Our Mommy Talk Show guests reflected back on what it was like to be pregnant and deliver their children. In this video Karen Brown talks about feeling very little pain and not knowing she was in labor. While Maran Baran enjoyed her delivery experience at an alternate birthing center inside a hospital. Come back Monday […]
Think about something you need to buy for your child. Maybe it’s a lightweight stroller, book bag or spring jacket.
Wouldn’t you like to buy them at a discounted price?
Buying used items from a consignment sale helps your wallet (items are priced low) and the environment (the previous owner doesn’t have to throw them away). Consignment and second hand stores are great ways to find deals.
This week in Atlanta, Georgia shoppers can find lots of great deals at the Kids’ Market. It’s Wednesday, February 9 through Friday, February 11 at Druid Hills United Methodist Church and it benefits Morningside Day Out. Here’s a preview of what you can find there:
I heard my husband chuckle during the Superbowl when an ad featuring a “Little Darth Vader” came on-screen. I thought it was cute too. Little did we know the star, 6 year old Max Page, was a relatively new actor who was born with a heart defect. In fact, his mom told the Today show that he has a pacemaker and occasionally needs to go to the hospital.
The lesson Max can teach parents of children with serious medical conditions and disabilities is not to hold them back or underestimate what they can do physically.
I’ve shared in the “Chiropractic care can benefit expectant moms and newborns” how much relief I saw from being adjusted by Dr. April Warhola while I was pregnant with A.J. That’s one of the reasons why I asked her to be a location sponsor for the Mommy Talk Show premiere. Aside from an easier pregnancy […]
Our Mommy Talk Show guests are a mix of working and stay at home moms, but they share a common feeling: MOMMY GUILT!
We discussed if working from home can be “the best of both worlds” and relieve the guilt. The short answer is NO. The longer answer and our opinions is in this webisode:
Diane always thought she would be a stay at home mom. Instead, she’s working full-time and running a small business.
Karen is dealing with a new job and a longer commute. Thankfully, her husband has stepped up and taken on more of the child care duties.
Maran recalls trying to work from home when her daughter was younger was extremely challenging.