Thursday, March 12, 2015

recorded 3/12/15

INTRO

Angie and Marianne share why they didn't record a podcast last week.  The moms talk about weaning, story time at the library, and a new study released about how surveillance use of Facebook can cause envy and lead to depression.

LIFE WITH KIDS

The moms tackle a great question from listener Heather's voice feedback on strategies to help your toddler or preschooler play independently.

SHOUTOUTS AND FEEDBACK

More listener voice feedback, this time from Mary Kate who asks the moms if they have a Facebook page.  And an email question about parenting teenagers.  Angie and Marianne announce an upcoming podcast (episode #43) with two former guests, both moms to many teenagers, and ask for listener feedback/questions for the upcoming show.

FOOD FOR THE JOURNEY

The moms share several quotes about the importance of play for children as well as the importance of our time spent playing with our children.


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Have feedback for the moms?  Questions for a future show?  Or just want to say holla? Call 513-696-9541 to leave voice feedback for the moms and be part of a future show.  Or send your feedback by email to oldmomnewmom(at)gmail.com.

FEEDBACK QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK
(Send your answers by voice or email feedback and be part of a future show!)

1.  What ways do you use to help your toddler/preschooler to engage in creative/imaginative play more independently?

2.  Would you like to see an "Old Mom New Mom Podcast" Facebook page?  Why or why not?

3.  Do you have any questions on parenting teenagers for our upcoming podcast (with two returning guests, both moms to many teenagers) next week?

LINKS:


New Technology Center at Lebanon Public Library (photo via TwitPic)

Entry to New Story Time Room at Lebanon Public Library (via Facebook)

Busy Bags for Toddlers/PreK on Pinterest 


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