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"kate oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

03:12 min | 10 months ago

"kate oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"This is so funny nine kiddie. Oh my god at the. Wow that's just in to eighteen like you're never out of the wood in lockdown to well. That's me i'm to eighteen better. I almost. I'm two to seventeen right but she's got she's got she's got six or i love it. I'd love to know more about that. They all like same dad. Same thing how old shine helds nikki feels like i feel like it's all the same feels the same so happy that we've been able to impart is keep locked experience with you keep listening. I do more singing on my instagram. It's smith my outlet. Just trying to show people the real talents so funny. Hi there kate. Oliver allison allison gets a shower. I decided to write in because they started listening to your podcast. Last july coincidentally right around the same time that my sister and i became estranged from each other. I'm the youngest of three kids. I have a brother who is nine years older than me and a sister who is six years older than me being the little sister by decent sized age gap. I was not incredibly close with either one. Because i was viewed the annoying baby sister when i was twelve or dad passed away from cancer. One good thing that came out of this loss grief was that it pushed all three of us closer together than ever before however as years pass my sister and i had a hard time remaining close as adults because she stepped into the other parent role until i went to college. I struggled to share and let her in and she struggled to listen without judgment. I am lucky that my older brother and i are closed and see each other often but my sister lives in hawaii and we haven't seen each other much since i was in middle school. Wow she is now married with fifteen month old baby girl who i've yet to meet. Because of covert and the long distance between us twenty hours of travel time. My sister and i had a fight on the phone in august on the ten year anniversary of death death and haven't spoken since despite my attempts to reach out and repair relationship your recent podcast featuring dr karl pillar mer made me feel less anxious unless alone about struggling with a form of estrangement. I even bought his book and read it cover to cover try and learn something from the other people who deal with this type of emotional weight. I discovered that this affects millions of people. And i should be grateful for my closeness with my brother and my mom. It makes me happy and sad at the same time to listen to how close and cute your sibling. Relationship is each episode. I am encouraged by your closeness to one another to work on myself and to strive to get the band back together again. I miss my sister and hope she knows how much i love her and think about her. Please don't stop doing what you're both doing with this podcast. Because i think you are helping more people than you even know by sharing your family with your listeners.

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"kate oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"kate oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Keep a positive outlook on life and family stay hopeful that my baby's fussiness just a long very long phase. That will eventually give way is amazing personality traits that he does have okay enough sap. There is a sibling pair. I would be surprised if others have made the same suggestion. But i think would be fascinating to listen to macaulay and karen kalkin difficult get. I don't know but man it would be a great listen. That thing you do much love. Natalie i would love to do macauley and karen. Oh yeah i got to say. I'll say this you know. I have three kids kadish three kids. The you wanna give up. I get that but it's phases man. It's just all phases the phase will end and the enter a new one in. Oh there's so many times. When i was raising the kids like oh shit so this is who you're going to be for the rest of your life this is it and then it changes so my god. I was looking at rio the other day and she. I have it on video. Because that's all they do video them all the time. She's just turning into such an amazing young girl like she's so cool and she's easy and she takes her time. You know those moments where we're like. She doesn't really want to engage with ronnie that. She said she puts makeup honors. Bring lotion on her. They're talking she's just like the best and i love hearing that but she's just so kind of present and she's she's been so great lately i just can't take it good love hearing that i love hearing that i mean that's the greatest joy. You could probably agree with me. You know as a parent is when you of course but then even other people just come up to you and they say god your kids are so great or you know riders so great or being irani and the pride that you feel when that comes your way is just unbeatable. It's really it's so true amphora for you you know natalie what happens in the first year of a baby and the and its like the pendulum swing so far in another direction your whole world becomes about the baby. There's so much happening. You don't know how they're gonna react to foods you don't know what they're fussiness is going to be. You don't know how sleep kind of schedules going to be. Every kid is different. The first year is so hard and nobody warns you. Your boobs are like am. I going to breastfeed forever. Can i breastfeed does the moghreb. Is my kid allergic to the milk or they not allergic to like go. Gross i have to. I don't want any of it's endless and you're discovering all these new things not only about your baby and yourself. i mean yourself but you're learning new things clearly about being apparent but you're also learning new things about the relationship that you're in if if you're in if you are in a relationship and that could be really really stressful because something happens to the relationship when you have your first child and you really. It's it's a it. I think it can be a real test To how you work together to what your anxieties can be some anxieties. Come up that you never knew you even had you know it's intense and so i feel like you gotta get through that first year and then about eighteen months when the baby's about eighteen months it starts getting like much easier. It's like you're kind of past that. Your hormones have kind of balanced and gone back to normal. Remember natalie. Your hormones are still raging. There's still all over the place you're still balancing out so you know and then you get the other idea of feeling completely inadequate apparent we all we all do. Still i mean. I think if you're not feeling inadequate you're not doing something wrong. Question if failed my children on three times a day. So that inadequacy is normal. Just normal you know. Yeah so you know what don't put don't be so hard on yourself. You know. I mean you got you got it. It's gonna be great and and you know here's the other thing if you don't want to have another kid you don't have to have another kid. Oliver would disagree because he's a kid. Yeah i'm of the thing of. Don't let anybody tell you that your life has to be anything other than how you will see it because your your child will love you no matter. What whether they have a sibling or not. If you know just have a good happy life and don't put so much pressure on yourself agree. That's my advice. I concur all right. Hi kate oliver. My name is morgan. I discovered your show after only dabbling. A little in podcast. I decided to start your podcast all the way at the beginning and fell in love. I am in the middle twenty-seven sibling three my older sister. Twenty nine and younger sister. Twenty five i moved from ontario to british columbia in august. Twenty twenty and this is the first time being so far from my family as much as they can drive me nuts. It's still difficult. My constant has always been family. Friends have always come and gone in february of twenty twenty one. I lost my mimi. Grandmother may or mimi was an occidente goo. So it's like well. I know mimi is a popular term for grandma. This could be like fun like like like we. We may mimic grandmother in the hospital. Nobody was able to be with her when she passed. We did get a few scheduled. Zoom calls to talk to her prior. It was so hard. I was supposed to get married in her backyard. But due other matters we had to move it to a different location. I hope i can have my guest list of one hundred twenty six guests for the wedding. But since it's still bad here from covid who knows all i want is everyone. I love to be there. At least my immediate family feels our bonds are stronger. now anyways i'm so thankful to be listening to your podcast..

