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Baby in the House

Phil Boucher, M.D & Tina Payne Bryson, PhD
ParentingKids & Family

Welcome to Baby in the House, the podcast where we tackle all those tough parenting questions where everyone's got an opinion, from grandparents, to neighbors, to that nosy lady behind you at the line in the grocery. Where we examine the research, sharing our experiences and those of the families we care for. We give you the clarity and confidence you need to make the right choices for your baby and family. Without guilt, confusion, or analysis paralysis. Tina Payne Bryson is a pediatric psychotherapist, a mom to three boys, and the co-author of the New York Times bestsellers The Whole Brain Child and No Drama Discipline. Her new book--The Bottom Line for Baby--is aimed at simplifying scientific research that can guide parents through their infant's first year. Phil is a board-certified pediatrician, husband, and father of five. He sees patients in his pediatric practice and actively engages parents online to bring peace, clarity, and confidence to over-busy, confused parents.


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 91 ratings
  • Informative and Science backed

    Great podcast backed by science and less opinions. I enjoy learning from this podcast and knowing that they do their research so that I don’t have to!

    Apple Podcasts
    Scorpio (the passionate one)
    United Statesa year ago
  • A must listen for every parent caring for a baby.

    Awesome advice from two professionals (a psychotherapist and a pediatrician) who are also parents and strike the perfect balance between the research, their work with kids in their practices and their own personal experience caring for their own kids. A must listen for every parent caring for a baby.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Worth a listen

    This is an amazing podcast. I wish I’d listened before I became a parent. The advice is sound and the chatting about topics seems so natural. Definitely listen if you are a parent.

    Apple Podcasts
    Ok but better out there
    Australia2 years ago
  • Awesome. Need more episodes!

    Great pod. Need more episodes!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Fantastic!

    This is the kind of information everyone needs to hear to make the perfect decisions for their babies and families! Thank you! Please continue making episodes, I can’t get enough! :D

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago

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