Meet the Parents podcast: What we talked about in March

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It’s all go on the Meet the Parents podcast as we’ve now completed our second month.

Topics this month have ranged from maternity and conception to the contrast (and similarities) between working and stay-at-home dads. We’ve talked about the impact of living such public digital lives and dealing with food intolerances. And we’ve peeked behind the curtain to explore what it means to be a parent blogger.

Here’s a quick overview and links to March’s five episodes.

Episode 4: Mother’s Day

For our Mother’s Day edition, Hannah, Vicky and I talk about maternity options, egg donation and our expectations of Mother’s Day. And 1980s pop sensations Go West.

Episode 4: Mother’s Day

Episode 5: The perils of our digital footprints

Amie, Julian, Mark and I talk about the implications of having such extensive digital footprints and what this means for both us and our kids, including a special guest appearance by my son Isaac.

Episode 5: The perils of our digital footprints

Episode 6: A dad’s life

It’s a mum-free week as Dave and I chat about fatherhood from the perspective of both a working and a stay-at-home dad.

Episode 6: A dad’s life

Episode 7: Food glorious food

Amie and I chat about food and food intolerances and celebrate her return to work after two years away.

Episode 7: Food glorious food

Episode 8: The weird and wonderful world of parent blogging

Amie, Dave and I talk about the occasionally weird and often wonderful world inhabited by those strange creatures known as bloggers.

Episode 8: The weird and wonderful world of parent blogging

Episode 9 of the Meet the Parents podcast will be published tomorrow (Thursday).

You can catch up with the latest Meet the Parents podcast episodes and show notes over on our website at meettheparentspodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Android or via Spreaker or our RSS feed.

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