• 01:01

    Essential Oils with Infants

    in Health

    doTerra Essential Oils can be used with infants and there are some unique ways to go about doing that.  Tonight we discuss ways to use oils with babies and small children for their benefit and yours.

  • 00:31

    Raising Peaceful Children: Listening to Infants & Young Children

    in Spirituality

    "Raising Peaceful Children" is a topic I'm very passionate.  It has been a central theme in my parenting and teaching for over four decades!  Over the next few weeks, I'll be sharing with you, various practices which are supportive to "Raising Peaceful Children".


    If you are important in the life of a child, I invite you to tune in. If inspired, call in and share an insight or a precious moment you shared with a child.


    PRACTICE 14:   Listening to Infants & Young Children:  Did you realize that you can actually have a conversation with an infant! Yes, an infant can be communicated with in any moment. Tune in to learn the "language" of the infant and young child.  F*R*E*E* eBook to anyone reading this and contacting me. Enjoy! 

  • 00:44

    ZERO TO THREE: What's on tap in 2015 for infants & toddlers

    in Education

    Considering the President's proposals regarding Child Care and Family Leave, we have invited Patty Cole Vp for Governmental Relations at Zero to Three for an update.

  • 02:00

    INFANTS & INTELLECTUALS: The difficulty they have with intensive treatment

    in Self Help

    Show Topic:  Don't let the show title fool you.  You have to read between the lines.  Who are the infants? Who are the intellectuals?.......and why do they both have difficulty with treatment and the recovery process? What needs to happen for either group to succeed? We'll discuss who they are, how they manifest themselves within the treatment setting, and how we can modify them to improve their chances for a successful recovery process.


    Show Segments:  Happy Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time

  • 01:58

    Papists Offend God by Baptizing Infants

    in Religion

    I related an experience with one Tony Koss, a Roman Catholic in the laboratory at Womack Army Hospital in 1973, who would not pray, and would not read Book of Mormon rebutting the Catholic doctrine of pergatory for un-baptized infants. Tony then heard an audible voice which converted him to the truth of my message.  I presented to him the following passage from the Book of Mormon which directly and positively shows that Roman Catholics are in danger of hell fire for perverting the right way of the Lord:


     10 Behold I say unto you that this thing shall ye teach--repentance and baptism unto those who are accountable and capable of committing sin; yea, teach parents that they must repent and be baptized, and humble themselves as their little children, and they shall all be saved with their little children.
     11 And their little children need no repentance, neither baptism. Behold, baptism is unto repentance to the fulfilling the commandments unto the remission of sins.
     12 But little children are alive in Christ, even from the foundation of the world; if not so, God is a partial God, and also a changeable God, and a respecter to persons; for how many little children have died without baptism!
     13 Wherefore, if little children could not be saved without baptism, these must have gone to an endless hell.
     14 Behold I say unto you, that he that supposeth that little children need baptism is in the gall of bitterness and in the bonds of iniquity; for he hath neither faith, hope, nor charity; wherefore, should he be cut off while in the thought, he must go down to hell.
     15 For awful is the wickedness to suppose that God saveth one child because of baptism, and the other must perish because he hath no baptism.
     16 Wo be unto them that shall pervert the ways of the Lord after this manner...


                (Moro  8:10-24)

  • 00:38

    Muscle and Sensory Development in Infants to Preschoolers

    in Family

     


    Movin' and Feelin'


    Motor skills involve the muscle movements your child makes. Sensory skills involve taking in information from environment like things we see, feel, and touch.


    Occupational Therapists are experts in the development and functioning of motor and sensory skills.


    Accomplished Occupational Therapist, Karen Katzman of "Manhattan East Associates, Pediatric Occupational Therapy" in New York City is our fantastic guest.


    She talks about what motor and sensory skills are, what abilities we should see in infants and children at various stages, and gives us super ideas to foster great development in all children.


    Thanks for tuning in.


    The Kids AtoZ Team.


    For more information visit:  http://www.manhattaneastot.com/home

  • 00:30

    The Leading Genetic Killer of Infants. What it is. How we can help.

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight on the Mommy Monday Show we continue to talk about the safety and health of our children with the help of an organization called "Hope For SMA".


