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Tune in to meet the self-proclaimed (and kid approved) Messy Mommy. She will share the story of coming to realize that she was truly a "messy mommy" and what (if anything) she is doing about it. After she shares her story, she will tell you what gave her the idea to go public with "Messy Mommy" and what you can look forward to from her in the future.
Amy Zuniga will join me today for Mommy Support Group. Call in or contact me through www.heartbeatmusictherapy.net to ask questions. This group is for all parents of all children of all ages and abilities. We'll answer your questions first and then if there's time left, we'll cover picky eating and other eating challenges.
Amy Zuniga runs the Mommy Mixers at Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas TX. She is joining me to discuss support for new moms--why it's important, how to connect with other moms, where to find support, and other topics. I'll discuss some ways that I use music as mommy support. We'll even take questions if you want to call in. This will become a monthly series, too, so that we can provide ongoing support for other moms.
8:11 - Type 4 mom asks if being a grumpy mom is a Type 4 thing
24:41 - Mom asks if grief can affect a baby in the womb.
26:53 - Type 3 mom asks how to know if she should quit her job to stay home with new baby.
31:35 - Tips for handling guilt for each Type
Want to ask a question before the show? Send Carol an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about Carol's Best Selling parenting book, "The Child Whisperer" at www.thechildwhisperer.com
Learn more about Carol at www.thecarolblog.com
Tune in Monday, March 3rd @ 12 Noon Eastern as host and business success coach, Trina Newby interviews featured guest, Teresa Wright Johnson, Special Needs Advocate and founder of Mommy Care, Inc., a company that helps moms balance parenting and life.
She is also creator of Making Money Out of the Box, a workshop that teaches moms how to make supplemental or full-time income from the comfort of their own home and on their own schedule.
Know as "The queen of balance", she has worked at places like Parent to Parent of GA, DFACS, Georgia State University, SCIES Program, Women About Biz, Mocha Moms and more.
She is now using her energy to travel the U.S speaking and encouraging women to step forward and pursue their dreams. When she is not speaking she is advocating for and mentoring parents with Special Needs Children.
What's for dinner? If you're like your hosts, that's an inconvenient question that’s batted around quite a bit in your home.
Apparently, we're not alone! According to "Food Genius" founder Justin Massa during a recent National Public Radio interview, "…70 to 80% of Americans do not know what we're going to have for dinner at 4:00 p.m."
The company, which analyzes data for the food industry, is just one resource grocers nationwide are using to fill the dinner gap for busy families, only today, the offerings are taking a turn towards a seemingly healthier trend. Keep in mind, convenience comes at a price! And another thing, do we really want big-box-grocers and other food engineers making decisions that were once the domain of the family cook? Hardly!
Local chef and restaurant owner Davena Jernigan offers time saving tips from her treasure trove of food wisdom - tips that'll take the anxiety out of meal planning and inspire families to look no further than their own pantries for answers.
So, what are you gonna do Monday morning? Listen to the Mommy Chronicles of course, ‘cause you know this show is just what you’ve been waiting for!
Ready for this tagline? "We guard the nest of the world." Mommy Greenest is rapidly becoming THE resource for healthier parenting with less judgment - because the founder and our guest, Rachel, believes you shouldn't have to be a scientist to raise healthy kids. Rachel brings quite a bit to the credibility table in this arena. She is the former CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World, was editor of Children magazine and then had three children of her own. She who does not sleep is also the designer of Bird in Hand upcycled accessories and author of The Big List of Things That Suck. Rachel was featured in Los Angeles and Lucky magazines and has appeared on "The Today Show" and "CNN Headline News," among others. Rachel is actually a repeat guest and I am proud to interview her about her finest role ever - so far. This show sponsored by Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona.
What Women Entrepreneurs Want returns with a Perminate Co-host, A new Web Site, lots of news, events and more. We kick things off with Very Special Guest SONIA JOHNSON CEO of Box Me Mommy.
They are a subscription box company for mom and baby products, Sonia has developed a ‘Mommunity’ of over 11,000+ women and has also launched a very successful Mommy Ambassador Program for women looking to grow in the workforce while staying home with their children.
What WE Want is a Women’s Networking Organization dedicated to Women's personal growth and business development.
Our appeal is to strong, diverse, multicultural, caring professional women of all ages. We aspire to help you increase your bottom line while also sharing your knowledge and resources so other can do the same.
Stephanie Ellen Almeida joins me as my perminate Co-Host. She is the definition of ambition. She's done it all from TV, Runway, Real-Estate, Medicine, and More! A Spiritual being and a religious yogi! Blessed with a beautiful family and partner, living life to the fullest.