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On this podcast pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize from www.teachmetotalk.com will discuss CUTE therapy ideas for fall for toddlers and young preschoolers.
Join Intuitive Mom Ann O'Brien as she interviews Brooke Kochel about the more spiritual, less talked about aspects of breastfeeding. Breastfeeding produces amazing love hormones, balances the chakras, and forms a sacred bond between mother and child. It also impacts sex and family life, and can bring up struggles for the everyday mom. We'll also cover topics such as social expectations, nursing in public, breastfeeding and weaning older children, transitioning to nutritional foods, and even breastmilk ice cream!
Brooke Kochel is the owner of Bendi Baby which makes yoga mats for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. She holds a Masters Degree in Child Development and is a yoga teacher trained under Shiva Rea. Named Best Midwife & Best Doula by Dallas Child Magazine, she's taught mindful birth, breastfeeding and parenting to hundreds of mamas in the last 13 years. She's passionate about natural family living and promoting spiritual motherhood.
For more on Brooke and her Bendi Baby yoga mats visit www.bendibaby.com
Join Dr. Henry today on Phase 3 Wellness for another informative and interesting show.
The Week In Natural News Review Segment
Dr. Henry talks about the ability to grow new brain cells just by exercising. Dr. Henry discusses actual scientific evidence that supports this position… and it is certainly one of the laws of health that he so often talks about on the show. Dr. Henry will also discuss 9 amazing super foods that are good for babies and toddlers.
Listen to find out how giving children Tylenol can lead to them developing Asthma.
Finally in the first segment Dr. Henry discusses research that shows how nutritional supplements can cut hospital readmission rates.
Healing Foods Segment
In the popular healing food segment Dr. Henry discusses some of the amazing benefits of the banana that you may not be aware of.
Healing Herb/Supplement In this final segment Dr. Henry begins a discussion on the benefits of Siberian Ginseng. This amazing herbal supplement has been credited with many benefits, and Dr. Henry discusses many of these. Be sure to listen for these hot topics and much much more exciting and informative information!!
Bored of giving your kids the same old foods? Not sure how to make healthy food that they'll actually eat? Curious about raw foods and superfoods, but not sure where to start?
Join Intuitive Mom, Ann O'Brien, and special guest Janabai Amsden and walk away with delicious new ideas for healthy baby food!
Janabai Amsden is president and co-founder of Rawvolution, a raw, organic cafe and juicery in Santa Monica. She is also co-author of the recently published book 'The Rawvolution Continues'. Janabai has spoken extensively on nutrition, cleansing and wellness and is a leader in green business and socially conscious entrepreneurship. She is the mother of twin boys and daily designs menus for them combining raw, organic, whole foods and Superfoods to support optimal health.
For more on Janabai and Rawvolution visit http://www.elrcafe.com
in Self Help
What keeps you from having the life you want to be living?
Is Stress and Anxiety limiting you? Stopping you from experiencing joy?
Our guest Kelly Morganthalar is a free lance early child care provider and nanny. She shares her experiences with effective stress management using the quantum technologies. Interacting with babies and toddlers as a full time occupation has its own set of intense moments, stress and sudden chaos requiring a cool head and a calm composure..
Learn how Kelly overcame the effects stress was having on her life by opening up to energy medicine as a tool for true stress management.
Relief from anxiety from prescription medicine is just not an option for this alert and inspirational young woman. Listen to her story of her personal quantum journey.
Is quantum biofeedback the solution you have been searching for?
About the book - In a marketplace flooded with "princess" paradigms that are all about getting married and dressing up, this refreshing story shows how the lives of good friends Kinney, Oceana, and Sammie change forever when they stumble upon a mysterious bag with magical tiaras inside. Placing the tiaras upon their heads, they transform from regular girls into Super Duper Princess Heroes! Their new powers, however, come with strings attached: to keep the magic going, the girls need to help others, work together as a team, and always be humble about their abilities. Can these awesome girls rise to the challenge and help save the world? Through fun and adventure, the story of the Super Duper Princess Heroes conveys positive messages to young girls about independence, strength, teamwork, and responsibility, demonstrating how some princesses might have higher aspirations than wearing fancy gowns and glittering jewelry.About the author - Sanjay Nambiar is a freelance copywriter in Los Angeles. He is the author of "Maybe (A Little Zen for Little Ones)," for which he won a Mom's Choice Silver Medal Award and a Gelett Burgess Gold Medal Award, as well as the award-winning "Remember the Stars" and "Still There?". He graduated from U.C. Berkeley, with degrees in Economics and Neurobiology, and earned an M.B.A. from UCLA.
Family Matters is just that. Nothing is more important than family and if it matters we reach out to it. Join T. Carter as she reaches into the minds and hearts of the family and everything that goes with it. Adoption, birth, teens, youths, toddlers, parents, baby mommas and baby daddies...
Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it – or to not repeat the parts that should be. We’re in a solemn hour in the cause of freedom, and yes, we’re only ever one generation away from losing it. Allan Bourdius of the Their Finest Hour blog (theirfinesthour.blogspot.com) brings his conservative/libertarian fusion (“conservatarian”) perspective to the events of the day and contextualizes them with facts and history to arm the forces of liberty to better our communities and our society, open eyes, and win converts – so that one day our children, still with freedom intact, can look back and say of us, their parents: “This was their finest hour.”
Tonight: The country’s in the hands of toddlers, at least if you pay attention to the drivel coming from the left. They must have their way, or else! Listen tonight as Allan discusses shutdown, and the debt-ceiling with Twitter’s favorite anarcho-capitalist – Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl). There probably will some talk about bacon, coffee, and potatoes. (Yes, you’ll have to tune in to find out why taters are important!)
Join Laura Mize, pediatric speech-language pathologist from www.teachmetotalk.com as she interviews Shareka Bentham, SLP, who recently set up and ran a week-long intervention program for preschoolers with autism. We'll discuss what worked, what she will do differently next time, and all of the other lessons she learned from her project! Join us for a great show!!
Adopting a toddler is NOT the same as adopting an infant or adopting a school aged child. As the waiting times for international adoption increase more families are adopting older babies and toddlers. Foster care adoptions are also increasing and families are facing the unique issues associated with adopting children between the ages of 1 and 4. Join our guest Mary Hopkins-Best, author of Toddler Adoption: The Weaver’s Craft, to learn about the rewards and challenges of adopting a toddler., and tips for easiing their transition into your home. This is a re-aring of a classic Creating a Family show from 2008. Enjoy. toddler adoption, adopting a 2 year old, adopting a 3 year old, special need adoption, waiting times for adoption.
Family Matters is just that. Nothing is more important than family and if it matters we reach out to it. Join T. Carter as she reaches into the minds and hearts of the family and everything that goes with it. Adoption, birth, teens, youths, toddlers, parents, baby mommas and baby daddies... Tonight we will discuss the Broken Family, what part we as adults play in the life of our children outside of the home and family enviornment .
In today's podcast Laura Mize, pediatric speech-language pathologist and author of www.teachmetotalk.com will be speaking with Maria Del Duca, speech-language pathologist, from www.communicationstationspeech.com about a great post she wrote on toddler aggression. Guess what... some negativity with others, whether it be peers, siblings, and even parents, is totally expected in this developmental period. We'll be looking at what's considered "normal" and we'll also discuss the red flags that tell us a toddler's behaviors are outside the realm of what's expected. We'll also discuss tips for handling aggressive behaviors for parents and for therapist. I hope you'll join us!!