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Mom & Me: Do You Agree On How You Were Raised?

Pat Graziosi is a blogger, producer and voice artist, most known as the co-creator of the educational animation YouTube channel "Life Noggin."


With a goal to make inspirational, fun, and thought provoking videos, Pat and his mom will certainly get you thinking on this premier addition of 'Mom And Me'.

Pat and his mom share a special bond, not only because they are biologically related, but because they are able to openly talk about a variety of topics.

On this episode, Pat has a conversation with his mother, Teresa about parenting styles. Does parenting change with each generation? "How you raised me was probably different from the way your parents raised you and their parents raised them and I'm probably going to raise my kids differently too."

Pat's quirkiness and openness make for a great conversation between him and his mom, one that is both interesting and hilarious. It's guaranteed to get you thinking about this topic and leave you with a huge smile on your face!

To see more of Pat, visit his website, his YouTube Channel – Think Happier, Live Happier, and his animated YouTube Series Life Noggin.

This video was produced, shot, and edited by Pat Graziosi. To see more videos that put a smile on your face, visit HooplaHa's YouTube channel and Facebook page.

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