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Mom and Dad Are Fighting | Slate's parenting show

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Gabriel Roth, Rebecca Lavoie, and Carvell Wallace share triumphs and fails and offer advice on parenting kids from toddler to teens.

Customer Reviews

Amazing show about PARENTS not parenting

I look forward to this every other Thursday (I wish they updated more!)

This show isn't about proselytizing to listeners on how best parent -- it's a simple conversation on the host's triumphs and fails of parenting, plus some weekly topic about a parenting issue in the news.

I don't even have kids, but I still so enjoy Allison and Dan each episode. Definitely worth subscribing to!

Awesome podcast

This is a great podcast - interesting, relevant topics, with funny, honest hosts who are clearly in the muck of parenting right now and they aren't afraid to talk about it.

Great But Needs Diversity

The hosts - Allison and Dan - are both smart, funny, and insightful. But the podcast is horribly lacking in diversity. I loved when Emily Yoffe came in to sub for Allison because she brought a more diverse perspective in the sense that her daughter is well into double digits. Allison and Dan are wayy too similar - yes, they live in different places and are different genders - but both appear to be overeducated, privileged, middle-class liberals with young children. And I’m speaking as an overeducated, privileged, middle-class liberal. Their similarities can give the show a stale, preaching to the choir feel. But, I love them both - so, Allison and Dan, could you please bring on more “diverse” guests, get another anchor, or talk about issues that challenge you further? Like, maybe could you bring on some rabid Republicans who believe in school vouchers with every fiber of their being just to spice things up?