A mashup of uncomfortable topics that starts out light and airy and then takes a weird turn. Enjoy!

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There are 5 comments.

  1. Coolidge

    Make Seth sit down and do the podcast. He can get off Twitter for an hour or so.

    I enjoy the ramble. I guess this is more of a guilty pleasure podcast for me listening to a bunch of girls, lol

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    • November 28, 2018 at 1:47 pm
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  2. Coolidge

    I don’t know, I think Lyndsey’s (naive, non-parent’s) plan for feeding and cleaning children has a certain symmetry and simplicity about it. From jammy hands to clean jammies in minutes!

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    • November 28, 2018 at 8:02 pm
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  3. Thatcher

    My wife and I listened to the podcast while we were driving down to Fort Lauderdale to catch the National Review cruise this weekend.

    We always get a laugh from the different personalities you girls have, the different lives you lead, and various situations you have to deal with – then you do a podcast and compare notes for all of us to hear!

    But we also get some things to think about. Even though I’m 63, I’ve taken Lyndsey’s (et al.) advice when it comes to my youngest daughter. A few months ago, she moved in with her fiancé. While I really like the boy (they’re both 24, for the record), I’ve been gently suggesting to her they should go ahead and tie the knot. All three of my daughters are stubborn, so beating the correct answer into them doesn’t work any more (but it made me feel damn good when it used to!).

    So whether or not you have a theme, or you start with one and go down a rabbit hole, or simply do stream of consciousness, make your podcasts what you want to do. Sure, listen to your audience, but do what you want to do.

    My wife and I still talk about how much fun it was to meet Kelly Maher and “Fat Baby” at Starbucks. Hopefully we can meet more of you ladies . . . DC perhaps?

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    • November 29, 2018 at 1:32 pm
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  4. Member

    UnwokeCavemanLawyer (View Comment):

    I don’t know, I think Lyndsey’s (naive, non-parent’s) plan for feeding and cleaning children has a certain symmetry and simplicity about it. From jammy hands

    One question: You must know that small children eat more than once or twice a day, don’t you? I would be happy to bathe a baby twice a day, but as an RN, I am exceptionally skilled and talented at giving baths that babies enjoy. But they do develop personalities and a will of their own, and they might not want to bathe more than once a day (if that).

     

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    • December 11, 2018 at 11:18 am
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  5. Member

    Sloppy childrens’ clothes:

    My daughter has 3 (!) boys, and they have a few dress-up and nicer outfits, but most of the time, she just dresses them in thrift shop clothes. Best policy move ever. Yes, there are days when they look borderline homeless, but most of the time they look ok, and best of all, most of their wardrobes are pretty much disposable. No worries about getting out stubborn stains when you can, with a clear conscience, just throw it away.

    I don’t know if there is a causal relationship, but they do enjoy dressing up for Shabbat and special events.

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    • December 11, 2018 at 11:26 am
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