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Parenting in Real Life

Alan and Alexis Tanner

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As the parents of 5 kids, we know what it's like to be in survival mode. To feel like you're just trying to get through the day. We have found that it's the simple, every day joys that make parenting more fun. We help parents laugh a bit more and create fun in day to day parenting. Listen to our podcast for simple ways to have fun as a family. Visit us at www.parentingirlpodcast.com.
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We are sad to let you know, that this is the final episode of the Parenting in Real Life Podcast. We took this episode to share a few things we learned from podcasting for 7.5 years. This whole podcast documented our kids' young years and us learning as young parents. When we started, our oldest was 5 years old and now our youngest is 5. We'll leav…
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In this episode, we interviewed Angela Santomero, the creator of iconic children's shows like Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood and Blue's Clues. We discussed the importance of staying playful as parents and the valuable lessons we can learn from children's shows. We also talk about how to implement times of playfulness so you can connect and create fun …
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We are super excited to have Brooke Romney on this podcast episode! In this interview, we discuss helping kids step out of their comfort zones, embracing mistakes, praising effort over outcomes, and setting clear expectations for children. We also have some great tips for parents too about remembering that every new parenting step means new things …
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On this episode, we discuss emotional intelligence for children with life coach, business coach, and parent, Jody Moore. We explore the importance of allowing children to experience negative emotions without labeling them as problems. We delve into the concept of emotional intelligence and the benefits it brings to both children and parents. We als…
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In episode 164 of Parenting in Real Life, we interview three passionate women from Bloomfully, a company dedicated to helping tweens and teens. We discuss cultivating confidence and strength in young people amidst social media and technology. The importance of growth mindset, trying new things, and creating routines for stability is emphasized. We …
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In this mini episode, we discuss the value of Halloween candy and which ones are worth indulging in. This is totally for fun because we think you should be able to do what you want, but if you're trying to be more health conscious, but want to eat of few pieces of your kids' Halloween candy, we're sharing the ones that may be worth it. If you have …
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In this episode of Parenting in Real Life, we discuss the importance of gratitude. We share practical strategies for cultivating gratitude in our homes, including daily practices and incorporating it into family conversations. We also explore ways to foster gratitude with our kids, such as using gratitude journals. There are some really great thoug…
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In this episode of Parenting in Real Life, Dayna Abraham, author of "Calm the Chaos," provides practical guidance for overwhelmed parents. She shares a roadmap of five stages for parenting success and emphasizes the importance of connection, understanding, and self-compassion. Dana encourages open conversations, problem-solving, and repairing after…
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In this episode of Parenting in Real Life, we discuss three unpopular parenting opinions. We talk about monitoring our children's candy consumption, our thoughts on smartphones or social media for our kids, and whether we pay or don't pay our own kids when they babysit. And then we throw in a few more. Do you agree? Or disagree? Let us know on Inst…
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In this episode of Parenting in Real Life, we speak with Jenny Layton, a professional organizer and life coach, about achieving better organization in our spaces and schedules. Jenny's holistic approach addresses the underlying reasons behind disorganization and offers practical tips for decluttering and creating a "home base" for mental clarity. W…
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In this episode of Parenting in Real Life, we address challenges with our kids' struggling to be kind and how we're trying to help that with our kindness jar challenge. We explore different maternity leave policies around the world and the impact on parents' careers. We also share practical tips for when you've been working or busy all day and your…
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In episode 158 of Parenting in Real Life, we interview Ashley Bartley, an elementary school counselor and author, about helping kids solve problems, manage emotions, and be kind. We discuss teaching independence and problem-solving skills, recognizing and regulating emotions, and how to help our kids foster kindness. Ashley shares valuable insights…
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Fall is just about here and Christmas will be here before you know it. This season seems to fly by and can often leave us stressed with all the activities going on and money that is spent. In episode 157 of Parenting in Real Life, we dive into the wonders of fall, discuss tips for saving money during the holiday season, and highlight family-friendl…
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In this episode, we interviewed Joe Hashey of the Strong Family Project. We talk about keys to building a strong family, how to set family goals and follow up with them, and creating a family system that works. The Hashey's are intentional parents who have taken the time to really think about what they want for their family and they're doing it. We…
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It's been a few months since our last podcast episode. But we are officially back! And will be posting each week again. We also have some big changes happening our int family so hear the update on the Tanners! Plus, we share our 4 favorite back to school organization tips to help keep you sane these next few weeks. Thanks so much for listening! Fin…
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Figuring out a work-life balance in the summer can be tricky. Whether you're working from home or just trying to get some things done around the house, it can be tricky to know how to get things done with your kids home at all times. In this episode, we're going to share our best tips for getting things done as well as ideas for better screen time …
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Summer is almost here and that means that kids are going be home all the time. We have spent the last seven years trying to figure out what to do with our kids when they come home from school for the summer. We're going to tell you the things that have been working for us and what we have really enjoyed doing over the summer. Summer Bucket List One…
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Do finances and chores seem to cause contention between you and your spouse? Or maybe you feel like things aren't balanced quite right. Then this episode is for you! We have some great tips from Brain Page about how to be on the same page as your spouse when it comes to finances and household chores. Brian Page is the founder of Modern Husbands, a …
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We recently did a book review of The Coddling of the American Mind and we talked about how experts are finding that young adults in college are often unable to handle the challenges that come with life. It really struck a chord with us because we are raising a bunch of people that we hope won't be that way. So we are starting a journey where we're …
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Are your kids having a hard time being a good friend to others? Maybe they can't seem to get along or don't know what to do when they're playing. That was the problem of one listener and you may relate, I know we do. In this episode, we interviewed Stephanie Valdez of Empowerful Girls who talks about how to be a good friend and how we as parents ca…
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The world is pretty chaotic and we are all on a fast pace which often ends up coming home with us. And on top of that, having a family can be stressful. But it doesn't always have to be! In this episode we are talking about how to unwind and destress as a family. We have lots of different ideas so you can pick ways that make sense for your family s…
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This is part two of our conversation from last week so if you haven't listened to that make sure you check out episode 147 first. In this episode, we are talking about the book The Coddling of the American Mind and the tools they teach to help our kids be more resilient. In the book they talk about three untruths and last week we talked about the f…
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Today we're going to be talking about the book, t=The Coddling of the American Mind. Alan recently read it and it definitely changed his perspective on parenthood. The book talks about how these two authors have seen a trend in particularly in colleges. We're not gonna focus on the college part because we have small kids, but they give tips on how …
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In this episode, we are going to talk about how to use podcasts to bond with your kids. As much as we love to listen to podcasts for ourselves and the things that we like to learn about, we find that podcasts are also a great tool to connect with our kids. This can be on road trips or when we're doing chores or it just helps us find things to talk …
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We are really tired of our kids fighting and tired of us having to be the referees, breaking things up, and punishing our kids on the spot. So today we're going to be telling you about a new system that we are trying and how it's working for our family so far. This new system is a family council where we meet once a week and let our kids help decid…
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