show episodes
 
*NEW for 2011* Beginning January 17, 2011, the Ask MomRN Show is now part of The FlyLady Network! Please visit http://blogtalkradio.com/flylady to listen to the show & chat with us in the chat room. All episodes prior to January 17, 2011 are still available on this page for listening on demand and/or download as a podcast. Thanks for your support! Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help y ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
According to the National Fire Protection Association, your family has a 1 in 4 chance of having a fire in your home. And there is a 1 in 10 chance one of your family members could suffer injuries caused by a home fire. Would you know what to do to protect your family from a house fire? In this episode, Tamara Walker, registered nurse and safety in…
 
Singer, actor, author, and all-around entertainer Sam Harris recently released a powerful and fun song called, “Don’t Yuk My Yum”, which is all about empowerment and standing up for yourself, especially against bullying and peer pressure. The song was inspired by his son and it has sparked a creative video featuring over 70 people from all walks of…
 
We are well into the holiday season! Are you having fun? Or, are you experiencing the additional overwhelming stress that can make this time of year more “Bah humbug!” than “Happy Holidays!”? In this episode I share several tips for managing the extra stress and overwhelm the holidays can bring so you and your family can enjoy this season with more…
 
As your kids grow, they will have many different interests and some of those may develop into passions your children may want to pursue further. As a mom, it is your job to support their interests and to nurture their passions to help them discover their talents. Tamara Walker welcomes a mother-daughter duo who have transformed a child’s interest i…
 
The holidays are here and it’s one of my favorite seasons! However, it’s also a time when many of us find ourselves battling colds, flu bugs, and other illnesses. We all want to enjoy our holiday season but having a sick kid can make it a miserable time of year instead of a happy, jolly time. In this episode, Tamara Walker, RN, shares several tips …
 
The holidays is a season of giving and the perfect time to teach your child about the importance and joy of giving. You can use this time to help your kid develop a spirit of giving that will grow with your child year-round. In this episode, Tamara shares several ways you can teach your kids about giving of their time, talent, and gifts to make a d…
 
It is the season of thankfulness when we talk about being grateful but do your kids really understand what it means to be truly thankful? Children are not born knowing how to express gratitude. They need to be taught and to see their role models demonstrate acts of gratefulness. In this episode, Tamara shares a few easy ways you can instill an atti…
 
Flu season is upon us and if you’ve ever had it, you KNOW how miserable it can be! For kids, it can be even worse! Every year, millions of people in the United States get sick with influenza. Unfortunately, for over 30,000 people each year, the flu becomes a fatal illness. But the good news is, there are things you can do to protect your family thi…
 
Almost 6 million U.S. children have a food allergy – that’s equivalent to two kids in every classroom! So, what does this mean for parents who are introducing little ones to solid foods and approaching potential allergens? In this episode, Tamara is joined by Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, leading pediatrician, author, and Before Brands Chief Medical Offic…
 
Host of The Real and star of the hit television series Sister, Sister, Tamera Mowry-Housley has juggled the demands of a busy career since childhood. In her personal life, Tamera is also a married mom of two young children. Part of that role includes dealing with the pressure of making sure her children are meeting certain developmental milestones.…
 
We’ve all asked our children the age old question- ”What do you want to be when you grow up?” What if the answer is a job that may not actually exist when they enter the workforce? A new study from education company Pearson reveals that by the time the kindergartners of today start work, jobs are going to be a lot different. Parents and students ne…
 
Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV as it is commonly called, is a cold-like respiratory virus, which affects nearly everyone by the age of two. For most, the symptoms are mild and very similar to the common cold. But for some, the virus can cause serious complications. In the U.S., over 57,000 children under the age of 5 are hospitalized each year…
 
Let’s face it, one of the grossest things we have to deal with as moms is when our kids throw up. Unfortunately, it’s one of those parenting things we just have to expect and be prepared to handle. In this episode, Tamara gives tips for how to treat vomiting, what is safe to give your child and what to avoid, and when you should call the doctor. Th…
 
Parents of teens and young adults need to be aware of the risks of meningococcal disease, especially meningitis B, and how to protect your kids from it. According to the CDC, adolescents and young adults are the primary carriers of meningococcal bacteria, even if it doesn’t make them sick. Plus, some of their most typical behaviors—such as being cl…
 
Betty Sao-Hou Lai, Ph.D. Natural disasters wreak havoc and devastation, affecting millions of families every year around the world. Recently, we’ve had several disasters in the United States, including hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires and earthquakes. It is difficult enough for us adults to deal with the heartbreak and pain of loss and havi…
 
After the terrible devastation we’ve seen from Hurricane Harvey and other natural disasters, you may be wondering how can you prepare your family to best protect them in the event of an natural disaster emergency. September is National Preparedness Month so NOW is the time to make a plan! Tamara shares resources and tips for how to prepare so you a…
 
Back to school season means the return of homework and parents often wonder, “How much is too much homework? How much should I help my child with their homework?” Tamara answers these questions and shares several tips you can use to help your child manage their homework so they can succeed at school. The post Homework Tips to Help Your Child Succee…
 
Back to school season can be stressful for the whole family and it is very normal for kids to experience some first day of school anxiety. It’s your job as a mom to do all you can to help them cope with and overcome that apprehension and work through it so they can have a successful school year. In this episode, Tamara shares tips and advice for re…
 
Back to School season can quickly turn into “back to sick” season, as your child is exposed to other kids and their germs every day! To prevent this, you must be proactive when it comes to your child’s health! By taking preventative measures, you can drastically reduce the number of times your child gets sick this school year. Registered Nurse and …
 
Back to School Season is here and there are several things parents need to start doing now to make the start of the school year easier and less stressful on the whole family. Tamara shares 5 tips that will help your family transition from summer to school routines and set your child up for a successful new school year! The post Back to School Prepa…
 
