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We get it. Being a mom is full-on and full-time. Equal parts FUN and WTF. Our kids don’t come with instructions, and it’s ok if we don’t have all the answers. We’ll figure it out together. The best advice comes from our favorite experts and doctors, trusted mom friends, and learning on the job. Get your coffee — or wine! — and tune in to hear us spill it all. We got this. This is MOM BRAIN with Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz.

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We get it. Being a mom is full-on and full-time. Equal parts FUN and WTF. Our kids don’t come with instructions, and it’s ok if we don’t have all the answers. We’ll figure it out together. The best advice comes from our favorite experts and doctors, trusted mom friends, and learning on the job. Get your coffee — or wine! — and tune in to hear us spill it all. We got this. This is MOM BRAIN with Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz.

    Prepping For All That Comes Postpartum With Dr. Alyssa Berlin

    Prepping For All That Comes Postpartum With Dr. Alyssa Berlin

    Having a baby is an extraordinary time of change, both physical and psychological. In this episode of Mom Brain, we talk about the latter – what to expect and how to prepare for the addition of a baby to your life. Not only is Dr. Alyssa Berlin a mother of four, but she is also a clinical psychologist who specializes in pregnancy, postpartum and parenting. Alyssa is also the creator of The AfterBirth Plan Workshop, a program helping couples prepare for the challenges that come with raising a newborn. She believes these postpartum challenges are actually predictable and preventable – or at least addressable.




    Alyssa, Hilaria and Daphne have a wide ranging conversation that focuses on postpartum and perinatal anxiety disorders (PMADs) and how they differ from the "baby blues." She also discusses how partners can keep their relationship alive while raising children. Maybe putting sex on the calendar isn't such a bad idea after all!




    Favorite Things:

    Hilaria: K9 Granola Factory Green Bean Chips Dog Treats

    Daphne: Apple Park organic toys 

    Alyssa: Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts: A Healing Guide to the Secret Fears of New Mothers by Karen Kleiman




    Email us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.




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    • 44 min
    Understanding Bipolar Disorder In Children With Julie Fast

    Understanding Bipolar Disorder In Children With Julie Fast

    Julie A. Fast is not only a bipolar expert, a national speaker, and author, she also has lived with bipolar disorder since she was a teenager. Julie is the author of numerous books including 2004's Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder. She was a consultant for Claire Danes on the Showtime series Homeland, as her character Carrie Mathison suffered from severe Bipolar disorder. As a family and partner coach, Julie has incredibly specific systems when it comes to dealing with bipolar disorder in children and/or living with someone suffering from Bipolar. She is a nationally recognized expert in mental health.

    In this fascinating episode, Julie defines bipolar disorder and discusses her systems of helping families deal with the illness. She talks about empathy training, charting, and treatments. Julie impresses Hilaria and Daphne with her command of the issue and her eloquence. This is an important episode whether or not bipolar is in your family.

    Favorite Things:

    Hilaria: Dazzle Dry Nail Polish

    Daphne: Bjornqorn Popcorn

    Julie: Being with Her Nephew




    Email us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.

    • 54 min
    Finding Order In The Chaos with Julie Morgenstern!

    Finding Order In The Chaos with Julie Morgenstern!

    Julie Morgenstern is an organization and productivity expert. She is the author of several New York Times bestselling books including, "Time to Parent: Organizing Your Life to Bring Out the Best in Your Child and You" and "Organizing from the Inside Out." For over 30 years Julie has helped people, companies and most importantly PARENTS, overcome disorganization to achieve their goals by designing “Inside Out” systems of time and space that feel natural, and easy to maintain. Be sure to check out her latest book "Time To Parent" which is out now.

    In this episode, Julie talks about becoming organized after she became a parent, and the benefits of being organized. The goal being organization helps you be present with your kids. Plus, how we can teach our children organization skills at a very young age! She provides tons of insight on being organized with parenting, your home and everything else in your life. 

