Kids And Family Podcasts
Looking for some moms just like you - real people with interests, passions and dreams they pursue while raising their children? Join us, Emily and Kristie from MommyBrainOnline.com every week for FUN, ideas, inspiration, support and encouragement! Friends for more than 30 years (but who’s counting) and mothers of 5 children between them from infant to teen, we feel your pain of trying to be a good wife and mother and not losing what makes you unique in the process. You are not alone, come hang out with us each week and fuel your MommyBrain.
Stepfamily Talk Radio interviews divorced dad Craig Armstrong, executive producer of ABC-TV's â€œSupernannyâ€ about his efforts to stay connected to his kids. Ph.D. psychologist William Merkel provides tips. Part 1 of 2 parts (available at www.stepfamilytalkradio.com).
By Lisa Cohn/Jann Blackstone-Ford
Follow along week-to-week with Kerry and Dan as their baby continues to grow, reaching new milestones like crawling, standing, and walking! Other topics include breastfeeding, growing out of baby clothes, and managing your schedule. It's BABY TIME!
By Kerry & Dan Gorgone
Welcome to the Live. Learn. and Play Podcast. A podcast about the people, places, and programs of Arkansas Children's. Our mission at Arkansas Children's is to champion children by making them better today and healthier tomorrow. Throughout these podcasts we will hear the emotional stories of hope, hardship, and healing from the patients and families of Arkansas Children's. We will be releasing new stories from our families once a month so be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts.
By Arkansas Children's
Setting Your Child Up For Success - Child Psychology, Development and Teaching TipsJoin Now to Follow
Want to see your children reach their full potential, in all areas of their lives? Tim Dansie, a registered teacher and psychologist who is sought-after by both parents and educators alike, reveals what it takes to set your child up for success. Tim shares insights from his decades of experience working with children from all backgrounds with all kinds of personalities. He also shares real stories that you can learn from. Each episode is easy to understand with practical tips that you can apply straight away. Season 1 of this podcast focuses on children aged between three and 12. Please subscribe to ensure you don’t miss an episode. About Tim Dansie: Tim is a registered Teacher and Psychologist. He spent 12 years working in schools as a Teacher / Psychologist before establishing his own private practice working with children, families, teachers and schools. As a result, Tim has a unique understanding about what is required to improve a student’s educational and wellbeing outcomes. Tim currently consults to the Independent Schools Association, the Catholic Schools Association and the Education Department of South Australia. He also works with elite level athletes, consulting to the Adelaide Football Club in the AFL and as a Career Guidance person to Adelaide United in the A-League. Tim has vast experience working with children and families and he is able to offer a wide range of services. Connect with Tim: For the latest news, insights and information about upcoming books, podcasts and other content, join Tim Dansie’s mailing list here http://eepurl.com/dmRd6P You can also send Tim an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or find out more about his private practice at http://tdpsych.com Produced by Apiro Media - http://apiropodcasts.com
By Tim Dansie with Apiro Media
Minimal-ish is a podcast about minimalism...sort of. It's the podcast that encourages you to let go of material things and clear out your space to make room for what matters. Believe it or not, your stuff takes up your time, and cluttered spaces can be a source of anxiousness. Fill your life with the people and things that you love, and get rid of the rest. Through conversations with other women and moms on the same simple-living journey, the Minimal-ish podcast will encourage you towards the grace-filled, realistic form of minimalism that benefits your life and family most. But it's not just about getting rid of your stuff or tidying up your home. There's so much more. Minimalism allows you to make room to live the life you want. This podcast discusses how to live the intentional life you want to live through simplifying in every area- how to make room so you can tell the story you want to tell with the life you've been given. Your host, Desirae Endres, is a stay at home/ work at home mom, teacher, and writer that believes that minimalism and having an uncluttered home environment can benefit everyone, but it doesn't look the same for everyone. Minimalism has changed her life, and if she can make minimalism attainable and sustainable in her life, anyone can. She brings honesty and transparency to the conversation as an admittedly (formerly-ish) unorganized, messy and anxious person as she discusses topics of minimalism, intentional, creative living, motherhood, and more. Grab a cup of coffee & listen in!
By Desirae Endres