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Modern Dadhood

Modern Dadhood

Modern Dadhood is an ongoing conversation about the joys, challenges, and general insanity of being a dad in this moment. The interview show is hosted by Adam Flaherty and Marc Checket, two devoted 30-something dads who are certainly not fatherhood experts, but do share indisputable chemistry and a zest for parenting. Guests from all walks of life speak candidly on a wide range of fatherhood themes, and listeners can expect a healthy dose of laughter, sincerity, dad jokes, and 90s nostalgia in each half hour episode.
Fatherhood, Art, and Intergalactic Portals | "Louie and Bear" Author Brady Smith
When Brady Smith takes something on, he goes all in on it. Whether it’s raising his two children, being a devoted husband, designing and painting a 12 foot wide mural, or keeping an illustrated journal EVERY DAY for 20 years, Brady gives it 100%. Adam and Marc talk with Brady—an artist, actor, and author—about his latest endeavor: creating a fun-filled action-adventure graphic novel series complete with secret portals and a bear-sized hamster. After the interview, stick around to hear Marc’s latest Instant Regret. Episode 58, the final Modern Dadhood episode of 2021, opens with some reflection by Marc and Adam on comic books and graphic novels. Marc reflects on about some of his favorite comics growing up, and discovering graphic novels that he can enjoy with his nearly 4-year-old twins.The guys welcome author, artist, and actor Brady Smith into the conversation. Brady is known for his acting roles in Parks & Recreation, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Alexa & Katie, for his amazing and unique artwork, for his pandemic-inspired Instagram-series-turned-book "Random Acts of Drawness"... and most recently, for his newly published graphic novel for young readers, "Louie and Bear in the Land of Anything Goes." (Let it also be noted that his life partner is the amazing Tiffani Thiessen, who you may remember from EVERYTHING!Brady chats candidly about writing for young readers, his unique illustration style, the inspiration for Louie and Bear, and other topics including:•  Brady's daily illustrated journal•. WHY and HOW he works important life lessons into his work•  Accidentally writing his own version of "Dog Man"•  The difficulty of looking at your creative work objectively•  The future of Louie and Bear•  And more!Marc shares a new installment of the smash hit segment "Instant Regret" which involves an unfortunate exclamation in front of his kids, before the guys close out the episode.LINKS:Brady Smith (official website)Brady Smith (Instagram)Louie and Bear in the Land of Anything GoesRandom Acts of Drawness!You're Missing It!Red Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Dec 17 2021
39 mins
Adam's Top 5The Roadmap To Dadhood | Fatherly's Tyghe Trimble on Communication, Social Life, Roughhousing
Try to transport yourself back to the months before you became a dad. What did the word "fatherhood" mean to you? Prior to kids, your definition may have been colored by your relationship with your own father. Would your current definition of "fatherhood" be different? Modern Dadhood welcomes Thyge Trimble, father of two, and Editor in Chief of Fatherly, to chat about his team's new book, aptly titled "Fatherhood." The book has something for everyone—whether you're a dad-to-be or a seasoned professional. Also, things get dark in a new installment of "Confessions."Modern Dadhood Episode 56 opens with reflections on Marc and Adam's preparedness to become fathers, which includes far more than learning how to change a diaper or do a proper swaddle. The guys discuss relationships with their spouses, family values, and pushing forward when times get tough. The conversation is inspired by a new book from the editors of Fatherly entitled "Fatherhood: A Comprehensive Guide to Birth, Budgeting, Finding Flow, and Becoming a Happy Parent." Tyghe Trimble, a New York City-based dad of two and Editor in Chief of Fatherly, joins the conversation to chat about some of the topics in the book and why it's a valuable read for ALL dads. Topics include:•  What exactly an "Editor in Chief" does•  Why (and when) communication with your spouse can be hard•  The value of shared values•  The unique structure of the book "Fatherhood"•  A staggering statistic around new fathers' social lives•  The profound importance and many benefits of roughhousingThe guys get their "Confessions" on... and Marc takes things to a dark and hilarious place. LINKS:FatherlyFatherhood (excerpts from the book)Fatherhood (the book at Powell'sFatherhood (the book) on AmazonModern Dadhood Tees and DadhoodiesRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Nov 19 2021
