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The DTALKS Podcast - A Dad Podcast

The DTALKS Podcast is a parenting podcast with a focus on the dad’s perspective and features dads talking about life, kids, and stuff.  While dads have an obvious interest in our kids, there’s still room to discuss our hobbies, the movies we enjoy, TV shows we’ve grown up with, and other things that entertain us. Life in general, and especially as a parent, is in a constant state of evolution, and we feature conversation around both how we deal with it and how we prepare our children for the world they are growing up in.  Our podcast does feature guests that offer perspectives we do not. Some might be personalities you’re familiar with and others are our friends, but all have something unique to add to the discussion. We do try to keep the focus on their experiences with fatherhood, but go where the conversation takes us. 
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Jul 31, 2017

In this episode of the DTALKS Podcast, the dads talk to District 14 judge, the honorable Eric Moye about being a dad while studying law, being a dad to his daughter and two step-sons, listen to the wisdom he provides. 

Afterwards, we reflect on that conversation and then talk about the potentially volatile subject of discipline. This tends to focus on spanking, whether or not we both do and/or agree with it, but we do talk about how we've handled our kids so far. 

As always, this episode features America's favorite segments "Ask the Dads", "Dad Jokes", and "Things You Should Check Out".

This episode of The DTALKS Podcast contains language you'd find in a PG-13 movie. That language may not be safe for work, for your kids, and listener discretion is advised.

Things to check out will be up on 7/31! Be sure to check back.

#playingcatch

#beabetterdad

Jul 17, 2017

In this episode of the DTALKS Podcast, the dads talk to WFAA Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus about being a dad while managing a career that keeps him busy, especially during inclement weather. Later in the episode, we talk to the returning Joe about the first few weeks of being a dad all over again. 

As always, this episode features America's favorite segments "Ask the Dads", "Dad Jokes", and "Things You Should Check Out".

This episode of The DTALKS Podcast contains language you'd find in a PG-13 movie. That language may not be safe for work, for your kids, and listener discretion is advised.

#fudbud · #twinsaretwobabies · #doubledad

#beabetterdad

Things to Check Out:

Galan: The Last Jedi Behind the Scenes Featurette & Spider-Man: Homecoming

John: Baby Driver

Joe: Big Sister (Big Brother spoof) & 30oz tumblers*

 

*Yeti, RTIC, Ozark Trail at Wal-Mart, etc. Joe suggested RTIC, but they are currently hard to get a hold of due to legal action from Yeti

Jul 2, 2017

In this episode of the DTALKS Podcast, the dads talk to friend of the show Eliot Silvey about raising two girls, 7 and soon to be 4, handling body image, and impact of business travel on you and your family. 

Joe was not able to make this recording session as he and his wife welcomed a new addition to their family. Send your congratulations to joe@dtalkspodcast.com!

As always, this episode features America's favorite segments "Ask the Dads", "Dad Jokes", and "Things You Should Check Out".

This episode of The DTALKS Podcast contains language you'd find in a PG-13 movie. That language may not be safe for work, for your kids, and listener discretion is advised.

#prohooha · #frontbottom · #dontletyourdaughterswearbikinis

#beabetterdad

Thinks to Check Out

John - Player Unknown's Battleground on Steam

Eliot - The Lost Causes and Netflix's "The Ranch"

Galan - Star Wars: 5-Minute Star Wars Stories

Matt - The Looking Glass Wars

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