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"kate oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"kate oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Rough rough on made read it through so much and held onto each other through it all. It's not an option. I have any more and I finally accepted that after years of trying but I still so desperately crave the sister relationship. We had thirty years. Listening is therapeutic for me and I just wanted to say thank you. The podcast is something I didn't know I wanted but I know so desperately need lots of love. Wow well it's one of those things where you just sort of like. I'll be grateful. They now hold be grateful for your health or your hands will saying is is is the time that she had thirty years that she's had to accept and let go that it's different. Yeah and I think that it's something it again that we all struggle with acceptance that things change life changes. Sometimes he can't get it back. There's a lot of siblings out there and people who grow grow up. That probably like as Jeffrey said from the sibling affect the probably is best for them not to be have a relationship you know that might be too heavy heavy to play on the no way. I think it's important by the way that people even hear her story. You know 'cause because how many people are probably going through situations like this. Maybe there's some comfort there Whitney we love you. Let's see Hello Oliver. Kate Nice I got I got first billing again. Wins Wins Wins Wind. I am so so. Join your podcasts. Love you both professionally and your family from years of snippets into the wonder of your love for each other a mom the two boys and a motherless daughter since the age of fourteen my oldest is turning fourteen January and I've been struggling with knowing how to be a mother to him. I have nothing to use. An example for these teenage years being only child brings its own challenges to parenting siblings things so I really thank you for this podcast so interesting to hear about sibling relationships and I find it so comforting. That's interesting she's an only child but has multiple kids. Her mother passed away when she was fourteen. She has a daughter and doesn't really know what to do. I mean wonder what happened. I wonder if she she was ray who she was raised by for dad or I don't know but that's I have never thought of that. Actually I mean being an only child and then having multiple kids. It's sort of like. Oh Shit how do I deal with this guy and yeah and then on top of it. She has a fourteen year old girl and she's cheering. It's funny it goes back to so many so many people that I've talked to through the years sort of whether they be professionals nationals or a fourteen year old boy my spiritual you know guidance. Or what have you but I think in a moment like that. That's when your kids become your teachers and you have to like I. I mean I know that when I'm out of my comfort zone and something I look to the lesson I look to them to guide me. You know And I think that if you're tuned into that I mean clearly I mean as a mother you're not GonNa let at your kids get into the kind of trouble that you want. You're going to parent them but like understanding their dynamic is you're GONNA learn with them and it's just such a beautiful. What a beautiful healing life experience for for her? What about her fourteen year old boy? Fourteen year old boys boys and we were just talking about all you and I were just talking about middle school and so that would mean that. He's in eighth or ninth grade. She's kind of coming out of that. Really crazy I mean for me. Middle School was the heart is the hardest because kids are really trying to figure it out. It's kind of all over the place when they get into high school starts to kind of even out a little bit. You start to understand your your your friend group Sir your social story and your social circles but it's also when kids can really try to individual from their parents of if you have a challenging relationship with them they kind of start to push issue a little bit more again. I think if I was sitting with her right now I would say just always remind your kids that that's who they have like. We always talk about that like those are your siblings. When I'm long gone as she knows? How lucky are you that you always get to have your sibling? I never had that extreme. Had that experience so you know what a what a gift. She's given her dad's right fourteen year old boys teenage boys. It's it's a thing it's a real thing says from Nick. Hello excuse. My random subjects was my favorite pun. Idea a HA- anyways I wanted to thank you all I got. I bailing on this when Kate Oliver in co for doing the show. I can't express enough the gratitude. I have for the gift of honest sibling. Communication you've given my siblings and I am the oldest of four. We have two older siblings. Rulings we lost our died when I was eight. I can't take this stuff. I'm too motions sixteen today and I'm it's it's real life Saad. I'm not sad I'm happy. Saad.

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