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Reading Aloud

Marisol and Adam Colette

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Welcome to the Reading Aloud Podcast, a place where the creative, emotional and hilarious aspects of relationship communication are explored in real-time, by a real couple. Marisol and Adam provide you insight into how they communicate, navigate and thrive through married life (and a baby!).
 
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What we wear and how we wear it is a powerful outlet for self-expression. It’s more than just a fashion statement; it’s a reflection of ourselves. Marisol talks all things fashion, therapy, and puffy coats in this episode dedicated to her Asheville based business, SolReflection. In this 2 part series Adam and Marisol take an episode each to talk ab…
 
It feels very January right now, doesn’t it? And let’s be clear: that is not a compliment to the month of January. Ahem. Don’t worry if January feels hard for you too – it’s actually pretty normal. So today, I’m sharing a little gift with you . . . In this episode, you’ll hear: a snippet from our Managing Editor Kara Anderson’s new book, “More Than…
 
What if we are never as happy as we were before having a baby? There are ups and downs in every marriage or relationship. Marisol and Adam discuss their relationship as it stands now and how playing the long game can help get you through the rollercoaster of a relationship. Although Adam is not your "typical" sports fan he draws on a sports analogy…
 
2022 is officially here and Marisol and Adam break down their intentions, hopes, goals, and words for the year ahead. Marisol warns listeners to be carful what word they chose for the year, noting that last year her word was "courage" and boy did that come up time and time again, with Covid, Fertility, pre-term birth concerns, and more. Sometimes y…
 
How do we hold space for our partner's greatness? How do we hold space silently for others? How do you balance being quiet and strong while still holding one anther accountable? How has the Patriarchy kept men from being able to hold space for their wives or for friends? These questions and more shape the conversation on todays episode of Reading A…
 
Marisol and Adam discuss the complexities of Christmas in the time of Corona. The episode starts off with Adam and Marisol sharing favorite holiday traditions of quite, Christmas lights, church services, and music. Moving into current day, Marisol and Adam get vulnerable about their experience of anxiety, fear, expectations, joy, sadness, and anger…
 
Its taco soup night at Colette house which means...Tequila! Marisol and Adam discuss the lure of celebrities over dinner and attempt to play a game of crush or no crush. Enjoy this fun and light episode of Reading Aloud Podcast. Send us a DM and let us know if you like the new proposed podcast name! In this episode the couple has been watching Maki…
 
If your inbox is anything like mine, you might be experiencing a little “you-need-to-buy-this-for-Christmas” fatigue. I always like to remind myself that Christmas will come and the Baby King will be born, no matter what I buy or don’t. No matter what I get checked off on my merry-making list . . . . . . or don’t. No. Matter. What. Goodness, what g…
 
Sometimes, it can seem like the holiday season is over before we even had a chance to truly celebrate. And so this year, we’re wishing you a relaxing read-aloud Christmas, full of plenty of cocoa, warm blankets, and snuggles with your favorite people. If all of that sounds like a dream – we’ve got what you need to make it happen. So listen in to th…
 
When my kids were young, I tried narration in my homeschool. But instead of working how it was supposed to, it made my oldest daughter freeze with panic. She actually started hating books she had previously loved. Read-aloud time became fraught. And the quality of her education suffered for it. In today’s episode, I’m diving deep into the Charlotte…
 
If you have a child with ADHD or dyslexia and want him/her to love reading, this episode is for you. I’m sharing tips and tricks to help kids with ADHD enjoy reading and read-alouds in this episode of The Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… audiobooks: help or hindrance? what worked for one of Sarah’s dyslexic kids Sarah’s go-to resource for all thing…
 
Looking for my favorite stories about Christian saints and heroes? You’re in the right place! That’s what I’m talking about in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. (Heads up, I’m Catholic, so a lot of these titles will be of special interest to Catholic listeners. 🥰) There are lots of wonderful stories of Christian heroes, but these are…
 
Many of us worry about how screen time impacts our kids’ reading life. So how do we manage screens in a way that still makes it likely our kids will love to read? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… the case for helping kids engage with screens in a healthy way two times a day we go scr…
 
If you take your kids to the library and they consistently choose books you aren’t excited about them reading… what can you do? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… Sarah’s favorite places to check book reviews an alternate way to get library books dealing with silly books 🙃 vs ones thos…
 
How can we find books that engage both an 8- and a 4-year-old? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… why we shouldn’t leave picture books behind a tip for keeping kids engaged with longer books a few book suggestions! (naturally 😉) Books and links mentioned in the show RAR #73: What Your …
 
Should my kids’ reading correlate with their history studies? Many of make it a point to make sure our reading lines up with the time period we’re learning about in history. Is that a good idea? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… what I wish I worried about less when it comes to teachi…
 
Should I use Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons?That's the question I'm answering in today's short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You'll hear...Yes, if it works for you. No, if it doesn't.My own experience and my favorite alternatives A reminder: look for the easiest way to teach that also nurtures your relationship with your kids 💗Bo…
 
What should you do if your developing reader skips words when reading?That's the question I'm answering in today's short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You'll hear...Actually, we all do skip words when reading, but...Sarah shares a simple tip (🐢 🐢🐢)An idea if your child does this too (🎧 + 📚)Books and links mentioned in the showUsborne readers w…
 
Should we avoid abridged or adapted versions of classics?That's the question I'm answering in today's short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You'll hear...what abridged or adapted versions of the classics can offerwhat happened when Sarah's daughter read an abridged version of Heidihow adapted books can lead to better, richer readingLinks mention…
 
Today I'm sharing five books you'll love, plans for RAR this fall (books clubs and writing and events you don't want to miss!), and answers to your questions about reading a book a day.Wondering if including re-reading is a good idea, or how to stay awake while reading aloud? (You aren't the only one! 🥱)Tune in to hear:5 books your kids will adore …
 
In this episode, we're offering some tips and ideas to help you with the nitty gritty of reading more picture books. The whole RAR team is back, and we're answering your questions about reading a picture book a day.In this episode, you'll hear:the best way to create a picture book routineif reading the same books again and again is OK (YUP! 👍)when …
 
We're all on board with reading picture books to our younger kids, but that has to stop at some point, right? Ohhhhhh no. No, it does not. What do our kids stand to gain... and how on earth can we read picture books with older kids and teens? A lot. Here at RAR, we're always saying that there is nothing a novel can give your kids that a picture boo…
 
Last time on the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, we talked about what happens (and what our kids gain) when we read aloud a book a day. In this episode, we're digging in to how to look closely at a picture book—how to see what we might otherwise miss. You may be surprised at how much is there in a picture book, just waiting to be seen and heard!No less…
 
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