S3E7 Founding Fatherhood part 2 Rewriting History

main idea: How to teach children the truth (good and bad) about our founding fathers, and how to teach them about Liberty.  If you have never heard the story about how Kasie and Jessica became friends, here is the Cliff’s Notes version: The two embarked upon the journey that was the 2020 Libertarian Party NationalContinue reading “S3E7 Founding Fatherhood part 2 Rewriting History”

S3E2: Founding Fatherhood Part 1

In honor of Father’s Day we thought it would be nice to bring on some of our favorite Dads this week to discuss fatherhood, and the importance of father figures in raising liberty-minded kids. Our guests are: Jason Lyon, also known as “Mr. Murica”, host of The Bearded Truth on Muddied Waters Media. Jason has Continue reading “S3E2: Founding Fatherhood Part 1”

S3E1 Crayons, Coloring Books, and Colorblind Parenting pt 2

“Love is Blind” with guest Ashley Shade Notes: Approaches to the discussion of LGBT issues- “Coming Out” and the conversations around gender identity, queerness and one’s own orientation; how young? What should they know and when? (Pt 1 in S1Ep3) As we kick off Season 3 in the middle of Pride Month we thought itContinue reading “S3E1 Crayons, Coloring Books, and Colorblind Parenting pt 2”

S2 E12: There is No Rubric: Becoming a Parent Without Clear Examples

Main Idea: We all want to be “good” parents but how do we know what that means? Link to the podcast Tonight we take on all those insecurities in modern parenthood. Namely: How do you know that you are doing a decent job? Well adjusted, kind, respectful, positive feedback from others.  Do you find yourselfContinue reading “S2 E12: There is No Rubric: Becoming a Parent Without Clear Examples”

S2 E9: Meanest Mom in the Neighborhood

Main Idea: You’re not their friend. You’re their mom. Do the hard work of parenting. Link to the podcast When Hollie was little, I used to send kids home when they asked for food. They could have water and they had to drink it in the kitchen. Sometimes I made popcorn. But they had toContinue reading “S2 E9: Meanest Mom in the Neighborhood”

Episode 11: Spitballs and Personal Responsibility

Main idea: Knowing when and HOW to accept responsibility and apologize Who we are: I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia- daughter (age 12) I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 3rd grade.  I’m Melissa in the lowcountry, 3 kids in elementary school The purpose and scopeContinue reading “Episode 11: Spitballs and Personal Responsibility”

Episode 10: Tattletales

Main idea: How has tattletaling has become the way we deal with other adults? Who we are: I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia and I’m happily homeschooling my daughter (age 12) I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 6rd grade.  I’m Melissa in the lowcountry, 3Continue reading “Episode 10: Tattletales”

Episode 8: Cancel Culture & Voluntary Association (Part 1)

Main idea: The difference between Cancel Culture and Voluntary Association Who we are I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia and my daughter is 12 I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 6rd grade.  The purpose and scope of the episode-  A timely discussion about how cancelContinue reading “Episode 8: Cancel Culture & Voluntary Association (Part 1)”

Episode 3: Crayons, Coloring Books, and Colorblind Parenting

Kasie, Jessica, Melissa, and Alex get a little sloshy and talk racism. #NoKarens Here are the show notes: Main Idea: Talking to kids about racism, and why it is important to do so The purpose and scope of the podcast What they can expect in each episode Who we are (Name, location, something about youContinue reading “Episode 3: Crayons, Coloring Books, and Colorblind Parenting”