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Sonali Shivlani is the Executive Director of CAPPA India and also the Director of the Pregnancy Fitness Educator Program for CAPPA International. In her ten years of practice, worked with more than 15000 pregnant families. She is the author of the Super Moms Recipe Book. She has conceptualized and featured on two DVD titles - Prenatal Workouts and Postnatal Workouts in association with Times Group in India. She is on the expert panel of Mother and Baby, a leading magazine in this genre. She is also on the panel for Baby Center in India and besides working on "Indianising" the content she also heads the Online ante-natal classes on the portal.
Learn more about Sonali and the amazing work she is doing in India by clicking the links below.
Sonali also chatted with us about the Certified Pregnancy Fitness Educator program CAPPA offers. To learn more or to take a training go to www.cappa.net "trainings."
BabyCenter Editor, Linda Murray, shares the results of the BabyCenter.com Baby Names Survey revealing the hottest names of 2010 and predictions for the top names of 2011.
Habitat for Humanity housing experts join us to share their new initiative to help low-income families who have been affected by the housing crisis.
Elvin R. Freytes is founder of the MaJenDome movement, which is dedicated to inspiring expectant fathers to read to their unborn child. His new book, Hello My Little One, It's Me Your Father", is written as a poem for fathers to read to their child during pregnancy.
Laurie Gelman, Contributor to BabyCenter's Momformation Blog, joins us to discuss parenting trends of the last year and her predictions for the parenting trends of 2012.
Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help you on your journey through parenthood. MomRN is walking right alongside you on this path, with two teenage kids of her own. Her expertise has helped thousands of parents as they strive to be the best parents they can be. Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.
Amy Urbach is the founder of Blended and Bonded (www.blendedandbonded.com), a website and ministry dedicated to providing professional resources to assist blended families with the common challenges they face. Amy will share her advice and tips for overcoming some of the unique challenges blended families face during the holidays.
Tara Gidus, the renowned Diet Diva nutritionist and author, tells us how digestive issues affect our lifestyles and can even prevent couples from being intimate. She also offers her tips for improving digestive health.
What's in a name? Plenty! Linda Murray, Global Editor in Chief of BabyCenter.com, gives us the scoop on the top baby names for 2011, according to the BabyCenter’s Top 100 Baby Names list. She will also share the most surprising and unusal names that are gaining popularity.
Leah Sigler, How Lounge founder, tells us How to Survive The Holidays Digital Style using her tricks and tips to make your holidays more manageable. (MomRN update: We apologize that our guest, Leah Sigler, did not call in for the interview today. We will attempt to reschedule her if at all possible. Thanks for your understanding.)
Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help you on your journey through parenthood. Her expertise has helped thousands of parents as they strive to be the best parents they can be. Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.
Mominatrix and her Whipping Boy chat about a new BabyCenter survey that says 51% of women are unsatisfied in bed. Also, Mominatrix gives the deets on her recent bikini wax adventure -- the good, the bad and the fairly painless. Other sex topics in the news: a bias against ginger sperm, PETA starts an adult site, and more!
Thursday May 26 Mollee Bauer joins me here on BlogTalkRadio. Mollee got her start in the Internet space in 1995 when she was pregnant with her son Ezra. She was tired of combing through book after book trying to find out what was going on in her pregnancy. Not only that but the information was often negative and discouraging. Keeping that in mind, the web’s first interactive pregnancy calendar was created. It gave an end-user a snippet of information each and every day, as well as creating one of the early online pregnancy and parenting communities. Over the next year or so, the pregnancy calendar became such a popular tool, (the site was featured on CNN as a “Website of the day” and in Yahoo Magazine as an innovative “don’t miss” tool) When her son was 19-months-old Editor-in-Chief, Clare Ellis, asked if Mollee wanted to come on board and create the online community for BabyCenter. Mollee, ready to get back into the workforce, said a very enthusiastic, "yes," and in April of 1998 joined BabyCenter as employee number 20. Over the next three years, Mollee created one of the web’s most popular online communities and content. After surviving three layoffs and two buyouts, Mollee left BabyCenter in July, 2001. Frustrated by the lack of human interaction, empathy, and compassion in the marketplace, Mollee decided to create another site of her own – and launched Pregnancy.org September 10, 2001. In 2004, Mollee moved to South Florida where she resides today, and continues to champion to empower women one day at a time. She believes that our only limitations are the ones we put on ourselves and that anything is possible. With the acquisition of Pregnancy.org by Alere in January, 2011, Mollee is excited about all the possibilities now open to her and the company. She works with three incredible women to make their wish lists a reality.