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Reading Aloud

Marisol and Adam Colette

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Welcome to the Reading Aloud Podcast, a place where the creative, emotional and hilarious aspects of relationship communication are explored in real-time, by a real couple. Marisol and Adam provide you insight into how they communicate, navigate and thrive through married life (and a baby!).
 
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Marisol and Adam have vastly different approaches to how they communicate via text. A recent texting mishap causes them to open up a conversation about why it seems that men and women text differently. Do you think about managing the feelings of those that you're texting? Or are you just sending a bunch of thumbs up?! Want more Reading Aloud Podcas…
 
I want to help you think about what’s most essential in your homeschool. I’ve invited Kortney Garrison and Kara Anderson from the RAR team to chat with me about a favorite book when it comes to essentializing. We've been talking and thinking about the book Essentialism by Greg McKeown a lot here at Read Aloud Revival, especially as it relates to ho…
 
Marisol and Adam talk through a list of questions that "new" parents should ask themselves before they have kids. Too late! But some of their answers may surprise you! Tune in to find out which ones. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our Pateron! Check us out at https://readingaloud.captivate.fm (Subscribe, Download, and Review) F…
 
The Long Winter is the sixth book in the Little House on the Prairie series. It was first published in 1940, and is an autobiographical novel. Laura Ingalls Wilder based the series on her actual life as a child, settling the west. This particular story, The Long Winter, was set in the southwestern Dakota Territory during the severe winter of 1880-1…
 
In this exciting 2-part episode, Marisol and Adam recap their 2022 words and set new words of the year for 2023. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our Pateron! Check us out at https://readingaloud.captivate.fm (Subscribe, Download, and Review) Follow along on this journey through life on Instagram or facebook at @readingaloudpodca…
 
After another setback in their IVF journey and a new update on the possibility of surrogacy, Marisol and Adam are back to the drawing board for kid #2. Tune in to hear how each of them navigates this ever-changing landscape and attempts to align (or not align) their approach with each other. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our P…
 
In this week's episode, Marisol and Adam discuss the differences between their first round of IVF and their second round. Why is the second round more "relaxed"? Is that an indication of the baby to come? This episode also includes a conversation on if men today are helping around the house (and with children) more than society thinks they are. Wha…
 
The topic of death comes up again on the podcast and Marisol is very interested to learn what Adam's wishes are when he dies. Are they the same as Marisol's? Tune in to find out! Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our Pateron! Check us out at https://readingaloud.captivate.fm (Subscribe, Download, and Review) Follow along on this j…
 
As Marisol and Adam continue to navigate their fertility journey for a second child, several (both expected and unexpected) pathways to pregnancy have emerged. Listen in as they explain each pathway, learn how to navigate multiple pathways at once, and give their honest opinions on the very real possibility of choosing surrogacy for their second IV…
 
What if I told you that there’s an Icelandic Christmas tradition where you spend an entire day (or evening) reading books and sipping hot cocoa? And it’s what you’re SUPPOSED to be doing. Yes, this is a real thing! It’s called Jolabokaflod, and in this episode, you’ll hear: Where the tradition came from 3 super-simple steps to your own Jolabokaflod…
 
After receiving some difficult news at their latest IVF appointment for baby number two, both Marisol and Adam are in an emotional state. As they recap the experience, different perspectives lead to an argument about how Adam was communicating his overwhelm. Listen in real-time as they hash out the emotional rollercoaster of this IVF journey while …
 
By now, most of us are knee deep in our homeschool year. And no matter how far into your year you are, and no matter what’s happened that you either did, or didn’t, expect to happen, I’m willing to bet that something funny has happened: You’re carrying around a lot of pinecones. What on earth do I mean by that? In this episode, you’ll hear: All the…
 
Ever wonder what people are talking about in their cars? Listen in as Marisol and Adam journey to their appointment at the fertility clinic and debate whether or not they even want a second baby! Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our Pateron! Check us out at https://readingaloud.captivate.fm (Subscribe, Download, and Review) Follo…
 
Building off the ultra-popular episode "Adam Explains Star Wars" our hosts take a quick break from the second baby discussion to talk about Lord Of The Rings, why the magic is real, and - of course - how it all relates to having a second baby. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our Pateron! Check us out at https://readingaloud.capt…
 
Is it really possible to teach from rest? Even if you’re teaching a lot of different ages? And even if you feel a bit underwater, pretty much every single day in your homeschool? Let’s talk about it. This fall in Circle with Sarah, we’re diving deep into the principles of Sarah’s first book, Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Unshakable …
 
Kids can be expensive. Marisol and Adam discuss finances and check-in with one another about the cost and spending that comes along with adding another child into your life. Marisol and Adam talk about alternatives to the nuclear family and priorities when it comes to what they need to provide for a baby. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a m…
 
