Amie, Dave and Tim talk about the occasionally weird and often wonderful world inhabited by those strange creatures known as bloggers.
Tim and Amie chat about food and food intolerances and celebrate her return to work after two years away.
It’s a mum-free week as Tim and Dave chat about fatherhood from the perspective of both a working and a stay-at-home dad.
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Tim, Amie, Julian and Mark talk about the implications of having such extensive digital footprints and what this means for both us and our kids, including a special guest appearance by Tim’s son Isaac.
For our Mother’s Day edition, Tim, Hannah and Vicky talk about maternity options, egg donation and our expectations of Mother’s Day. And 1980s pop sensations Go West.
@thatchamdad, @The_dadventurer and @findingourfeet have a natter about speed-parenting and how dads as well as mums suffer from parental guilt. This week’s pop culture references: Top Gun, The Bourne Identity and Goldfinger.
We discuss top tips for moving house with children in tow and talk about people who park their cars without considering the needs of parents of young children. Oh, and Bananas in Pyjamas and Robocop (but not at the same time).
In a special extra episode, Tim shows why he should never be allowed anywhere near The Voice with his Valentine’s parody of the Simple Minds anthem Don’t You (Forget About Me).
We talk about Valentine’s Day, with a little Modern Family, 1980s US pop duos and ‘love rockets’ thrown in. Louise from Little Hearts Big Love discusses what it means to be a heart parent.
Hi, it’s Tim aka @thatchamdad here. Here’s the story of how the Meet the Parents podcast came to be … So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu The Slouching towards Thatcham podcast was born a little over six months ago in a flurry of enthusiasm, optimism and, with the benefit of hindsight, a huge dollop of naivety.… Continue reading Introducing the Meet the Parents podcast