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Parenting podcasts you need to hear

Written by Alexis De Leaver

Plug in your earphones and listen to these mums and dads talk about all the ins and outs of parenting life.

Raising little ones keeps you busy – so busy that you may not always have the time to sit down and read a parenting book or attend a parent’s group, even though you want to. Or you might find yourself just hanging out while your children are at a playdate, dance lesson, or football practice. Whichever scenario you find yourself in, parenting podcasts are great remedies for both.

Happy Mum, Happy Baby

This talk is led by Giovanna Fletcher. Mum to three boys, she regularly hosts guest appearances on her talks. Giovanna chats with parents of all backgrounds about the struggles, blessings and laughable moments of parenting.

Parenting on Moncrieff

Based in Ireland, Sean Moncrieff tackles different parenting issues each week. For his guest appearances Moncrieff has child psychologists and parenting experts. With guests such as these you can feel comfortable knowing you are getting reliable advice from top experts.

At Parenting Survival Podcast

Natasha Daniels, child therapist dives into parenting children with anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder. For parents looking for more information, Daniels offers a range of online classes and parental resources.

Scummy Mummies

This podcast run by comedians, Helen Thorn and Ellie Gibson holds nothing back. These two ladies shed light on topics ranging from pregnancy to stay-at-home dads. This podcast is one of the most popular in the UK and has been recommended by The Guardian and The Sunday Times.

First Class Fatherhood

This English dad is fighting the stereotypes around fathers and parenting. With his tagline, ’We are not just fathers, we’re first class fathers,’ it is easy to see that this dad has a lot say. This father of four interviews celebrities, high profile athletes, and other fathers from all walks of life to talk about the different stigmas around dads.

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