Category: Parenting Fails

Show 114: Live Without a Net

Sometimes, you talk and act, talk and react to the things your kids are doing. Yes, we try to help them learn and take personal responsibility but you can only do so much to actually guide them. At some point, they

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Show 109: Money (or the Lack Thereof)

Money doesn’t grow on trees. We know that. But, some people do well with money. Some people do not. Sometimes a couple can’t agree on how to spend what they do have and sometimes that leads to bad consequence. Oh,

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Show 103: Awkward S**t

Beer Dad Paul is on vacation (at the time of the recording) and we have our most frequent guest, Stacy Verner, in the studio to talk about all kinds of awkwardness including what the title implies. It’s an awkward kind

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Show 97: Tackling the Sportsball

The Super Bowl just ended. A brutal year in a brutal sport that left some with bad injuries. Some to the legs, arms and ribs. Others, to the brain. Football is a dangerous and gruesome sport; yet we love it.

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Show 91: The Irresolute New Year

It’s a new year. We hope you all had a safe and fun one. Do you make new years resolutions? Do you follow them? Why or why not? What makes a good one, anyway? The Beer Dads talk about theirs,

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Show 82: Cardiac Kids

Let’s face it, all kids are accident prone. Each one of them are an accident waiting to happen. Parents seem to freak out when an accident happens to one of your kids. Sick is one thing; accidents are another. The

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Show 75: Diamonds are NOT Forever: the Recap

So, we played a little game this time around. Tim threw out a show number and name and Jon, Paul and he all updated, recapped or disputed what we had originally talked about. That’s partially true. Really, The Dads were

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Show 63: The Figured-It-Out Parent

We all know them, right? The parents that have all the answers. The parents that want to dispense unsolicited advice about how you’re supposed to handle any and most every parenting scenario there is, whether or not they’ve any experience

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Show 60: The Parenting Pivot

As our kids get older, our focus, when it comes to our kids, shifts. When you go from diapers to potty training; elementary school to middle school; middle to high school; college to the workforce. All are just examples of

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Show 54: Birthday parties, memory maker or chance to show off?

Birthday parties.  We have all been through them, from the cute 1st year party that means adult drinks and hovering over a cake smashing kid (fun) to the house full of other peoples kids and the nefarious goodie bags.  As

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