Simple Families offers solutions for living well with children. In this show, we focus on child behavior, positive parenting, family wellness, and decreasing the mental load. As a Mama with a doctorate in Child Development, Denaye’s perspectives are grounded in research, but more importantly real life.
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I’m a sahm and your podcast has saved my life. That’s all I can say, it easy to listen to, immensely informative and full of “huh, that makes so much sense!” moments. I’ve learned so much and my kids and I thank you for all you do. 😊💖
I love this podcast, super practical, straight forward advice given from an expert in child development. Any mom or dad or grandparent would benefit from listening. Recently the podcast has blossomed to included interesting guests that speak to the struggles of parenting and being human today. It’s so great!
Even before I became a caregiver for little ones, I listened to Denaye for years. She brings so much value to my weeks by providing insights and applicable suggestions on simple living, intentional living, minimalism, and children. Now, as a caregiver to two littles, I’m able to put my years of captive listening to practice and hope to institute all of the value and learning Denaye has brought to my life in the future with my own children.
I’ve listened to so many parenting podcasts, but this is the only one I listen to regularly. I love the realistic and honest approach… versus the other advice out there that sounds lovely in theory, doesn’t work out, and then the parent is blamed for doing it wrong. Also really appreciate the move toward simplicity, as that’s something I strive for in our home too.
The advice from this podcast has changed my life! Loved the why fewer toys are better episodes… Instead of feeling guilty my kid did not have a ton of toys because I didn’t have the energy to manage them, she helped me realize what kids really do/don’t need and how little time we actually spend at home sitting with purchased toys.
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Simple Families launched 6 years ago and published 312 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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