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The year Evan turned 19, his mother died, and he became a father. He put aside his college plans and chose to raise his son. 15 years and another kid later, Evan gets candid about his struggles as a young dad and how he's now taking the time to discover who he is beyond the role of "parent". Interviewed by LeNora, his sister, who is not a parent, by choice, Evan shares his journey with humor and some sibling banter.
 
The Parenthood After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of NBC's Parenthood.Show Summary: The four grown Braverman siblings — Adam, Sarah, Crosby and Julia — share the joys, heartaches and headaches of parenthood in their California hometown. As their parents deal with life and marital issues, the four lean on one another while tackling the challenges of modern family life in an updated reimagining of the 1989 film by the same name.
 
THE PODCAST PARENTS NEED Being a parent can be the greatest and the hardest thing you’ll ever do. In Navigating Parenthood, brought to you by HCF, parents and experts share their stories – the joys and stress, the advice and the insight. In the first two seasons of our podcast series, we explore the most challenging periods of any parent’s life: from taking those first baby steps in season one, to staying in step with our teens in season two. In season three, Imperfect Parents, our host Jess ...
 
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On Tuesday, June 15, Trey discussed how athletics and sports can play a huge role in a child's life, teaching them many lessons, including lessons in the Faith and cause growth in spirituality. He quoted 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 which talks about running a race and only one runner gets a prize. He also pulled some things from the "Cashechism", and use…
 
On Tuesday, June 8, Stephanie was back with Trey to talk about how downtime can still be an opportunity to grow in holiness. You can't fill your children's tanks if yours is empty! They discussed the importance of doing things to replenish yourself, whether that's exercise, quiet time, reading, getting dressed up, etc. - Whatever helps you to unwin…
 
On Tuesday, May 25, Trey talked about God's love for us, and His desire to love Him in return of our own will, without being forced by Him, which would not be love at all. He compared it to the family and parenting our children. Parents can teach children Truth, show them the way and raise them up in the Faith, but they ultimately cannot make them …
 
On Tuesday, May 18, Trey talked about John 15:1-11, where Jesus talks about abiding in Him and bearing fruit. He says He is the Vine and we are the branches. We are to abide in Him in order to bear fruit in our lives. What does it mean for us to abide in Christ and Him to abide in us? What does it mean to be pruned in order to bear fruit? Think abo…
 
On Tuesday, May 11, Trey talked about evangelizing our children and families as parents. Evangelization is the proclamation of Christ in word and deed. What do we need to do to set our families “ablaze” (evangelize them) and help them to evangelize others? He discussed the 4 foundational things he believes are important in evangelizing our children…
 
Evan and LeNora discuss why Evan doesn't use his kids to get attention on social media. Evan acknowledges that he did sacrifice going to college at 19 to raise his son(s), but he doesn't go around asking for applause. He also admits to asking his kids for permission to go out. Sibling banter: LeNora misses the days when her younger brother was more…
 
On Tuesday, May 4, Trey talked about offering ourselves fully to Christ, especially in the Mass. If we unite our lives to Him in every area, nothing we go through is an empty event; it has purpose when we unite it to Christ and His suffering. He also discussed the ordinary life that Jesus lived, the years of his life that are undocumented, and the …
 
Do parents make more effort to remain friends with people who also have kids vs people without kids? Evan discusses his desire to have more childfree friendships and why it's important to him. LeNora offers her perspective as a childfree person. And yes, we know Evan sounds like he's recording from a bathroom. Podcasting in a pandemic makes you do …
 
On this episode, Evan talks about the emotional toll of kids' hospital visits, not having anyone to talk to, and how important it is to ask for help and support. LeNora asks Evan what is missing in the parenting community that would offer better support for those who feel overwhelmed. Follow Accidental Parenthood on https://instagram.com/accidental…
 
On Tuesday, March 23, Trey and Stephanie talked about what to do and how to keep your children engaged in the Faith. Their conversation stemmed from an article found on the USCCB's website. They touched on the 5 points from the article which are 1) Parents, step up to the plate, 2) Be prepared for questions, 3) Teach your children to pray, 4) Foste…
 
On this episode, Evan talks about moving into his own place and how personal space helped decrease his anxiety and depression. He also shares how his two kids moved in with him. LeNora and Evan recorded this episode (and subsequent episodes) in LeNora's home office instead of her walk-in closet. However, they realized in post-production that it sou…
 
On Tuesday, March 16, Trey talked about the 7 Secrets of Purposeful Parenting: 1) Parenting is Hard 2) Keep the Main Thing the Main Thing 3) Read and Write Mysteries 4) Coach to play 5) Build Scaffolds and Use Funnels 6) Tell Stories 7) Say Yes Listen in to hear the details about each of these secrets! And remember to pray, parent with a purpose, a…
 
For some, the first parenting challenge is actually having children – maybe it hasn’t been a possibility till later in life. Many women are delaying having a family well into their 30s and beyond so they can focus on other areas of their lives. And some might not find their life partner before their ideal fertility years. So, what happens when a wo…
 
