191:Easy Emergency Preparedness for Families // Melanie Papworth

Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Melanie Papworth about emergency preparedness for families, Image of Melanie Papworth and her family outside, image of happy family.

It seems like crazy emergencies will never happen to us, but they can. At any moment! And we need to be prepared so we know what to do to protect our families and our homes to the best of our ability. If you’ve felt an urge to get more prepared, but you haven’t known where…

182: How To Teach Kids Meditation (And Why It’s Important) // Tejal V. Patel

Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Tejal V. Patel about Teaching Kids Meditation (And Why It’s Important). Image of Tejal Patel and her son, Image of woman and son meditating.

 “What if meditation was a part of a child’s daily routine, along with showering and brushing their teeth? How would it change their life?” -Tejal V. Patel May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we are having episodes all month focused on how to strengthen our own mental health as mothers, as well the mental…

181: How To Encourage Emotional Wellness in Kids // Lisa Sabey

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States, and we have an incredible month of education in store. Today’s episode about emotional wellness in kids is a special one to kick us off.  Our guest is Lisa Sabey, the founder and president of Parents-to-Parents, an organization dedicated to helping parents whose children are…

166: Using your Own Stories as a Parenting Tool // Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan

Using Your Own Stores as a Parenting Tool | Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan | Top motherhood podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms, Helping Your Child Learn through Stories, Picture of happy mom with child holding a book, author.

I have loved writing stories all my life. I even remember that one of my favorite Christmas presents as a kid was a little “become an author” kit where it supplied special paper for me to write a story and draw the pictures, then send the pages to a company that would bind it as…