#940 – Disciplining Kids/
- January 19, 2021
We chat about our new segment Chewy Tuesday, how to make dry ice, disciplining kids and getting Bodhi prepared for a baby sister!
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- New segment: Chewy Tuesday
- Fire extinguishers & dry ice
- Disciplining kids
- When Bodhi grows up…
- Preparing Bodhi for a baby sister
- Chewy Tuesday Bubble Test
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[00:00:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:00:00] Very low barrier to get into the ground squat.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:07] We're committed to do the daily talk show for 10 years. I had guys
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:11] it in the calendar. Just like to
Josh Janssen: [00:00:13] check the temperature in the room. I told you my
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:15] squeegee story.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:19] It's the daily talk show episode 940.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:23] You had your hands in the air to clap. Oh,
Josh Janssen: [00:00:26] no, it was actually, I was picking up my, um, chewing gum. Why? Well, we're doing a, uh, a new segment every Tuesday called, um, Tuesday love a good rhyme. And so, um, the idea behind it is I want to get into chewing gum in a BUA in 2021.
And, uh, it's part of my everyday carry stuff. I wanted to get a cinnamon. Yeah. One, I don't know why, but I was sort
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:53] of became obsessed with that. Well, the reality is Australia is not hell bent on cinnamon. Like the States [00:01:00] I've looked for you to try and get you cinnamon chewy. Couldn't find it. Uh, admittedly one shop.
That was the extent of my search, but what's your, just this, this is within the first five minutes you get, get to Tuesday. The problem
Josh Janssen: [00:01:14] is I was thinking back to what you
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:16] were getting out of the way is a problem, but I
Josh Janssen: [00:01:18] dunno. Can I just say the problem is though that, do we want to be chewing the whole show?
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:23] just a quick chew? I mean, this is, we can keep it
Josh Janssen: [00:01:25] 10 on
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:26] COVID friendly.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:28] That's fine. That's fine. Yeah. So the one that I've got today, uh, is it's called at watermelon burst by, um, five,
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:39] five gum came out. Oh, I reckon 10 years ago it was big. It was
Josh Janssen: [00:01:46] but now it's more than 10 years ago when
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:49] we were young.
We were young. I remember saying the blue and they're in the they're in the more traditional American car kind of straps, strap of chewy. [00:02:00] What do you call it? How do you stick of gum? Stick of gum? Is that what they could? Okay. Okay. A stick of gum. And, um, I just remember the blue one, but you haven't got the blue one when he
Josh Janssen: [00:02:08] got it.
So it was watermelon and a on pin up the packet. It says life happens in one, two, three. Four five and five's a little bit bigger to have a sniff sniff
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:23] check that maybe you've had a two each Tuesday is what's the slogan. And let's try and just talk about it and do we like it? Do we not? What's the marketing, is it about having five?
What the daddy's five gum, but that's why if it was three gum yeah. Blocks
Josh Janssen: [00:02:39] for five hours. What do you, why is it called five?
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:42] Good point. Um, there's nothing on the packaging. Life happens in one, two, three, four. I think it's literally just a countdown. Like I give Bodie the three counts. I'm just like, buddy, if you don't do that one, any, no's get to three.
What if I just started doing the five
Josh Janssen: [00:02:58] counts? So you [00:03:00] can, so you can have one, can I pull on a pulley
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:03] on this fence? So, um, I mean that's any chewy that comes in a strap form is. He's nice. I never
Josh Janssen: [00:03:10] understand how it holds, you know, when you get through the first row, the second row, there's always one that gets
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:16] stuck well.
Oh yeah. And then you pull out the whole pack. Okay. They're red. Um, Oh yeah. That's a nice spacer looking Pais Jui. So it's watermelon flavor. That's the flavor you've already giving me asthma. Yeah, I know this is so, I mean, To be the, there is people in my life that are the chewy people. One of them is PK, not the chewy, his name's Peter, Kayla, and his nickname PK.
