When you're a parent, the only people who ever really get what it's like are other parents. And if you don't know any other parents, it can be hard to find people to listen. Luckily some of the best parenting podcasts out there offer advice and support from experts and people who know exactly what you're going through.
There are podcasts for young parents and parents of kids with specific needs. There are even several podcasts, such Solo Parent Life and The Single Mom Podcast, that discuss the difficulties of parenting on your own, offering advice and support to get you through. Experts on parenting podcasts range from expert doctors like Dr. Chiara Hunt on The Parent Hood to kid's singer personalities (and childhood educators) like Benny on Benny Time - Parent Time. When you need a laugh, there are incredibly relatable podcasts like I Am The WORST Parent Ever Podcast.
Wherever you find yourself in your parenting journey, there is a podcast for parents that offers the tips, advice, and support you want - and need - to hear. Vote up the best parenting podcasts and be sure to add any we might have forgotten.
By Parents On Demand Network provides practical information for new parents.
Host Tara Kennedy Kline talks about what it takes to be a functional - and fun - parent in today's wild world of raising kids.
Host Heather Wells shares tools, resources, and mindsets needed to navigate the difficulty of raising children alone.
Host Sarah Argenal shares discussions, stories, and practical advice for working parents who actually want to enjoy being a working parent
Host Jackie Flynn covers the "biggies" - from picky eating, grief and loss, ADHD, specific learning disabilities, divorce and more.
Host and founder of Shepherds Hill Academy Trace Embry shares practical parenting advice.
Host Dr. Robbin Rockett brings on a different guest each week to discuss all the aspects of being a single parent.
Discussing the difficulty of balancing life and parenting while still trying to be happy.
Internet Safety Expert Sed Lewis from Digital Parent reveals the tips and techniques to keep your child safe online while teaching them digital citizenship.
Tips for parenting a sassy, spirited, or strong-willed child from child therapists.
Kids singer, songwriter, performer, early childhood educator & Dad - Benny talks about fun and issues with influential community figures
The founders of The Bump Class, Marina Fogle and Dr. Chiara Hunt, share answers to the things parents really want to know about, from nits to reflux and even worry about returning to work - plus all the frustrations in between.
Host Meg Brunson interviews parent entrepreneurs from all around the world to ask them questions about how they're doing business and how it impacts their families.
Host Selma Bacevac discusses tips and tools to help the parent-child relationship.
Host Morgan Wright disscusses what it means to be a "Sheepdog Parent," from living to "protect the sheep and confront the wolf" to never negotiating the safety of the flock.
Host Julie Morgenstern shares her roadmap and productive parenting manual to life with conversations from real parents, advice from experts, and knowledge culled from her almost 30 year career as a consultant and a mom.
ParentTalk is a conversation that supports and encourages Moms and Dads, bouncing ideas and sharing similar experiences as parents.
Host Dr. Dan Peters and his guests discuss diverse and timely parenting topics each week and teach listeners how to sculpt their best and most authentic “Parent Footprint.”
Hosts Chris Lewis & Don Jackson share hints, tips, tricks, hacks, and resources to make the parenting journey easier.
Derek Schering talks about his life as a houseparent of kids with trauma.
Mamamia Podcast Network host Jo Abi shares the answers to "every back to school question you have."
By BigFings Media
PDX Parent magazine editors discuss the hottest parenting trends in Portland.
Host Mary Kathryn Johnson discusses each parent entrepreneur's "Once Upon a Time" stories and the tools they use for success.
Host Francesca Geens explores how to best prepare children for what lies ahead.