Every week, Raven’s wife, Alicia, gives Raven a grade based on how he behaved as a husband. This week, Alicia texted Anna because she was so annoyed about where Raven went last night when he should have been packing…Check out the podcast.
Fast food workers rarely make good tips, but a new trend is starting to change that and Anna thinks it’s ingenious! (:30)
Every Friday, Raven’s wife Alicia calls in to the show to give Raven a grade on how he did as a husband that week! This week, Alicia is getting ready to go on vacation and Raven’s behavior has not been helping her stress level! (3:35)
Have a garage sale is a great to get rid of old junk. But if you just leave it out there for weeks, that’s all I need to know about you! (6:52)
Is there something that you’re still embarrassed to tell your parents about, even as an adult? Anna was nervous last weekend about her mom finding out about her new tattoo! (10:22)
Everyone has been fascinated by the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial, but Behavioral Expert Dr. Patrick Wanis spoke to Anna and Raven about the one detail everyone seems to be missing… (17:40)
What do you wish they taught in school? Anna’s friend said that her son called her in a panic because he didn’t know how to do a simple, everyday task! (20:51)
It’s time for Mommy’s Margarita Friday! Moms (and Dads) share all the crazy things that their kids have put them through this week that have definitely earned them a margarita! (28:31)
Have you ever been an audience member of a late night show like SNL? It’s not as hard as you think! Anna and Raven spoke to Jill and Amanda who have seen over 50 live shows combined and they revealed the secret on how to do it! (32:07)
Joe and Kristy have three children, 16, 12, and five years old. Their 16-year-old daughter watches the younger siblings often. She has requested to be paid to watch them because she can’t get a summer job because she babysits them so much. Kristy agrees, she helps make dinner, and is such a help. They should pay her, it’s a job! Joe disagrees, family helps and watches family. He thinks that she’s 16, she shouldn’t get a paycheck for babysitting her own siblings. What do you think? (36:07)
Michael thinks he’s got what it takes to beat Raven in pop culture trivia! Can he succeed and win the $400 jackpot? (44:07)
Every Thursday in The Feed Kevin talks to Kallie from ButFirstCoffee Blog.com about all things parenting and mom life. With the long weekend coming up for Memorial Day Kallie has some fun ways to pass the time in the car with kids, that don’t involve screens.
If you have kids that play sports you know how great it is to see them on the field, court, ice, whatever sport they are playing. It’s so fun.
Especially when kid’s do something hilarious like this. A boy in California has a VERY elaborate walk-up dance every time he comes to the plate in his tee-ball league. Everyone loves it. His mom, the other parents, even his teammates. If we ever see this kid in the major leagues one day I hope he still keeps this dance.
It’s a good question. Of all the colors they could’ve made school buses, why yellow? That yellow shade even has it’s own name in the color directory “national school bus glossy yellow”.
It started back in 1939 when transportation officials from all 48 states at the time agreed on a number of different safety measures for buses. One of them being the color yellow. Reason being is that yellow is very easy to see in the early morning hours, dusk, or late at night. Also, the black lettering against the yellow makes it easy to read from a distance.
It took a while for all school buses to get on board with the new standard. It wasn’t until 1974 that all school busses were finally yellow.