And he carries PK chewy. He's always relied on him. That's funny. But that makes sense for an everyday carry. Yeah. If your name's Paco, I bought Josh's eggs over the break because they all call Josh's age.
Josh Janssen: [00:03:57] What do you think?
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:59] It's too [00:04:00] hard. Like chewing chewing gum is meant to be soft. To be honest, I love chewy that has been left in the car and is hot.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:08] mm. What about the, um, I'm going to keep my name for a bit on that.
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:12] I've taken them out. It's a bit like minty, but it is as Marie. Okay. Give the chewy writing.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:20] We'll have one. Cottage is pop factor.
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:23] Pop art, being able to do a pop there's nothing like a piece of Hubba that gets a good
Josh Janssen: [00:04:28] pop, not good pop.
I'll try one more,
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:31] but I'm out of five. Would he give the five chewing gum? That's funny.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:38] Um, the flavor, I could tell that after. Two minutes, it's going to be gone. And I start to gag if it's in for too long,
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:45] um, not the chewy. Tuesday will be just conversations about chewy, but, uh,
Josh Janssen: [00:04:51] Oh, the segment,
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:53] the segment will just not the whole show, but today, um, what age were you allowed?
Chewing gum. Do you remember as a kid, you remember a lot of [00:05:00] shit from when you were young? I couldn't tell you what age. I just remember. I feel like Barney's too young. I guess about he's turning four next month. And because he's like, because that's what he does. Yeah. So, uh, we, we a fair bit of chewy in the car and he's, um, it's one of the sweetest things that he says.
Uh, so we were giving him half a piece to odd bite it. Hand it back to him. And I guess it's like, at what point do you learn how to do something? I was trying to teach him not to swallow it. And obviously there's going to be a few swallows and you get seven years in the game. That was the, what was you
Josh Janssen: [00:05:38] told me off?
Like, I could tell that you were genuinely upset that I was telling him lies. Um, because I said to him, I said something like that seven years and you're like, That's what they want lying to their kids, right? Yeah. Where's that come from? Wait, where's the push back on. Not wanting to lie.
[00:06:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:06:00] Uh, I mean, I haven't even read the book yet, but lying by Sam Harris, which is the book that's being delivered.
Thanks to the book room in Byron. Um, yeah. It's. Yeah, it's I mean, I do it too, but I'm always just watching where I go to with a lie.
Josh Janssen: [00:06:16] What did you think of my lie the other day? So we have compressed air can have compressed air and I used, I probably made the mistake of shooting it at Bodhi by spraying it, which just obviously he wanted to go and he had to go.
And then the next time we'd put it out of reach and he said, Uh, Sprite. Like I want to play place, plays it to me, give it to me. He didn't say, please give it to fucking give it to me. And so, um, I said to him, it will make a loud bang it's empty. So if you do it and he was like, nah, nah. And then I was like, I think this is actually working.
And so then I said, yeah, I'll do it. I'll press it. And he's like, no, no, no, no, no. And I was like, great, I want, but is that lying? Okay. Or would you prefer me not
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:59] to [00:07:00] lie? God. I mean, this is, this is what that book's all about, but it's, I S what about parenting? When's it parenting? Well, it's,
Josh Janssen: [00:07:10] uh, I feel like it's sort of a Rite of passage of like, we were lied to.
Continue the lie. I know my dad told me that I needed a license to get dry eyes. Yeah. Yeah. I was
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:21] 16 and right. You've talked about that 20 times in the podcast.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:27] Do you know how you make dry ice? No. So I actually, um, uh, found out because you know, the guy, how I watched the, um, how to make. Kubota, uh, Persian kebab, and then watched, watched a video on how to repay your ice making machine.
He had a video, how to make your own dry ice at home. I D it's actually not a great hack fire extinguisher. Ah, okay. You put a, uh, a blanket, like a
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:56] dry it's how to make the look of drama.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:59] I [00:08:00] think that is actually what dry ice is.
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:02] Dry ice is not inside of. Uh, as far extinguishes I've stolen, sheriff let them off.
