Casting for New Cable Series About Unique Parenting Styles

San Diego Bargain Mama helps punched in the head TV with casting call. What is your parenting style?  You could be in a new cable series.

Punched in the Head Productions is looking for moms and dads with unique perspectives on parenting for a new series on a top-rated national cable network.  How do you parent?

Do you believe in attachment parenting?  Or maybe you consider yourself a “tiger mom”?  Do you practice “free-range parenting”?  Or green parenting?  Or a style of parenting that’s all your own?

Are you raising a future high achiever?  Or a free spirit?

Did you have a strong reaction — positive or negative — to Time Magazine’s “Are You Mom Enough?” cover?

Do you find yourself judging — or being judged by — other parents?  Is your parenting style radically different from your parents’ or friends’?

Do you think kids need lots of structure and clear rules?  Or lots of freedom and play time?  Do you think kids’ schedules should be filled with enriching activities?  Or do you practice “slow” parenting?  Do you think parents should be authoritative?  Or indulgent?  Should you be strict?  Or permissive?  Should you spare no expense for the finest things for your child?  Or keep it simple?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, they want to hear from you.  They’re looking for moms and dads of children ages 0 – 12 who would be willing to share their parenting style in a nationally broadcast series on a major national cable network.

If you’re interested, please send your name, your phone number, a brief description of your family and your parenting style and a photo to:

casting@punchedinthehead.com

About Punched in the Head Productions:  They are an Emmy Award-winning production company that’s been making documentaries for over a decade.  They specialize in eye-opening, perspective-changing stories about real people — the kind that make you feel like you’ve been “punched in the head.”  They take pride in our fair and respectful approach to storytelling and the relationships they build with everyone theywork with, and are also parents.  www.punchedinthehead.com

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