Jeff and Lisa talk about the Jennifer Aniston Neuron (AKA the Grandmother Neuron). Hey, long time listeners: Did you know you have brain cells that light up when you think about or listen to this show? That's right, we're wired in to your brain.
There's so much happening in this episode. Jeff reports on trying an exfoliating body scrub. Then Brett gives a bachelorette party update and shares what the kids in her program were up to over the last year.
Samantha, Carol, and Jeff talk about nothing--and have a fun time doing it. There's some talk about nicknames, but all the other notes for this episode are eligible. Seriously, you might not want to even listen to this one.
Jeff tells Josie and Bethany about his big towel transition. Then the gang talks about Ozark, books, and kids as built in excuses.
Carol Kohl joins Jeff as Tamar Jacobson shares the second part of her early learning journey.
Carol Garboden Murray, Mike Huber and Heather have some strong feelings about a recent article published in Young Children ("Outdoor Recess Matters! Preventing and Reducing Children's Challenging Behavior on the Playground"). The process of article-to-episode included some highlighting, some heartbreak and a lot of sharing different ways of thinking as the co
Here's a long-form interview with Sherry Cleary.
Nicole and Jeff continue their deep dive into early math skills with a look at the role of language skills.
Carol Kohl joins Jeff as Tamar Jacobson shares her early learning journey.
Here's a long-form interview with Leslie MacNeil about her early learning journey.
At the end of a long road trip, Bethany's son vomited like Linda Blair in the Exorcist. We discuss.
Brett is back to broaden Jeff's horizons--this time she walks him through an upcoming bachelorette party she's planned. You won't want to miss this landmark episode-it is the first time the phrase 'penis glitter' is used on the Child Care Bar And Grill.
Here's a long-form interview with Nicole Halton about her early learning journey.
Nicole and Jeff discuss visual discrimination and the part is plays in getting kids ready to learn math skills.
Tash Treveton from Inspired EC is back with part two of her early learning journey.
Nicole shares 5 myths about infant outdoor environments, based on a blog post she wrote.
Here's a long-form interview with Mike Huber about his early learning journey.