The pleasures, pratfalls & practical lessons of parenting in the modern world.
How to give your children more freedom as they get older
Our children are growing up and venturing out into the big wide world on their own or with friends. Katy Gosset looks at how we manage our own anxiety and let our children spread their wings.
What to do when your children swear
Whether it's potty talk or the f-bomb, kids will eventually say something offensive. How do we decide what's unacceptable and what to let slide? Katy Gosset looks at swearing and its subtleties.
How to build up confidence in children
Where does self-confidence come from ? Some children are bursting with it while an absence of it holds others back. Katy Gosset finds confidence is a learned behaviour that any of us can tap into.
Teaching children to do chores
How do we get children to help out around the house without asking them 100 times? Or do we just give in and end up being a slave to our kids. Katy Gosset looks at whether there's a better way.
How to make sure we treat our children fairly
"Ít's not fair !" Kids say it. We deny it. But how do we actually teach our children about fairness. And should life even be fair ? Katy Gosset looks at one of parenting's prickly issues.
Helping children cope with the ongoing impact of the Canterbury earthquakes
How do you help children cope with a life-threatening incident? And what if you’re stressed yourself? Katy Gosset looks at the far reaching emotional effects of the Canterbury earthquakes.
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Are We There Yet
I just wanted to write in praise of the Katy Gosset’s podcast series, “Are We There yet?”. These podcasts have become my favourite listening tipple to and from work each day. As a working mum, I have found the series interesting, informative and humourous, and I love the way each of the relevant topics are broken down into bite-sized chunks and combine a mixture of expert information, parental anecdotes and comparisons to the past, with snippets of historical audio putting the issue into perspective for the modern day parenting generation. Despite the controversial or heavy nature or some of the subjects that are dealt with, they are sensitively handled and relevant to all parents stumbling along on the journey of raising children. It is comforting to know that your not alone in dealing with the many issues, big or small these podcasts have discussed. And to top it all off, it’s entertaining and cleverly put together, with a wry smile we can all relate to.
Fantastic short clips of parenting advice.
A great podcast with humour, relatable topics, and good up to date parenting advice. I love that it takes 11 minutes for this podcast to get me thinking on how I can improve my parenting style.