“Car Seats & Common Sense” Discussed by Some Punchy Dads on Cast of Dads Podcast #14


The Cast of Dads were in rare form for this podcast titled “Car Seats & Common Sense“. Maybe it was something in the air or something we drank but geez! But we were still able to offer our “sagely” parenting advise throughout the podcast. I guess that once and a while, we can let what little hair we have down a bit, right?


Episode #14 was recorded before Easter, but CC Chapman, the dad putting together all of the podcasts was recovering from some knee surgery but is well on the way to recovery. We discussed a wide range of topics in this episode including:

  • First Sleepovers
  • Max’s new grill
  • Which is harder to build? A swing set or a new grill.
  • Car seats for kids in buses & taxis
  • Convertible stroller into car seat
  • The “fun” of car seats
  • How did we ever survive before seat belts and safety everything
  • Common Sense = THE most important parenting skill
  • Texting while driving
  • Spot the Texting Game
  • Modern day Scarlett Letter?
  • C.C. apologizes to Cornell Basketball
  • Power washers
  • Spring Cleaning & Outdoor tasks
  • Home gardens
  • Yard Work Love vs. Hate
  • Brad wants to use a snow blower
  • Ocean Temperatures
  • Smurfing it up

If you have questions or ideas for topics that you would like us to cover (remember, between all of us we have 13 children ranging from newborns to young adults), just send us an email to [email protected] or tweet us at @CastofDads! Also, our podcast listener base is growing! If you are interested in sponsoring our podcast for an episode or a month, be sure to contact us!

As always, the full podcast is available on CastofDads.com and now on iTunes. You can also listen to the podcast below:

Cast of Dads – Episode #14 “Car Seats & Common Sense”

If you are interested in sponsoring this podcast, please leave a comment on the Cast of Dads site, send an email to castofdads@gmailcom or leave a question/comment on my Contact form.

Cast of Dads is a group of podcasting and blogging dads who gather to gab about fatherhood. The cast of dads includes C.C. Chapman, Jeffrey Sass, Max Kalehoff, Michael Sheehan, and Brad Powell, who collectively represent 13 kids from the youngest of babies to full grown adults. Each of them brings a unique perspective to being a father.

HTD says: Are we going to have GPS’s embedded in our kids in a few years? Is too much monitoring bad for your relationship with your kids? Let me know.



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