Things are much different for my kids growing up than they were when I was growing up. If you’re a child of the 70’s, 80’s, or 90’s, and are a parent now, you might recognize some of these things that were commonplace in your childhood that might make your children look quizzically in your direction.
While our kids believed us when we told them some of these things, there was definitely a certainly level of skepticism. Listen to this week’s seven minute episode to see if any of these seven things ring true for you too.
Hopefully you’ll be at least mildly amused by today’s episode. If you think of any thing that you would add to today’s episode that was commonplace for you and crazy to your kids, be sure to leave a comment.
Today’s episode is only seven minutes long, so it will be easy to listen to on the site or to download it to a mobile device (there are options below) and listen to it while running an errand.
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|Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home. Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBooks, podcasts, loves Pinterest, documents the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.|
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