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Join me as I start my new job as a full time stay at home dad of two daughters: a baby and a first grader.
 
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Hands Off Parents
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Hands Off Parents is a weekly podcast featuring the "momedy" stylings of Steph and Abby. Two moms, three toddlers, four hands off.
 
Place where weexchange ideas, talk about passions, challenges, how they overcome their challenges, and what fatherhood means to all of us.
 
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The Bitterest Pill
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The Dan Klass podcast
 
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We discuss my work on a new sports podcast (no, that is not a typo), sexy old ladies and getting punched in the face… The sports podcast is Somethin’s Bruin, part of the Bleav Network. THE BITTEREST PILL is now proudly hosted on SimpleCast. Get 14 days FREE, no obligation.By pill@danklass.com (Dan Klass).
 
With the holiday season officially in full swing, Steph and Abby discuss some of their holiday stressors, buying the right gift, being the most merry, and over-spending/worrying/justifying/thenmorespending. They decide that their own best approach is to identify the things that get them worried, and do their best to avoid those things. Much eas ...…
 
This week, the ladies are thrilled to welcome back Rabbi Josh Fixler to the show! After a particularly tough few weeks living on this planet and parenting small children, Steph and Abby are in need of some serious hope, and Josh has some serious words of wisdom. Of course there are lots of laughs too and Steph really does her best to earn that ...…
 
112: Is Something Wrong With My Kid?This week, Abby and Steph discuss what to do when you are worried that there is something wrong with your kid, behaviorally. Abby has had some concerns and Steph talks her off the ledge (What? Stephanie is the positive one here?) They decide that the best thing you can do for your kids is to be informed.…
 
(April 2011) My daughter got slapped in the face at school by one of her friends. Then, the next day, a couple of boys tried to test her karate skills by punching and kicking her. Of course, this is the same day that my father sent me the YouTube video of the tiny Australian bully who got body slammed by his much larger victim. After seeing the ...…
 
I had to go to IKEA to return a rug, a floor lamp, and two desk lamps. But, before I could do that, I had to find the receipt for the floor lamp and the desk lamps. And, before I could do THAT, I had to remember everything I did on the day I bought the lamps. I could remember what I wore, what I didn’t wear, what I paid with, where I parked, wh ...…
 
This week Steph and Abby are Thrilled (with a capital T) to welcome Marlon Hall to the show. Marlon is a renaissance man with a zillion jobs and talents: anthropologist, yoga teacher, lecturer, director of an arts nonprofit, AND he is a father. He also happens to have an amazing outlook on life and a tuned-in approach to parenting and being min ...…
 
The air circulation system in Studio G is officially dead, so I had to record this one in Hudson’s empty room, which didn’t help with the bout of nostalgia I’m dealing with these days… I ended up writing, directing and starring in a short called “The Perv.” You know what every great heist needs? A crew……
 
This week Steph and Abby discuss a recent Atlantic essay about throwing away your child’s art work. There’s just too much of it! But the question always remains: What to keep and what to toss? And are we keeping certain things in an attempt to hold onto the ephemeral nature of childhood or do we really want to preserve yet another picture of a ...…
 
This week, Abby breaks down a bit in her frustrations with disciplining her kids. What should you do to channel all of that kid rage? Why do you feel like you're being held hostage in your own home? How do you get kids to listen when you don’t even know how to talk to them? If only there was a book! Steph reminds her that there is and Abby shou ...…
 
Are your kids back to school yet? Did you breathe a sigh of relief or is the back to school craziness making you...er... crazy? This week, Steph and Abby are joined by mother of 25 and all around amazing parent, Annie Stein. The three women share their first week of school successes and failures, among other back to school topics (make lunch th ...…
 
In honor of the fact that it's the first day of school here in Houston, and Steph and Abby are having all kinds of trouble getting their s**t together, we present a rebroadcast of an episode from TWO years ago! It's the Hands Off Parents Back to School Throwback episode!On this episode, Steph and Abby are joined by a very special guest: element ...…
 
Finally back after a long summer. Don’t worry, I’m still an idiot. An idiot who apparently isn’t sure he can function outside the sprawl of endlessly repeating chain stores and Starbucks that is Los Angeles… I went to Upper Michigan to do some acting I’ve been looking forward to for years. For all my neurotic mind flushing and anxiety about not ...…
 
This week Steph and Abby chat about a New York Times piece that's been making the rounds about parenting in a time of fear. This kicks off a lively and scattered conversation about leaving your kids in the car, shaming moms into thinking that they are not good enough and feeling bad about yourself in general. And organizational systems or the l ...…
 
