Parenting for the Everyday is a Christian parenting podcast consisting of two moms down in the trenches of parenthood. These moms are setting out to ask all the burning questions about parenting. From how to keep your toddler in bed to when to talk to your kids about sex and everything in between, you don’t want to miss this parenting advice.
New episodes are released on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. Don’t miss out on the best parenting advice!
How do You Keep Romance Alive?
Is dating your spouse related to parenting? The answer is YES! Join us as we talk about dating your spouse in different seasons of parenting. Why it matters, tips and tricks to make it happen, and what to avoid.
Mental Health Part 3: The truth about Bullying
This is the final part of our three-part series on Mental Health. Did you know that the CDC states that 1 in 5 high schoolers report being bullied? In this episode, we'll sit down with Jen Hoffman, a licensed professional counselor, as we discuss why bullying exists, the mental and physical damage it can cause our children, and how to lead your children through it no matter what side of the bullying they are on.
Mental Health Part 2: What do we need to know about depression in kids?
This is part two of our three-part series, where we talk about mental health. Depression is a word that is commonly used and thrown around. We sit down with licensed counselor Jessica Wojnarowski as she helps us break down what it means to struggle with depression, how to build resilience in our kids, what warning signs to look for, and when to seek help. This episode covers a wide variety of topics, including situational depression and even suicide.
Mental Health Part 1: What does anxiety look like for kids?
Mental health is such an important topic. As parents, we must know how to prepare and equip our children to be healthy. We are kicking off our mental health series, talking about anxiety. It seems like more and more people experience it. What exactly is it? How does it affect our kids? How can we teach them to navigate it as they grow into adulthood? Shannon Miller, a licensed professional clinical counselor, and Kristina Holwerda, a licensed independent social worker, join us. Both specialize in kids and adolescents and share their expertise and wisdom to help us parents know the do’s and don’ts to help us understand how to best help our kids walk through tough spots.
If you or someone you know is suffering from anxiety and needs help, please reach out at the link below.https://ccchapel.com/care/
Santa is a hot topic among Christian parents; many draw a hard line in the sand. Why is there so much controversy around jolly old St. Nick? Can you point to Jesus and also do Santa in your house? What about lying to your kids? Today, we sit down and share how we grew up and what we do with our kids. Our answers might surprise you!
Are Sports Dangerous? The Parent + Kid’s Relationship (Part 3)
Did you know that youth sports is a 37-billion-dollar industry? How do you know when and to what level should your kids participate in sports? Should all kids play sports? What is my role as a parent? It’s such a complicated topic that we couldn’t do it in just one episode.. In this three-part series, we sit down with two professionals passionate about healthy and unhealthy interactions with sports and how they integrate into our faith including a former D1 coach.