Join us as we discuss:
A listener questions about an episode at Freakonomics.com on Parenting done by several economists.
The question is posed, do parents matter as much as we'd like to think?
Some fantastic lessons by the roundtable at Freakonomics.
What does the research suggest is the *most* important thing in parenting...and how it's not us.
The Economists Guide to Parenting - great podcast at www.freakonomics.com.
NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children - one of the single-handed best books I've read on parenting. Nurturing is really good, but is too much a bad thing?