So there's different powder in the most of them, it's like a powder spray. There's two
Josh Janssen: [00:08:14] different types of, um, of fire extinguisher. One of them like, uh, I think it is dry. Like if you really,
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:24] yeah. You want me to go get, I'm going to go get it now. Okay.
Josh Janssen: [00:08:27] All right. He's going to get the, um, fire extinguisher.
We're not going to let it off. What does it, what does it say?
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:38] Oh, I remember it. I remember it just always hoping that abandoned buildings we went into had old fire extinguishers to let off. So it says here it is, it's a Chubb. Um, it says dry powder. Um, does it say it is dangerous to use other than recommend refurb over, uh, Abe powder, stored pressure, still air fire rating.
So [00:09:00] it's. I think it's just got a powder in a dry powder.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:04] Ice is stored in the cylinder in a solid form when sprayed on a fire, it quickly changes into the gas known as carbon dioxide.
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:15] So in the contents of this is MRCA Micah Mika nitrogen. Is that what I think? It's nitrate, dry ice. What is drying is dry eyes, non hazardous ingredients.
Oh, but God, they're fun. Letting off. Have you ever let one off? No, you haven't lived? No, actually I haven't
Josh Janssen: [00:09:34] lived, what is dry ice? Carbon dioxide.
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:37] Carbon dioxide or CO2. That's what? Dry ice is. Wait. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:42] What? What's water
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:45] Hey,
Josh Janssen: [00:09:45] no CO2. Yeah. Yeah. I always get the two
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:48] confused. Yeah. Interesting. Anyway, I'm back to the chewy bits of 30.
So he says, when I, I I'd give him a bite of one, give him the half, but then he started saying. No, I want [00:10:00] to fixed one, fixed mine. He kept on saying, no, I fixed one, fixed one. I said, what are you talking about? It just, it's kind of clever. He wants a full one because when it's broken, it's broken, when it's broken in half, it's broken.
And so the opposite of that is a fixed, which is a full pace. Yeah. And so now he's on the fixed paces because he won't have a broken pace, but he, but he's learning how to not. Swallow it, but he's swallowing. It is he allowed soft drink. Oh man. We had a bit of a blow up as a parent. You there's moments where you're reactionary and you think you're totally justified.
Um, and especially in public setting. So imagine like. Just anything going on. How do you react if a kid does something really bad and like, there's a version of optics as a parent, which is how, how am I looking? I don't want to seem like I've been an enabler for this. So if it's a kid pushing in a line or a kid pushing a kid [00:11:00] over, or a kid doing something totally wrong in everyone's eyes, except there is.
You've got to you. Can't smack so you can discipline.
Josh Janssen: [00:11:07] Well, this was to be honest, this is like the, we have like 60 terabytes of storage, a big network and Bodhi saw it and he, and he went to grab it. No, he went to, he
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:17] pressed the press. There's an off button and you don't turn to fucking hard drive off.
Josh Janssen: [00:11:21] You're not you don't. And so I appreciate it. You went down hard and it's a hard one because I'm sort of like, how do you support. Because you did the root cause because then you, then you felt into like, there's an element where it's like, you do it and then you go into like, not apologizing mode, but like you yell, you do all that.
So I'm sorry. That's but that's
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:44] about it. Yeah. Well, you got to go stern to then just say his wild Western,
Josh Janssen: [00:11:49] but I felt like you were taking some of the emotional brunt of what was happening. So then I had to say now, Tommy, like. You do your shit. You did the right thing. Bodhi. Don't touch it. [00:12:00] Fuck you. Why'd you ask if I could use the strobe, you said no, so no strobing.
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:07] So we're in, on the weekend, kids party, all kinds of parents catch up from his daycare and, um, drinking beers. And then the kids are all, you know, doing their thing, but there was soft drink and Bodie, like I've given him a sip of my coat. Yeah. I mean, I've given him a sip of my beer because I know you hate it.
