As another school year draws to a close, Mark and Tim cast their critical eye over SATs and attendance awards and declare “must try harder”.
John and Tim discuss the types of parents you encounter at sports days and talk about surveys into parents missing their kids’ bedtimes because of work and attitudes towards suncare.
Hannah, Simon and Tim discuss must-see children’s films and whether it’s right to limit kids’ screen time.
Hannah, John, Mark and Tim talk about Father’s Day, the growing influence of dad bloggers and Hannah’s return to full-time employment.
In the aftermath of the General Election, Tim and Amie form their very own ‘coalition of chaos’ to provide some much-needed strong and stable podcasting leadership.
John discusses research that shows how dads treat daughters differently to sons. Simon talks about Wonder Woman. And Tim has a bit of a rant about people who don’t vote in elections.
Hannah, Mark and Tim examine both sides of the argument as the Daily Mail attacks mum bloggers.
In a special edition of the podcast, Hannah, Mark and Tim react to Monday night’s attack on the Manchester Arena.
We enjoyed last week’s episode talking about the highs and lows of parenting so much that we thought we’d do it again. This time Tim talks to John and Vicky about the good and the bad. Show notes & links You can find this week’s team on their blogs and across social media: John: Blog:… Continue reading Meet the Parents episode 53: The highs and lows of being a parent (take 2)
Hannah, Mark and Tim discuss their personal highs and lows of parenting.