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Kas Winters knows that "Children learn best when they are playing" or at least think they are! This is where The Mother of Family Ideas is "The Sneaky Mom" and will be sharing with you here on Word of Mom Radio. Join us monthly as Kas shares the "sneaky" things she did as a mom to help her children learn while they thought they were playing!
Join us on July 2nd, 10amPT/1pmET and LIVE on your time in archive as Kas helps you discover ways that are easy, free, or inexpensive—and tons of fun. These activities can provide a sense of self-assurance and knowledge for kids. Let Kas help you become that wonderfully "Sneaky Mom" as you Build Your Child's Self-Confidence - which what this conversation is all about!
Meet Kas here and visit her site Mother of Family Ideas and enjoy her blogs, tips and great information for you and your family.
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Do you ever wish you get just get the right helper? What if you could have someone else do things you don't like to do? Getting help for your business is a critical way to grow your mom-based business. Whether you want help with chores around the house or someone to work on your social media or blog, your first step to getting the right help is knowing what you need to accomplish, and clarifying the tasks to delegate and the results you'd like to achieve. Join me as we discuss how to figure out where you need help and then get the right people for the job!
As Mompreneurs, finding the balance between raising a family and growing your business is always a challenge. Every other Tuesday on Managing Mompreneur Mayhem Cena Block offers great advice for moms in business for themselves. Find her at Sane Spaces.com or as Cena Block or SaneSpaces on all social media outlets!
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When actress and comedian Cocoa Brown takes the stage, the world stands still.
Brown is undeniably one of the most talented comics and performers of this generation.
The Newport News, Virginia native, born Farah Brown, assails her craft with such
passion and soul-searching veracity, when she claims a stage the ensuing act is nothing
short of a force of a nature. Cocoa Brown audaciously draws from painful reminiscences
and hard-knocked lessons, bravely weaving humorous tales that uplift, upend, and
upgrade everything you thought you knew about comedy. What drives the comic who
female fans nationwide have nicknamed the “The Truth”? The sheer will of a woman
who survived the worst life had to offer and is still standing.
Hailing a taxi is Hell without Checker Classic Cab App !
By Tom Livsey, OurTown National News Editor,
Let's face it, sooner or later you will be stranded, on the side of a busy expressway, shopping mall, home, or even at work, in Metro Atlanta. There is no worse feeling for a mom or dad in need of immediate transportation for their family. Checker Classic Cab to the Rescue !
Mr. Orlando Perry, CEO of Checker Classic Cabs of Lithonia, Ga is a community oriented man. He started with a vehicle and a vision, to get his Metro Atlanta neighbors, to and fro, as its his passion to get people where they need to go safely and inexpensively.
However, it would not take an airport taxi trip to find out who Mr, Orlando Perry is, and why he carries a community torch for safe transportation. It is what he learned from his dad, Theodore Perry, and longtime family friend, Mr. Henry Mosley, of Jett Taxi, in Decatur, Ga.
Listen in to my national talk show, as he personally reveals to torch he wants to pass on ! He will discuss his Smart phone App to get a taxi to you 24/7 .
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.
I went from full-time stay-at-home mom for 20 years to pretty much full-time author. My passion is my family-my husband and I have been married for 40 years and have four kids, five darling grandkids--so far! But since, if a mom does her job right, she eventually puts herself OUT of a job, I'm delighted to have the privilege of working as a novelist. I could not enjoy the writing life more.
I've had a couple of non-fiction books published and contributed to some anthologies, as well as writing magazine articles. But my first love is fiction. I have written more than 25 novels and since The Face of the Earth for Howard/Simon & Schuster released in May 2013, I am now working on a new five-book series for Abingdon Press. Home to Chicory Lane releases August 2014.
A typical writing day for me begins early--often before 6 a.m.--with the business side of things: answering e-mail and reader mail, updating my Web site, reading for research. We're now empty-nesters so our routine is much quieter than it was when we had four kids at home. When my writing time begins, I have a routine that sets the stage, starting with lighting scented candles, choosing mood music on Pandora, and brewing a pot of coffee. Lately I've been enjoying coffee our son sent me from Germany. I have a cozy office that looks out over our front yard. But since I write on a laptop, I often take my computer to the kitchen counter, a chair by the fireplace, or, if the weather is nice, out on the deck where the birds, squirrels, ducks, geese, and an occasional egret, provide entertainment. I try to wrap up the day's words (usually 1000-1500 a day) by suppertime.
Join me as I continue my series The Many Faces Of Violence Our Children Face. In the wake of the senseless police style execution of an unarmed young African American teenager, Michael Brown, it is crucial that this conversation continues. My guest Carole Stiller is the President of the New Jersey chapter, and state president of the Million Mom March. Carole will be talking to me about their fight to get sensible gun control legislation passed in New Jersey.
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This week on Mom Talk Radio, Gabriella Wilday, Co-Founder of No Fuss Lunch, shares 4 tips on how to pack a balanced and nutritious lunch for your kids. Spotlight on Moms features Mary Beth Ludwig of AnovaEducation.org. Lauren Paul, Co-Founder of the Kind Campaign, shares tips to help your kids avoid bullying at school. Shannon Hanrahan, Consumer Safety Expert for PromotionalCodes.com shares 4 tips for staying on budget when back to school shopping. Dr. Patricia Riba, Co-Author of Fit Kids Revolution, shares tips for fighting childhood obesity.
Ferguson, Missouri -- capturing headlines for a week, and no signs of letting up. Tonight we'll look at what we know about Michael Brown, the similarities between this and the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman shooting, the riots in Ferguson and who might be inciting them. Holder heading over.
Twitter the instant news source
Cop's account of shooting
All we want is an arrest
Army Document - Lethal Force
Communists and New Black Panthers
Andrea's Weekly Column at WND
Join Rev. Goddess for this special event! A RItual discussion with her daughter Archa! Rev. Goddess in her own development has had to deal with the generational curse of the women in her family. And in doing so has wanted to free her daughter from these curses in hopes she would not have to be hurt or struggle the way the other women in their family have! Join in, if you are a daughter or a mother or both. Bring your mother or your daughter if you can. It can be possible thorugh this ritual discussion, speaking on the love hate relationship. the triggers of sexual indiviuality and jelousy. The spiritual powers and how to evolve into the Mother Goddess Bond, that the listeners may also be able to release curses in your own mother daughter relationship! Bring one votice candle and a bowl of spring water if you want to participate energectically!
What to Expect at PreSchool?
What's Mom going to Do? Do I have to Share? Will I Make Friends? Where Do I Sit?
Now that we know YOU, What do YOU DO?
Parent, family and Friends start in Creating and Building moral character in children, so that they are responsible caring people using life lessons in teaching; humility, respect, honesty, courage and generosity.
Join Aunt Jewel Bedtime Stories on Sunday evening at 7:30 (EST) to get the Kids to bed Early. They & We need our Rest :)
Listen to Stories and Sing Songs with Co-host Starfish and You the audience. Tune in Children, Moms, Dads, Nana, Poppi and others.
Call in and be a part of the Aunt Jewel Bedtime SHOW.(914)338-0695.