This special episode of show is sponsored by our partner Movember. Movember's newest offering, Family Man, is a FREE parenting program designed to equip parents with the skills and tools they need to deal with difficult behaviours in kids ages 2-8. Family Man's goal is to offer parenting solutions [...]
The dads discuss the challenges and opportunities while looking for a job during COVID, as well as their first and favorite cars. Tom Riles and David Guest are joined by fellow dad Michael Ardelean, founder of Intro Limited, a boutique recruiting firm which takes a relationship based approach to recruiting tomorrow's [...]
Online Learning and BBQ: The dads discuss fully online school with their kids and the wisdom of “searing and letting it rest” when cooking BBQ – with Tom Riles, David Guest and Inigo Laugermann
Football and Braces: The dads discuss the joy of football returning and the perils of paying for braces – with Tom Riles, David Guest and Inigo Laugermann
Tom Riles, David Guest and Inigo Laugermann discuss topics of ghosts and the making movies with their kids. This month, Inigo’s documentary about fatherhood, “A Father’s Day” competes in the Los Angeles Motion Picture Festival in Malibu, California.
Filmmaker Inigo Laugermann joins Tom Riles and David Guest to discuss his new feature length documentary, “A Father’s Day” and what he sees with the current state of fatherhood…as they also discuss their experience with jury duty.
If schools were physically open now, would you feel comfortable sending your kids? The dads discuss that topic and also transcendental meditation.
Tom, Josh and David discuss the confusion of returning to fully online school for their kids and the strange world of weed dispensaries.
Tom Riles and Josh Huber bring on an expert to talk about back-to-school (or back-to-homeschool) in 2020, as they chat with Dr. Michael Rich from Boston Children’s Hospital, and founder of The Center on Media and Child Health (CMCH). The dads discuss the struggles parents, students, and teachers are facing [...]
The dads discuss the brutal realities of pest control and the happiness of having pro sports coming back soon.