Do you want a beautiful and funtional home? Do you think you can't have one because you have little kiddos? Finishing up our theme on “Home” for the month of June are Amerey and Kathleen. They offers some practical tips for maintaining your home with littles as well as some real life stories of when everything goes wrong. Grab a cup of coffee and join these lovely ladies!
Have you brought a child home through foster care or adoption? Or are you just beginning the foster/adopt journey and want to make sure kiddos feel welcome in your home? Then this episode is for you!
Continuing our theme of “home” for the month of June - Kathleen and Kristin share ten tips on how your adopted/foster kiddos can feel welcome in your home. The Whole House Adoption/Foster Care support group added their two cents as well and those suggestions were read on air as well! Grab a cup of coffee and join these lovely ladies!
When you are designing your home/apartment, what do you start with first? Color? Furniture? Style? Join Kathleen and special guest, Tessa Allen, Kathleen's sister-in-law, as they talk about design mistakes (Kathleen's blue couch), figuring out what works, choosing colors and used furniture finds. Tessa shares some of her design background, including her job as a junior designer for U.S. Embassies! Grab a cup of coffee and join these lovely ladies!
Kathleen and special guest Brandi Panson kick off the June topic of "Home" with a fun conversation. Brandi shares what she learned through a major remodel including tips such as: begin with the end in mind, color tones matter and make the atmosphere of your design feel peaceful. Those are just for starters! Ready to tackle a home project this summer and don’t know where to start? Grab a cup of coffee and join these ladies to get your creative juices flowing. We’d love to hear about your latest project! Comment below and please share photos!
How do you get your kids outside during the summer season and away from screens? How do you enjoy your summer living/eating on a tight budget? You don't have to go Disney World to get outside. There are so many free ways to enjoy the great outdoors! Graba cup of coffee and join Kathleen and Amerey as they share tips, stories and go down a few rabbit holes!
Lori and Kathleen talk about Healthy Summer living with a capital letter syndrome. Whether you’re an adult with a capital letter syndrome or have a child with one, summer means change. There are some healthy ways to cope with the changes summer brings.
Keep a Schedule
The Power of Habit
S.A.F.E.- Sensory-motor, Appropriate, Fun, and Easy
Kids need to feel safe to enjoy learning and play.
“The brain needs safety and involvement for positive learning experiences. If little children are not motivated to learn, check how safe they feel.” - James M. Healy, Ph.D., author, and educator
Grab a cup of coffee and join these ladies as they share tips and personal stories!
Jessica and Kathleen share the importance of getting outdoors as a family. Not only is it bonding time for families but the younger you get your kids outside the better. Kids are developing sensory issues because they don’t have playtime outdoors. Not that this is the case for every kid, but it is more common. Jessica shares some important science about vitamin D and the benefits of sunshine. You don’t want to miss this episode. Grab a cup of coffee, go sit on the deck, and join these ladies as they share some practical tips as well as science.
Summer is almost here! It's a great time to relax and spend time with your family! But there's a catch, we Moms can fill our kids' schedules with day camps, sports, and activities that keep us running from one thing to the next. That's a recipe for stress. What's the anitdote? Grab a cup of coffee and join Jessica and Kathleen as they share some practical tips for managing Mom stress!
Have ever helped someone through the door who has a crutch? Or made provisions for a child in a wheelchair? What about kiddos who have a capital letter syndrome such as SPD, FAS, ADD, ADHD,or who are on the spectrum. When you see these kiddos who don't have the ability to self-regulate, do you make accomodations for them? Or do you silently judge them for misbehaving or think their parent need to step up their game. Maybe you have a kiddo with a capital letter syndrome and you just wish people could treat him/her like a human. Grab a cup of coffee and join Kathleen and Lori for this special episode - Kids with Captial Letter Syndromes are people too!
Have you had an abortion and never told anyone? Have you been suffering the shame and guilt of being a post abortive woman? Then this is for you. Special guest Ashley Sigrest joins Kathleen to talk about her journey from abortion to the road to healing. Grab a cup of coffee, some tissues and join these two for this much-needed discussion.