, unscripted Mama / Daughter chat cast of its kind, co-hosted by a kid! 7-year old Cyla Grace Hoffman and 40-whatever-year old Rachael Laya Hoffman are two voice actors who share their love for each other, their work & their community through thoughtful, candid conversations. Discussing conscious kids, opportunities for growth, how to contribute positively, and life's challenges through the lens of a precocious child, and her modern day Mama. Stay tuned for weekly episodes and subscribe now for refreshing conversations suited for curiously conscious kids and like minded grown ups.

Parenting Decolonized

Yolanda Williams

Raising children is hard. Raising children while black is even harder. The Parenting Decolonized podcast shines the light on how colonization has impacted the black family structure and what to do about it. Host Yolanda Williams takes you on the journey as she learns how to raise liberated black children without breaking their spirits. Yolanda and her guests discuss how to decolonize your parenting by resisting old narratives, how to use conscious parenting as activism against white supremacy, reclaiming ancestral ways of parenting, and how to become a more mindful, conscious parent.

Blended Life - A Blended Family Podcast

Blended Life

A blended family is such an important topic because it’s dealing with so many lives, not just that of you and your spouse. You have your kids and your spouses kids of course, but you also have the other sets of parents to contend with (if there is shared custody). With so many cooks in the kitchen, it can make sanity hard to come by on some days. We can lose our way in the midst of chaos, jealousy, insecurity, frustration, anger, confusion, miscommunication, and power struggles. This podcast is dedicated to lessons my husband and I have learned from previously being married, divorced, parenting, co-parenting, step-parenting, blending a family, re-marrying, surviving daddy issues (me not him lol), going through years of therapy (again, me not him ha), having a relationship with God, listening to and absorbing wisdom from others, and having some of the best friends anyone could hope for! It is our hope that this offers all who take the time to read what we have to say, a perspective that makes for consideration or just some good-old-fashioned food-for-thought. If we can save one person, or couple, from any of our many mistakes, it would mean more than any treasure ever could.

Mighty Parenting | Raising Teens | Parenting Young Adults

Sandy Fowler

Banish Math Anxiety | Dr. Aditya Nagrath | Episode 208

Concepts in math build on each other as they go; if your teen runs into difficulty in algebra, then geometry and algebra 2 and calculus are only going to confuse them further. This is how our kids develop math anxiety, compounding years of failed understanding and struggle through their schooling. Dr. Aditya Nagrath joins Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler and explains why our kids have math anxiety, how to tell when they have math anxiety and where the breakdown in understanding is happening, and how we can teach them the language of math and rebuild their confidence in themselves.

Our Guest: Dr. Aditya Nagrath

Detailed Show Notes and Support at episode 208

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Family Rules! The Podcast


Family Rules! The Podcast is an entertaining and useful show that explores what makes families happy and healthy. Hear from parents who successfully handle issues like family finance, family communication, technology in the home, and other important topics that demand focus. Whether you're a new parent, or a grandparent, Family Rules! The Podcast is here to share inspiration and encouragement.

Notes from the Backpack: A PTA Podcast

National PTA

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

New Mommy at 40

Victoria Lauture Duncker

There are many roads to motherhood. We know this. Yet, there seem to be so many questions around those of us who start our parenting journey later in life. New Mommy at 40 is a podcast for those 38+ who are beginning their parenting journey or starting all over again. We simply have some additional concerns compared to our younger counterparts: a little fear of lack of time, a bit less energy, raising our young children while caring for aging parents, estate planning, our knees giving out as we get up from the mat while playing with our kid… HA! I’m your host Victoria -a new mommy in my 40's to a baby girl, doing the best I can and loving the ride. I'm creating a space specifically for us to share our successes, vent without judgment and have a few good laughs while at it. Each week, you can expect to hear from other real moms and dads in their 40’s, sharing their unique journeys with us-the highs and lows included. We’ll hear from experts in the fields of fertility, therapy, dating and more. You'll also have a direct hand in building this community, by contributing your own stories, and if chosen, be featured on the show! Starting on January 31st, 2022 , join us every Monday! If you’d like to submit your story, email Please subscribe and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook -@NewMommyat40 or visit our website

Breezy Babies- Mom, Parent, Pregnant, Baby, Breastfeeding, Family, Postpartum

Brianne Taggart | Registered Nurse, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Certified Educator of Infant Massage, Childbirth Educator

Could you use more confidence as a mom? Let's chat about all things boobs, babies, and breastfeeding to ease your transition into parenthood. In this podcast, Bri the IBCLC delivers small, bite-sized tip and tricks on topics such as breastfeeding, childbirth, and baby massage. No worries mama! I've got you covered from pregnancy through the 4th trimester. Follow along @breezy__babies on Insta for more tips and tricks. Visit for products that will help you ease your transition into parenthood.