35 mins
Marc's Top 5Sometimes Good Things Take Time | Ryan Murphy's IVF Journey Part 2An Arduous Path Toward Parenthood  |  Ryan Murphy's IVF Journey Part 1
Oct 8 2021
32 mins
Work From Home Dadding | Pete Morse on Entrepreneurship, Fatherhood, WFH
For the last year and a half, many parents have been forced to adjust their work schedules to accommodate online learning, changes to child care, and more. For some of us, working from home has become second nature. For others of us, it's a chosen lifestyle. Today's guest is Pete Morse, a name you hear in the credits of each episode. Pete is a sound engineer, mixer, musician, and composer who constructed his state-of-the-art studio "Red Vault Audio" off the side of his house, awarding him the flexibility to work non-traditional hours and be more present with his wife and two young daughters. Listen to the end for a Paw Patrol-themed Did I Just Say That Out Loud?Episode 52 of Modern Dadhood opens with the guys reminding listeners that they are NOT experts in fatherhood, and then catching up on Marc and his wife's first kid-free getaway. The guys welcome Pete Morse into the conversation. Pete is the beauty and brains behind Red Vault Audio, a studio in Portland, Maine, which Pete designed and constructed within his home. Pete describes his line of work, and the joys, challenges, and general insanity of operating a business attached to your home when you have 5- and 7-year-old daughters. The conversation covers:•  Inspiring curiosity in your kids for what you do•  Supporting our kid's interest in music and instruments•  Kids crashing meetings and recording sessions•  The importance/impossibility of setting boundaries•  Tips for getting better audio in your Zoom meetings•  And more!Marc rounds out the episode with a rather alarming and mildly outrageous Paw Patrol-themed Did I Just Say That Out Loud?LINKSRed Vault Audio (homepage)Red Vault Audio (Instagram)Pete Kilpatrick Band - Songs From The Green Room (mixed and mastered by Pete Morse)Ohmaga! Guster With The Omaha Symphony (mixed my Pete Morse)Caspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Sep 24 2021
34 mins
Fatherhood Lessons From The Bedside | "Nurse Papa" David Metzger on Love, Life, and Loss
One might expect that a career spent in a hospital caring for sick children and grieving families would be a terribly depressing way to spend your life… but it’s all about perspective. Pediatric Oncology Nurse, David Metzger, uses words like "laughter" and "joy" when describing a typical day caring for children battling cancer. And at the end of his shift, he carries new lessons home to his wife and his two healthy kids, with an enlightened perspective on fatherhood and life. David joins us to share stories of love, life, and loss, and to chat about his book (and podcast) Nurse Papa. Episode 51 opens with the guys catching up over a bit of a therapy session, which finds Adam venting about the constant bickering between his children. How can you diffuse the situation when literally anything you say elevates the emotion even more. When the therapy session comes to a close, the guys introduce David Metzger, R.N. to the conversation. David is a father of two, and a Pediatric Oncology Nurse at UCSF Beniof Children’s Hospital in Oakland, CA where he cares for children with cancer. He also hosts a podcast and recently authored a book of the same name, “Nurse Papa,” which chronicles many experiences, stories, and lessons he has learned as a nurse and a father. They discuss topics including:•  The path that led David to pediatric cancer care•  The presence and importance of humor in his line of work•  The unique relationship between nurse and patient•  The shift between caring for sick children and fathering healthy ones•  How becoming a father better prepared David for his job•  And moreMarc shares an absolute “laugh riot” of a So That’s a Thing Now which involves something called “pink sauce” before the guys close out the show in typical asinine fashion.Links:Nurse Papa (the book) on AmazonNurse Papa (the podcast) on AppleNurse Papa (official website)David Metzger (Instagram)Red Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Sep 10 2021
33 mins
How To Be A Feminist Dad | Jordan Shapiro on Feminism, Toxic Masculinity, Misconceptions
Aug 27 2021
39 mins
Learning to be a Son and a Father | Craig Melvin on his book "Pops"
