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Sam Davies, Jeff Mueller, and Scott Williams discuss what it means to be a father raising daughters. They trade anecdotes, drop some science, and talk about how completely unprepared they are for this.

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Very Enjoyable Parenting Podcast

I really enjoy this podcast. I had listened to the first few a few months ago, and due to a busy schedule, just got back to listening to what I have missed. Within a day, I binged listened to 4 episodes. That should tell you something about the content.

The hosts are easy to listen to, funny, even winsome at times. They talk about the serious topic of raising children, but are not afraid to point out when they make mistakes, or how they are learning along the way. As a father myself, I have times that I wonder if I am doing things right. These three guys really speak to the heart of a parent, especially that of a father. They show that even if you read every book on parenting, no one is an expert, and children are just unpredictable at times.

As far as the quality of the show goes. These three guys are in different locations, and yet the sound quality and editing sound great. It sounds as if they are sitting right next to each other in the same room. I have listened to some podcasts that are poorly recorded and you can tell that one person is using a lower quality mic than the other. That always takes me out of the listening mode and makes it hard to lose myself in the dialogue. This podcast does not have that problem. As I stated above, I was able to listen to 4 podcasts back to back (or front-to-back) and enjoy them immensely.

Great job gentlemen! Keep up the amazing work. I will definitely be sharing and recommending this podcast with my other parenting friends.

Humor and Insight

A good average episode length, 3 affable hosts, and a topic near to my heart as the father of a little girl, though I feel the subject matter applies pretty well to any kid so far.

It’s well edited and funny, and nice to hear the perspective of 3 different dads from very different backgrounds/geographies.

a good lighthearted parenting podcast

Seems like good therapy for the hosts, glad they let us listen.

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