I mean, you guys, the title says it all. Like, literally.
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Ep 10.5: Just like episode 10, but this time Jack’s interview has SOUND.
In this episode we talk about the impending invasion of the children, as well as how to raise feminist sons and be a less sexist boss. Jack also gives us a talent show update.
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We talk about the AAP juice ban and what sunscreen you should rub on your squirmy kids this summer. Plus we talk to 2 actual kids about the ridiculous fidget spinner craze.
Also: I THINK WE FIXED OUT SOUND PROBLEM– What do you think?
Notes on sunscreen:
Here’s the WORST LIST.
Here’s the BEST LIST.
I like this for my body and this for my face. I know it’s fairly toxic, but is smells awesome and goes on sheer with a bit of glitter, and I am really, really, really shallow. For the kids, we do this head to toe. It scores 3 which is good enough for me, and it’s about $9 for 6 ounces, which is fairly reasonable, I think.
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We talk with a bunch of moms about being moms at a party for moms– it was all super meta. Also, hear more about BASEBALL because you know you want to.
We talk with fellow mom-of-four Kate Johnson, who blogs at lonek8.com, about the chaos and neglect of life with four are-they-all-yours, boy-you-have-your-hands-full kids.
We’ll tell you about the plague that’s struck our house, and you’ll get to hear from Harry and Jack.
Harry has a story about the shoe that got away, and Jack reviews The Magic Treehouse series in general and his current read in particular.
Also Ben shaved, and we are all really proud of him for that.
As always, check out the Harry Times blog for more about our riveting lives.
And here’s my May Madison Moms Blog post.
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We discuss the challenges of parenting a kid or two with ADHD.
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