Mom and Dad Are Fighting: iPads in the classroom, married and both pregnant.

What It’s Like to Be Pregnant at the Same Time as Your Wife

What It’s Like to Be Pregnant at the Same Time as Your Wife

Slate's parenting podcast.
Jan. 21 2016 10:10 AM

Mom and Dad Are Fighting: The Worst Time for Your Milk to Come In Edition

Listen to Slate’s parenting podcast about iPads in the classroom and what it’s like to be pregnant at the same time as your wife.  

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In this week’s edition of Slate’s parenting podcast Mom and Dad Are Fighting, Slate editors Allison Benedikt and Dan Kois talk to Launa Hall, a former Virginia elementary school teacher about her experience with iPads in the classroom. Then we talk to married couple Kate Elazegui and Emily Kehe about their experience being pregnant and becoming new moms at the same time. Plus parenting triumphs and fails, and a listener call about when to start throwing birthday parties for your kids.

This week on Slate Plus, Keith Hernandez, Slate’s new president, talks about his ultimate triumph with baby passports.

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Dan recommends the best game for children since Ace of Hates: Stinker

This week’s advertisers are Boll and Branch, Club W, and Hello Fresh.

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Podcast produced by Ann Heppermann. Our intern is Shiva Bayat.

Allison Benedikt is Slate’s executive editor. Follow her on Twitter.

Dan Kois edits and writes for Slate’s human interest and culture departments. He’s the co-author, with Isaac Butler, of The World Only Spins Forward, a history of Angels in America, and is writing a book called How to Be a Family.