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Travel Systems – Episode 039

In this podcast, we are chatting all about travel systems Bella Baby expert Sharon Cummins. We discuss what you need to look out for when deciding on ‘the one’ and the do’s and don’ts of finding the right travel system for you, your family and your lifestyle. This is a really useful ‘how to’ for new parents. We talk through the mechanics of a travel system – what is it? What is included typically? The all-important lifestyle consultation; why it is essential to assess your lifestyle to find the right travel system to best suit your needs and to fit in with where you live and how you explore your world. Lead-times and your guide when to place your order. Why is a carrycot so important for your baby’s health and development? What about future-proofing your travel system to double up your pushchair? Making life easier, with deposits and payment plans. Sharon’s one top tip when you pick up your travel system to master your travel systems mechanics! For more useful parenting pod...

12 MIN2018 JUN 8
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Travel Systems – Episode 039

Toddler Tantrums – Episode 038

In this episode of Nine Months On, we chat about the toddler years and the very challenging topic of tantrums. We are joined by behavior specialist and Mum of 2, Dee Holland Hannon who has a Masters in applied behavior analysis and over ten years working with children, specializing in children with autism. In this episode we discuss: When do tantrums start? As early as 16 months in some cases and are generally triggered by frustration from the child who is struggling to communicate. Quick wins to try to help your child with a temper tantrum: change of scene (moving to another room or environment), distraction, or simply ignoring the whole episode. Finding the trigger that will set your child off can be your secret to taking the meltdowns down a notch. You may know immediately what will result in a major outburst. Accepting your child finds these situations difficult and acknowledging this is really important. Knowing these triggers and either avoiding them happening or having a plan...

39 MIN2018 MAY 19
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Toddler Tantrums – Episode 038

Family Food with Mummycooks – Episode 37

In this podcast, we are joined by Siobhan Berry, founder, and director of Mummycooks, Mum of 2 and author of the recipe book “Baby and Family; cook for the family, adapt for baby”. Siobhan chats to us about: During the weaning process the difficult phase of crossing over to Family food and how to avoid this by starting off with Family Food from the beginning. Neophobia and the developmental phases – your child’s fear of something New! We chat about fussy eaters and Siobhan shares tips to help. The psychology of food and how we approach feeding our kids Portion sizes – the key to getting it right! We cover both Baby Led weaning and purée options Gagging and choking – how to know the difference Seasonal calendar and how to make sure your child gets the most nutritious foods all year round When is Organic is not always the best option? For more from Siobhan, you can listen to our previous podcast where we discuss the first steps of weaning in more detail. You can shop the full M...

26 MIN2018 MAY 5
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Family Food with Mummycooks – Episode 37

Mums and Tots – Episode 36

Episode 036: Mums and Tots Today we are chatting with the editor and publisher of Mums and Tots magazine Roberta von Meding, who is mum to Juliet, age 8, and Robyn, age 5. In this podcast we discuss: When Roberta became a first time Mum she struggled to relate to the images of motherhood represented in the media and maternity magazines available to her at the time, she made it her mission to give a real and honest vision of motherhood, and so Mums and Tots was born back in 2010. We chat about preeclampsia and how it affected Roberta’s two pregnancies. The psychological effect of an emergency C-Section. Tips for when a baby is breach! Roberta and her family travel the world as part of her role as editor of Mums and Tots, she shares super tips for traveling with little ones. You can follow Mums and Tots on Facebook, Instagram and read the latest issue here.

