When it comes to the new craze of podcasts, parenting is following along in the footsteps of every other company and sites that which to give free advice, in the hopes that the next generation of young adults will be healthier and all around better citizens. Of course, as with all other websites found on the internet, a parent has to be careful when choosing which podcasts to download and from which website.
My first choice for parenting podcasts is the various different ones that can be found on the parents journal online (http://www.parentsjournal.com/radioshow). The parents journal is a reputable magazine known worldwide, so it is safe to say that the podcasts that they offer will be accurate and informative information. On the page listed numerous choices can be made upon what to watch, on which topics interest you, and they offer one hour podcasts. This makes it easier for the average person to take time out of their day, while still allowing it to be long enough to actually contain extensive amounts of useful parenting information.
My second choice for parenting podcasts also comes from a reputable parenting magazine that most of us have heard of. Parents magazine offers free podcasts on varying different subjects, from people that are experts within their specific fields. (http://www.parents.com/fun/ entertainment/gadgets/parents-magazine-free-podcast/)There are not as many choices on this site as there are on the one listed above, but any type of information that can be listened to that comes from a reputable company is worth listening to and learning from.
Parenting is a serious business to the majority of people that have children, and when it comes to listening to podcasts it is no different than choosing a book or magazine. The information has to come from a reputable source that is a leader within their field. People that give the advice have to be people that actually now what they are talking about, and can back up their information if needed to. Numerous podcasts can be found by searching the internet for them, but the two that I found to be most reliable, and informative where from the two sites that I gave above.