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Have you ever personally faced the dilemma of choosing between buying diapers for your infant and putting food on the table? Have you ever had to leave your baby in the same diaper for an entire day because you couldn’t afford to purchase diapers? This is reality for many North Carolina families as well as 49,000,000 family around the United States
Diapering an infant requires between 8 and 12 diapers a day, on average. And we all know that diapers are expensive (about $100 per month per child)! Programs such as WIC and food stamps do not cover their purchase. If you know of anyone who have this problem please have them tone in on friday July 25th at 11:00Am EST. As I discuss with
Director, Family Economic Security
National Center for Children in Poverty
Mailman School of Public Health
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 experiment.
he Sports Narrative Radio Show is on the road again!
Join us live on Sunday April 13th from 1-3PM at Gameday Cloth 7300 Lonestar Dr ste C118 in Plano, TX
Gameday Cloth: A fashion boutique with the heart of a sports fan! Cool and comfortable styles for both women and men
In the Shops at Legacy just north of Legacy off the Dallas North Tollway, right next to Modia
On this episode:
- We discuss an incredible week that was in the world of sports and for the DFW metroplex
- As both the NBA and NHL gear up for the playoffs, it looks like the local teams here in Dallas will be participating for the first time in a while. We discuss thier prospects as well as some of the other delicious match-ups
- We break from traditional talk and stop down for a fun segment: either Mick's Pub of Feltman's Fountain of Feces, depending on who shows up!
- We are contractually obligated to talk NFL Draft, sponsored by The Draft Narrative Scouting Guide. All the latest news and notes on the draft including rising QBs, wheeling and dealing and more
- It's discussion time up next, and we take a more NPR approach to sports and discuss the concept of "selling your sports soul" and debate a few candidates for that title
- We finish with Sunday at The Masters, check the leaderboards and how no Tiger affects the ratings and the PGA going forward
A jam-packed 2 hours! LIVE Sunday April 13th 1-3PM CDT or anytime after on Itunes or at www.thesportsnarrative.com
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.
I'm your host
Author Kim Kendall
Miss Kim has two children and three grandchildren. A native of Ohio, Kim began writing at a young age. Starting first with love letters for her friends then continuing in high school. Securing her own column in the school paper was the beginning of a budding novelist. Life presented many opportunities for Kim and all proved to be un-fulfilling. She went back to familiar ground writing and the characters of Sweatin’ were born.
Synopsis = Danielle Thompson has huge dreams of one day owning her own business featuring her writings. Working at the Reed’s Greeting Card shop, Dani becomes the protégé of her cool boss Mrs. Cheryl. Nadine Hughes has found herself beaten and abandoned again. Will she seek revenge? Or remain with the man who loves her so violently? Stephani has it all, none of which fill the void of motherhood. Her husband, rapidly climbing the corporate ladder has no time for babies and diapers. Under unfavorable conditions Stephani becomes pregnant, on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Suspense filled with page turning curiosity; see how these stories come together and paint a picture of true love and vivid deceit. Sweatin’ offers pure entertainment! This novel delivers the laugh, increases the suspense and teases the erotic nerve. Each chapter takes you on a tumultuous journey of Dani Thompson and the characters surrounding her life. Sweatin’ pulls you in as it saves you with lessons of forgiveness, love and patience
Join us for an expose into a local chain of frightening assisted living / hospice centers, SILVERADO SENIOR LIVING! HOUSTON, SUGARLAND, KINGWOOD, CHAMPION FOREST, you need to know this before you sign that contract and begin paying a whoppoing $7000-11,000 per month to end up in a drug induced stupor bedridden 20 hours per day as you lay in your own excrement with illegal double diapers courtesy of the lazy staff who simply can't bear to smell you--or the unfortunate souls that work 12 hour shifts in overstaffed conditions with shortages of help so severe that residents get used to missing dinner in favor of V8 juice and yogurt if they're lucky.
But whatever you do, don't complain, lest they increase your drugs, isolate you from your friends and family, take away your means of communications, divert your mail and violate your remaining civil and constitutional rights. We have live witnesses, so tune in!
DEAD KILL BOOK 1: THE RIDGE OF DEATH:
Horror master Thomas Malafarina is back with the first book of his Dead Kill series entitled The Ridge of Death. Enter a post-apocalyptic world where zombies still roam, but are the quarry of bounty hunters who are rewarded by the government for helping with the "clean-up."
"Thomas M. Malafarina is the kind of writer I aspire to be. Like a visionary painter, creates mood in the landscape of dread, strong emotions with characters you care for, and suspense that causes a reader's nails to dig deep into their own legs. Stories cut from a cloth of originality that is Thomas M. Malafarina." -- Mark Slade – Nightmare Illustrated Magazine
"Malafarina's vision into a world where zombies are nearly eradicated is fresh and savagely satisfying, making this a must read." -- Keith Rommel – Author of "The Cursed Man"
The priest placed the Host on her tongue, turned, and started walking toward the altar. He did not notice that a Particle from the Host fell and landed upon a cloth that covered the woman’s hands. Thomas Caillot, who was assisting at the Mass went to the altar and said: “Father, you must return to the rail because the Body of Our Lord fell from the mouth of this lady onto the cloth.”
Today's topics included the following:
*26 month old camel; not many opportunities to practice. Some hits, some misses. Mom thinks part of the problem is she has trouble releasing.
*Night training question: do I have to keep a little potty in the bedroom? With my eldest I did but he would sometimes miss the potty a bit and his room always smelled like poop. Can I train my younger to just get up and go to the bathroom?
*Nap training is not going well, so Mom fears night training. (spoiler: you can't approach naptime training without night training)
*21 month twins, pooping in nap/night time diapers. Doing excellent in the waking hours.
*2.5 year old, day trained is running to the potty after she dribbles in her undies
*Homeschool question: How did you decide on curriculum for your son?
*'Nother homeschool question: what about socialization?
Decomposed bodies litter the desert of fallen souls looking for a better life. The camps in which they are housed, if they are fortunate enugh to actually make it throught the blistering heat, the vicious cartels and the lack of food and water are over-crowded deadly-disease plants.
Our Border Patrol, instead of apprehending these individuales and sending them back, they are now changing diapers, cooking meals and doing laundry. All so the democrats can get re-elected.
Tune in every weeknight at 8:00pm to 10:00pm to hear The Captain unlock his treasure chest of opinions and ideas, facing all matters of Constitutional Freedom.
Today's episode included the following topics:
*Child was is doing great with pee and was doing great with poop. After some daycare accidents, she now regularly poops in her pants. There's no fear or resistance to pooping in the potty. She just got off track.
*Day 3, Block 1 with an 18 month old. Resistant and crying when put on the potty and will consistently pee on parents laps.
*Child is doing great during the day. Parents aren't night training but child wakes up when her diaper is wet and wants to be changed. She's dry at naptime. What to do?
*Child is 4 and completely day trained. Consistently wets the bed at night. She's a sound sleeper who doesn't even wake once she pees. What can the parents do besides wake her up at night to go?
*Day 2, Block 1 with 19 month old son who's not too happy about the whole thing.
*35 month old boy who had one self initiated poop and then started to withhold. Won't even poop in nap/nighttime diapers.
*Potty training is going great but child is suddenly showing all kinds of acting out/limit testing. Could this be related to the potty training?
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