Original air date: 08/07/2014 Runtime: 60 min. Parents all over the world believe their parenting style is best and everyone else is doing it wrong. In the series premiere, two couple’s parenting choices are challenged. Shira takes an all-natural approach to raising her children, but the pressure is on her to put her 10-year-old “indigo” son on medication to treat his overactive personality. For Scout and Bill, it took years to adopt their precious daughter Simone and now they never want to leave her side. But Scout’s mom, Nana, is demanding alone time with her granddaughter and issues an ultimatum.
Original air date: 08/14/2014 Runtime: 60 min. Three years ago, Wendy and Tyler got rid of everything they owned and became nomads living out of their SUV. Now that their kids are older, life on the road has lost its charm. While Wendy and the kids long for a place to call home, Tyler fears any change could lead straight back his greatest fear...a “normal life.”
Original air date: 08/21/2014 Runtime: 60 min. Marisa wants her only child, Austen, to be the best at everything, even if it means pushing him to the limit. At four years old, he plays five sports, knows the U.S. Presidents and can write his name. But that’s not enough for his over-achieving mother. Husband Jeff challenges Marisa to face her own fears before pushing Austen any further.
Original air date: 08/28/2014 Runtime: 60 min. Jen and Troi take the jiu-jitsu lifestyle to a whole new level and train their four kids to be highly disciplined “warriors.” However, their oldest daughter Leila wants to pursue her love of dance as well. Darlene Brooks believes you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. With two of her three girls leaving the nest, Darlene turns her full attention to Bianca to “smooth out her rough edges.”
Original air date: 09/11/2014 Runtime: 60 min. Feminist pornographer and artist Madison believes her 2 ½-year-old daughter Emma should know all about sexuality, especially in explicit detail. Her partner James believes she is going too far and some things are inappropriate for their toddler. Meanwhile, Lisa raises her kids using hypnosis. Now, her twin boys are almost 17 and want to take the SATs without being hypnotized.
Original air date: 09/18/2014 Runtime: 60 min. Christian and Nate are “conscious attachment” parents and believe in being their child’s everything. Mom, Christian, breastfeeds on demand and refuses to vaccinate 16-month-old Ella. She faces a tough decision about whether to intentionally expose Ella to chickenpox.