This week Steph and Abby welcome Tish Ochoa, mom, business owner and PTO officer. With Abby entering "real school" she has many questions about the PTO, starting with, "So... what's the PTA then?" Tish shares some horror stories but also some of the reasons she feels it's worth being an active school parent. Are you in the PTO? PTA? Do you know ...…
 
The summer of mat... JK! Stephanie returns!! Huzzah!Yay! Stephanie returns!! Abby and Steph discuss all the things you might not want to hear: maternity, quitting dairy as a nursing mother, postpartum blood, "wait, you also have a toddler?!" and Ugh you are still wetting the bed? It's a classic Hands Off episode if you ever knew one!…
 
This week Abby welcomes back Maryocéane Guy, a now regular guest on the show. Both women are facing a crisis: Their kids are starting real school in the fall and it's frightening. But more than that, Mary has realized that she needs to let go of some things to make this transition smooth for her daughter but also herself. Boundaries are tough! ...…
 
This week Abby and Dennis (yep!) welcome Roxanne Werner, a mother and foster parent, whose story is not uncommon. Roxanne and her family welcomed a 4-day old baby into their home and ... we're not going to spoil it. You gotta listen.
 
The summer of maternity rolls on! This week, Abby welcomes back the lovely Annie Stein. Annie is an old-pro at how to deal with a crew of kids over the summer, and she shares her tips. As helpful as this, Abby has way more questions for Annie that deal with control—of your kids, your life, your friendships? The ladies decide that summer is toug ...…
 
The summer of maternity continues! This week Abby welcomes back Dennis Draper, a foster parent to a troubled teen. Dennis shares his touching story about the challenges to raising a teen, a foster, and a child that has mental health issues. These are all tough topics but so important to discuss. Mental Health issues are no joke. If you have any ...…
 
The "Summer of Maternity" continues on Hands Off Parents, and Abby is thrilled to welcome back previous guest, and hilarious person, Stacey Daniels. Stacey is a loving aunt and takes the job very seriously. Coincidentally, she and Abby are both going through some aunt challenges, and they discuss the extreme love you can feel for your siblings' ...…
 
Holy Crap We're Back... but not officially because Steph is being lazy "breastfeeding" and "not sleeping" and "raising a baby" (Whatev!). So, Abby is spending this summer of maternity leave having co-hosts and special guests. This week, she welcomes back the amazing Nancy Wozny, mom of two babies who are both pushing 30. Abby has been very frea ...…
 
This week Steph and Abby are thrilled to welcome Rabbi Joshua Fixler, who just happens to be a new dad AND an amazing human being. Don't worry! This is not a religious conversation, but rather one about how a rabbi dad does it all (HINT: His wife is amazing). But then, yeah, they spiral into the meaning of life and explore how to MAKE meaning i ...…
 
Latest episode of Fatherhood for the Rest of Us
 
Latest episode of Fatherhood for the Rest of Us
 
This week, the ladies are lucky to have Jill Jarvis on the show. Jill is a mom of four and runs the very popular blog BigKidSmallCity.com, which is every parent in Houston's go-to list for fun family activities. Jill was working as an engineer and one day realized something needed to change. She also wanted to get out more with her kids, so she ...…
 
My thumb clicks, my daughter’s friend “disappeared,” and…I don’t know, something else. I already can’t remember what I talked about in this episode… Music is Breeze Funk by MalaventuraBy pill@danklass.com (Dan Klass).
 
A blast from the past: March 21, 2011 Do you think I should worry that my kids go to school in an official tsunami danger zone? By the time the Japanese tsunami got to California, it was only a couple feet high. But, what if the plate that slid near Japan makes another plate slide and causes a tsunami here in California? My house is in no dange ...…
 
Don’t you love it when everyone loves what you cook? That didn’t happen tonight. I need some dinner ideas. Hook a SAHD up!
 
This week Steph and Abby welcome author and mother of two teens (12 is teen-ish), Katherine Center! Katherine's sixth novel, How to Walk Away, will be released on May 15th but she's already hard at work on her 8th book right now. Yes, she is human. Maybe. Katherine imparts some wisdom to the ladies on how to juggle it all and have fun at the sa ...…
 
This week Abby shares some highlights from a recent road trip that her family took to Marfa, Texas. Sixteen total hours in the car with two kiddos, and she lives to tell the tale! Steph spent the weekend stuck in the house, making space for her new baby. Together, the ladies figure out that parents regularly need to take AND make space to keep ...…
 
Steph had a rough week: kid challenges, pregnancy challenges, and she needs to put a bunch of Ikea furniture together before she has this baby! She found herself traveling down an all too familiar Google rabbit hole of worry and anxiety. Abby remembers the pregnancy Googling well and wonders if this is just a byproduct of being pregnant in this ...…
 
With the conclusion of two major holidays, Steph and Abby get into a discussion of how religion plays a role in parenting. Steph grew up with one religion, but Abby grew up with none really--just a lot of holidays that overlapped and contradicted. How do you raise your own kids when you are unsure of where you stand? What do parents coming from ...…
 
This week, Steph and Abby address a listener's request to chat about what to do with (little) mean girls. To help them, they have brought back the lovely Maryocéane Guy, an educator and mom of four-year old Margo. Mary tells the ladies about how she wants to handle mean girls as a mom, but what to actually do from an educated (READ: rational) p ...…
 
I’m fat, hungry and willing to cut off parts of my body.By pill@danklass.com (Dan Klass).
 
