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How can you identify a good babysitter or daycare when looking for a facility to care for a child with a congenital heart defect? Is it ever appropriate to leave a child with a congenital heart defect in the care of someone else? What can parents do to ease the transition if they have decided to place their children in daycare or in the care of a babysitter? Do children in daycare or in the care of a babysitter get sick more often? These are just some of the topics we will consider in this episode.
In the past 9 years, Angela Shartel has gone from being 65 lbs over weight to winning 100 mile ultra marathons and setting records. Most recently winning first female at Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 Mile Run http://www.vhtrc.org/mmt, May 2014. She is a mother of 3 and has owned a daycare for 18 years.
Angela has learned that taking care of others means taking care of yourself. She is an integral part of the ultra running community not only as an accomplished athlete but also the assistant director of the San Diego 100 Mile Endurance Run, held annually in June in the mountains east of San Diego. Although the race is challenging, it is known for the 100s of volunteers that generously donate their time to race preparation and operations.
Angela is an elite athlete, sponsored by:
Altra, http://altrarunning.com Injinji, http://injinji.com Carbopro, http://carbopro.com Elliptigo, http://elliptigo.com
"I believe that running is all about learning and implementing life’s lessons." Angela Shartel, Read more at: http://www.injinji.com/blog/the-missing-piece/#sthash.G2FIDsQV.dpuf
Many mothers choose to put their children in daycare facilities so that they can return to work. Actually, being around other children can be a stimulating and rewarding experience, if the daycare professionals are nurturing, attentive, and skilled in guiding a child through the phases of learning and development. But, if it's just a business of numbers, a head count to rake in money without regard to what environment is created by the presence of the other children, you may want to rethink that daycare decision and find a private sitter. Children learn from other children, and what some parents allow their children to absorb may not be what you want your child exposed to. Daycare: is it good or bad for a young child? What should you look for when picking out a good daycare provider?
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Today's episode included the following topics:
*Night training: Child wakes himself to pee but it's often and Mama is 37 weeks pregnant and TIRED.
*Another night training question: child is still in crib and has a very strong reaction when anyone even enters her room at night. Parents are NOT ABLE, at all, to wake the child. However, she has been staying dry at night almost all time. Is it best to start going without a diaper? Or should the parents wait until child is in a bed?
*Child is doing great with potty training but still freaks out when releasing poop. When/how can this be resolved? Should they move onto to undies?
*Mom of twins who need to be potty trained for preschool. Boy twin regularly poops in his pants and girl twin refuses to sit on the potty. Help! Mom has tried EVERYTHING.
*Little girl is doing great. She's still in block 2 and has no accidents at home. Daycare insists on a pull-up and she consistently pees in the pull-up.
*28 month old boy who is going to TOWN with fruits, creating messy diapers. Mom is gearing up to start potty training and wondering if she should wait till poops are back to normal.
*Mom is strung out on night training. No discernable patterns of pee and no discernable progress.
Join Doctor-Attorney-Author Mayer Eisenstein and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips as they discuss Alan's new Natural News article, "Employee Vaccine Mandates: Observations of an Vaccine Rights Attorney"; a published poll revealing that 95% of medical doctors encounter concerns from their patients or parents when discussing vaccines; the increasingly aggressive attacks from pro-vaxers against anti-vaccine views; misleading small pox statistics discussed in an 1880 meeting of the International Antivaccine League in Paris; the CDC's accidental release of anthrax and small pox germs; the pattern of health officials' exaggeration of infectious disease concerns, that profit of big pharma, when actual disease effects have been minimal; a caller's successful localized grass-roots effort to educate parents and others about vaccines; how school and daycare exemption laws vary from state to state; and more!
Join Doctor-Attorney-Author Mayer Eisenstein and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips as they discuss the Ebola outbreak in Africa, and possible agendas for bringing an Ebola-infected person to the U.S.; a journal article that found that 95% of doctors said they found some level of concern in discussing vaccines with their patients; the routine criminal behavior of pharmaceutical companies; the back-firing of vaccine propaganda; the advantages of religious exemptions over philosophical exemptions for school and daycare; the range of ease or difficulty with exercising a vaccine exemption in different exemption contexts; The Know YourRights Hour on Sound Cloud; how the health of children in the same family varies with their vaccination status; what nurses around the country report about the relationship between employee vaccination status and employee illness; concerns of a state health director regarding access to vaccines in an emergency; the relationship between vaccines and child academic performance; how health authorities replaced one dangerous vaccine with an even more dangerous one; how and why researchers and authors pull their punches when criticizing vaccines; and more!
Franchise Interviews meets with the K-9 Resorts Daycare & Luxury Hotel franchise. Jason and Steven Parker, co-founders of Fanwood-based K-9 Resorts Daycare & Luxury Hotel, first got in the dog business when as boys they wanted a dog, but their parents said they weren’t responsible enough. Fueled by that, they began walking neighbors’ dogs for money and it grew and grew until they were making some pretty impressive money. They decided to take this love of dogs and their honed business sense to open up K-9 Resorts and entered the franchising game as the youngest franchisors in the entire franchise industry. They’re entering a big 2014, riding the wave of success and buzz from last year, and will be opening up 5 new locations. 9 is the magic number for K-9 this year as they enter their 9th year in business with a goal of ending the year with 9 locations.
ABOUT K9 RESORTS DAYCARE & LUXURY HOTEL
K-9 RESORTS DAYCARE & LUXURY HOTEL was founded in 2005 by brothers Steven and Jason Parker in Fanwood, N.J. When in their early teens, their parents denied them a dog of their own, so the entrepreneurial pair opened a professional pet-sitting business to prove they were not only willing, but ready to care for a dog. That business not only became a highly profitable enterprise that they sold for a six-figure sum in 2006, that revenue became the expansion fuel for their burgeoning K-9 Resorts business. The business, which is the only facility in New Jersey to have been rated Number 1 by multiple major publications, is now positioned for franchise growth throughout the Northeast U.S. K-9 Resorts was ranked Number 1 in its category by the Courier Times and by New Jersey Monthly.
In part 2, we hear advice from franchisees on why they purchased a franchise.
More male/female traditional roles are being challenged. Most women have full-time jobs these days, many make more than their man. How should the household be handled when she makes enough to carry the household financially? But as a man should you be comfortable with not making any money, only bringing domestic skills to the table? Can his ego handle it? Can her ego handle it?
And of course we start the show off with the Post of The Week, from FB group Visual Thoughts! How often can your mate say no to sex before it becomes an issue?
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Featured Guest: Ms. Lenetta Henderson, Founder/CEO, Mommy Angels Day Care, http://www.mommyangelsdaycare.com/
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Hot Dogs, baseball, family vacays in the minivan packed to the hilt all synonyous with summer... but what you don't want is a too Hot Dawg left in your car... or leaving your furry canine family member in just anybody's care.
Joining Tamara Leigh's TREND ON with Heidi Feemster to share Puppy TLC is Diana Whealon, owner of Complete Canine Care Center of Shawano, WI. Diana Whealon has over 30 years in the Dawg Business from breeding and boarding to the dog show circuits and training classes for owners and puppies. Whether Doggy Day Care, longer term boarding, or tips on making sure that if Rover does come along for the ride, he's not subject to heat stroke or dehydration in summer's heat -- Diana & her Canine Care expertise has it covered. She also provides useful info on Puppy Training 101 with quick tips on "new baby/puppy" in the house, best ages for teaching and breaking bad habits and knowing your breeds before you buy.
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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?