Whoever said that babies don't come with instruction manuals never met Laura and Jennifer, the Moms on Call.
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Angelique in California has a two-and-a-half-year-old that made the transition to the big boy bed but won’t stay in it. Now that he has the freedom, he is constantly getting up and making his way to mom and dad’s room. Today on the podcast, we’ll tal... more
Jenny has her 9-month-old son on a nap schedule at home that has been working perfectly. However, daycare is a different story as they are unable to use the same tools that she does at home to get him to sleep. Today on the podcast we’ll talk about h... more
Kaitlyn has an almost 3-year-old daughter who is almost potty trained, except when it's time to go #2. So what do you do when your toddler refuses to go poop on the potty? Today, we’ll give you some techniques to try with your little one to turn your... more
Thank you for being there for new and experienced moms! Information is always changing and it's so encouraging to know I can go to one place for all the info and support!!
I purchased the Moms on Call books and they have been helpful (although very high level) but unfortunately this podcast just seems to be mostly platitudes, no specifics, and plugs for their classes (which you have to pay for).
I think this is good if you want to listen to two older moms talk about what their kids were like back when they were babies and toddlers (their kids are now teens). I have an 11 month old and discovered a MOMS on call book when he was 2 months old. I hoped I would like this podcast, but I just don’t feel compelled to listen like I thought I would. They bounce over so many different topics and the titles don’t always match accurately with the topics they end up discussing. Sometimes I feel what... more
Wayyyyyy too much side chit chat - get to the point!
If you’ve read their book(s), don’t expect anything new here. If you need to be repeatedly told to swaddle tight tight tight and use a white noise machine then you’re in the right place. An hour of vague advice and platitudes without any new info
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