“Laughter Medicine” is the tenth Wild Family TV show. Here, we demonstrate a family laughter yoga session, led by a certified laughter yoga facilitator. Also, as we begin to approach the completion of our show’s first season, we look back on the comedy we’ve caught on camera. Memorable scenes include spills, stories, and all the audacity of kids being kids.
Wild Family – The Feature Film
The Wild Family film is a feature-length documentary about a family on a hero’s journey. In the story, the parents of three preschoolers travel across the U.S.A., finding new ways to grow together, through in-depth interviews and outdoor adventures with 40 families. The movie is available now on DVD and instant viewing through Amazon.com.
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The Wild Family TV show celebrates the child in all of us. This series reveals a variety of parenting styles, healthy recipes, and tips for a fun family life, with original videos that appeal to all ages. Each month, we issue a new 20-minute episode with themes ranging from creative expression to outdoor education.
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“Saturday Dadderday” is the ninth Wild Family TV show. This episode celebrates fatherhood, with four rad daddies revealing the vital roles of a father figure. Dads honor dads. Boys become men. And we all remember the child within.
Gabriel Ohana Lindsay turns 2 today. He was born at home in Austin, Texas on September 21, 2014 at 12:34 p.m., measuring 8 lb. 14 oz. with a 14” head and a body 21” long.
This micro-documentary presents the birth story of our son, Gabriel Ohana Lindsay. This tale is told by his mama, Kat Lindsay. Read More
In this episode, you’ll learn how to prepare spirulina praline cookies—a raw superfoods dessert. Show your kids how to fold origami jumping frogs. See video interviews with the directors of three outstanding schools, plus interviews with parents, students, and an expert on alternative schooling options.
In the past 5 months our family has dealt with: pinworms, lice, maggots, ant-infestation, and cloth diaper blow-outs, to name a few.
Most of the time. A lot of the time, our life with little people is magical, mysterious, challenging yes, but still full of enough wonder to keep our spirits high. And then there are times when the material-ness of life hits us full force. Like in-your-face gross. I have to give Cabe and me a huge high-five for handling all this disgusting real-life stuff with grace and humor. There are definitely times when I’ve had to straight-up swallow down the acid rising in my throat (maggots were by far the worst). Read More
“We Art What We Eat” is the title of the Wild Family TV show’s seventh episode. We have two new recipe demos in Kat’s Kitchen, plus three video interviews with parent entrepreneurs working in the food industry. This food-themed show also features the super fun children’s book, Dragons Love Tacos.
“Music Matters” is the theme of the Wild Family TV show’s sixth episode. Here at the halfway point of our first season, you’ll find video interviews with three Austin parents passionate about music. You’ll learn how to listen in Kat’s Kitchen, when she shares her “Liquid Gold Ghee” recipe. And you’ll meet bright kids being brilliant, following the voice inside themselves.
The fifth episode of the Wild Family TV show explores yoga for kids. You’ll see video interviews with four mothers behind the brightest new Austin yoga studios. You’ll see passionate people working to pray, meditate, and embody respect for the Earth. You’ll see a recipe for a chia seed endurance drink and more—yoga galore!
The fourth episode of Wild Family TV explores nature’s role in parenting. Moms discuss the value of family time in nature. Kids and wildflowers bloom in every color. And Kat shares her super simple roasted pumpkin seeds secrets.
The third episode of Wild Family TV draws focus to the waters of the world. Here, 6-year-old Daniel celebrates World Water Day with a water blessing and a prayer for his late Grandpa Terry. Uncle Jordan also remembers his dad with a tearjerking song in a rainstorm. You’ll see a story about an Austin nonprofit working to solve water scarcity in Africa. You’ll hear music by beloved Austin vocalist, Susan Lincoln.