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Today our guests are sharing great information and advice for you and your family about the health of your college students; traveling with little ones; how to prevent and treat head lice; and blood cancers, such as leukemia and lymphoma.
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.
Quiet time for the kids? Need something soothing to help them calmly wake up or calmly head towards naptime or bedtime? Come with us and listen in as we tell tales of heart, adventure, fun exploration with characters to love!
Original song and stories told by Miss Jeannine Proulx weekly with the occasional talented storytellers and songwriters guests that kids love! Perfect for naptime or bedtime, these social and emotional heart felt stories are available live or on archived on demand listening for your child ages 2-10.
If children are inspired to draw pictures of the stories, with your permission they could be included in YouTube videos made from the stories! Check it out on the Heart Centered Stories website!
Come join in the fun and open your heart to Heart Centered Stories today!
Today's story and song focuses on Henriotta and the Sand Castle. Teaching lessons of perservernace, cooperation, heart and strength in adversity, Henriotta and the Sand Castle brings to life the difficulties with building our dreams and the trimpuh of heart when we accomplish that which we thought impossible!
This week's Melody Moment brought to you by The Melodies is "Choosing Love Instead" with A Love Song!
Well this show will be jam packed with information about group travel. Some people enjoy traveling in groups others don't. Why travel with a group, there are some benefits even if you don't know the people in the group. We'll discuss those benefits. The advantages and disadvantages of traveling in groups.
Group leaders, what are they, who are they, who would make a good group leader. What are the responsibilities of a group leader. There can be huge benefits for declaring yourself the group leader. You've probably been planning group trips anyway, get the perks.
What makes a group? How many people are considered a group? We'll talk about the different numbers based on travel suppliers and partners in the industry.
And of course how to find a group. You are a part of groups throughout your life that can turn into a travel group.
So listen in as we define this fun way to travel with benefits!
Travel Trends, Travel News, The Travelers Club Meetup Group activities, and other fun discussions on this episode of It's Travel Time with Karen
According to the National Military Family Association, "children of the National Guard and Reserve members face unique challenges since there are no military installations for them to utilize." Our Military Kids, Inc. pays special attention to those children, advocating to ensure stability and success in their lives. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is focused on children of deployed National Guard and Reserve service members, as well as children of Wounded and Fallen Warriors from all branches of service.
Linda Davidson and Gail Kruzel founded Our Military Kids in 2004 out of concern for school-age children of Reserve and National Guard members and the lack of family support services. With the sacrifice of being apart for months at a time, they observed families so financially stretched that they couldn't afford fees for sports, fine arts, and tutoring.
Filled with compassion, Linda and Gail laid the groundwork to obtain grants to pay the associated fees to help relieve separation stress and improve emotional stability, while building self-esteem and enabling academic achievement. Grants from Our Military Kids are made possible by generous contributions from corporations, charitable foundations, and individuals. The hard work and commitment of volunteers is the backbone of the non-profit, translating into more grant money available to children of deployed National Guardsmen and Reservists, as well as Wounded Warriors. With a Charity Navigator score of 100 for accountability and transparency, mass media interest is no surprise.
The exemplary work of Our Military Kids has been featured in Huffington Post Impact, Stars and Stripes, New York Post, Parade Magazine, Washington Post, Fox and Friends, ABC News, and countless others. Join us to peruse their 10-year history of going above and beyond for Our Military Kids.
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Children raised in Christian homes are almost always surrounded by beautiful and inspiring tales hand-picked by parents for bedtime. They're inspired by Jesus' miracles. They learn about Zacchaeus and the sycamore tree. They sing about Joshua and the walls of Jericho. They read the joyous tale of Noah's Ark and the boat filled with (often colorfully-drawn) animals.
In this podcast, we talk with Joey Kirkman, co-author of "Bedtime Bible Stories," about the darker tales of scripture and his recent book (complete with parental advisory label), and we take your calls and emails on the bible tales that might just keep Christian children wide awake with terror when the lights go out.
Bedtime Bible Stories website: http://www.bedtimebiblestories.com
Ed Suominen: Jehu's Jihad http://blog.edsuom.com/p/jehus-jihad.html
With all medical procedures there are risks and benefits. Vaccinations are unique in that there is a massive infrastructure in place making our population feel that vaccines are required to go to school and that is NOT True! There are vaccine exemptions in every state.
Your quality of life depends on the quality of questions you ask. What is the risk of the disease vs the risk of the effects of the vaccination. We are all unique in our genetic make-up so we will all have a unique response to every medical procedure in cluding vaccinations.
