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Nostalgia is so often thought of as something great from our childhood... But this psychological pitfall can sometimes have massive effects on our decision making. Our goal here is to discuss these areas where morals and ethics blur and the warm feelings of childhood take over. Oh, and to talk some shit...
 
Early childhood educators - Spencer and Lucy - discuss children, how they develop, and how teachers and guardians can support them in the hard work it takes to learn and grow! Sometimes, supporting children can get lonely and frustrating, so we are also here to help you find the fun in it! Music: "Wholesome" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
 
Hi, my name is Bar Aizik I am a holistic psychotherapist that specialized in childhood obesity and the author of the book o.m.g my kid is overweight. My goal in these podcast is to help your child lose weight in the right way and to give you tools to help your child create a healthy relationship with food, new healthy eating habits and most important to get long term results…
 
I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood - The Podcast. Join me as I read about surprisingly organized middle school clubs, pranks that end in murder, and goo. Lots and lots of goo. New episodes every Thursday.
 
Childhood Chatcast with The Dude, is a playful and lighthearted look back at the childhoods of Children’s MN employees. From our favorite toys to our first concert, from a trip to the hospital to what kind of students we were, Star Studio’s The Dude, and co-host Jake, take these grown-ups on a time traveling trip to yesteryear. One thing is always certain, we were all kids once. Music Provided by ScoreKeepers.
 
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio promotes Awareness of this very real and prevalent affliction, providing a forum for conversation and advocacy in a growing community of affected families, de-mystification of the experience with personal stories, information and resources. Let us be your voice. We aim to help people connect and support one another, and be a voice for prioritizing our children in cancer research.
 
Do you often find yourself communicating in your favorite 80s and 90s movie quotes? Is there an epic soundtrack looping in your brain at all times? If IMDB is the app you can’t live without and you’re like a sponge when it comes to classic pop culture and trivia, then Nostalgic is the podcast for you! Join siblings Ashley, and Aaron and thair Bestie Garret! as they discuss all the fantastic treasures, trash, and trivia they absorbed while growing up in the 80s, 90s, and early 00s. No subject ...
 
Childhood Ruined is a weekly (in theory) podcast hosted by a licensed psychologist, Michael Mallen, Ph.D., and a soon-to-be, certified school counselor, Chris Benefield, M.A. As two nerds on the north side of age 40, Chris and Mike talk about the things that made childhood in the 80s and 90s great - and how hobbies have changed over time.
 
This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
 
In each episode, I recount a period of my life, mostly memories with a bit of reflection sprinkled in. I’m just trying to document what life was like during these years, so I’ll have things to laugh at when I’m old. Cover art photo provided by Fabrizio Conti on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@staticlaw
 
The podcast is dedicated for the sole purpose of education, enlightenment of on anything pertaining to Childcare, Children, education and the world in which they live. View our website at https://www.rainbowchildcarelearning.com/podcast-early-childhood-coach-with-a-childcare-expe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reshaun-webb-m-ed/support
 
The ChildHood Drama podcast was made by content creator Megan Albright about her childHOOD, life experiences, relationships, sex stories, drama, trauma, school, and much more. I've lived it, seen it and now I share it! You are welcome to watch my videos on YouTube (Megan Albright) if you prefer visuals and also follow me on social media @imeganalbright for some extra tea:)
 
Do you want to reduce the psychological and emotional effects of parental separation on your child? You're in the right place! I'm Nicole Lupushansky - Podcast Host, Transformation Co Parenting and Divorce Coach. My journey of creating the happiest childhood possible for my children inspires my passion to help you do the same. Here, you'll find ways to help you, no matter where you are on your co-parenting or parallel (shall we say) parenting journey... starting with my podcast, Two Homes On ...
 
How do we navigate childhood in a century that we have never experienced ever before? How do we parent children, when they are managing obstacles we do not even understand? Gritty Growing Up focuses on those topics and conversations that you know you need to have, but sometimes do not know where to start. From mental health to exams, consent to social behaviours, grab a cup of tea and let's talk mental health together.
 
