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Developers by day, dads by night. Hosts Brent Basham and Andrew Currie love technology and love their kids. Digital Dads is the playground where they get to share the joys and pains of both. Join them as they navigate the uncharted waters of raising kids in a rapidly changing digital world. Armed with only their passion for innovation and childhoods from the stone age, they attempt to contextualize this rather strange moment in history.



Make no mistake, they can't do this alone. The only chance they have at making sense of this epic journey comes directly from the feedback and support of an incredibly engaged audience. So what are you waiting for? Help them potential listener, you're their only hope!

Digital Dads Brent Basham & Andrew Currie

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.7, 106 Ratings

Developers by day, dads by night. Hosts Brent Basham and Andrew Currie love technology and love their kids. Digital Dads is the playground where they get to share the joys and pains of both. Join them as they navigate the uncharted waters of raising kids in a rapidly changing digital world. Armed with only their passion for innovation and childhoods from the stone age, they attempt to contextualize this rather strange moment in history.



Make no mistake, they can't do this alone. The only chance they have at making sense of this epic journey comes directly from the feedback and support of an incredibly engaged audience. So what are you waiting for? Help them potential listener, you're their only hope!

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

JamesReed! ,

Great Show!

Not yet a Dad but this show is very informative. In this modern age, you should be equipped with great ideas on how to educate your children about the effect of technology.

Perin77 ,

Awesome

We have a new son, 2.5 months old, and I am definitely learning alot of what to look for as he gets older. Very informative and entertaining

rider158 ,

Not exactly a Digital Dad

Hey Brent and Andrew, I'm a digital mom. I've been following the show for about a year now, and since I'm fortunate enough to be able to stay home with my kids I was able to go all the way back to episode one and listen to every podcast. I just finished episode 109, and I love what you guys are doing and what you're all about.
You're always wanting to hear from digital moms too, so I thought I might chime in with this suggested subject. I have four kids, a boy in 8th grade, a boy in 6th grade, and twin girls in kindergarten. The schools and the district we are in are fabulous in every aspect, but what I'm going to focus on is bullying. My boys went to the same grade school K-5 not one problem with bullies in ten years. This year my second son joined his big brother in middle school (same district) and he loves it, he loves riding the bus, lunch, everything. Even when I offer rides he wants to ride the bus. Naturally when he started asking for a ride to school and not wanting to ride the bus, even in tears begging me, I knew something was going on. Sure enough he was being bullied. There's tons of information out there for prevention, how to prepare your kids, and intervention etc. but I haven't heard a whole lot about what to do when you find out your child is being bullied by a sibling. My 8th grader was bullying his 6th grade little brother. There is a lot to take into consideration in this situation though, there can be more than one victim and the way it is handled is very important. The bullied one needs to be comforted, validated and even apologized to, but the perpetrator is often a victim as well. In our case, my 6th grader has ADHD and a few other behavior issues which cause our (mine and my husband's) attention to be decided in his direction quite often. This was the only reason I could think of that he would want to cut his little brother down. Thanks for all your time and effort, keep up the great work.
Lisa

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