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Shelly shares with us her big surprise. You will want to listen and hear how Shelly’s life is changing forever.
We discuss the article 25 Rules for Mothers of Sons by Tabitha Studer which made it into several newspapers so we decided to join in the conversation. We love the list and think every mom of boys ought to read it and think about their role as mother to a boy (since they are a species we don’t always understand). C
Stacey returns and shares her adventures with Let’s Play Music, an innovative music education program for children from 3-7 years old that prepares children to be amazing musicians (Nancy wishes she had found this program years ago). Watch a Demo Video Contact Stacey firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Andie discusses what helicopter parenting is and how it differs from just being a caring parent. She shows how helicopter parenting is more about the parents’ needs than the child’s and what we can do to avoid being a helicopter parent. Dr. Andie is the author of More than Saying I Love You. This book is one of our favorite books on parenting! For more information on Dr. Andie, personal coaching or other tips, check out her website!
We discuss ways to introduce your child to other cultures. It doesn’t have to be expensive and it doesn’t need to involve lengthy travel. It might surprise you the resources you have in your own community or on the internet to introduce your child to the greater world around her. Festivals, ceremonies, religious centers as well as neighbors and friends can be a great way to learn more about other cultures and traditions and help raise a wel-rounded individual who thinks about more than baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet (even though there is nothing wrong with those things too)!
Kathy Irving, an audiologist, mother, and listener discusses her findings signing with her daughter with Nancy (author of Baby Signing 1, 2, 3). With her background working with hearing impaired children, Kathy is uniquely qualified to answer the question that so many parents ask: “Will signing with my baby cause speech delay or hearing issues?” Kathy shares her knowledge and also her experience. Nancy also adds her understanding of the difference between communication/language and the form of communication. Baby Signing 1, 2, 3 is available in bookstores, on Amazon or from SignBabies.com. You can even purchase a Kindle version from Amazon.com.
As a mom, you have opportunities no one else gets. We discuss the simple joys you experience and how to savor them so the hard times are easier. We discuss how to embrace, record and reflect on the unique experiences only YOU have with your child. This is a MOM Podcast show–for more great shows, check us out at The MOM Podcast or in iTunes!
If your child struggles at school and you wonder what might be going on, we discuss things to check and how to help your child. This is a MOM Podcast show–for more great shows, check us out at The MOM Podcast or in iTunes!
As moms, we put our needs last. But making time for our passions can make us better moms. We share how we have found time for our passions and what we have done–it just might inspire you to take up an instrument, pick up your tennis racket or lace on tap shoes! This is a MOM Podcast show–for more great shows, check us out at The MOM Podcast or in iTunes!
We speak again with Claire Lerner from Zero to Three about dating after divorce. She shares ideas on how to gauge your child’s readiness for meeting a parent’s new partner and ideas of what information kids can handle and what is too much. If you are a single parent and are ready to date, this show is not to be missed.
Heather from Mom4Life shares some new and unique products for mom, baby and around the home. All products from Mom4Life are created by moms so you can be confident that they are practical and thoughtfully created.
We talk with Kaamna Bhojwani-Dhawan from Momaboard about traveling internationally with young children. Kaamna shares tips gained from her travels around the world with her son. If you’re traveling with your family this summer, listen for some great advice!
We speak with Kayce Pearson from the Facebook Utah chapter of Eats on Feets about online breast milk sharing communities. She explains how the ages old custom of wet nursing has taken a modern form and how moms are reaching out to provide a healthy start for their babies.
We continue our discussion with Claire Lerner from Zero To Three about the complex topic of divorce. Claire shares great advice on how to help young children through the challenges of a divorce. This is the second part of a two part show.
We talk with Claire Lerner from Zero To Three about the complex topic of divorce. Claire shares great advice on how to help young children through the challenges of a divorce. This is the first part of a two part show.