Childhood, published in 1852, is the first novel in Leo Tolstoy’s autobiographical trilogy, which also includes Boyhood, and Youth. Published when Tolstoy was twenty-three, the book gained immediate notice among Russian writers including Ivan Turgenev, and heralded the young Tolstoy as a major figure in Russian letters. Childhood is an expressionist exploration of the internal life of a young boy, Nikolenka, and was a new form in Russian writing, mixing fact, fiction and emotions to render t ...
 
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We come out the gates hot talking the Urinary Sensation: R. Kelly himself! Colin’s mind is blown by trival boots, and we go through a TON of movies, bad and not... We also get Rob's spot-on impression of Eminem as well as imagining some new looks for the MCU.저자 Feral Williams, Araless, Madshroom MC
 
This episode is about Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #24: Kristy and the Mother's Day Surprise. Topics include unconventional families, using the adjective "tops" as if you're a '60s British person, and adoptions. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street…
 
This week, we revisit Dream a Little Dream, a film starring "The Two Coreys," Corey Feldman and Corey Haim. We start with our snack review and learn a bit about the history of Nerds, how they got their "uncool" name, and how they're made. Then, in our fun facts section, we talk about the phenomenon that was the Two Coreys, what movies these two sta…
 
Most of us in ECE agree that infancy is just as full of learning as preschool, but what should practice look like under that philosophy? Is it letters and numbers and shapes? Is it group activities? Lisa Murphy and Heather don’t think so. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the sho…
 
Welcome back to the podcast which celebrates growing up as a child in Britain during the 1970's and the central role that TV played in our lives back then. In this episode we remember how we viewed Australia before Crocodile Dundee, Neighbours and Home and Away made it so glamorous and desirable and before it became the place to go on your gap year…
 
Kat and Mike are leaving the country for a couple of weeks but we didn’t want to leave you with nothing. This week is the 20th anniversary of the first Spider-man film. This was a fun episode to record. Enjoy this classic episode! Please note this episode has some sexual themes and is more of a PG-13 episode as opposed to our typical goal of having…
 
Last week we talked about the beautiful side by talking about art in nature. But nature is not always beautiful. This week, Lucy introduces a less glamorous subject, although equally intriguing, by talking about Creepy Crawlies! Hear us out! Don’t turn us off yet! This is a really amazing subject, we promise! We start with a list about why you shou…
 
You are not alone!!! join our FREE Facebook support group now: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OverweightKids/ _______________________________________________________ Hormones play a huge role in helping your child lose weight and fight childhood obesity A parent of an overweight child will often find that their child says that they're hungry even …
 
Stories of poor communication between collaborators, vehicular accidents, and the gloriousness that is Ohio. We also dig into the unintentional creation of sub-genres, Kid Cuisine, and cap it off with some debate about the best rapper turned actor. Plus, a guest appearance by the producer of our theme song Goldenbeets and a song at the end by our g…
 
It’s story time! Recorded on the first day of Hurricane Ida, Kevin tells us about his adventures on LSD in the middle of a hurricane - Gotta love that NYC weather! We go through a list of the "top" Adam Sandler movies while Colin professes the genius of Diddy... Oh, and we get a guest appearance from rap sensation Yung Gerth.…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Goosebumps: Stay Out of the Basement!. Topics include flora minus fauna, stripping in other people's houses, and neglecting your children. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Ch…
 
This week, we discuss all things Little House! We start with our snack review and dive into the history of maple sugar candy. Why was it popular during the Pioneer Days? When did we switch from maple sugar to white sugar? Then, in our "Fun Facts" section, we talk about the history of the Little House books and how these slower, gentler stories were…
 
