Home Again Podcast

1 house, 2 Boomers,

2 Millennials, 2 kids, 1 dog.

Nobody’s dead yet.

#1 Welcome to Home Again

by Jolene Philo & Anne Fleck | Home Again

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#1 Welcome to Home Again

by Jolene Philo & Anne Fleck | Home Again

#2 Establishing Boundaries

by Jolene Philo & Anne Fleck | Home Again

#3 Early Conflicts

by Jolene Philo & Anne Fleck | Home Again

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This is awesome Jolene and Anne. Makes me sad though to read that they re there till you guys aren’t.☹️ Though heaven will have gained two wonderful souls.
You guys have an extraordinary family in that house of yours. Wow. My Mom and Dad both passed away at care facilities and I ll always with that it hadn’t been so.
I don’t mean to be a Debby Downer. It s pretty awesome that a grandson gets to grow up w his grandparents like that and grandparents get to see their grandson everyday. Not many people are privy to that life experience. Since my parents passing I value more that ever time spent w our families.
You guys really touch my heart and thank you for adding me. I will be watching. ❤️😊
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In Spring of 2016 Anne and Kailen Fleck moved in with her parents, Hiram and Jolene Philo–not for a few weeks or a month or a year, but for the rest of her parents' lives. Anne and Jolene started the Home Again podcast to answer the burning question frequently asked by friends, family, and complete strangers: How can you stand living together?

We’re 2 boomers, 2 millennial, 1 toddler, 1 baby on the way, Appa the dog and nobody's dead...yet. It's a whole different kind of till death do us part.

The Home Again podcast explores the good the bad and the ugly of intergenerational living. From meal planning to coordinating schedules, from finances to family relationships, from division of labor to caregiving, we tell what works for us and what doesn't. As more Americans are returning to extended family living, we invite you to come commiserate with us, celebrate with us, and share your personal stories and thoughts.

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