6 episodes

Created by a Father-Daughter team, E and Me is designed to help other families have honest conversations about important topics. E is 12, and she talks each episode with her Dad about things like relationships, body image, faith, doubt, and the difficulties of growing up. Above all, E and Me is about love and sharing truth.

E and Me Podcast Robb and Ellie McCoy

    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

Created by a Father-Daughter team, E and Me is designed to help other families have honest conversations about important topics. E is 12, and she talks each episode with her Dad about things like relationships, body image, faith, doubt, and the difficulties of growing up. Above all, E and Me is about love and sharing truth.

    Shelter in Place

    Shelter in Place

    This episode, which was recorded just before the Shelter in Place order started in Illinois, E and Me talk about their fears, anxieties, and disappointments surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. 
    Some of the questions we ponder:
    1. How is the shelter-in-pace affected you? Is your mood different? How are you handling the initial disappointment surrounding all that has been cancelled?
    2. Name some of the fears we share. Not in order to panic one another, but to be honest about what is happening.
    3. How do you respond to fear?

    • 25 min
    Jealousy

    Jealousy

    We kick off season 2 with a special guest: Lucy! Our biggest podcast fan is E's little sister, so she joined us for this episode, and the topic was her idea too. We talk about sibling rivalry, jealousy over attention among friends and over stuff, and how to deal with jealous feelings.
    Some of the questions we ponder:
    1. How does jealousy effect siblings and friends?
    2. What are the items (like shoes or phones) that make kids jealous at school?

    • 30 min
    The Future

    The Future

    In episode 4, we talk about the future. No, not flying cars or colonies on Mars. More like, what E wants to be when she grows up. Growing up, finding talents, and being involved with activities can become stressful. How do we navigate all the activities? How do you decide what you want to be?

    • 24 min
    Relationships, part 2

    Relationships, part 2

    This is Relationships, part 2. Also known as "I like like you." We talk about having a crush, when our relationships with boys/girls shifted. Plus, Robb talks about the idea of meeting a boy Ellie brings home with a shot gun. Spoiler Alert: It's stupid. We also talk about the importance of loving and being kind to kids who are discovering that they are LGBTQ.

    • 36 min
    Relationships, part 1

    Relationships, part 1

    This is Relationships, part 1. Also known as "I like you." Next episode will be "I like like you." In this episode we talk about friendships, the importance of trust, and how to rise above the drama. Friendships are an important part of growing up, so there are chances to talk about jealousy, trust, bullying, and drama magnets.

    We ask an important question: How can you tell the difference between good friends and toxic friends?

    • 29 min
    Body image and fitness

    Body image and fitness

    We introduce ourselves and the idea behind the show. Then we start to talk about body image and fitness. Some of the important questions we ask: What is beautiful? What do you see when you look in the mirror?

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

PastorClay13 ,

Great listen for dads

As a relatively new dad (my son is two, and Baby #2 is due in Sept.) this is a beautiful example of open and honest conversation between parent and child. Thank you, Rob and Elle, for modeling a loving parent/child relationship and how to have meaningful, respectful conversations.

TRUMC ,

Start conversations

This is a great way for kids and parents to grow closer together. The conversation breaks help make this the most interactive podcast I know.

breep98 ,

First 4 episodes

Great podcast!! Very real conversations about life and growing up.

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