There are many unanswered questions in this world and Tai Poole wants to get to the bottom of them all. On this episode of the Parenting Then and Now podcast, Sam sits down with Tai and his mom to discuss his curiosity, his podcast and more.Read More
Raised in the 70's and 80's, this mother of six who has taken the wise words and advice of her Irish Catholic grandmother and used this knowledge to become the amazing parent that she is today.
Julie's childhood was largely influenced by not only her grandmother, but her parents, her siblings and her close-knit family structure that informed how she would one day become Superwoman extraordinaire.Read More
Jacki Yovanoff grew up in the most conventional of conventional families. She went to Catholic school, her father worked outside the home and her mother stayed home with Jacki and her younger brother while the kids were young. Jackie completed high school, went to university, got married and had kids, "just like she was supposed to do."
It wasn't until a point in her marriage that she realized that the life she was living was not for her.Read More
Millennial dad Casey Palmer has a few ideas about how to prepare his kids for the digital world in which they’ll reside. His insights are the result of not only his experiences growing up, but his current success as an Influencer who understands that as the ways in which we communicate rapidly changes, so should we prepare our kids with the tools to adapt.Read More
Dr. Sean Hayes joins Sam to discuss the changes in society and culture related to parenting over the past 30+years. How did we go from latchkey kids to helicopter parenting? Dr Hayes breaks it down in this episode.Read More