LIFE with Lacey Podcast

Tekura Funches

A mother daughter podcast

The Empowered Parent Podcast

One Big Happy Home, LLC

The Empowered Parent Podcast with Kayla and Ryan North is a trust-based, trauma-informed, connected parenting resource. Hosted by Chris Turner.

Parental Seasons

Michelle Manning-Osborn

Feel like you’re in survival mode in this season of parenthood? Is parenting no longer enjoyable and you’re so far from where you want to be as a parent? I’ve been there, and others have, too. You’re not alone.Parental Seasons is a weekly podcast that dives deep into various parenting hiccups and how to get out of survival mode and into thriving - both you and your child.

The Integrated Schools Podcast

Courtney Mykytyn, Andrew Lefkowits, Val Brown

Year End: Listener Questions

Listeners regularly reach out with questions - things that they are seeing in their own neighborhoods, things that we haven't addressed, but should, etc. For the final episode of 2021, we thought we'd answer as many as we could. Thank you to everyone who sent in questions. If we didn't get to your question, or if there is something else on your mind, let us know so we can include it in a future "mailbag" episode -
As we enter the holiday season and folks are thinking about year-end giving, we'd like to ask for your support of this work. If this podcast brought value to your life, made you think in a new way, helped you have conversations in a different way, or just brought you some joy, we'd be grateful for your support. You can join our Patreon -
Thank you for your support and we look forward to more great conversations in 2022.

Teaching Hard H

The Nacho Kids Podcast: Blended Family Lifesaver

Lori Sims & David Sims

Stepfamilies and blended families are very challenging. With a failure rate of over 70%, it's clear that blended families need help. Nacho Kids founders and blended family coaches, Lori and David Sims, are here to help blended families save their sanity and relationships. You'll hear the hosts and guests discuss the struggles and successes of blended family life and learn how the Nacho Kids Method is changing lives and saving relationships around the world.

Hypnobirthing Hub

Kathryn Clark

Pain free natural birth without taking any drugs through Hypnobirthing.

Barely Braided: A Foster Care, Adoption and Parenting Journey

Alex Ellis

A podcast community focused on supporting and discussing foster care, adoption and ALL things parenting - even the sticky stuff. Hosted by Alex Ellis.

Calm Christian Parenting

Kirk Martin

Calm Christian Parenting Podcast Have a strong-willed child who argues like an attorney, refuses to listen, melts down, and doesn’t respond to consequences? Good! Founder Kirk Martin and his son, Casey, have equipped almost 1,000,000 parents with practical, life-changing strategies that actually work. Stop the yelling, defiance, and power struggles AND build a close, trusting relationship that mirrors the heart of God the Father toward His children. Questions? Visit us at or email us directly at

Dear Anxiety


Introducing 'Dear Anger': Ed and Renee are BACK!

Hello, Dear Anxiety fans! It's been a long time, but we're thrilled to announce that Ed and Renee are BACK. If you love Dear Anxiety, make sure you check out the all new Dear Anger podcast. Screaming and yelling, fighting and arguing, tantrums and hissy fits: anger finds its way into every home, classroom, and workplace. Ed and Renee are ready to talk about it, and their fans will find the same tools, research-based solutions, and laughs they learned to love in Dear Anxiety. Subscribe now, wherever you get your podcasts!Support the show (

