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Episode 31 · 5 months ago

It's all new Baby Baby

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

After a long break. Sean is back with a new show new topics new guests and the same swag. oh and lets not forget a new Baby!!!!

You are now about to witness the strength of street knowledge. You're listening to dance with Swag, where we keeping real on no topics. Whether you're a first time parent or a five time grand parent, this is the show for you. You let's go. So kick back, relax, and here's your host. This this Swagi's dad of all. So now fun. So what is up? Welcome back to another episode of Dad's with Swag. We're coming to you live from the dad's with Swag Studios. This is a great day. Six years ago today, we dropped our first episode of Dad's with Swag, and we coming at you with another episode now. I know that I've been gone for a minute and I want to thank everybody for their support, for their love, for their appreciation. Right, I figured we've been having some crazy times lately and you guys didn't need somebody like me spouting on about my opinions in my beliefs. It was time for me to take a back spend some time with my family, look inward, focus on myself and do some work. But now I'm back, baby, and we're back and we're better than ever. So Dad's would swag is coming. That you all new. If you've been listening for a while, you kind of know what the deal is, but we're willing to mix it up a little. So if you know of a guess that you'd like to hear on Dad's with swag, hit me up on the IG at your coach, Sawan, email me, Sewan, Sean alfonsocom we're willing to have anybody and anyone on this show. The people that you guys want to hear about right the people that you want to hear from. So hit me up, let me know who you want. I'll reach out to him. It doesn't matter if they say no twenty times, will reach out to him twenty one. You know what I'm saying. So I just want to say thank you, guys, for the support. We're back and this show we're going to we're going to focus on unity. You know what I'm saying. There's too much shit going on right now where people are focused on division, splitting everybody apart, talking about races and, you know, political beliefs and liberals and conservatives and all this shit. This show is about humans. I don't care what color you are, I don't care who you share your bed with, I don't care what God you preach to. It doesn't matter to me. I don't care. This is all about loving your kids, loving your family, loving your community, and all that other shit can go by the wayside because we're not dealing with that. If you want to deal with that kind of stuff, go listen to somebody else's shows. There's a million podcasts out there. If you want unity,...

...you want love, you want kindness, you want respects and you want, you know, a form where you could have your own opinion and say what you want to say how you want to say it, then this is a spot for you, baby. We Love You and we've glad you listening. All right, so there's a lot of a lot is changed, man, a lot is changed. A lot is changed since I've been gone and been away from this mic. A lot is changed. I have to give it up to God for blessing me. What a baby boy, Pierce, my son, born November fourteen. Oh my God, wife and I've been trying for this baby four years Yo. We've been trying for years. Finally got it. Oh my gosh, she's a precious little boy. If you guys follow me on Instagram, you probably see my pictures. I'm in love with this kid. But it's crazy because you know, and both of the girls are like Daddy, once you have pierced and you have a son, you're not going to love US anymore. But you know what, from the bottom of my heart, in my soul, everybody knows I'm a girl dad. Everybody knows it right. I love the Sun and I can't I can't wait to see the things that he accomplishes in the things that we can do together. But come on, I can't fake defunk man. I was built to be a girl dad. I love my baby girls so much and they're not even babies. Bella's looking at college as Yo. She's looking at college as a junior in high school. She about to leave the nest go spread her wings. And my little baby girl a man, I tell you what. She's just like her Daddy, strongheaded and opinionated, ha ha. I love you, baby A. Keep shining that light, but right now we're going to take our first commercial break. Hey, I just want you guys know any sponsor you're here on the show is stuff that I get down with, stuff that I fuck with here. I don't sponsor anything or promote anything that I don't think is authentic that I don't use myself. So if you hear it on the show, throwing the user code or pass codes or whatever discount codes I got and go ahead and give you know, give it a try. I'm sure you guys will like it. I get hit up all the time by people like hey, push this product, push this product, and I end up sending them their money back. You know, after I tried her samples, I'm like not a said, this ain't with it, this ain't swaggy enough to be on the show. So sit back, relax, enjoy a little commercial break and we'll be right back. Yo, Fellas, did you know that forty percent of men can't stay hard long enough to please their lady? Even the swagist two men can't fake an erection. Lucky for you, I have a swagged out VIP entrance type solution. It's called for Hymnscom, a one stop shop for hair loss and sexual wellness for men. Look, with kids, work and that honey do list, who has time to hit up the doctor and get a prescription for that little blue pill? What if I told you I can hook you up with the way? You can get the erectile without the dysfunction from the comfort of your own home. And I'm not talking some quote unquote supplement you pick up at the gas...