They're back, and boy are they back with a doozy! This week Steph and Abby talk with Bev Caplan about the most difficult decision she ever had to make: terminating her pregnancy. Once Bev found out that her baby had a chromosomal abnormality that would ultimately end the baby's life within the first year, or even the first hours, she made the t ...…
 
This week Steph and Abby are thrilled to welcome mom, business owner, amazing person, and good smeller, Aimee Woodall to the show. Aimee owns and runs a highly successful cause-driven branding and strategy agency (Black Sheep Agency) that has serviced the likes of the Obamas! (Yes, the real ones). Aimee is also a mom of a 16-month old, a wife, ...…
 
This week, Steph and Abby welcome parent, advocate, and activist, Sarah Becker. A former school psychologist, Sarah and her husband founded HISD Parent Advocates, a local organization that keeps parents in the loop on issues related to our school district, board, and policies that directly affect our kids. Sarah discusses many of the recent (an ...…
 
This week, Steph and Abby dive further in the topic of getting kids to listen. They delve into the (often frustrating) world of kid emotions...and tantrums and meltdowns and whining and crying and screaming and irrational behavior and how you deal with it. (Wine.) Steph has been reading a book on the subject and shares this with Abby and their ...…
 
Dad At Home gets a tsunami alert! Intro to discussion on emergency preparedness. • Make your family emergency kit one week at a time. http://7daykit.dadathome.com • How backing up your data brings peace of mind in an emergency. • Thanks for listening! Please leave iTunes reviews! • Stay At Home Dad
 
This week Steph and Abby discuss anxiety, what it is, how it manifests, and all the ways parents pass it down to their children. Is it inevitable that our kids will get all the crazies that we have? Or is it possible to be mindful of the anxieties we are fostering in our children? Or maybe they are just being anxious over anxieties? Share your ...…
 
Despite their better judgement, Steph and Abby decided to weigh in on the Aziz Ansari media storm. (Cue thunder) The ladies discuss why this particular case resonated so much with so many different voices and how they might think about this from a parenting perspective. It's a challenging conversation but an important one to have, they decide. ...…
 
The story of Podcast Movement ’17 continues, after a few brief updates… Yes, cars can fly. It turns out, there’s even video from the POV of the bus the car almost hit… ———————————————————————————– Dan Klass as “Dan Klass” Dave Jackson as Dave “The Man” Jackson Marc Johanssen as The Cool Guy with the Long Hair John Ellison, III as The Funk Maste ...…
 
No girls allowed?? • How I became a stay at home dad. • Dad At Home recommends Qeepsake. (http://qeep.dadathome.com) • Grownup connections for full time parents. Also: why Mommy And Me? • Dad At Home is now on podcast apps everywhere. Visit dadathome.com or dadathome.ca to leave a five-star iTunes review!…
 
A bit of an experiment with some new equipment, recording in my living room. I can hear the difference, but I’m, you know…me. I start the tale of Podcast Movement, giving my acceptance speech for my induction into the Podcast Academy Podcaster Hall of Fame, and how I am in desperate need of validation. Yes, being inducted into a hall of fame is ...…
 
Before the new year, Steph and Abby vowed to have a more cohesive approach to the podcast and they immediately broke this resolution. Instead of cohesion, they discuss lice. Yup, lice. These pesky buggers will outlive us all! To address their lack of resolutions, they cover CNN's 2018 Parenting Resolution list, which is just completely ridiculo ...…
 
This SAHD is not sad! • Welcome, and a joke. • The Wonder Weeks: baby brain development parenting app recommendation • Housework: staying ahead of dirty dishes. • Back to school after Christmas break. Asking for tips for when school’s out. • Today’s to do list. • Thanks for listening to the Dad At Home show!…
 
This week the ladies discuss a recently published parenting book that advocates that parents act like gardeners -- plant the seeds and then let your kids grow! It is about creating the right environment and letting kids be themselves, as opposed to trying to build your kids into what you want them to be (like a carpenter). The ladies wonder if ...…
 
Why dads and moms should listen to this parenting podcast. • What our family looks like. • List followup. • Off to celebrate New Year’s! • New Year's Day
 
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