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As much as we all enjoyed the old Podcast Kid Theme Song… when you’re 9-years-old “Who’s cuter than a kitty dressed as a puppy” isn’t going to cut it anymore. So we hired our favorite voice-over dude Scott Schaffer to record some new liners… then I got to work putting together the new theme.
What do you think of it?
I know this “Kids Sing To Frozen” thing has been done to death… but it hasn’t be done to death if you only consider my kids…
Hey folks. Long time no see. This is Jenna’s Dad, aka The Other Guy aka James Kennison aka the producer of Podcast Kid.
I’d like to announce our intention to reboot the Podcast Kid podcast… and we need your help.
Due to a series of unfortunate events my primary job and contribution to my family is generated by podcasting. I’d like to ask you to visit our Patreon.com page and see if you’d like to contibute toward our goal of at least $10 per episode to get things rolling again. Here’s the link:
Giving through Patreon is fun. You contribute an amount per episode and you unlock rewards along the way. It’s like Kickstarter but for episodic content.
The show downloads have never slowed down… not in nearly two years being offline. I’m constantly getting emails from fans all over the world asking if Podcast Kid will be making more shows. We’re going to try.
Visit the page. Read our story. See what we’re wanting to accomplish. I believe you can be a part of it.
This update for the parents and guardians.
As you know we haven’t produced a Podcast Kid in over a year. We here in the Kennison household are all well. We miss podcasting. It’s just that James (aka: The Other Guy aka: The Dad), had a serious bout with Major Depressive Disorder and a lot of things in our world have changed in the past year. Things are much better now and we hope that one day soon Podcast Kid will start again… this time with two kids! Both Jenna and her brother J would like to talk about stuff that matters to kids and their parents.
Adults can read a bit more about James’ story here. Things are almost back to normal now… (Most recent life update) but the article will give you an idea of why everything just kind of quit all at once.
Here are some links to things that I, Jenna’s Dad, am doing online that you might enjoy.
The Made My Day Podcast – A weekly show celebrating the little, tiny, wonderful things in life.
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I’m writing on Depression Issues and Bible Stuff over at JamesKennison.com
Of course there’s Twitter
Thanks for your support. Stay subscribed and who knows… maybe one day 9 year old Jenna and 5 year old J will invade your earbuds once again.
Jenna, J and James talk about Honesty. Why is it important to tell the truth, not to steal and keep your promises? Learn about honesty in a fun and silly way with this episode of Podcast Kid.
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We’re back after nearly 6 months away from the mic! From now on we’ll be joined by Jenna AND her 4-year-old brother J! We’re talking about school (both VPK and 2nd Grade stuff) and how brothers and sisters can love each other even when they don’t always get along. Good stuff!