A podcast about growing up and growing old. Join a daughter and dad team for a conversation about art, animation, video games, comics, games and California. Kennedy and her dad, Aaron, share stories and play games related to growing up now versus growing up then.
Best Field Trips, Ranking Easter Candy and Why Kids Stop Drawing
On this episode of the the father and daughter podcast Kennedy and Aaron talk about what makes a good teacher, sports they played while growing up, the best school field trips and why kids stop drawing.
School Dances, Saturday Mornings and Faux Fashion
On this episode of the Like Daughter, Like Dad podcast father and daughter podcasting duo discuss toy commercials, pillow pets, nurf guns and cartoons. We also talk about what it would be like to have different parents and what is was like going to school dances. On the game segment we play around of Faux or Fashion where we try to guess which fashions trends are real and which are made up.
TV Show Theme Songs, Elementary School Trends and State Fairs
On this episode the daughter and dad duo talk about trends the remember during elementary school, the good and bad of the California State Fair and they try and stump each other with lyrics from TV shows.
Recess Woes, Laser Tag and Are We There Yet?
On this episode of Like Daughter Like Dad Aaron and Kennedy talk about good and bad memories from the elementary school playgrounds. Kennedy talks about selecting what to wear to school and the hosts face off in a game of Slang it where Aaron tries to be relevant and Kennedy tries not to laugh.
A Vending Machine for Art and Favorite Color Questions
On this episode of Like Daughter Like Dad Kennedy and her dad talk about their adventure buying art from a vending machine in Burbank California. They also discuss why adults don’t ask each other what their favorite color is while offering up some thoughts on Renaissance Fairs, a Batman Podcast, the news and how to play Hearthstone at school.
I enjoy this dad & daughter podcast because you talk about my generation and my kids generation then you add in all the things I love or loved as a kid and it’s a barrel of fun. I admire the relationship between you two and if podcast were a thing when I was a kid my amazing dad and I would totally do one. Keep up the fun