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Cloth diapering is an affordable and environmentaly friendly way to diaper your child. Despite what many parents to be may think, cloth diapering is actually easy. Cloth diapers come in many different styles that can easly fit into any parent's daily routine.
On this episode, Dawn is joined by Sandy Soriano Barajas, owner of Luludew Organic Diaper Service in Los Angeles, CA. Dawn and Sandy, who are both cloth diapering moms, will discuss the benefits cloth diapering offers not only in terms of products that are green and environmentally friendly, but also cost effective as well.
Please be sure to listen to this episode to learn all about the world of cloth diapering.
Kelly, of KellysCloset.com will join me to talk about everything cloth diapers.
If you have EVER considered making the switch, but need a little hand-holding, this show is for you! We'll talk about why, how and what options suit moms best. We'll outline the steps to choosing what fits your lifestyle; we'll talk about the MONEY saved and the initial investment.
And you're already a cloth-diaper mom, now's the time to add your 2 cents, and offer advice to those just beginning this fun experime
Ever heard of the fetish where adults dress as babies in the privacy of their own home? Yeah us either, but it exist! We have a guest coming on that has the strong desire to dress like an infant when he gets home. Seriously he loves the bottle, the diapers, the crib, everything! This interview should be nothing short of interesting and with your MLC hosts hilarity will certainly ensue! Tune in 10:05 PM Eastern!
Go back to work or stay home? Daycare or nanny? Cloth or disposable diapers? Should you make your own baby food? Moms have lots of choices…and opinions on all things baby. But, one thing all moms can agree on – is "mom guilt". Joining us with tips to help find our own work/life balance and get rid of the mom guilt is former “International Nanny of the Year,” Michelle LaRowe.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we have important information about metastatic breast cancer. 53-year-old Sharon Bozentka, mother of three who has been living with HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer for the last year along with oncologist, Dr. Marc Citron, discusses the advances in treatments for metastatic breast cancer and what people need to know about this disease. Dr. Citron and Sharon also explain the significance the Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day Oct. 13th) has had on continued research into the disease and how women with metastatic breast cancer are coping with the disease.
Have you thought of launching a small business to support your family or to follow your passion and fulfill your dreams? Ali Brown, owner of Ali International, which is on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies and has appeared on Secret Millionaire, offers aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners keys to success, mistakes to avoid making, and info about how to apply for a small business grant.
Each day, as many as 150 people with criminal records apply for positions with non-profit organizations, many of whom are registered sex offenders. What can these non-profits do to help keep predators away from innocent children? Steve Salem, President of the Cal Ripken Senior Foundation and Robbie Callaway, current board member of the Ripken Foundation & founding board member for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have some answers to help non-profits keep kids safe.
Monday Morning Maelstrom! A new week is upon us. Get ready for it with Kung-Fu Kenobi and Nick Fury as we bring you a mix of celebrity news, health and beauty tips, and your weekly horoscope! Then listen to a classic episode of Rips and Raps!
Classic Rips and Raps Episode 058
WARNING -- Parental Discretion Advised version 058.08142013.Xb4 of Rips and Raps breaks new ground in infant care and toddler rearing. Nothing more fun than a bunch of bratty kids in the studio eating reconstituted peas, spitting up dribbly rhymes and filling our poopy diapers with love.
This week features music and personality courtesy of Albuquerque based group BANDWIDTH NO NAME and its affiliates: Mary Stockton, Epic Beats, Nick Furious, GRSwardson, K.O. and Johnny Drama. -the names have NOT been changed and NOTHING is really real, but it is FUN- The entire episode was free flowed LIVE at FuriouStudioz by BNN and includes some original tracks as well as freestyles , skits and our own childish brand of flava.
Catch us every Wednesday at around 10:00 PM MOUNTAIN time at
After a trip to Russia as a young girl Megan knew some day she would adopt a child. When Megan grew up and married she held tight to that dream, yet went on to have three children of her own. Once they were out of diapers the pull to adopt was getting stronger and stronger.
As time went on Megan and her husband would pray and ask God for HIS timing. After a year of tragedy and heartbreak they were so glad they did indeed wait. Until the summer of 2012 when Megan began really feeling the tug on her heart to adopt. Megan heard about an agency called Project 143, P143 matches families in the US with orphans overseas, the children come stay with these Christian families for four weeks during Christmas & 5-6 weeks in the summer. Before they knew it a little girl was brought to them for a short stay, yet during this time a bond was made.www.orphanhost.blogspot.com
Please tune in to hear this story of HOPE, as a family tries to reunite with the little girl they now consider their daughter.
Church is supposed to be a sacred place, but can the sanctuary remain holy when pastors are acting more like pimps than religious leaders? Sexual impropriety, financial misconduct and emotional manipulation can all be found in Bible scriptures, but they also fill headlines about today’s preachers. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson takes on abuse in the church with men and women of the cloth. Dr. Donald Matthews, offers a test for determining whether the "pastor" or "pimp" label fits your religious leader. Reverend Brandon Crowley, pastor of Myrtle Baptist Church in Massachusetts, and Reverend Trina Evans, from Georgia’s Beulah Baptist Church get real and righteous about the challenges of shepherding a congregation in modern times. They also discuss mega churches, promiscuity, building fund lust and proper responses to church member emotional needs. No, we are not talking about your grandmother’s quiet “Shall We Gather at the River” church services.
It’s time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson...pull up a chair.
Join us Tuesday night October 22,2013 at 9pm eastern as we invite Bill Munns to the show. Generally, Bill is described as a makeup artist, a "creature guy" (one who makes creature costumes for films and TV), a costume expert (although the general and popular meaning of "costume" is some type of tailored cloth apparel, and makeup artists usually don't do that, instead making body suits of rubber, resinous plastics, and fur materials). It was this professional background which first brought him to actively research the Patterson-Gimlin film, as he intended to apply his knowledge of fur costumes and "ape suits" to the debate about the film, because many people are of the opinion that what is seen in the film is a hoaxed event with a human wearing some kind of fur suit. But he is also a world-champion wildlife artist, a museum exhibit model designer, a theme-park and entertainment robotics designer, a computer graphics professional with expertise in 3D visualizations (including archaeological visualizations of ancient architectures), a film-maker (with a fair amount of experience in 16mm film and editing), a fairly proficient photographer, an inventor (with one patent so far to his credit, for a character animation software system), and a person with a lifelong love of the natural sciences. So the fact that his analysis effort on the PG film has expanded beyond the original goal, the issue of a possible fur suit and a hoax, and broadened to include more diverse areas of study, simply reflects the fact that his life and accomplishments as well have been over many diverse areas of education and accomplishment.