5.09.2007

Daddy Panel 13: Not Yet Rated

The title of this episode – the lucky 13 episode - is ‘Not Yet Rated’ because we talk about those words that we don’t talk about – at least around the little kiddies, that is. We get into ways to converse with adults without the kids picking up the vernacular and using it when – or where – they shouldn’t.


Not to worry – the show is safe for little ears.

We also talk about milestones in our kid’s lives – like their first REAL bed. We talk about other milestones that make us all think – wow – the kids ARE growing up!

Please Join PD, Greg, Rob, Dennis and newcomer Kevin as they convene the Daddy Panel.

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4 comments:

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wsh1266 said...

Glad to have you back!

I'm tagging you in a new 8 things meme, if you'd like to play along.

Each player lists 8 facts/habits about themselves. The rules of the game are posted at the beginning before those facts/habits are listed. At the end of the post, the player then tags 8 people and posts their names, then goes to their blogs and leaves them a comment, letting them know that they have been tagged.

Mine are at the LD Podcast blog at http://gnmnetworks.com/ldp

Great to have you back!

Whitney
The LD Podcast
www.ldpodcast.com

Angie said...

You talked about parents watching the milestones of each of their children as they grow up. No doubt, the parents have a whole lot of responsibility and duties in raising a kid. But modern day accessories, tools and equipment, not to say, financial help, allows a small degree of freedom for the working parents to continue in their jobs. But is it true that mothers are working more, while the dads are at home and even able to constitute a daddy Panel?

syferium said...
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