29 MIN2018 APR 21
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Mums and Tots – Episode 36

The Fourth Trimester – Episode 35

Today I am joined by Kathy Milliken who is Mum of 2, and has a huge passion for all things related to pregnancy, birth, babies & parenting and this is how her business ‘Bump Baby and Me’ was born. Kathy teaches a range of different pre/postnatal classes & workshops from Pregnancy Yoga to Baby Massage. She has also trained as a GentleBirth Instructor and Birth and Postpartum Doula and is currently training as a Cuidiú Breastfeeding counsellor. Kathy lives in Malahide, Co. Dublin with her husband Steve, their little girls Ayla (2.5yrs) & Robyn (9mths). In this episode, we chat all about the Fourth Trimester; the first 3 months of your newborn's life which are magical and challenging. Kathy shares her tips on how to help your little one transition to life outside the womb, and also to help Mum transition to the role of Motherhood. You can contact Kathy on 0866042885, via email on info@bumpbabyandme.ie on her website, Facebook and on Instagram. For more useful parenting podcastsclick...

32 MIN2018 APR 7
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The Fourth Trimester – Episode 35

Working Mum Hacks – Episode 34

Once you are back to work as a new Mum, it takes a while to find the balance. The anticipation of returning to work can be overwhelming (check out our dedicated podcast here on preparing for the return to work) but once you have found your new rhythm as a working Mum everything falls in to place eventually, however it is not easy! Today we chat to Alannah Coughlan, key account manager at Stokke. We share tips that help us manage the work/motherhood balance on a day to day basis. We discuss the challenges of being back in work mode but this time as a working Mum. How this new role is essentially a master class in prioritization and time management. Practical tips on getting yourself and your child prepped for your day to day. The benefits and time saving hack of meal planning and batch cooking. When your child is sick, what to do!!?! We chat to Alannah on preparing for her next role as a Mum of two! (Tune in to our previous podcast on growing your family here) For more useful parenti...

24 MIN2018 MAR 26
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Working Mum Hacks – Episode 34

Faces by Grace – Episode 33

Today we chat to Grace Mongey, also known as Faces by Grace; make-up artist, blogger and Mother of Sienna. Grace chats to us about motherhood, her breastfeeding journey, and the importance of maternal wellbeing. In this podcast we discuss: Graces parenting style. Learning to trust your maternal instinct. Tips for becoming independent and adjusting to life as a Mother. Getting out and about as a new Mum – overcoming the intimidation by planning ahead! Grace talks through her breastfeeding journey, and shares her tips that helped her and Sienna during this time. Building resilience as a woman and a mother. Mindfulness, worries, anxiety – Grace talks through her coping techniques to ensure she is a happy healthy Mum to Sienna For more useful parenting podcastsclick hereand don’t forget tosubscribe.We would be honored if you took a moment to rate and review Nine Months On! We greatly appreciate you joining us and we hope you have enjoyed this podcast! Thank you so much for your support.

31 MIN2018 MAR 15
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Faces by Grace – Episode 33

Inspire Episode 32

Today we chat to Elaine Russell, who has over20 year’s commercial and leadership experience having trained as a Chartered Accountant before moving tofinancial services and telecoms sectorsand going on to becomeCEO of Tesco Mobile. To support a better life balance for her two young girls, and to follow her passion of inspiring herself and others to be their best selves, Elaine decided to leave the corporate world and to retrain as an executive and leadership coach. She ispassionateabout supporting women to rebuild their professional confidence, play to their strengths, and successfully integrate work into their lives. In this Podcast we discuss: Identifying your strengths and playing to them (Marcus Buckingham) Re-building and re-establishing your confidence Professional confidence versus maternal confidence We chat about imposter syndrome The amazing concept of ‘returnships’ Tips for your CV and to focus on your achievements The importance of self belief and the drive to meet you...

26 MIN2018 MAR 8
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Inspire Episode 32

It takes a village – Episode 31

The saying ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ is at the heart of today’s podcast. We chat to Sinead O’Moore, Mum of Penny and head of content strategy for eumom all about building your community as a parent and having the best support networks in place for yourself and your family. We discuss: How your community completely changes when you become a parent. Not only does your child benefit from this support but the parents are enriched by the solidarity of a strong community network. This network might be your local yoga class, your local pharmacist or your online community. Listening to the advice of the village elders, i.e. those who have seen it all before. Learning to quiet those doubting voices in your own mind. We chat about comparison culture and our inherent competitive nature as parents. How your online community is a wealth of support; but when it makes you feel bad, it’s time to take control! Protect and build your bubble of positivity and don’t listen to the nega...