Have you ever sat down to interview one of your parents? It’s not always an easy task—even for someone who interviews influential people for a living! Adam and Marc welcome guest Craig Melvin, father of two and acclaimed news anchor/personality on Dateline NBC and The Today Show, to discuss his new book “Pops: Learning To Be A Son And A Father.” Listen to the end of the episode for a round of “Confessions.”Episode 49 opens with a brief reflection on the show; specifically, how our collective experiences as dads can share so many similarities and be so different at the same time. The guys share a bit about NBC anchor/personality Craig Melvin’s new book “Pops: Learning To Be A Son And A Father”, a book he began working on during a 2020 quarantine. For much of Craig’s life, he and his brothers didn’t have much of a relationship with their father Lawrence, largely due to his alcohol and gambling addictions. A 2018 family intervention cleared a path to recovery for Lawrence, and an opportunity to redefine relationships with his sons and grandchildren—Including Craig’s son and daughter. Craig shared candidly about his family, and the process of interviewing his father for “Pops.” Topics include:• The inspiration for writing “Pops”•  The fear of interviewing a parent• The importance of other “father figures” in Craig’s life•  The nature of addiction•  How the notion of “it takes a village” has shifted•  Craig’s kids’ relationship with their grandfather•  What “Modern Dadhood” means to Craig The guys round out the episode with a new batch of dadhood “Confessions”.[Episode Transcript]Links:Buy “Pops” at Powell’sCraig’s digital series “Dads Got This”Craig Melvin on InstagramRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Jul 30 2021
36 mins
The Dad I Never Knew | Hypnotist Paul Ramsay Redefines "Family"
What does the word "family" mean to you? Is it your immediate blood relatives with whom you share DNA? Or can "family" be chosen based on interpersonal relationships, regardless of ancestry? And who gets to decide the official definition, if not each one of us individually? Today, Adam and Marc welcome guest Paul Ramsay, a certified hypnotist, to share a compelling story about the dad he never knew, and how his experience as a son redefined the word "family" for him. Also, Marc's boys go a bit wild with some new rubber drinking straws! Episode 48 finds the guys back together recording in person for the first time in almost 16 months. They  open the conversation by reminiscing about the past year or more, and discuss their skepticism about fully accepting a return to normalcy. The guys welcome guest Paul Ramsay into the conversation. Paul is a Certified Hypnotist and a longtime friend and collaborator of Adam's. The guys quickly turn the show over to Paul, who recounts a compelling story about his experience with an absentee father, a stepdad who swept in and selflessly filled that paternal role, and what happened when a half sibling reached out to make contact after decades of silence.In an installment of "Did I Just SayThat Out Loud?", Marc shares an exclamation which might sound confusing (or even perverse) without explanation.[Episode Transcript]LINKS:Paul Ramsay, HypnotistBest Hypnosis TrainingBest Hypnosis Training on InstagramThe PartnerhoodRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Jul 16 2021
37 mins
Everything is Everything’s Everything | Ben Lee on Dadhood and Life
Jul 2 2021
30 mins
The Science of Living | Ben Lee on Fatherhood, Culture, Lifelong Learning
Parents are teachers. Even those of us without degree in education. Our children are constantly observing us and learning from our behaviors, personalities, and how we navigate adventures, crises, relationships, and life in general. Musician, activist, and rockstar dad Ben Lee joins the conversation for a deep dive on fatherhood, leading by example, and promoting a love for lifelong learning to our children. Plus, Marc recalls a time he got the flop sweats, and Adam's children drive him to literally question his very sanity!Episode is Part 1 of a 2 Part conversation with the multi-talented artist Ben Lee.The episode opens with a quick recap and reflection on Episode 45: Mom Takeover. The guys tee up the conversation with Australian musician, activist, and dad, Ben Lee, by discussing the unique challenge of trying to teach our children without OVER-teaching. How to impart wisdom without forcing a teachable moment into every experience. And how to allow yourself to step back and let them experience things for themselves when it’s appropriate.The guys welcome Ben Lee into the conversation. Ben is an artist in every sense of the word, and along with his wife Ione Skye, they are parents to 19 year old Kate (a stepdaughter to Ben), and 11 year old Goldie. Ben discusses post-pandemic life in Sydney, returning to live performance, and offers a deep dive on fatherhood, sharing candidly about topics including:• How live music has changed post-pandemic•  Meeting his future wife at 18 years old•  The beauty of "blended" family structures•  Kids and technology•  The value of expressing interest in their interests•  Giving people space to have their own experiences•  And moreThe conversation with Ben will carry on in Episode 47. Adam shares about what’s “a thing now” in the Flaherty home to round out the show... a "thing" which has led him to questioning his own sanity. And the guys close with well-wishes to all the dads on this Father’s Day Weekend 2021![Episode Transcript] Links:Ben Lee on InstagramBen Lee on TwitterWeirder TogetherB is for BeerBen Lee in QuarantineAuthor Jordan ShapiroColleen BallingerRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed AnimalAdam Flaherty