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...was forty seven when Pierce Pierce was born. So I'm not a young chicken anymore. You know what I'm saying? I'm not. I'm not a young gun. What's it like, you know, having a seventeen year old and a newborn in the same house like crazy, you know, it's weird. The only like, I call it the hangover effect. Right, I call it the hangover effect, and the reason I call it is is because it's like, you know, when you were like early s you go out and you'd Party and like you can wake up for church on Sunday, no problem, right, like you could get up, rally, go to church, go to school on Monday, whatever it and you know, hit the hit the job, whatever it needed to happen. All right, you can go out and party on a Thursday night still be to work on Friday bright eyed and bushy tailed. Right then you get into your s and it's like, you know, if you go too hard at it on Saturday night, like you're in bed all day Sunday just so you can get to work and be cool on Monday, you know. And it's like if you go too hard, too hard Friday night, it's like, you know, it's Netflix and chill all day Saturday because, like you can't even get out of bed. Right. So then you get to your S, right, you get your s and it's like, man, you go out with the Fellas for happy hour on a Friday night, like you'rently making it to work on Monday. Right, like the weekend is shot. There's no hanging out with the family on Saturday, like you're dying at the soccer game. You could barely make it to church, like it. It's like life is over as you know it. Right. So it's kind of like the same thing with a newborn. Right. It's kind of like the same thing. It that you get this hangover effect. So so when the when the girls were little, right, and I was sleep training them and and doing all that, it wasn't that big of a thing. And with Pierce, wifey and I, we split up the duties right, we go two nights on, two nights off with the girls. I did it all solo, Cholo, right. It was all by myself. You know, no big thing. I was a lot younger back then too, but this time around wife and I split up, split up the work fifty. So we'd go two nights on, two nights off, right, and then when the person would we tap in and out at seven in the morning. So like one person would be up with P like all night, from seven o'clock a night or seven in the morning. was kind of like your shift, right, so you kind of was in charge of you know if you'd wake up, because he'd sleep for like two or three hours at first and he'd wake up sleep for a bit. You know how it goes. You know how it goes. So and then at seven in the morning the other person would get up and relieve the other person and they go to bed and sleep. It's probably like usually like three hours. And let me tell you, eat us. I just typically sleep...

...from seven in the morning till ten in the morning. Those were the three best hours of sleep I've had in my life. Like every day it was I had the night shift and it was my turn to sleep the best three hours of sleep I could get and I'd go to bed be like Shit, man, I'm not tired, I can't go to sleep. I've been up all night, you know, I've had two pound a couple red bulls or some Celsius or something. I'm like, I can't, I can't go to sleep right now. I'd be out like in three minutes after hitting the bubb gone right, the greatest hours of sleep. But as we would do this, and I would, we would just switch on and off right my wife, you know, she a young chicken. She's just fine. Dude, ain't no thing me. I'm like dragging ass, like I couldn't catch up at all. So it was like for three months. It's like I just couldn't ever catch back up with sleep, with energy, with any of that stuff. It was bananas. But I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. You know, we got him sleep trained. He you know, he's sleeping through the night now, giving us those twelve hour click. So now it's like you don't even think about those. You know, eight to twelve weeks that you know you're you're up constantly all night, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. Man. So how old is too old? How old is too old to have another kid? Because, I tell you right now, I would have thought this was too old to have another kid, you know, I would have thought like anything over forty, forty something would have been too old to have another kid. But now, my shit, I could do one more, like, let's go, we all won my soul, I have to right. I don't know. I gotta check that with Wifei first. I hope you don't listen to this episode, but you never know, right, like I thought, shoot man, because I was thinking way far out right. I was thinking like college, High School, graduation. How am I going to how old am I going to be when Piers Graduates High School? How am I going to be when piers goes to college? Like am I going to be like walking into his fraternity house with a fucking Walker and shit all Crickety, like you think about this stuff, right, but then God gives you this little blessing, right, he gives you this little blessing and you have to let that all go. You know, I wanted to have this kid when I was like forty two, forty one, but no, he said no, Sean, that ain't my plan. My Plan for you is to have it at forty seven. That's my plan for you, right. I tried to make a plan and said no, I want this kid at forty two, and he said, no, you plan, Sean. I laugh. The plan is to have it at forty seven. So of course, bullheaded me try to knock down every wall, try to get this kid. You know, I want this kid forty two, I want this kid forty five, like trying everything, everything, everything, but then God says no, this is when it's going to happen. It's going to happen all my time. Right. It's crazy, man,...