Birth Story Podcast

Heidi Snyderburn

Hi! I'm Heidi, experienced Birth Doula and host of the Birth Story podcast brought to you by Birth Story Media™. I support moms through their fertility and pregnancy journeys and help have trauma free birth stories and labor stories. When moms embrace their pregnant bellies and their pregnancy and await the arrival of their baby or babies they are going to feel many emotions and have many visions about what will happen during child birth. "Is this normal?" "What does a contraction feel like?" "What does the day of labor look like?" "What is a Doula?" I want every mom's birth story to be peaceful, happy and a memory that they will love to share. Birth Story podcast is my way to provide childbirth education through story telling in the comfort of your home and to prepare a mom for motherhood with any birth story that unfolds for their pregnancy, labor and delivery. If a pregnant mom uses an OBGYN, a midwife, a doula, a birth doula, or has a home birth, water birth, natural birth, C-section, cesarean birth, hospital birth, medicated birth, epidural birth, pitocin birth, an induction or induced labor, are having multiple babies or a single baby, a birth plan or no birth plan; I started this podcast to help moms learn and prepare for their labor and delivery and birth though birth story telling. BIRTH STORY PODCAST INSTAGRAM: BIRTH STORY PODCAST FACEBOOK: LOOKING FOR A DOULA IN CHARLOTTE, NC? HIRE MyDoulaHeidi: BIRTH STORY PODCAST SHOWNOTES:

The Better Postpartum Podcast with Angel Swon - New Mom Coach, Fourth Trimester Tips, Breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Bedsharing

Angel Swon

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Embracing Autism


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The My Little Eater Podcast

Edwena Kennedy

#88: How to Handle Negative Comments About Your Child’s Eating During the Holidays

In this episode I’m going to be giving you some practical tips to handle common feeding struggles that happen during the holidays, including how to address negative comments you might get from family members about your child’s eating habits.  Arguably one of the most common things I hear from parents is dreading when they have to go to a large family dinner, already anticipating the clash of different feeding styles everyone has. This can be tough - especially if you have a picky eater and you’ve been working hard on their feeding habits! 

Sometimes it can seem easier to just avoid going to get togethers so you don’t have to deal with it, but it doesn’t have to be this way! Listen to my 5 tips that I know will give you the confidence to handle those negative comments and struggles that come up with grace! Remember that the holidays are about love and the feeling of togetherness, and

500 Seconds To Joy // Intentional Living for Christian Moms with a Bible-Loving Catholic Mama

Stephanie Clarisse

192. Soak In God’s Love This Advent // Becoming The Beloved Week 1 with Valentina

Advent is a perfect time to reflect on God’s amazing love for us. Join us for a 4 week series all about how we are God’s BELOVED. Today is week 1!

I have invited my new friend Valentina Obafunwa to share with us what she has learned about becoming God’s beloved daughter. Here’s the link she mentioned: -

May this series bless you as we prepare to welcome Jesus into our hearts more deeply this Christmas. God bless you and your family!
XOXO Stephanie
To connect with Valentina, head to and learn about how she helps coach women with their career goals. She also has affordable online classes at where she provides career

The Parenting Junkie Show

Avital Schreiber Levy

TPJ 109: Boost Your Confidence As A Stay-At-Home-Parent

So many of my clients and community members are stay-at-home parents; parents who aren't currently working or are working very minimally. A common struggle is a loss of identity or feeling like your value and your worth isn't recognized by others, or feeling like you've lost your confidence now that you “just stay at home with the kids”.    In this episode I’m going to share how you can boost your confidence as a stay at home parent so you can be super confident and proud of who you are and what you're doing.    [01:15] Stop minimizing [02:26] Show up each day [03:52] Value your contribution [06:10] Be interesting [08:26] Address your money mindset [10:45] Switch from feeling apologetic to grateful [13:06] Think about what you're giving your children   If you enjoyed this episode and it inspired you in some way, I’d love to hear about your biggest takeaway. Take a selfie of you listening or a screenshot of the show, pos

Sleep Cues: The Everything Baby Sleep Podcast

Erin Junker - The Happy Sleep Company

Tired mama? I’m here to help - I’m Erin Junker, pediatric sleep consultant and owner of The Happy Sleep Company. With a Masters Degree in Health Communications, experience helping more than 1000 families gain healthy rest for their children and eight years raising my own happy little sleeper I’m in this with you!I am passionate about children's sleep, I firmly believe that a well rested family is a happier healthier family. In each episode of this podcast, we'll guide you through some of the biggest challenges we see parents facing when it comes to their babies and older children's sleep. And share effective tools, tips, advice and strategies for getting sleep on track. Let’s get your family some great sleep!