And I thought that maybe if I say here have like, buddy, we put the beer in your mouth. Never wants to touch daddy's daddy's daddy's beard. He calls them my beads that you want to bead. Anyway, we had, I did the same with Coke, any, and it backfired cause he's like, Hmm, yummy. I'll try that again. And it's a bit, I'm like nine or nine can't mankind.
Anyway, he had properly two glasses. Um, in total of diet Coke at this party. And I let him have a little bit of a first one Amy there, [00:13:00] but then he just works. The parents, like he's got another parent getting some for him, the kid whose house it was was, you know, loving it too. And then by the time I saw him later in the party, he's got another glass in his hand, like her Homedics there and I've seen it and said, Absolutely not Bodie, you know, take it off him.
Mom said, and then I, I, I, I said no. And so it's like causing this fast. He runs towards mom knocks over a wine glass, smashes the wine glass, and I didn't smash, it just poured wine all over the ground and then screaming the parents looking at me. And then it's at one of those moments where it's like, you know, I said something where it was like at the, in the moment of something like, um, The problem is if he gets one from me, one from mum, next minute, he's had 10 or something.
He said something like that, trying to justify the action of just telling him off, which seems out of place in a sense. Do you think that [00:14:00] people
Josh Janssen: [00:14:00] I, you, so maybe this is not having kids? I have no idea watching a parent tell off their kid is one of my favorite things to never, never apologize. It's like porn, just watching a fucking Cipla G here.
There's nothing. You, you don't need to
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:17] apologize, but I just felt like they were all, what did they want you to
Josh Janssen: [00:14:21] do? Isn't there more criticism around the parent. That's like, Oh,
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:27] kids will be kids. Yeah. The loose it's like a party's happening, but then it's like, dude, you just. At what point do you let a kid just go?
I think she was just rattled based on the shit that happened when he ran into the table, knocked over everything, which makes it worse. Amplifies it. Do you just let them go nuts and just drink anything, eat anything, or are they the kids later on at revolver at 10:00 AM the next day. And I've been there for 24 hours.
That's you know, so was they
Josh Janssen: [00:14:56] get Peggy? Was that Amy? Was Amy not happy [00:15:00] with what you said or was she caught with what you said?
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:02] It wasn't it, that what I said even just was lost, but it was just a bad, it's always the worst. Like if a kid can misbehave and no one sees you feel better about it, but it's when everyone's sees you, like, you've actually created a scene more than what it was, which was just having a drink of Coke, which I was like, if like it will come to the time when I can't tell him not to be drinking Coke.
Like what I mean for you as a kid? Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:29] Yeah, I'm trying. I'm trying to
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:30] remember.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:33] I drunk a lot of soft drink, but it was Cody or first I love that. Like Courtney, like no, Josh, you can't have soft drink. You can just have the sugary drink without the combination. Like the cabinet, the bubbles. Aren't your problem.
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:46] bubbles are air and so it's the sugar in that quarter. No, you're right. But maybe there are. And so the
Josh Janssen: [00:15:53] thing is, um, have you, have you met a parent where you thought that they disciplined their kid too much? So [00:16:00] outside of smack it, like I'm not talking here about, uh, physical harm talking about mental harm.
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:08] It's the key. I mean, my brother is scarred, sorry, mom, for mentioning this, I know you hate the chocolate cake, the party party. And there was a fruit salad and there was a carob cake. And so there was no chocolate cake. This was mom, you know, in the early eighties, early eighties, just, you know, when the fuck
Josh Janssen: [00:16:26] did you find carob?
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:28] no, it's in the dog food aisle because dog food caribou is the chocolate for dogs. Really? Do you know that? So you can go to at Kohl's local, I almost bought you went and tried to trick you into it's funny, but it's like, caribou is non-inferior, it doesn't affect dogs. Maybe if they have a lot, but, um, yeah, no.
