Working Mother Radio
Summary: WORKING MOTHER RADIO - from the pages of the nation's premier magazine for moms, Working Mother is mentor, role model and advocate for the country’s more than 17 million moms who are devoted to their families and committed to their careers. Join host and working mother of two, Bettina Bush, each week as she brings the pages of Working Mother Magazine to life in the studio and on the road. Get great advice from leading experts on your child's health issues, eating healthy and staying fit, managing stress, career strategies, books, new gadgets and more. Get an inside look at National Trade Shows - learn how to look for the best safety features in a new car, how to take great family photos, and what to look for in a pediatrician. WORKING MOTHER RADIO provides educated and affluent women with the solutions and strategies you need to thrive while you balance work, family and life. http://www.WorkingMotherRadio.com
After her experience at the World Trade Center on September 11th, Mary Lee Hannell has volunteered at the 9/11 World Trade Center Tribute. Mary takes a moment to share her experience as a volunteer and what that involvement has meant to her.
SEGMENT 1: Little Picky Eaters SEGMENT 2: Get Paid to Eat Veggies? SEGMENT 3: Family Time SEGMENT 4: Baby Sleep Patterns SEGMENT 5: Sleep Tips SEGMENT 6: Sleep Tips Continued
Kids aren't always the most willing to try new foods -- especially vegetables. So this raises the question, should we pay our children to eat their vegetables? Working Mother writer Lela Nargi joins the show to give us some background on their latest article.
Bettina Bush and Lela Nargi talk about the new article, "Should You Pay Your Child to Eat Veggies?" Bettina and Lela offer their point of view on whether or not you should.
If you can make the time to eat together as a family, do it. Host Bettina Bush and guest Lela Nargi discuss the benefits to eating as a family. Also, Bettina and Lela discuss ways to get your children to eat what's on their plate.
Our guest, Conner Herman, struggled with trying to get sleep with her first born -- but she found a way to help herself and others. Conner fills us in on how she co-founded Dream Team Baby.
Our guest Conner Herman fills us in on how her work in the military transitioned into the work she did to start Dream Team Baby. Then, Conner offers some tips for getting your new baby to sleep so you can sleep too.
Are you a new mom who wants to get more sleep? Conner Herman of Dream Team Baby has got some tips for you! Conner talks with host Bettina Bush about different ways to help your baby fall asleep.
SEGMENT 1: Episode Preview & Kitchen Tips SEGMENT 2: Children of Divorce SEGMENT 3: Holiday Shopping for Children SEGMENT 4: The Gift of Giving SEGMENT 5: Mind, Body, and Soul Time SEGMENT 6: Routines & Requests
Bettina Bush starts off this edition of Working Mother Radio by filling us in on what's to come later in this episode. Also, she offers some kitchen tips from our friends at World Kitchen.
The holidays can be a challenge for a divorced couple with children. Psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser joins the show to talk about what parents can do to help the holiday's go smoothly.
"I want this! I want that!" Children's mind's are always changing and they have a million things they want. Our guest, Psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser, offers suggestions for buying children their Christmas gifts.
It's important to remember to give! Psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser talks about the three forms of giving that she presents to her children and gives some ideas for giving this holiday season.
Amy McCready, the author of "If I Have to Tell You One More Time...", tells us about her book. Also, she offers some tips for having one on one time with your children and why it makes a difference.
Sometimes asking your child to do something, whether they're a toddler or a teenager, can be quite a challenge. Amy McCready offers some advice for persuading your children to get stuff done.