For Mother's Day, we have a special bonus! Megan's mother Karen stops by to talk about mothers and daughters in the movies! We start with our snack review. Necco wafers were one of Karen's favorites... and something Megan avoided. Then, we revisit the original 1970s version starring Jodie Foster and Barbara Harris and talk about the gender roles an…
 
A couple of old friends, cuttin' it up... We commence reminiscing on party days at Mission Control (IFYKY), the insanity of Alaska, ambisonic recording, and Che tells us stories of tending buds. Oh, and the importance of planning your own death... We talk that too저자 Feral Williams
 
In this week’s episode, the Two Pushy Dames (LeeAnn Soucy and Kathy Gallo) drop in to push back on the academic pushdown that makes “letter of the week” instruction so prevalent and popular in early childhood programs, why it doesn’t work, and what we can do instead. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early…
 
This episode is about Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #5: Dawn and the Impossible Three. Topics include terrible name choices, terrible husband choices, and terrible game choices. Hi! I’m Amy A. Cowan and I’m on a mission to reread every Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street book and reexamine my childhood in the ‘90s. This is Reread…
 
Muppet Babies was a classic, Saturday morning cartoon that aired from 1984 to 1991 on CBS. After discussing the history of the Muppet Babies, beginning with a small segment in The Muppets Take Manhattan, we revisit the show and talk about some of our memories of imaginative play. One of us had a jungle gym in their living room, and one of us built …
 
The weather is warming up outside, and more children, their classes, and caregivers are inclined to spend a greater time in nature! While considering ways to engage children in the great outdoors, we'd like to introduce the some ideas of merging art and nature - one of the greatest pairings throughout the course of humanity. Introducing your child …
 
In which Mike Huber and Heather have a very smart conversation about adult behaviors that are challenging for children, but also manage to work in references to cinematic classics Wayne’s World, Stepbrothers and The Big Lebowski. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with th…
 
A few years back we had the Keanussance but 2022 looks to be the start of a massive comeback for Nicolas Cage. With The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent dropping this week we felt it was appropriate to finally cover a Nic Cage film on Ruin My Childhood. Does the massive Michael Bay film staring Nic Cage and Sean Conner hold up to the test of tim…
 
Everlasting Gobstoppers! This is our first fan-requested episode! Thanks to everyone for your support. Join us on Facebook to add your requests! We talk about the inspiration for Willy Wonka and how author Roald Dahl developed this amazing character and his world! In our fun-fact section, we learn more about how the movie was made, how the author f…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Who Killed the Homecoming Queen?. Topics include elected homecoming officials, things that have aged poorly, and more horrible pranks. Hi! I’m Amy A. Cowan and I’m on a mission to reread every Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street book and reexamine my childhood in the ‘90s. This is Rereading My Childhoo…
 
We are so excited to share this episode! Lucy presents this topic at conferences, but we are publishing this for you all to listen to FOR FREE! Although, Lucy is not sharing her slides, ha! We talk about the benefits of children being barefoot, especially outside. Barefoot walking helps with building body awareness, preventing injuries, promoting p…
 
We’re back with Kayal Newell, tattoo goddess extraordinaire! We talk about her career with UV reactive tattoos and how she became a pioneer in the tattoo industry. We also talk about toxic femininity and Kayla asks Colin one of the most important questions of all time: where’s the weirdest place you’ve made whoopie?…
 
Lizz Nolasco, Richard Cohen and Heather have a conversation about efforts to standardize and professionalize the field of ECE, and the ways some of these efforts could be considered harmful. And Heather just likes to say “regulatory gaze.” Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the sh…
 
If you like tattoos and don't know the name Kayla Newell, don't surprised if you do in the future. Kayla is the Queen of the Blacklight, an absolute legend, and just happens to be our biggest fan of the pod!! Here we have part one of our interview with this badass bish talking everything from Kim Cattrall's scatting career (not feces) to catfishing…
 
To round out April, we finish up our Easter candy stash by trying 3 different varieties of Cadbury Creme Eggs. After discussing the history of the creme egg and enjoying our nostalgic snack, we dig into the world of the A-Team. Steve recalls playing with some of the toys, and Megan shares some fun facts about the show, including the full story of h…
 
