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We provide new parents with practical information to help preserve their sanity. Both moms and dads discuss common parenting concerns for their toddlers. With the help of our experts, parents get the superhero strength they need to tackle the world, and the next dirty diaper. The show is part of the Parents On Demand Network.

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    • Kids & Family
    • 3.9, 62 Ratings

We provide new parents with practical information to help preserve their sanity. Both moms and dads discuss common parenting concerns for their toddlers. With the help of our experts, parents get the superhero strength they need to tackle the world, and the next dirty diaper. The show is part of the Parents On Demand Network.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
62 Ratings

62 Ratings

Tophie's Mom ,

Really great info

Just got done listening to "Terrible Twos or Terrific Twos," and wanted to write a review about how helpful I thought it was. However, all of the episodes I've listened to have been helpful in learning how to navigate parenting as a first time parent. The info is relevant and the experts who are featured on the various episodes are always knowledgeable and have advice that is realistic. There is a bit of advertising on the podcast, but they need to be able to keep the podcast going somehow. Definitely listen to this, especially if you ever doubt what you are doing as a parent.

JesWa77 ,

Good show turned advertisement 🙄

I used to really enjoy listening to this show. There is still good information and episodes, but it seems like every episode ends in a commercial for a product. As in whoever the guest is discussing the topic is actually promoting something instead of just providing information or participating in a discussion. I will be looking for a new parenting podcast!

AshleyLenae ,

Dangerous Advice

I am really disappointed in this show which happened to be the first I listened to for this podcast. A doTerra salesperson was on the show spouting dangerous medical advice which really makes me question the credibilty of this show. First of all, there is easy-to-find evidence that doTerra actually adulurates their oils (third-party testing). Their "Certified Grade Therapeutic Oil" labeling is marketing only--it is not a real regulation or certification and it is trademarked by doTerra themselves which is super sketchy. Also, people sign up for a distributer account to buy oils at a discount and suddenly it is as though they are medical experts going out and dispensing medical advice without the necessary education. Aromatherapists in general do not recommend internal ingestion of oils unless supervised by a VERY highly trained professional as this is pharmaceutical-grade medicine and essential oils are incredibly potent and can do real damage. Since they are so powerful, they are amazing to have in our home pharmacy! But we must respect the plants and understand how to properly use them! OnGuard has components that make it completely unsafe to apply to babies under 2 years old whether diluted or not! Essential oils are powerful and work, but this show was very disappointing as the "expert" was just a sales rep parroting the doTerra pitch without doing her homework regarding safety.

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