Alex invites his co-hosts of Joystick and Mouse to participate in a new concept: The Dad Round Table. This is an opportunity for dads to get together and talk about a specific topic. What better topic to talk about with Don and Tim than video games? The 3 discuss what it means to be a responsible parent who games with their children and how raise responsible gamers.
Alex has a very old friend of his, Joe Glorioso, on the show to talk about his experience with fatherhood. Joe's story is a really interesting one, and his focus on the important things in life has always been an inspiration to Alex. Join in to listen to conversations around martial arts, work life balance, strange work environments, and the importance of family. Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org to join in on the conversation.
Alex is extremely happy to have his very good friend, Chris Bascope, on the show to discuss his journey to becoming a father. Chris shares the fertility challenges he and his wife had up to this point, and how he's looking forward to being a father.
Alex invites a regular on the show, Jamie Sweetland, to talk about what Disney does right for families visiting their theme parks and consuming their content. They also talk about how their daughters have loved movies from Moana to Alice in Wonderland. Do your kids love Disney? Write in and let us know: email@example.com
Alex invites another fellow podcast listener to the show to share his perspective on fatherhood. Josh is a stay at home father with experience as a Martial Arts Instructor. He shares some important thoughts around the importance of self-defense and discipline as you raise a child.
Alex shares how he and Deanna have been dealing with a recent ear infection that Aria has been suffering from. It has resulted in really bad sleep regression and a lot of anxiety around the Albisu household. As someone that is prone to anxiety, Alex has shared some of the ways he's been coping.
Brian, a fellow podcast enthusiast, joined Alex to talk about how important hard work and setting a great example is for your kids; especially when you have four boys. Brian also shares some personal struggles he's experienced and how he has overcome them with a tremendous focus on what is important: being a caregiver for his family.