Parenting Vs. Podcast

Podcasting is hard—it’s especially hard with kids around. We parent, discuss life, social topics, and the world around us—all while trying to keep our 3 kids busy, which never happens.

Friday, April 24, 2020

Adjusting to COVID-19 with Ryan Freeman from What's Up ABQ

Hi everyone! It's hard not to talk about our new lifestyles with COVID-19, so in this one we do just that. We sit down with Ryan Freeman from What's Up ABQ and chat how we're adjusting to a new lifestyle. We also chat about how our community is adjusting, and how humans can do so much good when we're in crisis.

Enjoy this co-broadcast with What's Up ABQ podcast, and make sure to subscribe to What's Up ABQ podcast to hear more of Lindsey and Ryan talking to the fine folks of Albuquerque about their passions.

Lindsey tweets at @LindseyFace28
Lorenzo tweets at @offlohi
Parenting Vs Podcast tweets at @parentingvspod

Ryan tweets at @Ryanpfreeman
What's Up ABQ tweets at @ABQWhatsUp

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