So I've seen those parents that. It's the kid. You never want to be the parent that has the kid that goes to school when it's like, Oh, fucking that guy's parents is such taught us. It's like, I don't let him do shit. [00:17:00] Yeah, yeah. That, that's the w the cause could you have, what is the version
Josh Janssen: [00:17:05] that was, so what is the, what is the option where it's like the fun parent and the re the stern parent?
Like, how can you be and how can you be both?
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:15] Well, last night I was doing equations about how old I will be when bodies' 18th. And when he's 30, when he is he's 30, how old I be?
Josh Janssen: [00:17:25] And you're making it sound like you fucking got the calculator that took you awhile.
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:29] It does. I mean, I was just asking, I mean, she was telling me it was a fun game.
I was like, how old will I be when I, when he's 20? How old will I I've forgotten everything, but he's um, I mean, if you call it for now, I'm 33, four five six, seven 37. Yeah. I mean, I'll be like in my, when I'm 50 and hopefully I'm at the, like the end of the working hard. Yeah. And I'm more into the, it's all downhill now.
Like it's all, you know, Aiming [00:18:00] towards a more relaxing existence by 50 Bodhi will be a young man out in the town and you'll be wearing a little bit shirts and we'll be able to go out together. That's what I hope that we'll be able to do shit together. Yeah. And so that's where you, you, you be stern, but then you also get involved.
You want to be the cool, I would love to be the cool parent. That can be a part of like the kids want to actually have a beer with
Josh Janssen: [00:18:25] buddies, but don't you think that there is. Uh, a connection between a cool parent and a lawyer since
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:33] I've
Josh Janssen: [00:18:35] been a bit of a loser parent, too, like, it can go the other way where it's like, Oh yeah, Johnny's dad bled SIS smoke weed.
Or, and it was like, yeah, Johnny's dad doesn't have a fucking job. No,
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:46] I know you're right. I think, I mean, you want to. Tell me, my dad didn't let us do shit, but he didn't also tell us not to do anything, but I loved get like, from a work perspective like [00:19:00] this, this is what ends up wrapping people's identities up in their work, because it's like what you do then bodies' interested in what I do.
Like imagine if he ends up. Wanting to do media, like I think about, so, um, there's a cost Costa zoo is a boxer. It's a bit of a stretch, but Costa Zu son team zoo fucking phenomenal box at one of the best up and coming boxes, um, in Australia and his dad has been a world champion. Imagine being. Costa zoo.
And you have your son who is in the same league like that kids looked up to Costa.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:33] So you want Bodie to do blogging and podcasts
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:36] necessarily want to, but I mean, it's high chance that you end up getting into what your hero, like if your parent is like a lot of the time, not for everybody, but like, I mean, I got into landscaping for a bit, you know, I have an appreciation for all things outdoor in that respect.
The hard work. And so there is a version of it. Some [00:20:00] parents, you know, but different, but maybe, I mean, that's what I'd like as far as the optics from the kid as the dad connect, you know, the, the father. And what I, what he's made to think about. I don't want it to be the fucking Tommy gets him back. It gets him back.
What was, what
Josh Janssen: [00:20:15] was your parents' strategy when it came to a discipline for you? Do you remember any, what was the, the harshest discipline that you ever got?
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:24] Um, actually, no, it was pretty annoying when. I got a call and mum said, come home right now. And she'd found three grams of marijuana in my drawer and she made it, she burned it.
She burned it. I don't know. There's probably a couple of grams of marijuana. Um, but no, that was just a silly one. We had something called the naughty boy beach. And it's, um, if you know this, if you know the Savoy in Brighton, it's, you know, 17 landmark for people, um, or the, the beach boxes in Brighton, sort of that area.
There's a, like a little, um, a little rock point, um, [00:21:00] man-made rock point and you kind of, there's a, sort of a big beach where they do all the kite surfing. We would go and sit there. Now I can't like, this is the thing about being disciplined as a kid, half the time. You don't remember what it was for you just didn't travel.