Hi My Name Is Mom


Hi My Name Is Mom, hosted by Jen Kulp, Corri English, & Kaela Kinney, is a podcast for moms. It’s for the ones losing it. And the ones holding it together. And especially the ones doing both at the same time. Are they experts? At having it all figured out…not a chance. At parenting real live children…yep. Join HMNIM as three real life mom friends take their real life convos, stories and confessions, amazing times, tough times, and THIS CANNOT ACTUALLY BE HAPPENING times, and hold them up to a microphone. They might vent, they might cry, they might use a mom voice. And they will definitely sneak wine into the studio. If your name is Mom, too.. or you wanna be a mom or you have a mom or you just like hearing moms talk - pull up a glass and join the tribe!

Dear Anger


Compassion In The Face of Anger

In this, the final episode of Dear Anger limited series, Ed and Renee talk about self compassion, and compassion for others, and its role in our relationship with anger.  Our pain points, our triggers, the things that really get us worked up, are often related to the things that we're hardest on ourselves about. To complicate the issue, when we shame ourselves for feeling triggered and angry over those pain points, it makes us feel even worse. Join your favorite emotional experts one last time as they guide you through the practice of self compassion, and de-shaming the experience of anger. 

In It: Supporting Kids Who Learn and Think Differently


School refusal: When kids say no

Lots of kids say “I don’t feel like going to school” at some point. But for some, it's more than that — they flat-out refuse to go. And you can’t make them. School refusal is real, and it’s trying to tell you something. But how do you figure out what that is? In this episode, hosts Amanda Morin and Gretchen Vierstra talk with a family who’s been “in it” when it comes to school refusal. Listen to Erin and Meg share the story of their son’s school refusal. Find out what they did to get through it. Plus, learn common signs of school refusal. To find a transcript for this episode and more resources, visit the episode page at Understood. We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at is a nonprofit and social impact organization dedicated to shaping a world where the 1 in 5 people who learn and think differently can thrive. Learn more about In It and all our podcasts at Copyright © 2022 Understood fo

Tot Talk with Tots On Target

Tots On Target

TotsOnTarget is a place to bring together parents, teachers and pediatric professionals to discuss all areas of child development. Find more resources and continue the discussions at

Raising Daughters

Tim Jordan, MD, International Speaker, Author, Blogger, and Counselor for Teen and Tween GIrls

Anxious Girls Can Learn to Tame Rumination

Show Notes: Ruminating, i.e., making mountains out of molehills, causes much anxiety in girls & can be tamed with awareness & tools Help girls understand why they ruminate and learn tools to handle it and … Anxious Girls Can Learn to Tame Rumination Read More »

Securely Attached

Dr. Sarah Bren

22. The evolution of love: How to use attachment theory to break cycles and worry less in your parenting

Parents often worry, will my child attach to me? And the answer is almost always - yes! Attachment is less about whether or not a child will form a bond with their primary caregiver, and is more focused on the quality of that relationship and how secure it is.   Today, I am joined by the author of Strange Situation: A Mother's Journey into the Science of Attachment, Bethany Saltman. Bethany will break down what attachment is and more importantly what it isn’t, discuss the importance of cultivating delight, breaking cycles and offer suggestions for allowing attachment theory to help inform the choices parents make in raising their children.     I want to hear from you! Send me a topic you want me to cover or a question you want answered on the show! ✨ DM me on Instagram at @securelyattachedpodcast or @drsarahbren ✨ Send an email to ✨ And check out drsa

Eanes Parents Unite

Aaron Silva

We’re trying to start a productive conversation about the current state of Eanes Independent School District. Our hope is to find common ground as parents and leaders by discussing the history of EISD, the merits of leadership decisions happening right now, and the change in the district’s stated mission that could hold sway over its future. This conversation is vital because, like all parents, we want our children to grow as individuals, learn in a culture of excellence, and remain safe while doing it. EISD has delivered on all of these promises in the past, and now we must work hard to preserve it for our kids. No matter your stance on the issues, please join the conversation and believe in Eanes!

Why is Everyone Yelling?

SandyBoy Productions

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]