Life teaches us many things along the way, leaving us with valuable advice we can pass on to our kids, as well as other parents around us. Parenting is never easy, but looking back helps us celebrate successes and unpack how we’d do things differently. Jessica Rowe chats with parents at the top end of their parenting journey, with grown-up kids who…
 
Technology has changed the way we all live – and the benefits can be felt across all ages and life stages. But how do you keep your kids safe online? How do you manage the right balance of screen time for kids? And how do you have the hard conversations about what’s out there and face up to the reality inappropriate material is so easy to come by. …
 
When you embark on family life, you hope to head down the safe and predictable road – healthy kids and partner, a job with enough income to live comfortably, and good mental health. But sometimes life can catch you unaware with a thunderbolt from the blue. Jessica Rowe chats with a mum about how her life took a very different turn to the one she ha…
 
Single-parent and blended families are just some of the many types of modern families. Raising a child can be difficult under any circumstance, but even more so if you’re going it alone. It can be hard and lonely. And how do you reach a place with your ex-partner that’s positive for your whole crew? Jessica Rowe chats with a parent who’s found a gr…
 
Every new day brings a new challenge in the life of a busy parent. While you try to smile your way through it, there are times when you can’t keep your cool, you think you’re failing, or when work is too much. Jessica Rowe chats with a parent about how she wrote her own parenting rulebook when it comes to juggling the work-life balance, dividing du…
 
THE PODCAST PARENTS NEED Being a parent can be the greatest and the hardest thing you’ll ever do. In Navigating Parenthood, brought to you by HCF, parents and experts share their stories – the joys and stress, the advice and the insight. In the first two seasons of our podcast series, we explore the most challenging periods of any parent’s life: fr…
 
On Tuesday, March 9, Trey talked about the current struggle with the pandemic, from the masks and not being able to understand what someone is saying half the time, to being 6 feet apart when we are meant to be much closer. How do we deal with the division, both physical and spiritual, that seems to be rampant right now? Trey talked about trusting …
 
In this episode, Evan "sings" about men's mental health and how he got comfortable with bottling up his feelings about the loneliness in relationships and parenthood. LeNora asks Evan if he felt joy coming home at the end of the day. They also discuss how Evan kept his mental health struggles a secret. LeNora shares her experience going to therapy …
 
Evan shares his feelings about the news of kid #2 on the way and the decisions he had to make. LeNora and Evan also discuss their experiences working with children and how that can inspire the choice not to have kids. Also, in this episode, why it’s important to talk about things that make you feel uncomfortable. Follow us on Instagram Email us: AC…
 
On Tuesday, February 23, Trey broke down the Mass, talking about the 3 main parts of it: 1) the meal, 2) the Presence, and 3) the sacrifice. Meals are usually intended to be a gathering place where we not only eat, but share our thoughts, lives, etc., which is like the Mass; we gather with others as the Body of Christ and bring everything to God. S…
 
On this episode, Evan and LeNora laugh a lot! Evan laughs when LeNora asks if having kids is the best thing he will do in his lifetime. LeNora laughs when Evan does an impression of adult kids asking parents for money. Evan talks about losing his identity after becoming a parent and how he's gaining it back. Sibling banter moment: Why does LeNora h…
 
On this episode, Evan talks about setting boundaries with extended family members as he raises his kids. LeNora shares how girls are groomed from a young age to "want" to become mothers. By comparison, Evan was only concerned about what colour Power Ranger he wanted to be. Other topics in this episode: Using photos of kids to get more "likes" on so…
 
On Tuesday, February 9, Trey talked about staying true to your Faith regardless of your life’s circumstances. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. In marriage, in school, in jobs that we might not like, we are called to serve and love God, ultimately putting Him first in every situation. Jesus asks us to take up our cross and follow Him,…
 
Evan has a few choice words for people who say, "Have a kid! Even if you can't afford one!" He shares his financial experiences during those early years of parenthood. Also on this episode, Evan and LeNora discuss how friendships change once a baby arrives. We are on Instagram! Our email: accidentalparenthood@gmail.com Website: https://accidentalpa…
 
On Tuesday, February 2, Trey talked about the Sacrament of Marriage and specifically, teaching your children to understand the sacrament. What is a sacrament? What is the Sacrament of Marriage and what does it entail? Sacraments are meant to confer grace, and Trey talked about utilizing that grace and leaning on it in a marriage and in the family. …
 
On this episode, Evan talks about living with his 2-year-old son. LeNora confesses her true feelings about watching her brother struggle during those early years of parenthood. They also discuss the need for personal space and lack thereof when you have kids. Sibling banter moment: Can you guess how many times Evan has had sex? Accidental Parenthoo…
 
On Tuesday, January 19, Trey and Stephanie talked about Marcel LeJeune's recent blog post titled The World Needs Countercultural Catholic Disciples! As Catholics, we are called to be in the culture, but to be counter-cultural by living out our Catholic Faith boldly despite the culture's views and beliefs. They talked about teaching your children ho…
 
On Tuesday, January 5, Trey and Stephanie Cashion talked about the Year of the Domestic Church, which was recently declared by Pope Francis, along with the Year of St. Joseph. In this episode, Trey and Stephanie discussed how the family life should be an external representation of the Church and what we believe as Catholic Christians. They talked a…
 
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