...but I want to try it for anything in the world. And if you if you're in your s and you thinking about having another kid, you know, or I got a lot of buddies that you know, they're also on their second marriage and there they've married somebody who has never had children before. And you know, I even got a buddy actually he's on his second marriage and his current wife is on her second marriage and both of them have kids from a previous relationship that you know. We're a little bit older than Bella and Ava there there, and they're both empty nesters and they're thinking about bringing some chickens to the coup. You're never too old, right, you're never tool because it's God's plan, and if this is God's plan for you, then go ahead and rock it. All right, we will take another quick little break. Listen to some ads by this shit please. I you know it's good stuff. Anything we talked about her on the show's good stuff, but I will be back in a couple minutes. Enjoy to break with my busy schedule. We're always looking for healthy snacks. Our go to snacks are our xbar kids. They're the same high quality taste wife and I enjoy, but in a size and flavors kids love, still made with real ingredients and a label. I can read enough about what's in our Xbar kids. Let's talk about what's not in them. No sugars, gluten, soy or dairy. With Bell's crazy dance company schedule, I I always make sure she has her favorite apple cinnamon raising our xbar kids and her dance bag. And for AVA, Barry blast is her go to snack for acting class, especially when she always brings that yummy chocolate chip to school. Find them at target or go to our xbarcom forward slash swag and get your twenty five percent off that first order. Once again, that's our xbarcom forward swag and get twenty five percent off your first order. I love to get back to charity. Sometimes I find it hard to just cut a big check. I get so busy with the wife and kids. I'm more of a set it and forget it kind of guy. That's why I love the Angel Club. I can pick the amount I want taken out of my checking account every month. I never see the money, so I never miss the money and I could always feel good knowing I'm giving back every month. If you want to join the Angel Club, just go to Pierce Family Foundationcom. Welcome back to dad's with swag. Check us out on itunes and please subscribe, rate and review the show. We need all the love we can get. You can find all our past episodes on Dad's with swagcom. Follow us on social media at your coach, Shawn, and if you have any questions or show ideas or you want to come on the show, email me at Sewan at Sean alfonsocom. You are now about to witness the stress of street knowledge. Now back to Dazz with swag, where your host Shawn now fund so so so. Yeah,...

...yeah, welcome back. Thanks everybody. So I want to take a few minutes and I want to talk about technology and how the technology and just the like. I guess the things that you do right, the things I don't know, like what you would call it, like the medical advice. I guess the things that were right when bell and Avil were born compared to now, when Pierce is born, it's crazy, like crazy, I don't know, I don't understand it. First of all, the technology is like through the roof, right. So, when bell and Avil were born, like I had this little tiny like box monitor thing, right. There was no video camera on it, there was no like Internet on it, there was nothing like that. Right now, with Pierce in his room, I got like cameras that oversee his crib, that tell his heart rate, how good he's sleeping. I could see it on my phone from anywhere in the world right, like it's bananas, like it's crazy. I could my parent, might you know? My parents could see it on their phones. You know, aunts an't anybody, right, you've give them the little code, they boom, they're authorized. They could see their grandkids, their their nephew anytime. They want crazy technology. Right, I got a I got a machine here. I press a button. Boom, Bres. A machine automatically fills the bottle with the formula right amount, right, so you're not like in the middle of the night trying to count scoops. Were like in a rush. Boom, I just press the button. Right. Craziness this technology, man. It's bananas, Like Straight Bananas. I got a machine because he's starting to eat pierce of starne like solids. Now, right, I got a machine. It's steams the vegetables, Pureis the vegetables. All I got to do is hit one button. Right, fill up a little container with water through the vegetables in there, the fruit in there, whatever it is. Hit one button. I don't know about fifteen, twenty minutes later, boom, food's ready. It's crazy. This technology, man, it's like it's bananas. Blows me away because like, none of this stuff. I didn't have access to any of this kind of stuff when the girls were born. Right, none of this stuff. swaddles. Okay, when a girls are born, swaddles was like a little blanket. Right, it was like a thin blanket. You swaddled your kid up about a being bot a boom, you was done. Right. No, not, Dude. Nowaday Pierce got this swaddle like his each arm gets swaddled individually, then another piece wraps around them. Then you put his arm, like, I mean his legs, like in his kangaroo sack thing. Then you wrap them up with this bigger thing. It's crazy, right. And then it's like to swaddle or not to swaddle, to let your kid cry out when you're sleep training...

