Mom Talk Radio is the first radio talk show dedicated to real-life moms. Our weekly radio show features news, guests and topics of interest to moms
Starting Baby On Solids
This week on Mom Talk Radio Guest host Michelle Jerson talks to Joseph Nuñez, from Club Med about the family property, Club Med Sandpiper Bay. Marshall Stevenson, owner of The New York Beer and Brewery Tour shares what it's like being a dad to a toddler in NYC. Maria Bailey talks to Beech-Nut Baby Food Ambassador, Erin Hill about getting babies started on solids. Andrea Khoury of Housewives in the City chats about entrepreneurship and being a mom.
The Nanny Manual
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Sarah Clark, author of Fabulously Fertile – Superchard Your Fertility Naturally, Fabulously Fertile Cookbook, Fertility Preparation Program, and host of the Get Pregnant Naturally Podcast, shares tips for improving your fertility with food. Spotlight on Moms features Francielle Daly of FullTimeMom.com. Alyce Desrosiers, clinical social worker, founder of Chirp Connecting Families and Nannies, and author of The Nanny Manual, shares tips for finding a nanny right for your family. Omari Crump, Sr., author and illustrator, talks starting businesses with your kids. Ann Marie Buerkle, acting chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, shares tips for summertime pool safety.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Debbie Rebber, author of Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World, shares her experience and tips for raising “Differently Wired” kids. Spotlight on Moms features Eloise Gagnon of LideByEloise.com. Meg Maguire, author of Perfectly Maggie®: A Sleepytime Story, shares how parents can enrich their children’s self-esteem with Perfectly Maggie. Mindfulness expert and author of Life Falls Apart, but You Don’t Have To: Mindful Methods for Staying Calm In the Midst of Chaos, Julie Potiker, shares tips for “unhooking” parenting. Sarah Walters from Greater’s Ice Cream, shares tips for celebrating National Ice Cream Month.
The Motherhood Affidavits
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Laura Jean Baker, author of The Motherhood Affidavits, shares her experiences in motherhood and addiction to childbearing. Spotlight on Moms features Ruthy Kirwan of PercolateKitchen.com. Dr. Mike Scheeringa, author of They’ll Never Be The Same: A Parent’s Guide to PTSD in Youth and Treating PTSD in Preschoolers: A Clinical Guide, shares what adults in children’s lives need to know about PTSD. Rhonda Nelson, wife of Lead Singer/Bassist Wayne Nelson of Little River Band, talks the importance of teaching your children to respect the ocean and preventing plastic polution. Scott Weatherford, Director of Safety and Compliance at Blossman Gas, shares safety tips for summer grilling.
Bullying After the Bell Rings
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Linda Rivard, creator of Pediatric Oncology Survivors in Transition (P.O.S.T.), shares late effects that childhood cancer survivors may face. Spotlight on Moms features Ivy Boyter of SAHMPlus.com. Titania Jordan, Chief Parenting Officer at Bark.us, talks dangerous text slang parents should know, secret apps your kids might be using, and more. Chris Harris, author of I’m Just No Good At Rhyming: And Other Nonsense for Mischievous Kids and Immature Grown-Ups, shares how he went from television writer to poetry author. Dr. Tanya Altmann, best-selling author and leading pediatrician, shares why we’re seeing an increase of allergies and asthma among children today and tips for promoting gut health.
Kids and Tech
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Maria Lianos-Carbone, author of Oh Baby! A Mom’s Self-Care Survival Guide for the First Year, shares the importance of self-care and managing mom pressures. Spotlight on Moms features Jennifer Buteau of FoodAllergyBuzz.com. Whitney Ellenby, author of Autism Uncensored, shares how a community can truly support those impacted by autism. Timolin Langin, author of Mind Over Money: How to Live Like a Millionaire on Any Budget, shares why parents should change their spending habits for their children. Hilarie Gamm, author of Billions Lost: The American Tech Crisis and The Road Map to Change, shares why it is unwise to view any social media network as a “safe place.”
Religious yes... but not too much
As an enthusiastic athiest, working mother I still listen to this show. Why? Because there are not many places that I can listen for information about juggling entrprenural efforts and my family.
This show is informative, yes she mentions god, yes I roll my eyes when I hear it. At the same time I am reflecting about time management, the importance of physical fitness and ideas of how to be more involved with my kid, books I may find interesting, and websites that may provide resources.
Maria, if you read these things, please do tone it down with the God stuff because the meat of your show is so good.
Such a great range of topics!
I love the range of topics from nannies to mindset. I especially loved the episodes on importance of preschool - that instantly replaced my mom guilt with knowledge that it’s the best choice - and also the boy crisis. As the mom of three boys, this awareness is key. Thanks for great resources!
Interesting Guests Each Week
Maria and Mary have interesting guests on each week. I love hearing from experts and other moms. Worth checking out!