There's many occasions where blew up, but did you ever, were your
Josh Janssen: [00:21:18] parents? Oh, I hate bad and did any, so I got a hot mustard. On the math, which ended up actually biting dead in the ass because the with a spoon, went to a bakery the other day, and the person serving him didn't really understand hot English mustard and lathered it on.
Like, it was just fucking like real thick. And he, apparently it was like, you got pepper sprayed. I actually couldn't eat it. Um, well it could
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:49] have been someone from, uh, you know, different upbringing that it's like, um, it's like if somebody that isn't Australian works in a cafe and someone asks for [00:22:00] veggie Mart, or I was at a cafe once and I saw this person just be like, Like it was a centimeter thick and it was an English paper backpacker who would put it on, which was, yeah, it's dodgy now, but the naughty boy beach was thing.
But that, I mean, that was not like I liked the idea of here's the timeout, which was none of it's good in the time. I don't think you can look back on any of these disciplining techniques and think that. It does anything like, cause the pain is still there. If you're disciplining anybody it's painful for everybody, you know?
And so it's like not looking at what's your,
Josh Janssen: [00:22:40] what's your view on restaurants in regards to taking kids to restaurants?
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:47] I mean, I've found that the rule,
the rule is you need to be considerate of people around you. Like. I'm hypersensitive to it in terms of like, [00:23:00] not wanting him to, like, you want to try and given them up, give them an upbringing where they know how to behave at those places. And so just because they misbehave, it doesn't mean you shouldn't ever take them, but if they're off absolutely causing a ruckus with no parent.
Seeming to be, you know, worried about it. It's, um, it's an issue, but you find, this is the thing as a parent, you find places that are just perfect for kids and alcohol, alcohol. There was drinking alcohol. There was
Josh Janssen: [00:23:33] there's. I remember the grand in Dandenong. We would go because it had a, um, A playground. And so you could go play on the playground.
You get free ice cream as
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:42] well. The Tempe, we found this discover. So we discovered a bunch of places over the Christmas break. Um, one of them being the Tempe in temple Stowe, and it's got a sick, sick. Indoor playground where you can go up real high and there's like computers, [00:24:00] there's all different types of games and there you can have dinner right near it.
And so barely just go run. Yeah. It's like a, it's like an indoor. It's an indoor, you know, uh, what do you call? What's like a cat run. Well, they can't escape, but they get their exercise. I remember
Josh Janssen: [00:24:17] those sort of playgrounds they're sick, but they actually like go outside the restaurant and stuff. Yeah. So like walking over to the car park.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:24] Yeah. Yeah. That kind of shit. Oh, that's great. And so that's what you just don't take them to fancy the restaurants. You hear parents saying, Oh yeah. I just take my kid to here and put them under the table when they're young. As in like in their little bassinet, not all kids like that. But who knows? Maybe little, um, Oh, I was about to say your name, my neck.
My daughter will be different. Maybe any,
Josh Janssen: [00:24:46] uh, any preparation for Bodhi in regards to having a system? Like what sort of,
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:52] yeah, well, he'll be four and a half, four and a bit. So he'll be
Josh Janssen: [00:24:55] able to look after her
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:57] would definitely be, be able to go out and have a night [00:25:00] out with buddy at home. No, I think it's just the thing about.
I mean Amy's TA you know, gets, takes time off to look after the baby. There's going to be an adjustment to Bodie, probably needing me to be looking after him a lot more. Um, and so, and so that's why, but you don't want it to be a thing. Oh, I could've messaged from school to Derrick when he found out about, um, the baby coming and, uh,
Josh Janssen: [00:25:29] cause he's got
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:30] Tom and Clover scooter.
Yeah. So he's got, he's got the pair. He's got this. Um, you said can, uh, I say I fave top tip for ha when you're having another baby on the way is to have the new baby sister buy an Epic gift for her new big brother on the big day. When she, I was born, we can tell when you got lie at that point, scooter Bodhi has bought you a present.
