Every year, we round up our top 10 most downloaded Spawned Parenting Podcasts. As we enter our 5th season (yes 5!), it’s fun to look back on what resonated with you, our awesome listeners. And if you’re looking to catch up on episodes, or you’re new to us (hi!), this is a fantastic way to get started.
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Even in 2019, sanctimommies are still a thing. Here’s hoping we can find a way to offer more support and less judgment to our fellow parents (and ourselves) in 2020.
Special guest Sue Groner aka The Parenting Mentor offered up super easy, very smart tips to help parents communicate and interact more effectively with their kids.
Even though we’re well past sleep training, we know that many of our listeners are in the throes of babydom. We only wish we had these tips and tricks from sleep expert Tamiko Kelly when our kids were babies.
Author Catherine Price challenged us to think differently about our own screen time use. Her 30-day challenge is a great way to start the new year, by the way.
The Riveter founder, and mom of 4 Amy Nelson talks candidly about returning to work after having a baby, along with real world tips, tricks, and advice that any working mom will appreciate.
We can’t say enough about our interview with Jordan Shapiro, who challenged the way we approach (and perhaps should approach) screen time and our kids.
It’s no surprise that parenting coach Casey O’Roarty has such an engaged podcast following and reader base. Her wonderful approach to parenting is refreshing and realistic.
Almost a year later, we are still applying some of the techniques we learned from our interview with Jake Knapp. His productivity methodology is truly groundbreaking.
We had a blast chatting with actors and podcast hosts Peter McNerney and Beth Newell about what it’s like raising creative kids in a digital world.
The dynamic Rachel Sklar chatted with Liz about the single mom moniker, which has caused quite a lot of controversy over the years. It’s no surprise to us that it’s our most downloaded episode of 2019.