Thanks so much for coming by to check out Episode 213 of The New Family Podcast, where we highlight the best parenting advice shared on the show this year.
For this special episode, we look back on some of the best parenting advice shared on the New Family Podcast in 2018. It is definitely hard to choose from among all the wisdom shared here over the 50 or so episodes we did this year, but we think this round-up of 10 gives us a lot of good stuff to think about. For links to the full episodes from which these audio clips come from, be sure to visit our show notes! If you’ve enjoyed listening in 2018, we’d dearly appreciate it if you’d consider supporting our Patreon campaign. That’s a platform where people can support their favourite independent content creators for as little as a dollar a month, helping us to keep this show entirely free to you. Happy Holiday to all!
Here are all the episodes referenced in this best-of round-up for 2018
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