Oh, he's a kid, but I [00:26:00] love that idea. We've got a. A present from the new baby to Bodhi. Oh, that's fun. Cause then it sets him up and he feels, yeah, I love the real status games. it's pathetic. I wanted the fucking iPad
Josh Janssen: [00:26:17] now. What did the pencil as well? I'm going to have it. Where am I going to get a pencil from for how am I going to, am I going to afford that?
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:24] So lots to think about if you've got any top tips, let me know the thing we're trying to work. Add is how do you just instantly create the there's no separation. There's no, like, because it's so easy to go building. We have to put effort into the kid, the useless child at this moment, because there's a somewhat capable.
Josh Janssen: [00:26:46] What about has, um, Bodie listened to audio books?
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:50] Well, he meditations
Josh Janssen: [00:26:52] would he listen to Dale? Carnegie's how to win friends and influence people. What would happen if you put that on for him? Would he listen?
[00:27:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:00] Well, we watch movies and I don't know, some of them are like, yeah. So like advertise free hour film or something.
Is that, what about the story?
Josh Janssen: [00:27:09] I reckon it woods. I reckon subconsciously, I think you could set up buddy. Like, you're going to listen for half an
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:16] hour. It's in Spanish. He wakes up. See, that's all I know. Um,
Josh Janssen: [00:27:24] I feel like that could be a thing.
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:25] Audio books. Well, there's some kids ones, there's some, but
Josh Janssen: [00:27:29] what would happen if like I'm probably oversimplifying it, but why do we give them the simple stuff?
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:36] I think he's so he might not understanding his story. Yeah. But then it's just words. And so he's definitely, he said to me, daddy, this is a story. And about, it was like a more complex watching something or it was. F, uh, uh, a film that's probably not suitable for a three year old, four year old, but he was understanding that it was a story being told.
And so now I definitely think, I think there's probably some [00:28:00] app that's, you know, send your kid to slate with a story that's more of, I mean, but then there's kids books that are themed in a. Uh, adult lesson way, like it's you learn about emotions through?
Josh Janssen: [00:28:16] Yeah, he might wake up and just say the protagonist was amazing.
I thought that had real, real depth and that the narrative was beautiful.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:25] I mean, there's been, um, kids who have got accents of Dora the Explorer. Little Spanish accents based on listening. Just constant or English. Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:35] You hear that a lot. So before we go, I'm going to end chewy Tuesday. I still got it in my mouth.
Did you know
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:41] that?
Josh Janssen: [00:28:42] Yeah, I did. You've been pretty good. Okay. So what I'm going to do now, you've reentered yours, which is sort of gross. Um, I'm going to say what sort of bubble I can do. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:51] Okay. It's softer. Wonder what the world record is. So, um,
Josh Janssen: [00:28:57] I reckon I'll subscribe on the podcast. [00:29:00] Apps that you listened to.
And also on YouTube, if the like button, if you are watching
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:04] that
Josh Janssen: [00:29:04] bell stuff, turn on the bell, the notification stuff, let a friend know about the show as
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:08] well. Here we go. Again.
Josh Janssen: [00:29:14] It's like a sprint, something being shot, right? You try.
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:19] All right. Can I get one bigger than that?
Josh Janssen: [00:29:22] Are you
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:22] going to do one with my saliva? I'm pathetic.
Josh Janssen: [00:29:27] We were in French and tidy one good one.
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:33] Mine was pathetic.
Are you going,
Josh Janssen: [00:29:46] what am I doing wrong?
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:47] Cause you're not going for size to blow a bubble. I think you need to all over your tongue. Yeah. Easily molded on your tongue first.
There you go
[00:30:00] Josh Janssen: [00:30:02] very visual. Uh, right. And I think the audio says at all is table gagging right now. Right? One more, one more.
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:09] Here we go. I actually can't hear the chewing that much. You being polite. Thank you, Mike Tyson right now with mushrooms and his mouth on Logan Paul's podcast. All right, here we go. Very
Josh Janssen: [00:30:26] enjoy your day.
Guys. Say tomorrow, say
Tommy Jackett: [00:30:28] guys.