Noah and Jack are joined by Lakeville City Councilman Luke Hellier. Pardon me, the Honorable Luke Hellier. He wouldn't shut up about that. Also, he demanded that nobody make eye contact with him. The three dads, plus producer Benjamin Kruse from Up and At Em with Jack and Ben, talk about sleep and what life would be like if they were gettin' some...
Sleep. Getting some sleep.
Noah and Jack are joined by local news Twitter celebutante Seth Kaplan. In this episode Noah, Jack, Seth and totally awesome producer Benjamin Kruse discuss a bunch of stuff you'd know if you just listened to the episode. That's the whole point of a podcast. You can't just go through life reading the description, man.
Noah's wife thinks we've gotten stale so she sent in her brother in law to spice things up. Plus other ways to keep the bedroom lively.
What do Cinco de Mayo and St. Patrick's Day have in common and what does it have to do with Noah's swimming pool. Which country does the best Mexican food come from? The answer will surprise you.
Noah and Jack talk about date nights and what it's like to get a house ready to sell while you live with tiny people who love to make messes. Sorry for the delay, Jack was trying to get a house ready to sell while living with tiny people who love to make messes.
Noah and Jack talk to former "Wrong About Everything" podcaster Mike Franklin about what possessed him to buy an RV and travel the country...or at least his driveway.
Jack talks about the post he put up on his Facebook page on his birthday and what a difference a year can make. Priorities, sacrifice, perspective, and why you should keep your opinions about other people to yourself.
Noah Rouen is back from his Florida vacation. Jack and Noah talk kids and, oddly enough, bed shopping.
Filling in for the vacationing Noah Rouen is Jack's college buddy, Ryan May. Three years ago Ryan was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and his fast paced career was replaced with the full time job of being a stay at home dad to his three kids.
Noah is on assignment in Florida with his kids and fellow podcast Andy Olson fills in. Jack just got back from a family vacation in Florida and the long airplane ride with a toddler.
Noah Rouen and Jack Tomczak (with some help from poducer Ben) discuss what other (good) parents do to mold their lumps of whiny destructive clay into capable and presentable adults.
If you don't subscribe to this podcast on iTunes you're probably a bad parent.
Poducer was intentional. Get it? Pod.
Noah and Jack read almost 10% of a list about the things parents of successful kids do to make their kids so darn successful. They read so little of the list because their opinions and anecdotes are way better than some list from the Internet.
Noah and Jack talk about taking your kids out in public and what to do when they decide to befriend someone other dad.
Noah is on assignment. Father of four Andy Olson fills in. Childless Benjamin Kruse asks two dads questions about fatherhood.
Noah and Jack finish up a list from the Art of Manliness. It's good. You should listen to it.
Noah and Jack sit down with MN State Senator Michelle Benson and talk about how a busy mom handles life as a busy legislator.
Jack and Noah are joined by Mark Giga to talk about how not to screw up Valentine's Day.
Jack and Noah explore the world of car smells plus an update on Noah's dad fitness.
Jack and Noah discuss the Art of Manliness by starting a list of 18 tips to be a great dad.
Jack interviews InnerActive Owner Teddy Anderson. It's a place to bring your kids when they're driving you nuts.
Noah and Jack talk about New Year's Resolutions and making changes in your life that will keep you around be a dad longer.
Jack and Noah's kids are on on Christmas break from school and some genius thought it was a good idea to have them in the same room for the podcast recording. Idiot.
Jack and Noah discuss the age appropriateness of carrying firewood, chimney sweeping, and mowing the lawn. Plus why only communists put up fake trees for Christmas
Catch Jack and Noah on the front end of the Christmas while they are still joyful and excited for the many blessings of the season.