Scott and Michael get weirdly serious as they tackle the question of how to deal with kids’ fears. Includes a stern reprimand for guys named Steve.
Among our close animal relatives, only humans have involved and empathic fathers. Why did evolution favour the devoted dad?
— Read on aeon.co/essays/the-devotion-of-the-human-dad-separates-us-from-other-apes
Michael is a “thoughtfully plan and prepare meals” kind of dad. Scott is a “the food thing will just work itself out” kind of dad. Who’s right and who’s wrong? Find out in this special episode of The Compleat Dad Podcast.
What kind of weather-dad are YOU—Tornado Tom, Hurricane Harry, or Chance of Thunderstorms Chauncey? Join Scott and Michael as they explore how each type responds to adversity—and what happens when a Tornado Tom and a Hurricane Harry encounter each other in the wild.
In this episode, Michael and Scott offer responses to the age-old question, “Dad, can I pleeeeease have a llama [or some other insane thing]?” Plus, who will emerge victorious after a fierce game of “dueling diaries,” which pits father against llama-wanting son?
In this special Halloween episode, Scott and Michael list the five best and five most monstrous Halloween candies, as well as the top five ways to improve upon the greatest and weirdest festival of them all.
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Kids get Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and Jack Frost. Dads get jack squat. In the latest episode of The Compleat Dad Podcast, Scott and Michael provide dads with much-needed magical beings of their own. Bonus material helps dads break the hard truth about Santa to their toddlers.
Short quiz for dads:
- Is it OK to curse in front of your kids?
- Which word is more potentially damaging to young ears – #%& or %!#&?
- How come your #%&$ keeps %&?$ every five seconds? I mean, what the %#&?
Learn the answers to these questions and more in the new episode of The Compleat Dad, “Holy #%&$! You Curse in Front of Your Kids?”
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