Kids And Family Podcasts
The Rural Woman Podcast is a collection of stories from women in farming, ranching, homesteading, agriculture and more. Each of these women are doing life in their own unique way and sharing their stories. Tune in each episode to be inspired by these amazing Rural Women. Hosted by Katelyn Duban (@WildRoseFarmer)
By Katelyn Duban
Kay Laurence of "Learning About Dogs" in the U.K. and Sue McGuire, a manager of a canine program at an animal shelter near San Francisco join forces to talk about the life we live with dogs. Kay Laurence brings with her more than 40 years of experience working and teaching dogs. Her unique and insightful perspective provides dog trainers and dog people a new way to learn about dogs. Sue McGuire provides the unique perspective of interacting with hundreds of dogs in shelters.
By Sue McGuire
Welcome to the I Can Relate Podcast, I’m your host Rebekah Miller. On this podcast we talk to relatable and amazing people with real life struggles and joys sharing the goodness of God. Each episode is designed to bring encouragement to your life. So make sure you subscribe today. Also, don't forget to give some stars and write a review so others can find this podcast and be blessed.
By Rebekah Miller
I Know I'm Crazy podcast, hosted by Naja Hall focuses on divorce, coparenting, steparenting, childhood trauma and mental health by putting a light-hearted spin on very serious topics. As a well-known Life Coach, author and curator of one of the largest blended family platforms, Naja has a knack for providing resources that guide people through some of life's toughest moments in a relatable way. Her unique way of simplifying complex subject-matter is a special gift and her ability to connect makes everyone feel right at home. Naja calls New York City and South Beach home. She is a Wife and a Stepmom of 3. Let's get CRAZY together!
By Naja Hall
(Formerly Throwback Parenting) Lynnette and Greg Sheppard believe in raising grownups, not children. This husband and wife pair have spent the past 20 + years in the trenches of raising five very different children, most of whom have insanely strong wills. In the process, they have learned a few things about responsible, respectful, resilient, self-disciplined, independent, faithful young adults who are prepared to meet the challenges of life. They want to share their knowledge and experience with you. Listen in each week for an animated and thought-provoking discussion about raising kids who can stand on their own two feet. You will walk away with both strategies and inspiration to help you strengthen your family and set your kids up for success. (And, in case you were wondering, Lynnette is a Certified Leadership Parenting Coach and Greg is a pediatric dentist who works with all sorts of kids and their parents.)
By Lynnette and Greg Sheppard
Children's storytelling podcast for kids of all ages. A new and original story each episode. Stories with a heart, designed to encourage discussion... Perfect for parents and teachers! A family friendly podcast which can be used for school assemblies, car journeys, bedtime, anytime! Proud member of Kids Listen, a grass roots organisation promoting content just for children. Your new favourite kid's podcast!
By Jake Harris
About Purple Tales Podcast<br><br>The PURPLE TALES PODCAST celebrates the spirit of Barney as told through the talented people who created, produced and worked on all aspects of the cultural phenomena we know as America’s favorite purple dinosaur. The life lessons Barney has taught children since 1988 are recalled by the people who knew Barney best. Their stories and anecdotes provide a weekly reminder that the simplest of lessons can have a meaningful impact that lasts a lifetime. <br><br>Your PURPLE TALES host is Carey Stinson ... to share their stories and anecdotes.Multi-media reporter and personality Nancy Jay defines her role with a quote from Irish actor Colin Mochrie: We all have a dinosaur deep within us just trying to get out.<br><br>About Carey Stinson<br><br>For more than thirty years, Carey Stinson has been in front of and behind the camera, first as Barney the Dinosaur on stage and screen, and now as an award-winning photographer.<br><br>As Barney, Carey counts 1,500+ on-stage performances worldwide and more than 150 television and video appearances, including performances on The Today Show, Good Morning America, and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Carey's Barney is responsible for bringing joy to tens of thousands of children and their parents through hospital visits and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. <br><br>Today Carey's role is that of a professional photographer, drawn to the profession by the desire to capture meaning and beauty in everyday moments. He creates inspiration by focusing his lens on what we often overlook or take for granted. His fine art images serve as reminders that each of us is unique and surrounded by a life worthy of celebration and gratitude.<br><br>About Nancy Jay<br><br>PURPLE TALES co-host Nancy Jay has a global presence, seen and heard worldwide on U.S. Military bases as broadcast by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service television and radio networks.<br><br>As a movie critic, Nancy has interviewed everyone from Oprah Winfrey to Ellen DeGeneres, Michelle Obama to Meryl Streep, Clint Eastwood to Robert Redford, Hugh Jackman to Sterling K. Brown. She has moderated press conferences for Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper, and directors Christopher Nolan and Peter Jackson, among so many others. <br><br>While living in New York, Nancy was a researcher for The New York Times editorial board. She remembers covering the Barney phenomena as a television reporter in Dallas. Perfectly typecast, Nancy played a television news anchor on an episode of MONK on the USA Network. And if you listen carefully, perhaps you’ll recognize her voice in all the Albertsons commercials with actress Patricia Heaton.
I attend IEP meetings for a living and you just can't compete with that level of crazy.This is the only podcast dedicated to helping parents navigate the IEP process.Warning: I've been told I have a Philly accent. I don't hear it. Also, I curse. It's something I'm working on as far as personal development. So please don't be put off. I'm trying.Inspired by her own son with disabilities, Lisa Lightner is an award-winning blogger and advocate. She has previously worked for her county's Arc and has served on the Boards of Directors for several disability organizations. Currently, she is her county's chairperson for the Right to Education Task Force, a federally decreed group set up in 1971 to ensure that all children in Pennsylvania had the opportunity to an education. When not attending IEP meetings with families or lobbying in Harrisburg and DC for disability rights, she can be found on the web at her IEP advice blog, A Day in our Shoes. She is known for her practical, realistic and implementable advice for parents.
By Lisa Lightner