Parent Driven Development

Episode 067: Goodbye, for now.

1:00 Parent Driven Development reflects on what it’s like being a panelist on the podcast

Imposter syndrome

Multiple purposes to be an effective parent

Expanding perspectives, ideas, and parenting techniques

Ability to relate with one another

8:40 What we hope to our listeners take away from the podcast

There is no one way to parent

You’ll continue to grow as a parent

You are not alone - every parent, kid, family, circumstances are different

13:30 What would we have done differently?

Earlier sponsorship

Episode format

16:15 Parting words for listeners

Thank you!!

You’re doing a great job.

17:17 Final genius and fail moments

Chris Sexton’s daughter uses the word arithmetic with her peers, but no one knows the word leading her to question whether her parents played a prank on her.

Allison calms down her family with deep breathing after her daughter has a potty accident.

KWu’s 3-year-old son feels super proud after helping shovel the snow, and he helped!

Chris Arcand finds the perfect snow sled for his son to be towed around in the deep Minnesota snow.

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Chris Arcand

Chris Sexton



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