...them or not to let your kid cry out when you sleep training. When the girls were born, right, there wasn't like so much information on the Internet. Right, the Internet was was a baby still. So you had to read a lot of books, right, and and everybody said the cry it out method is the way to go. Right. I had Bella sleep trained by eight weeks. Ava was sleep trained by eleven weeks. Right. But now parents are like, well, it's kind of bad to let your kid cry out, you know, it's kind of bad it. It's bad for their their egos and it's bad for their well being, like all this shit. Right, I don't get it. I don't know like what this is all about. And if that's your thing, like if you if you think like somehow I'm fucking up my kid by letting them cry out, well, I could tell you, like I've done my own study. Right, I've done my own study. I got a seventeen year old daughter that's probably at the hardest academic high school in the State of Arizona. You know, she's on pace to get, you know, her graduate high school with an international backlarette diploma. Right, she's a great kid, a safe driver, right, barely drinks and parties too hard, doesn't smoke, like, doesn't do any kind of drugs. But, you know, and she was. She was crying out method. So if we're going to talk about like studies and long term health and all that, well, I got a great example there. And then I got a baby. Right, so I got two. I got one and then, boom, I'm backing it up with another one, you know, on a roll. Great Middle School Kid, loves theater, loves acting, kind person, great friend, right, like. So I got proof that having my kids cry out it eight weeks old, twelve weeks old, didn't fuck him up long term. Now, if that's your thing, if you're like, Nope, I'm not letting my kid cry, I will go in and I will get them and I will console them. That's cool, like, I'm all for that. If that's your thing and that's what you like, then do that. I'm ain't no shame here. I told you guys, this is like unity wain talking shit about nobody. But I know for me and for the psychological wellbeing of my kid, I just think that once I got my kid on a strict schedule. Yeah, there was a couple nights where, Homie, you cried a lot. It was hard on him, it was hard on me, definitely hard on his mom. Hard on the nanny like it's bananas. Oh yes, this time around. Okay, so no, I. This time around we got the nanny right, got we got the nanny, the live in nanny. Daddy's just too old, you know, I just can't do it no more. You know, I was all hands on. I did everything, change ninety percent of him kids diapers. But this time around, you got to know when to tap out. And as for help, right it. I...