Jun 18 2021
38 mins
Mom Takeover! | Sarah Flaherty and Jamie Checket on Modern Momhood
Jun 4 2021
49 mins
When Life Throws You a Curve Ball | Adam & Marc Talk Moms and LifeHearing Beyond the Words | Richard Capriola on Adolescent Substance Abuse
At the end of the COVID tunnel, the thought of light is very appealing — 2020 was a whopper. The pandemic has affected us all differently. We’ve developed our own ways of navigating hurdles and managing emotional stress. Middle and high school kids faced unique challenges as they missed iconic milestones and were robbed of social lives. While drugs and alcohol have always been a concern for parents, 2020 saw a rise in addiction among adolescents looking for a coping mechanism. Author Richard Capriola brings decades of experience to the conversation and shares ideas on how parents can best support their kids. His book, “The Addicted Child,” lays out the warning signs and offers seasoned advice to help turn this trend around. Episode 43 of Modern Dadhood opens with a brief catch-up on Marc’s solo-dadding weekend and a realization that the release of this episode falls on the Friday of Mother’s Day weekend. The guys quickly formulate a plan to let their wives take over the next episode and mom it up for half an hour!The guys discuss their (quite different) experiences with their second doses of the Pfizer vaccine, which leads into a conversation about the pandemic, the light at the end, and the impacts that the past year has had on people of all ages. The guys discuss the differences between younger children and high school aged adolescents and coping mechanisms for stress, depression, and trauma—including drugs and alcohol. Marc brings up a recent episode of NHPR’s The Exchange, covering a similar topic with guest Jessica Lahey, before playing back a recent conversation with author Richard Capriola.Richard is a father one grown son who has spent much of his career counseling young people with alcohol and substance abuse issues, and recently published the book The Addicted Child, A Parent’s Guide to Adolescent Substance Abuse. Rick joins to promote his book, and we discuss topics including:•  Raising his son as a widower•  The importance of writing a simple and clear guide for parents•  The harm in labeling someone an "addict"•  When is the right time to discuss substance misuse with your kids?•  The neuroscience of adolescent substance use•  What has changed from the "Just Say No" era to now?•  Warning signs to watch out for in our kids•  The importance of listening to words and the feelings behind them•  What assessments are, and why they're important•  The impact of the pandemic on young people The episode culminates with a no-explanation-needed installment of Did I Just Say That Out Loud? in which Adam finds himself doing... some dirty work.Stay tuned for Episode 44, when our wives will take over the podcast—and do whatever the heck they want with the time![Episode Transcript] Links:Richard Capriola [website]The Addicted Child [Amazon]DrugFree.orgRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal [Marc's musical project]
May 7 2021
35 mins
Do Twin Dads Do It Better? | Shaw Flick on the Joys and Challenges of Raising Twins
Does being a parent to twins simply mean two of everything? There are certainly twice as many diapers to change, two bladders to potty train, and double the tears during teething. But to twin parents, the emotional impact and physical toll often feels more than double… it feels exponential. In this episode, Adam and Marc welcome Shaw Flick, a fellow dad of twins, to examine the unique challenges that twin parents endure. Also, Marc and his wife try not to bust a gut when their three-year-old son puts them in their place, in an installment of So That’s a Thing Now. Adam and Marc open the show by catching up on Marc’s new Disney+ subscription, and Marc shares an update to one of his recent Confessions regarding a bouncy ball from hell which made a brief comeback recently, before being permanently banned from the Checket household.The guys welcome creative copywriter and father of twin daughters, Shaw Flick, into the conversation. Shaw is a co-worker of Marc’s, though living in Portland, Oregon, they have only meet and