How much of our inner selves to do we feel comfortable sharing with others? How do we open ourselves up to one another and reveal our shadow selves, or parts of ourself that feels less safe? Is it our responsibility to share those things, or does that fall on the other person to ask the right questions and get us to open up? Adam and Marisol discus…
 
Every year in RAR Premium we do Christmas School. What is Christmas School? It’s 4 weeks of Christmas-themed Family Book Clubs that offer your whole family (from preschoolers to high schoolers) a relaxed, bookish learning experience. This year’s Christmas School is brand new and better than ever. Our 2022 Christmas School Guide is open-and-go, so a…
 
Chances are good that you’re already familiar with the picture book sensation turned childhood classic, Bear Snores On. But do you know the woman who wrote it? Karma Wilson has come up with some of her best ideas while eating ice cream or visiting the zoo. She was saved as a child, in a way, by C.S. Lewis’s Narnia. And… she homeschooled her own kid…
 
Marisol and Adam discuss their recent experiences with ABC's The Bachelor and what has lead them to proclaim that they will no longer be tuning in. Did the show take things to far? where do you draw the line with over editing and the producers taking control over a storyline? Marisol and Adam discuss their perspectives, how they see themselves in t…
 
How often are you and your spouse having sex? How often do you want to be having sex with your spouse? Marisol and Adam discuss their ideal sex life and what they need to maintain a physical and erotic connection in the day to day of their busy lives. Managing a toddler and a sex life can be a tricky balance and should Marisol have stuck with her i…
 
Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I doing enough?” I think we’ve all asked that question. If you’re homeschooling your kids, you might ask it every single day. It might even wake you up at night and feel like an elephant sitting on your chest. 🐘 Today, we’re going to talk about it. Find the rest of the show notes https://readaloudrevival.com/214/.…
 
Marisol continues to struggle with getting her hopes up with infertility. While they have a plan in place for next steps toward a second child; hope, luck, and chance are still at the back of her mind each month as they stop taking birth control. Marisol and Adam check in with each other around how they are dealing with this, their upcoming plans t…
 
Should your marriage or your intimate relationships be difficult? Marisol and Adam discuss their recent anniversary and the age old sentiments that there are "ups and downs" or "good times and bad times." Should the hard times be a cornerstone of your relationship? If you are a good fit together, should you struggle to be together? Want more Readin…
 
It’s Victorian London in the late 1800’s… and it’s been five years since the Sweep disappeared. Orphaned and alone, Nan Sparrow has no other choice but to work for a ruthless chimney sweep named Wilkie Crudd. She spends her days doing dangerous work–sweeping out chimneys. The job is thankless, but with her wits and will, Nan has managed to beat the…
 
Marisol and Adam continue their conversation about deciding to have a second child. They take time to reflect on the knowing and intuition that comes with raising children (and growing them inside you). They share their fears about Neo as a sibling, and gender dynamics that may arise. The couple also shares some BIG news they have about the future …
 
Marisol and Adam discuss adding another child to their family. The couple discusses their current family dynamic and their son, Neo's longing for being social. Marisol describes her experiences of swinging back and fourth between feeling really ready to have another baby and at times feeling like she absolutely could not handle it. Marisol and Adam…
 
Have you ever REALLY worried about one of your kids? What should you do if you don’t feel like you read aloud well? What’s the point of poetry memorization? What would you tell a mom who is confused about all the different homeschooling philosophies and methods? How do I know that I’m doing enough? What about homeschooling high school? These are al…
 
How do you mark the momentous moments in your relationship, personal life, or professional life? How do you celebrate others and want to be celebrated? In the season 6 opener, Marisol and Adam discuss celebrating the little and big moments in their life. How they feel most appreciated and make space for celebrations and recognition within their rel…
 
It's Adam and Marisol's wedding anniversary & the season 5 finale! For this episode of Reading Aloud, they share the adventure that was their honeymoon. The couple celebrated by taking a three week trip to Bali. Listen in to hear them recount the ups, downs, and shittier sides of their trip. Want more Reading Aloud Podcast? Become a member of our P…
 
Last time on the Read-Aloud Revival, I told you about the inspiration for the creation of Waxwing Books and our first book, A Little More Beautiful: The Story of a Garden. In this episode, I’ll take you on the rest of the adventure, from connecting with illustrator Breezy Brookshire to bringing on editor Michael Green, and finding art director Cara…
 
Adams shares his frustrations with societies propensity to make blanket statements. Marisol and Adam discuss broad sweeping generalizations and how being quick to judgement keeps people from making true connections and a sense of shared respect. Adam unpacks his feelings around the current flooding in Kentucky and a current situation he has found h…
 
It’s time! It’s time! It’s time! 🥳 We are SO excited to open pre-orders for our first release at Waxwing Books. It’s a story about seeing and being seen for readers who love Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney or The Library by Sarah Stewart and David Small. Find the rest of the show notes here https://readaloudrevival.com/kickstarter/.…
 
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