    As one of my best friends just gave beirth hours ago to her 3rd healthy baby girl, I reflect with joy about my own pregnancy. My husband quickly snaps me out of it. My pregnancies, and the invetro process was not good at all. But when a woman finds out she has a possitive test result, "I'm pregnant!!", nothing can go wrong that day. 


    For my guest tonight, her family went through the elation of her daughter's pregnancy, and birth of her grand daughter, and then the heart-wrenching events that came to follow, that lead to eventually losing their precious baby girl.


    Hear their story. Find out what the #1 genetic killer of infants is. How to detect it. How you can help other families suffering. What we can all do to make sure we find a treatment and a cure.


    All links and websites mentioned in this interview will be posted in my blog for #iHeartMoms. 

  • 02:01

    Dr. Jeanne Stolzer - Infants, Toddlers and Psychotropic Drugs

    in Health

    Dr. Stolzer is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She currently teaches infant, child, and adolescent development classes and is an active researcher. Dr. Stolzer has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and has presented her research at the international level.  For over three decades, she has been a passionate child advocate. Dr. Stolzer’s research interests include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the meteoric rise of psychiatric diagnoses in child and adolescent populations, the deleterious effects of psychiatric drugs, the biocultural implications of attachment parenting, breastfeeding, the multivariational effects of labeling children, and challenging the existing medical model which seeks to pathologize normal-range child behaviors. Learn More about the dangers of Psychotropic drugs http://www.CCHR.ORG Citizens Commission on Human Rights 


    Want to be on this show? Contact me at 760-917-1251


     


     

  • 00:42

    Trust In The Lord Your God And He Will Never Let You Down! [9] (96)

    in Christianity

    This devotional Bible study scheduled for Thursday March 26, 2015 is based on Psalms 22:4 and Exodus 2 and it highlights how God saved the infants Moses from Pharaoh's murderous edict because his parents Amram and Jochebed dared to trust God!  By means of these Scriptures believers are encouraged to put their sole trust in God who promises never to leave them or forsake them!  E-mail us at manna4today14@gmail.com to receive daily outlines corresponding each Bible study.


    Please spread the word about this Christ-honoring, soul-inspiring radio program by telling your fellow church members, family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers about it!

  • 00:31

    Trust In The Lord Your God And He Will Never Let You Down! [8] (95)

    in Christianity

    This devotional Bible study scheduled for Wednesday March 25, 2015 is based on Psalms 22:4 and Exodus 1 and it highlights how God saved Israel's male infants from Pharaoh's murderous edict because two Hebrew women dared to trust God!  By means of these Scriptures, believers are encouraged to put their sole trust in God, who promises never to leave them or forsake them!


    E-mail us at manna4today14@gmail.com to receive daily outlines corresponding each Bible study.


    Please spread the word about this Christ-honoring, soul-inspiring radio program by telling your fellow church members, family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers about it!

  • 00:48

    "Family Talk Wednesday" Your Child Is Not Your “Friend”

    in Parents

    There is a purely emotional part of the parent/child relationship that is built on affection and esteem. Parents and children are genetically geared to love each other, and it’s a beautiful thing to behold.


    But there’s a stage where parenting becomes a functional role, not just an emotional role. With infants, the emotional role shows when a mother demonstrates her love by holding, talking and singing to the child. The functional role involves feeding, changing diapers and bathing the baby. One without the other is damaging for the child. So if she just loved that child but didn’t do the responsible functional things, that child would be at great risk and would be harmed and neglected. If she just took care of the functional things and didn’t show that child any love, it would have long term effects on the child’s emotional development. The emotional and functional parenting roles go hand in hand. It’s not healthy to emphasize one at the cost of the other.


    I think as kids grow older, the parent’s role becomes more functional and less emotional, which is a hard lesson for parents who want to be their child’s “best friend.” As parents, they may feel those emotions inside, but they really have to do more for their child functionally, and set limits with the child. Limit setting is a very healthy function. It’s how kids learn to figure out what’s safe and what’s not safe. What’s appropriate and what’s not appropriate. The functional role changes for parents as the child grows. With a one-year-old, it involves changing diapers. With an eight-year-old, the functional role involves getting homework done. With a fifteen-year-old, it involves enforcing a responsible curfew.

     

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