Currently vaccines on the standard recommended schedule are unique in that if there is a negative reaction like autism, cancer, or brain damage, you can't sue the doctor or the manufacturer for damages, they are exempt from any prosecution, the government set up a special court to handle only vaccine damage.
Don't miss this life saving episode!
Learning to speak is one of the most important and complicated things your child will ever do.
On today's show, we'll talk with Dr. Michelle MacRoy Higgins about speech-language development and "Late Talkers"
We'll talk about what often surprises parents to learn about how children begin talking, what influences how children learn to understand and use words, and ways to foster great development.
Dr. MacRoy-Higgins is a professor at in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at Hunter College in New York. You can learn more about her research at the link below.
We hope you enjoy the show,
The Kids AtoZ Team
Do you use Time-out in your home to manage the kids? If so, do you find it effective? How do your children react to being put into time out? Do they go willingly or do you struggle?
If you use Time-out in your home this is not an interview to miss.
Dr Rosina takes you through the latest research on the benefits and harms of Time-out for children. and Alternatives to time out to help children learn to manage their emotions and actions to navigate the world happily and safely
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If you want to know more about how to help your children develop key life skills like good self esteem and you’d like some sound positive parenting advice
Download my free parenting guide at www.Dr Rosina.com
What is depression? Why does it affect us? Most of us suffer a least a bout of depression throughout our lives, and in same cases the consequences can be devastating.
Mood changes, low self-esteem, feelings of worthlessness and sense of loss and doom plague those that suffer it, and even, in severe cases, suicide thoughts and attempts.
Depression affects each individual differently and not even doctors are very clear what the causes may be. In same cases it maybe loss and devastation, familial tendencies and alcohol or drug abuse; but sometimes even boredom and frustration may set somebody off. Anybody is susceptible to it, any of us may suffer from it.
Whatever the cause, the important part is to get over depression and never to fall back in to it again. Different individuals take different approaches, from medication and therapy, to heavy exercise, hypnosis, traveling or change of lifestyle.
My guest this week, Tameika McPhaul, decided that she was going to help herself. She realized that glamour could help her get her confidence back, and she set to work on herself and make the best of her life. The plan worked for her and she got back on her feet. She is happy now and wanting to share her success. She has written a book and is helping other women overcome their blues.
Please join us Tuesday September 16th at 8PM PST for a chat about overcoming depression and staying happy and healthy.
What is your opinion? Do you really feel that you're ready to do the following for the next 20 years of your life? Wake up at 7am. Leave your house at 8am. Get to work at 9am. Get off of work at 6pm. Run errands until 7pm. Get home at 8pm. Say hello to your kids/spouse, eat dinner until 9pm. Get things prepared for the next day until 10pm. Go to bed at 11pm or 12am. And you do this for 5 or 6 days a week, 50 or 51 weeks a year (depending on how much vacation time you have). Here is the better question, is the money that you make on your paycheck worth this for the next 20 years?
I will be talking about this in different aspects. Not looking for callers, but if I get some I'll be glad to hear what you have to say.
Welcome to the brand-new Positively Autistic radio show, Autism, God's Bright Kids! Dana Susan Beasley, a homeschooling mother of an Asperger teen and wife to an Aspie husband, will be your host starting Monday, September 15 and repeating weekly at this time spot.
Today, we will hear from co-founder Joe Westlake, co-founder of Positively Autistic. We will also be joined by Annie Eskeldson, author of Ashi's Gift and homeschooling mother to two Autistic children. She will be sharing about the beautiful book she wrote, the challenges she faces homeschooling two Autistic children, and her out-of-the-box therapy ideas that can be done by a parent at home.
Dana is the owner of AngelArts, a Creative Arts Agency and Publishing House. Seven years ago, she discovered that her son and husband both have Aspergers. It's opened up a whole new world for her and her family. Yes, there are incredible challenges, but she chooses to see how God has blessed her family through it.
Her son created a painting that became an inspiration for her Autism Awareness product line, Autism: God's Bright Kids. She also is publishing a book called "Angels in the Midst: Rising Above Autism and Aspergers," a collection of stories, poetry, videos, and artwork about how God uses ordinary people in the challenge of living with Autism and how He works in the midst of it. She is looking for submissions, sponsors, and nonprofits to give a portion of the revenue to. The book is due out in April 2015.
Dana welcomes callers who want to tell stories about how God used ordinary people in the midst of their challenges and how God is working in the midst of living with Autism, as a parent or as one affected.