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Sell Your Children to the Gypsies (a fable)

Sell Your Children to the Gypsies! (a fable)

It’s Spring Break for the Seidels. Will she survive? We both made a huge mistake this week. K plans a radically different birthday party. A’s daughter gives her a pat on the back. Eli gets a fat lip and makes a major announcement. A becomes a royal brat about sleeping bags. Justine is having issues [...]

A Real Workout for Real Moms 3.1.12

Losing the bellyfat after having children might seem impossible, but K and A’s favorite workout takes 15 minutes in your living room. No weights, Zumba, Pilates…what is it? Oxycise. A makes a huge apology to K. And why are K’s boys getting mud pies for Valentine’s Day next year? Has K recovered from her “fried [...]

Willpower: Can’t Change Kids’ Bad Habits 2.2.12

A shares the latest research on Dopamine and how it affects your brain. It’s NOT what we believed. How can you use this info to help your children with their bad habits? K’s getting gross again but it’s for an important health reason that she’s talking poop. The stress in K’s home has affected Eli [...]

Bellyfat: Sinister or Sexy? 1.12.12

We make an important decision about our podcast. What does K do that shocks A’s 8 year old. A digs up dirt on Sephora. How is Payless Shoes and indicator of our depressed economy? How are Zumba and YouTube connected? What gets us talking about pole dancing and marshmallows? (More below…) We apologize in advance [...]

Teens Talking Back Have Bright Futures

Just who is the boss in this duo? K’s griping about Duchess and 125 is her new favorite number. Why are our parents grounded for putting us on an emotional┬ároller coaster? What is making A feeling like a total geek? A finds research that backs up her advice to argue with your teens more. When [...]

Allowance for Chores Part 2: Teaching Your Kids About Money

K shares her sure-fire strategy to stay away from birthday cake while A is in a baking frenzy. A fills her cup by recruiting her 5 year old son and oranges, K takes on zebras while enjoying Ernest Hemminway’s prose and finding a new musical muse. We foam about kids and foul language, K shares [...]

The Big “O” – How Your Husband Can Fill Your Cup

Orgasms are our Steaming Cup topic in the second half of our show. ***Not For Children*** How did A fill her cup this week? And why is K saying she’s like a toasted marshmallow? K’s husband ordered her to fill her cup. Why is A giving a shout-out to her technically savvy, 13 year old [...]

The Myth Of Multitasking in Parenting: The After Show

We review our interview with author Dave Crenshaw and discuss how The Myth of Multitasking has impacted our lives. We share some rules about brown rice.What messages are we sending our kids when we’re so busy…You don’t matter to me. Did we “draw the line in the sand” like Dave suggested? K shares the experience [...]

Multitasking in Parenting: Helpful or Harmful?

Are you a Multitasking Addict? Are you teaching your children to multitask? How are the techno-gadgets (like the iPhone and Android) that are supposed to save us time, actually eating more time and damaging relationships with our loved ones? This is an exclusive interview with Dave Crenshaw, bestselling author of  The Myth of Multitasking and [...]

Ready For a Spring Fling?

Latte Extra Foam 04/07/2011 Today’s Topics: We’ve got a really exciting positive parenting announcement for our Steaming Cup Story. You won’t want to miss this! K’s got it bad for Bill Gates and how he’s messing with her NLP. We also share why “after” is one of our favorite parenting words. A foams about her [...]

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