collaborated virtually. As fathers of three-year-old twins, Marc and Shaw have plenty of twin-dad experiences to compare and contrast. Topics of the conversation include:•  The annoying things that people call out when they see twins•  Shaw’s history as the front man of the band Ra Ra Riot•  The unique set of challenges that twin parents are faced with•  The chaos of newborn multiples•   Encouraging individuality•  How to address when one twin takes on an alpha role•   Twin parent camaraderie•   And morePost-interview, Marc shares a So That’s a Thing Now which finds him getting scolded by one of his boys (and trying not to laugh when it happens). [Episode transcript] Links:Shaw Flick (LinkedIn)Shaw Flick (Instagram)Ra Ra RiotRed Vault AudioStuffed Animal (Marc's musical project)Caspar BabypantsSpencer Albee
Apr 23 2021
35 mins
Behind The Dad Mask | Brian Manor on Anxiety, Mental Illness, Fatherhood
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one in five adults in the U.S. lives with a mental illness. If anything, that statistic tells us that those who are struggling are not alone in their struggle. Still, reaching out for help can sometimes feel insurmountable. In this episode, guest Brian Manor, a dad to two, shares his personal story and talks openly about his challenges with clinical depression, social anxiety disorder, and seasonal affective disorder. Stick around to the end for another round of the infamous recurring segment, Confessions.  Episode 41 opens with hosts Adam and Marc briefly recounting their experiences getting their first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, coincidentally scheduled on the same day. The guys transition to a discussion of mental illness; specifically the ways in which society addresses mental health, and how the conversation has shifted over the past 30 years. The guys welcome Brian Manor to the conversation. Brian is a husband and a father of two. He lives in Wisconsin, works for a blood donation organization, and writes for his fatherhood-themed Fatterhood: A Humorous New Dad's Blog. Brian shares openly, (both in his blog and during our conversation), about his history with mental illness and how it has affected his life, his job, and his role as a father. The conversation covers many topics including:•  Why Brian is not ashamed of his mental health•  The difficulty in diagnosing mental health conditions in children•  Overlapping symptoms of clinical depression and anxiety disorders•  The importance of SEEKING HELP!•  The importance of checking on your friends if you’re concerned about them•  The rise of discussing mental illness publicly and without shame•  How educating his support system is helpful•  How finding the right provider led to significant improvement•  Being aware of potential signs in your children•  Shop around for the right provider if you are able to•  "It's not your fault, but it's your responsibility."The episode culminates with  arguably one of the strongest Confessions sessions to date.On a personal note from Adam and Marc, in each episode, we invite our listeners to reach out to us by e-mail. If you can relate to Brian's experience or you connect with this episode for any reason, you are more than welcome to reach out to us. While we are not experts on mental illness, fatherhood, or much of anything, really—we are good listeners. And we are here for you.We've included links below that pertain to our conversation with Brian, as well as some additional resources that we'd encourage you to explore. But as a reminder, there is no shame in seeking help. And, despite how it may feel, you are NOT alone. We love you and appreciate you![Episode Transcript]Links:Fatterhood: A Humorous New Dad's BlogChris Gethard "Career Suicide"Hannah Gatsby "Nanette" (Netflix)Marcus Parks / The Last Podcast on the LeftJordan Raskopoulos "Living With High Functioning Anxiety" TEDxSydney5 Minute Guide to Men's Mental HealthBeThe1ToNational Suicide Prevention LifelineAnxiety & Depression Association of AmericaRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer Albee
Apr 9 2021
36 mins
The Gang’s All Here | Sean Carrillo on Beck, Channing, and Step-Fatherhood
