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Mom and Dad Are Fighting | Slate's parenting show

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Jamilah Lemieux, Zak Rosen, and Elizabeth Newcamp share triumphs and fails and offer advice on parenting kids from toddler to teens.


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Latest Episodes

On this episode: Zak Rosen, Jamilah Lemieux, and Elizabeth Newcamp help a listener who loves sharing the bed with their partner and kid. However, their current sleeping arrangement is creating quite the barrier for intimacy. How can they maintain a h... more

41 hours ago

On this episode: Zak Rosen, Jamilah Lemieux, and Elizabeth Newcamp help a listener who’s struggling with a very outgoing kid who can’t seem to understand stranger danger. How can the listener help their child be more aware, without causing fear — and... more

6 days ago

On this episode: Jamilah Lemieux, Zak Rosen, and Elizabeth Newcamp are joined by Slate writer, Aymann Ismail, to talk about his piece, Closed Book. He tracked down one of the most challenged books—a health and sexual education book called It’s Perfec... more

9 days ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 1.2k ratings
  • Love the chemistry

    With Doyin, Lucy and Zak/Jamilah. I’ve been missing the old Carvel/Rebecca dynamic- it’s nice to see some fire and disagreement with the hosts!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • 30min format is so rushed!

    I am a longtime listener and attempting to write a review that the hosts/makers will consider for improvement. The 30min format is not going well in my opinion. Sometimes I am checking my settings to see if the audio is sped up because hosts are talking so fast. The content feels way more rushed than it used to and the stories don’t get a chance to breathe. There are noticeably short segments before there’s another commercial. Also I love triumphs/fails/recommendations and they don’t consistentl... more

    Apple Podcasts
    meeting my needs so far!
    United States2 months ago
  • Love MADAF

    Man, some of these reviews are really mean! I love this podcast and still listen even though my kids are grown. Current hosts have great chemistry together, IMO. All have interesting perspectives and I enjoy when previous host come for a visit.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago
  • Good conversations about important parenting topics

    Podcast Addict
    Castin' in CT
    8 months ago
  • They are called children for a reason

    They eat dirt so why would you allow they to choose who they ‘think’ they want to be for the rest of their lives at 5 more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States10 months ago

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