The Longest Shortest Time

EPISODE #174: The, Like, Show. Deadass Edition

Talking to teenagers is different from talking to grown-ups. We wanted to know: what advice they would give to parents?

EPISODE #173: Wanna Peek Inside Our Inbox?

The rumors are true… we have the best listeners! Andrea and Jackie share some favorite emails and comments. Plus, an update from Hillary.

EPISODE #172: Child-Free… With Children

Even though Glynnis MacNicol doesn’t have kids of her own, her life is far from child-free.

EPISODE #171: Kidtrepreneurs

Kids today have the chance to become real entrepreneurs and sell to the masses thanks to the internet. We’re going to explore who some of these kids are, what they’re selling, and how they become successful.

EPISODE #170: Becoming a Single Dad While Trans

The thing CJ Kemal wants most in life? To be a dad. But when you’re trans and single, it’s hard to know where to start.

EPISODE #169: Parenting in the Animal Kingdom

There’s a ton of parenting media out there but it’s pretty much all about humans. What can we learn about parenting from the animal kingdom? Producer Jackie Sojico investigates.

EPISODE #168: Does Family Size Matter?

As an only child, KJ Dell’Antonia always wanted a big happy family… but once she got one, she found out the “happy” part doesn’t come standard.

EPISODE #167: Welcome Home! Meet the Mongoose

When 9-year-old Meera was adopted from Korea, there were lots of new things that would take some getting used to… starting with her new mom’s exotic pet.

EPISODE #166: Dear Mister Rogers

When Ben was a kid, his mom helped him write an innocent letter to his favorite television friend. The reply took Ben by surprise, and changed the way they thought of his hero forever. Tune in for stories of how Fred Rogers left a mark, and why his words still resonate.

EPISODE #165: The 36 Questions to Ask Your Partner Before Having Kids

Stephanie never wanted kids…. but then she met Joey. Tune in to hear them answer a series of questions intended to help them determine if they want a future as parents together.