    Favorite Things:

    Daphne: Sliced Tiger Nuts 

    Hilaria: Nexel Wire Shelf

    Julie: The Sleep Cycle App

    Email us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel! We also invite you to become a member of Mom Brain's official Facebook Group.

    • 51 min
    Babies, Backgammon, and Turning Hobbies into Businesses with Haylie Duff

    Babies, Backgammon, and Turning Hobbies into Businesses with Haylie Duff

    Haylie Duff is an actress and singer you know from countless movies and tv shows. She was in the cult classic, “Napoleon Dynamite” and the series “7th Heaven” and “Lizzie McGuire”. She has a cooking blog, RealGirlsKitchen.com, and is the author of the cookbook The Real Girl's Kitchen. She is the co-founder of Little Moon Society, an ethically produced children and women’s clothing company. If that's not enough Haylie is the proud mama of two beautiful daughters, Ryan and Lulu.

    Haylie tells Hilaria and Daphne about how she implements some of her favorite lessons from her childhood into her home and how she turned her hobbies into businesses. She discusses getting her picky eaters to try new foods, and tells a particularly good fish story. Be sure to stick around until the end to hear the true or false game!

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    Favorite Things:

    Hilaria: Kosas Beauty Tinted Face Oil Foundation

    Daphne: Little Moon Society Children's Clothes

    Haylie: Spades and Backgammon




    Email us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel!

    • 35 min
    Talking Women's Birth Rights With Sara Ojjeh

    Talking Women's Birth Rights With Sara Ojjeh

    Sara Ojjeh wants you to have the birth you want to have. She's a trained birth doula, birth rights activist, philanthropist and mom of three young boys. After supporting her sister-in-law during her labor, Sara got the idea to go all in and become a doula. She has also become an activist focusing on women's birth rights here in the US. Sara is a producer for the upcoming documentary film "Born Free," which tackles maternal mortality in the U.S. 

    In this episode, Sara discusses how it's the right of every woman to choose how she wants to deliver her baby, but in the U.S. it is not that simple. Many women face an uphill battle if they want something other than what insurance covers (or God forbid, they don't have insurance). Her documentary “Born Free” sheds light on some eye opening facts – like how in the U.S., the number of maternal deaths per 100,000 births between 1995 and 2015 has risen by 30% – or that black mothers in the U.S. are 4 times more likely to die of childbirth complications than white mothers.

    Together with Hilaria and Daphne, they discuss Sara's choice of home birth and what it's like to give birth to twins. Plus, they talk about maternity mortality rates and how the U.S. can do better when it comes to how we treat mothers in labor. A great resource for expectant moms to be informed is childbirthconnections.org.




    Favorite Things:

    Hilaria: Orgain Organic Protein Powder

    Daphne: Tangle Teezer

    Sara: iPhone Bedtime Setting




    Email us with your questions at mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel!

    • 47 min
    You Asked We Answered - Mom Mail #6 (How Do I Spice Up My Marriage After Having Kids???)

    You Asked We Answered - Mom Mail #6 (How Do I Spice Up My Marriage After Having Kids???)

    The Mom Brain email is overflowing, and that means it's time for another episode of Mom Mail. We answer all the questions on the minds of our Mom Brain tribe. Hilaria and Daphne delve into all kinds of topics, including postpartum fitness, organization, sex and romance in the aftermath of babies. There's a lot to go over, and we've got you covered!




    Topics Covered:Getting fit post laborWhere to store all those photos of the kids on your phoneBaby proofing the houseOrganizing the chaos of toysKeeping romance alive after having kids


    Products Mentioned:Paz Wean Post Belly Band Postpartum Recovery Belt Storage OttomansOutlet Plug CoversPottery Barn Cameron 6 Cubby & 3 Drawer Base Storage System


    Keep those emails coming to mombrainpod@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram, just search for @MomBrain. We answer a lot of your questions on there! Check out videos of our episodes on our new YouTube channel!

    • 46 min

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