...preach it all the time to you guys. You got to know one to ask for help, whether it's physical help, psychological help, you got to ask for help. Well, daddy had to ask for some help, right. So, but not a nanny was breaking down. Everybody's crying by peers's door. But we know he's safe, we know he's alive. We could see him on this video screen monitor. I could see him on my phone, my computer, my ipad, right, everything. I know he's safe, but still it breaks your heart. But then he gets into that pattern, right, he gets into that pattern and you can just see the joy in his life, the happiness he has when he's not taking these like thirty minute kitty cat naps. He could actually take like a nice hour and a half nap. You know, he's not waking up every hour in the nighttime, every two hours in the nighttime. He's sleeping twelve hour clicks. Right. It just, in my opinion, made him a happier baby. But things are changing, right, you can't cry out with your kid no more because you're going to get all his backlash. Right. My Wife, man, her friends were dogging her dog and her you can't let you kid do that. That's abuse. Right. So now here she is what an old school husband. That's like. Let the fucking kid crying out. Man. She's like no, we have to baby him. He's our baby. He can't cry at night. I have to hold them. Right. My friends me it's abuse for him to cry, ha ha, man, crazy, right, but that's like things are changing. Things are changing, and I have a feeling I part of this is what the technology because back in the day, like you could hear your kid cry, but all you had to do was turned down to monitor. Right, all you have to do is turn down a monitor and you were cool. Right. But now in color, I could see what my kids doing. I could see his discomfort. So not only can I hear his discomfort, I can now see his discomfort and that also makes me feel his discomfort. But finally, you know wife, he came, came along, got on my side. So Pete, dogs, all all sleep trained. But it's crazy, right, like the same thing with passive fires. That's the other Oh man, that's the other one. People are like, let your kid have passive fires till they're like walking and talking. I'm like, are you kidding me? I'm like, I barely gave the girls a passive fire at all. Every now and then, right if there was getting a little too out of control and set of over feeding them through a little Passi in a mouth and that's that. But now it's like you see toddler's walking down the street with a passive fire in her mouth, I want to trip them. I don't know if I'm the only one, but now it's the new thing to like you let kids stuck on passive fires till they're like smoke, and I guess I don't know. It's crazy, right. And then I'm like aunt, I passy, no,...

...passify, we don't need no fucking passive fires. And then I'm going to mean. I'm I'm a bad daddy. You mean you're not going to give your kid a passifire? They need a passifire. It comforts them, it comforts their hearts, it comforts their soul. I'm like, Holy Shit. Now once again, let me say if you a passive fire Type Parent, rock with it. If that's what works for you and your family, then do you. I'm just talking about me. This is one dudes opinion right. I'm not saying I'm right. I'm probably wrong. I'm just telling you what my opinion is. My opinion is if you old enough to walk and you're old enough to understand, then you old enough to take that passive fire out your hand. Don't need it. You don't need it. Let your kid cry. If you're out in public and your kids crying or whining, instead of shoving a passifire in her mouth, let them cry or wine because they're trying to tell you something, they're trying to convey something or they're testing a boundary. Hold strong. Don't stick something in her mouth, right, because that not like that. This is why kids, probably twenty years down the road, he's going to always need something to comfort them. She's going to always need something to comfort her, right, because they don't know how to comfort themselves. They don't know how to deal with stress and anxiety. When it kids feeling, when you know when a toddler or baby's feeling stressed or anxious, I don't work through it. Let him build the skills to deal with that stress, in that anxiety. Now, I'm not a medical doctor. I could be totally fucked off Basse right, completely off base, but I know it's worked for me. I know it's worked for me. So I don't know today's kids, though, but I guess it's like that whole thing. See, my girls never played sports right. They never played like we did. A couple things of soccer back in the day, but they know it could. It gets hot as fuck out here in Arizona. I know if you're a soccer parent in Arizona, like I'd sit my hat see. I don't know how you guys handle it. I couldn't. I did it for a couple little seasons. I had tents and shades and portable air conditioners, you name it, I had it. I could not. I'm like, I'm from the bay, I need a breeze. I couldnot handle it. Hundred fifteen degrees sitting out in the middle of the park. You crazy, do you? If you notice, my kids all do indoor activities, dancing and acting, indoors air conditioning. That's what I'm talking about. But the thing with sports is everybody gets a prize, right, everybody gets a trophy. They talk about and I've never experienced this because we've never played these kind of sports where everybody gets a trophy in a prize right. My kids are in acting and dancing. I've had to I've had to wipe the tears of my daughter when she didn't get the part that she wanted. Right. I've had she's been a numerous plays. She's gotten sometimes she gets parts that she wants and a lot of times she doesn't, and I've...