Sometimes, two people fall in love and choose to get married, one or both of those people have young children from a previous relationship, and a wonderful new blended family is formed. But it’s not always so clear cut. Enter Sean Carrillo, a media maker, technical director, writer, former-famous-coffee-shop-owner, and family man. Sean also happens to be the stepfather of accomplished musician Beck and artistic polymath Channing Hansen. Sean joins the Modern Dadhood conversation to discuss his family of artists, and how his parenting experience has felt a lot like hanging out with a group of friends. Also, find out why Marc’s wife is less than thrilled with her doctors! Episode 40 is a very special and personal one for Adam, and he wastes no time sharing about it. The episode is a continuation of Modern Dadhood’s exploration on what it means to be a stepfather. In a sharp contrast to Episode 39’s guest Rafael Torres, the guys welcome Sean Carrillo into the conversation. At 60 years old, Sean’s career has taken him from the performing arts to commercial and film production, directing, and editorial, to curating live events... and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Sean has been a stepfather for almost 40 years, and his family dynamic is far from typical. His wife Bibbe Hansen is a performance artist and actress, a protégé of Andy Warhol when she was young. Bibbe’s late father is Al Hansen, the renowned Fluxus artist. And his stepchildren are artist Channing Hansen, and musician Beck—a longtime favorite of Adam’s.Sean shares about growing up in Los Angeles in the 60s and 70s, meeting Bibbe while a member of the performance art group ASCO, and marrying her in the early 1980s when Beck and Channing were 12 and 10 years old, respectively. In a particularly unique step-parenting situation, Sean found that hanging with Bibbe and the boys, along with Rain Whittaker, a family friend who they took under their wing, felt more like hanging out with a group of peers than a  traditional parents/kids dynamic. Topics include:•  The idea of marrying someone with kids close to you in age•  Beck and Channing’s biological father David Campbell•  Los Angeles’ Troy Cafe, owned by Sean and Bibbe•  Did being a stepfather change when Beck and Channing began seeing commercial success?•  Beck and Channing as fathers•  And more To close out an epic episode, in a spinoff of the hit segment Did I Just Say That Out Loud?, Marc shares a story about his wife, his twin boys, a surgery, and some less than desirable operating conditions. [Episode Transcript] LINKS:Sean CarrilloBibbe HansenBeckChanning HansenBeck and Al Hansen: Playing With MatchesTroy CafeRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer Albee
Mar 26 2021
36 mins
Stepdad? Nah... Bonus Dad | Rafael Torres on Step Parenting, Stigma, Fatherhood
Parenthood is a challenging adventure. And in a blended family, step parenting comes with its own set of unique obstacles. From custody arrangements to personal conflicts to social stigma, step-fatherhood, in particular, has developed a curious reputation over the decades. Rafael Torres, a father to two young daughters, (one biological and one step), shares perspective and advice that all dads could benefit from hearing—and why he prefers the term “Bonus Dad" to step dad all day long. Stick around to the end for the special subsegment of "So That’s A Thing Now:" So Those Are Things Now.Modern Dadhood Episode 39 opens with a quick catch-up between hosts Marc and Adam in which Marc shares about his twin boys’ recent third birthday celebration. They briefly discuss Adam’s uncharacteristic (and moderately unbecoming) mustache, and a miraculous and unlikely victory by Modern Dadhood on TheOnlyPodcastAwardThatActuallyMatters.com... before transitioning to the episode’s ACTUAL topic: step parenting.Neither Adam nor Marc have step parents or step children, so the perspective discussed prior to guest Rafael Torres joining, are solely based on observations of their friends, and cultural interpretations and stigmas. They quickly welcome Rafael, a father to one biological daughter and stepdad a second daughter, into the conversation. Rafael is a structural steel designer and drafter, as well as the moderator of the Bonus Parents Facebook group. Through a candid discussion about Rafael’s own experience as a stepfather (which he proudly refers to as a “Bonus Dad,”) as well as his observations from moderating a group of fellow bonus parents, Rafael sheds light on the best parts, and the most challenging parts, of a blended family. Topics include: • Witnessing your partner as a parent from the beginning of your relationship• ALL the parenting acronyms!• References and support for step parents• Custody and other common blended family issues• Navigating relationships with biological parents• Overcoming misconceptions and stigmas around step parenting• Learning to decode your stepchild’s languageMarc shares a So That’s A Thing Now involving one of his three-year-olds and a new recurring question before closing out the episode. [Episode Transcript] Links:Bonus Parents (Facebook)Co-Parenting SubRedditBlended Family FrappeNational Stepfamily Resource CenterThe StepfatherThe Only Podcast Award That Actually MattersRed Vault AudioCaspar BabypantsSpencer Albee
Mar 12 2021
34 mins

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