Happy Easter! To celebrate Easter, we're revisiting the 1980s Christian cartoon, Superbook!​Superbook was a Christian television show created by the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) in the early 1980s. The show ran for 2 seasons and led to the spin-off Flying House a year later. The show was rebooted and has been running for 7 seasons, so we re…
 
This episode is about Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #4: Mary Anne Saves the Day. Topics include strict parents, colorforms, and secret abortions. The sound clip is from The Simpsons, Season 11, Episode 7, "Eight Misbehavin'". Hi! I’m Amy A. Cowan and I’m on a mission to reread every Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street book and re…
 
Is your family considering adding an animal member to its ranks? Do you love animals, but don't have any pets in your own home? This episode is an introduction to parents and families in all walks of life, who are considering the best ways to acclimate their children to animals in their lives. Join us as we discuss the steps towards a happy integra…
 
Sometimes it seems like “mindfulness” in our work with young children has become more of a product than a process. Bethany Corrie and Richard Cohen join Heather to talk about how we can bring back its authenticity. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon code N…
 
As if! That's right we watched the 90s teen classic Clueless! Listen to Mike and Kat reminisce about the film, read fan memories, discuss the making of the film, and ultimately decide if Clueless stands the test of time. We are now on YouTube! Listen to our other great podcast, Remake Rewind, starring Mike and Alex! Available every other Friday! Ge…
 
Welcome back to the podcast celebrating growing up in Britain during the 1970's and the special part that television played in our lives back then. In this episode we remember soaps in the 70's and in particular Coronation Street and Crossroads. How true to life were Ena Sharples and Hilda Ogden and why has Gail not had much luck with men? We look …
 
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Easter is just around the corner, so we revisit the classic Easter snack, Marshmallow Peeps. We talk about the history of the Peep, including the automation process that took the formation of each batch from 23 hours to 6 minutes! Then, we do a deep dive on Alvin and the Chipmunks, beginning with a novelty record in 1958 and ending with live-action…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Goosebumps: The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb. Topics include mummies, bad puns that I like, and holding up body parts that aren't yours. Hi! I’m Amy A. Cowan and I’m on a mission to reread every Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street book and reexamine my childhood in the ‘90s. This is Rereading My Childhood…
 
Are you considering introducing a pet to your family ? Are you expecting a bundle-of-joy, and contemplating how to introduce the newest family member to your cat or dog? Does your child know how to approach an unfamiliar pet outside of the home? If any of these questions apply to or intrigue you, we encourage you to delve into this weeks episode, d…
 
This episode takes us back to our original model of comparing and contrasting our childhood experiences. In this episode, we discuss a question that adults frequently ask children, “So, what are you going to be when your grow up?”. It turns out that we had a lot to talk about. While Fireman, Policeman and Nurse were the most common jobs for childre…
 
Part 2 as we welcome back IAME in to promote his new project: Mandarine by the Jade Relics! Rapper/producer extraordinaire from Portland, OR but hailing out of Vermont. IAME reps the bands Jade Relics & Wool See. Member of the Sandpeople, Oldominion, & Heaven Noise Recordings. Make sure you stay tuned to the end of the episode to hear the new gem b…
 
This podcast is a continuation of our March 3 show, "Living with DMG: Scientist Father Philip Tan blazes a Trail for Xavier", where Xavier's father Philip gave us and extensive window into the life of his family and how it had changed since the diagnosis of a deadly brain tumor. In part 2 we address more closely the restrictive nature of clinical t…
 
This week, we revisit the Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah romantic comedy, Splash! Before diving in (pun intended) to the film, we try the classic childhood candy, Swedish Fish and answer the question, "Are these actually Swedish?" Then, we swim through some facts and explore the history of the movie. We uncover why this was a Disney film without the Di…
 
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