...had to wipe those tears I've had. Actually, just she's about to be in a play right now, a musical into the woods. She didn't get the part she wanted. I had to wipe those tears. I had to be there to support her, I had to be there to let her know, hey, you know what, it's okay, we can handle adversity. We could handle losing. It's going to build you bigger and stronger for the next time. Right, and you don't know why. Like you could have prepared, you could have went for it, but you could have just not been tall enough for that part. You could have been too tall for that part, right, you, you have no idea what what people are looking for. And it's the same thing with dance. Like there's been a lot of dance competitions where you either win first, second or third. If you ain't for a second or third, you out planning simple. There's no like, Oh, let's give you a round of applause for trying your heart as. No, you're either first, second or third or you lost. Right, it's not like everybody gets a trophy at the end of the season. NOT EVERY DANCE team makes it to nationals. Not every dance team makes it to state. Right. It's not like there's no fucking participation trophies and a lot of these sports and a lot of these parents they like that stuff. They want that. Oh you got to get little johnny a participation trophy because he tried his best. Just because he didn't win, because his team wasn't, you know, good, they still get a trophy. Right. I'm not about that life. I don't and we'll have to see. Like things are going to be different with peers. Right. I don't know if I'm going to be able to talk him in to doing an indoor activity. Right. There's basketball, right, so I'm definitely going to push some basketball. He's way right. That's an indoor activity. But you never know, he might want to play tea ball in soccer and do that kind of stuff. I have no idea. But I'll tell you what, when we get home now, he could look at that participation Drophrey for about two seconds and then I'm going to Shat diesels dad it and throw it in the closet. Right, shacks down. I don't know if you guys heard the story, but Shack's Dad wouldn't let him enjoy his trophies because it was always about what's next. This was the past, right. We won this from previous efforts. What's going on in the future? But Times of change, man. I'm telling you, crying, you're letting your kid cry it out. Passive Fire? No, passive fire. Everybody gets a participation trophy. I need you, guys as hell. I need you hell. How do I deal with this stuff? I don't know. I'm not built this way. I'm not built this way. So if I got any listeners out there that have some tips for me on how I could handle these parents that look at me sideways when I don't Shove a passive fire in my kids mouth, or look at me sideways when they find out I let my kid crying self to sleep,...

...give me some tips, man. I need some tips. All right, everybody. That brings our show to a close. I want to thank everybody out there for supporting us, supporting us through this time off. You know, check out my instagram at your coach, Shawn. Feel free to DM me any show requests, guess you'd like to have on topics you want to hear about if you want to come on the show. We don't even if we don't even know each other. Hit me up. Come on, everybody knows how to use zoom now, right, you could zoom into the show. Get that digital audio gives great audio. If you got something you want to talk about and you need a soapbox to preach from, to come jump on my soapbox and it doesn't matter. Oh here's the other thing too, for all you swaggy moms out there. Right, this show, yeah, it's called Dad's would swag, but I know that like seventy five percent of my listeners, because I get the analytics, are women. So for all you swaggy moms out there, if you want to come on the show, Holl at your boy. I'd love to have you. If there's topics, mom topics, you want to hear about, dude, let's talk about them. We can get it from a mom perspective, we can get it from a dad perspective. If you've always wanted to be on a podcast and you want like a recurring role, we could do whatevery. You know, a couple weeks, have you on Mom Perspective, a dad perspective. All right, this show is for you guys. Once we stop having ideas, we stop doing the show. So if you got some ideas, let me know. You could email me, Sean Shanof ONSOCOM. You could check out all past episodes. At Dad's with Swagcom, I think I might get a twitter. I might on my head. If Elon buys twitter, I'm going to jump on twitter and we'll do like that at dad's with swag and I might even branch out. I've been told wife he's like on me because my instagram is private. Right, but if you, if you follow the show, Dm me say hey, I listened to the show. Can I follow you? Right, I got crazy x's and just people in my life. I don't I don't need them fucking scoping me out. But actually it's funny because I found out somebody who shouldn't be following me. Know they shouldn't be following me because they know that I don't want nothing to do with them. They like made like some fake accounts that I got tricked into letting follow me, but I booted them out quick anyway. So I might do a dad's with swag instagram. You know, hit me up. Let me know if you think that's a good idea. If you'd follow that, or if just my personal instagram is fine. Either way, I don't care. You know. You know how it is, but thanks for listening. Check out some old episodes if you're new to this show, see what it's all about. I love you, guys, and we out. Thanks for listening to dance with...

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