Do you struggle with having too much to do and feeling like there is never enough time to do it all? Are you living in chaos, worn-out and stressed-out? Tamara shares her top 5 strategies to help you manage your family’s schedule so you can stress less and enjoy your family time more. The post 5 Tips to Manage Your Family’s Time appeared first on M…
 
In this episode, Tamara takes time to answer some of your most pressing parenting questions – covering topics such as how to overcome differing parenting styles, ear infections and swimmer’s ear, parenting a strong-willed child, and how to determine if your child’s cut needs stitches. Be sure to send in your questions in for the next Q&A via email …
 
Every summer multiple children lose their lives due to being left inside a car in the heat. Most of the time, these children are accidentally left in the car by a parent or caregiver. As a parent, you must be vigilant in taking steps to ensure this type of tragedy does not happen to your family. In this episode, child safety expert Tamara Walker sh…
 
Cosplay is a growing trend in the United States with millions of kids, teens and adults dressing up as their favorite characters and role-playing as a form of creative expression. As the mom of a cosplayer, Tamara has witnessed firsthand the benefits of cosplay and how it has helped her own son, Kaynen Walker, express himself and even create his ow…
 
Do you know the best ways to keep your kid’s smile healthy and happy? Do you know when your child should start seeing a dentist for regular checkups? It’s so important to take care of our children’s teeth (even the baby teeth!) and to find a dentist that works well with children so that your kids will look forward to their next appointment. Tamara …
 
This week on Ask MomRN, Tamara interviews Elise Museles, certified attorney turned certified eating psychology and nutrition expert. Tamara and Elise discuss clever ways to encourage healthy eating habits for your kids and how to best model those behaviors as parents. Find Elise at kaleandchocolate.com. The post How to Help Your Kids Develop a Heal…
 
In this episode, Tamara will talk you through how to spot depression, anxiety or harmful thoughts in your child. Although this is a tough subject, your awareness of your child’s mental health can be more important than their physical health. Tamara will guide you through how to speak with your children about depression. Tamara also shares her opini…
 
Good relationships for your children start with you; your children are always watching! Join Tamara and The Love Doctor, Dr. Terri Orbuch, to find out why being a good role model is vital to teaching kids how to develop and maintain healthy relationships throughout their lives. The post How to Help Your Kids Develop Healthy Relationships: An Interv…
 
In this episode, Tamara tackles seasonal allergies, a constant source of stress in the springtime for moms and their kids. But don’t fret, MomRN is here to help! By the end of this episode, you’ll know how to tell the difference between allergies and a common cold and how to tame those pesky flare ups. The post Taming Seasonal Allergies appeared fi…
 
Everyone dreads “the talk.” Talking to your kids about sex and their sexual health can be uncomfortable and embarrassing – for you AND for them! Today on Ask MomRN, Tamara welcomes Dr. Harry Fisch, board certified urologist and professor of reproductive medicine to share tips on how and when to have the talk with your kid. PLUS, they’ll tell you ho…
 
In today’s society with social media at our children’s fingertips, the percentage of risk is continually rising. In this episode of “Ask MomRN,” child safety expert and registered nurse, Tamara Walker, gives her tips on how to ensure your children stay safe on the internet and what you must know to protect your kids from potential online dangers. T…
 
As a busy mom, you need to sleep & get your child to go to sleep. In this episode of “Ask MomRN,” child safety expert and registered nurse, Tamara Walker, helps you discover how you & your child can both get good rest to feel energized and happier! The post Tips for Getting A Great Night’s Sleep Every Night appeared first on MomRN.…
 
In this episode, Tamara takes time to answer some of your most pressing parenting questions – covering topics such as allergies, picky-eaters, diaper rash and introducing a new sibling to the family. Be sure to send in your questions in for the next Q&A via email (MomRN@MomRN.com), Facebook (/AskMomRNShow) or Twitter (@MomRN). The post Ask MomRN: A…
 
Many times during your child’s life there will be instances where you’ll need to step up to the bat for them. In this episode of “Ask MomRN,” child safety expert and registered nurse, Tamara Walker, candidly shares her personal stories from motherhood in which she needed to be her child’s advocate. The post Be Your Child’s Advocate appeared first o…
 
Tamara Walker, RN, aka MomRN, and her expert guests share practical advice, information and support for raising a happy, healthy family. It’s during this time of year that many of us are concerned about growing waistlines, but what about our gum lines? What impact do the rich foods, cheeses, extra sweets, alcoholic beverages and other indulgences t…
 
Tamara Walker, RN, aka MomRN, and her expert guests share practical advice, information and support for raising a happy, healthy family. From setting the table to entertaining guests, Lifestyle Expert Elizabeth Mayhew will share how to deck your halls in luxury but on a paper budget. She’ll share simple, yet unique paper and packaging ideas that wi…
 
Tamara Walker, RN, aka MomRN, and her expert guests share practical advice, information and support for raising a happy, healthy family. This week we are discussing ways to stay healthy this holiday season, gift ideas for everyone on your list, and important information about two serious health conditions. The holidays can take their toll on even t…
 
Germs are everywhere and many are easily spread. That’s why it’s important to mind your manners, especially when you are under the weather. According to a recent survey, many working Americans show up for work even when they’re sick, proving that we have some work to do when it comes to sick etiquette, which helps keep ourselves and others healthie…
 
Actor Greg Grunberg and TV Host Leeza Gibbons join us on this week's show! Greg Grunberg, who appeared in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Heroes Reborn in late 2015, and Star Trek Beyond in 2016, is best known for his role as Matt Parkman, the mind-reading police officer on the television series Heroes. In real life, Grunberg is a hero and advocat…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login