It's Thursday. This means it's time for another Mommy Talk Thursday. This is when I chat with you and either give you encouragement about a single topic, affirmations that will help you to be a real happy mom, or inspiration to help with this journey called motherhood. Today I want to remi
In this episode Jelena Basrak explains the philosophy of Montessori. We take a look at the ideas of that philosophy and how they can be applied to life at home with our children. As an intuitive parenting coach, Jelena using both Montessori and inner work to guide moms of young children to calm th
If you've always been skeptical about manifestation just like the old-me, do listen in with an open mind as I talked to Maii Vu, a manifestation coach in this episode of The Chill MomBoss. She shared: How she manifested a luxury car How to go from a scarcity mindset to seeing the world full of abun
Opposite words like big and small, thick and thin and night and day. Have fun learning simple words with your kids. "Ssshhh don't let them know they are learning while singing the song." :)Sir Herbert Sneakies copyright 2021 :) Thank you for listening & supporting the podcast. :) https://www.buymea
Episode 95: Dawn Veselka's Story of Raising a Child With Mixed Connective Tissue Disease In this episode, guest Dawn Veselka discusses her experience raising a daughter with a mixed connective tissue disorder. Her mix is juvenile arthritis, scleroderma, Raynaud’s and dermatomyositis. Sadie’s trigger
Listen Laugh & Learn Five Days a Week with Pinkie the Pig & Mildred the Cow ! This Episode: Helicopter Parent, Nervous Nellie, Worry Wart, Lawnmower Parent
Free Speech Victory, Dirty Water, Strawberry Moon, Hello Holidays, Sammy Goes Home and Laundry in Space!
Whether it’s nap time in the afternoon or bedtime at night, getting your child to sleep at any age can be a challenge. Today, we continue in our series of conversations that focus on the foundation of a Waldorf-inspired home life with Meagan Rose Wilson .Listen to learn about the importance of estab
You were not born to be like everyone else because God made you to stand out. Ginger Stache shares how taking small steps toward a life of big adventure leads to chasing wonder. Ginger Stache is a wife of thirty-six years to Time, mom to two beautiful daughters, and Gigi to their two grandchildren.
When an acorn strikes a blow onto Henny Penny’s head, she mistakenly fears the worst - that the whole sky is falling! As she waddles off to warn the farmyard, her fine-feathered friends join in the cautioning crusade. Will Henny ultimately lead them afoul? Or will her heightened sense for true dange
Since Music is a big part of my life I wanted to share a little bit of one of my favorite artist!
Event: Operation Tears Of the 22 Off the Hardball This event is to help veterans to reset mentally SIgn up Question of the week be Brotherhood of Men Why is the divorce rate so high, especially in Western countries, if love marriages work? Well, there are theories as to why. The number one resin
Today we continue this week’s series with Priya Parker, a conflict resolution expert who works to help people connect in more meaningful ways through being intentional in their gatherings. Today she explains how creating a common language around tension and conflict provides a fertile ground for gro
In this episode of Raising Fearless Girls: Phases of Fun in Motherhood Overindulging in particular phases What phase are you in now? Are you balancing your fun? Links from this Episode https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/permission-to-bring-the-summer-fun/id1092674204?i=1000523621177 www.sha
Ecologist & Illustrator Zev Labinger is on the #RWYK #Podcast to share his love for birds. Zev is the illustrator of How The Birds Became Friends. Zev became obsessed with nature and birds at age 11, and he has been studying and painting them ever since. He tells us how our interest in birds can hel
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Dennis opens with the old classic, When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bobbing Along. Dennis has a new job, and is determined to be the best telegram boy that he can be. He gets messages mixed up with good comic affect.
In the mixup, Dennis bets on a horse by accident. Once Dennis discovers what he has d
Now that the arrangements for the arrival of Bob Hope have been put into motion, there’s still a burning question that remains. Why is Bob Hope coming to Pine Ridge? Abner talks with grandpap about the arrangements, and the publicity agent, Mr hatstaff.
First, our heros expect a visit from Bo
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Hosted by Ernie Whitman. Jimmmy Lunceford plays a jazzy version of, Holiday for Strings.
Maxine Sullivan talks with Ernie, then reads requests and dedications from the mailbag. Maxine sings, Molly Malone.
Ernie lays the jive talk on thick as he ca
Nobody is perfect—you and your kids included. While I know this doesn’t come as a big surprise to you, intellectually, I also know that all too often parents choose to focus on their child’s imperfections instead of tending to their hearts.
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During the early elementary years, you want to accomplish three things with your science lessons. First, you want to cultivate within your child a sense of wonder at God's creation. Second, you want to help that child cultivate a habit of close observation, and third, you need to lay the ground work
Award-winning baker and writer Kate Lebo talks with Zibby about her new book of essays, The Book of Difficult Fruit. Part memoir, part history lesson, and featuring fantastic recipes, this alphabetic collection shows readers the relationships that can exist between fruits, medicines, and ourselves.
Paul Smith, author of Parenting with a Story.
Topic: Life lessons in character for parents and children to share.
Issues: Tell a young person what to do–play fair, be yourself, stick to the task at hand–and most will tune you out. But show them how choices and consequences play out in th