25 MIN2018 FEB 27
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It takes a village – Episode 31

Home is where the heart is – Episode 30

Today’s topic came about when we identified our Nine Months On subscribers are from across the globe, many of them parenting in a country or town away from home. We chat to Sandra Karasinska who is Polish, married to Diego from Spain and raising their son Leon in Dublin, Ireland. We discuss: How being away from close friends and family presents so many challenges. Creating your own community when you are away from your home place. With this distance means lots of travel home to see loved ones, Sandra shares brilliant tips for travelling as a family. Sandra shares her tips to help with reflux, especially when travelling. The carrier that saved their sanity while travelling! The importance of balance and team work as parents when travelling. How raising your child with multiple languages helps them in countless ways, enhancing their parent’s cultural connection to home and developing their amazing little brains. Being away from home is lonely, and Sandra explains how she creates a w...

25 MIN2018 FEB 20
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Home is where the heart is – Episode 30

Latest Episodes

Travel Systems – Episode 039

In this podcast, we are chatting all about travel systems Bella Baby expert Sharon Cummins. We discuss what you need to look out for when deciding on ‘the one’ and the do’s and don’ts of finding the right travel system for you, your family and your lifestyle. This is a really useful ‘how to’ for new parents. We talk through the mechanics of a travel system – what is it? What is included typically? The all-important lifestyle consultation; why it is essential to assess your lifestyle to find the right travel system to best suit your needs and to fit in with where you live and how you explore your world. Lead-times and your guide when to place your order. Why is a carrycot so important for your baby’s health and development? What about future-proofing your travel system to double up your pushchair? Making life easier, with deposits and payment plans. Sharon’s one top tip when you pick up your travel system to master your travel systems mechanics! For more useful parenting pod...

12 MIN2018 JUN 8
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Travel Systems – Episode 039

Toddler Tantrums – Episode 038

In this episode of Nine Months On, we chat about the toddler years and the very challenging topic of tantrums. We are joined by behavior specialist and Mum of 2, Dee Holland Hannon who has a Masters in applied behavior analysis and over ten years working with children, specializing in children with autism. In this episode we discuss: When do tantrums start? As early as 16 months in some cases and are generally triggered by frustration from the child who is struggling to communicate. Quick wins to try to help your child with a temper tantrum: change of scene (moving to another room or environment), distraction, or simply ignoring the whole episode. Finding the trigger that will set your child off can be your secret to taking the meltdowns down a notch. You may know immediately what will result in a major outburst. Accepting your child finds these situations difficult and acknowledging this is really important. Knowing these triggers and either avoiding them happening or having a plan...

39 MIN2018 MAY 19
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Toddler Tantrums – Episode 038

Family Food with Mummycooks – Episode 37

In this podcast, we are joined by Siobhan Berry, founder, and director of Mummycooks, Mum of 2 and author of the recipe book “Baby and Family; cook for the family, adapt for baby”. Siobhan chats to us about: During the weaning process the difficult phase of crossing over to Family food and how to avoid this by starting off with Family Food from the beginning. Neophobia and the developmental phases – your child’s fear of something New! We chat about fussy eaters and Siobhan shares tips to help. The psychology of food and how we approach feeding our kids Portion sizes – the key to getting it right! We cover both Baby Led weaning and purée options Gagging and choking – how to know the difference Seasonal calendar and how to make sure your child gets the most nutritious foods all year round When is Organic is not always the best option? For more from Siobhan, you can listen to our previous podcast where we discuss the first steps of weaning in more detail. You can shop the full M...

26 MIN2018 MAY 5
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Family Food with Mummycooks – Episode 37

Mums and Tots – Episode 36

Episode 036: Mums and Tots Today we are chatting with the editor and publisher of Mums and Tots magazine Roberta von Meding, who is mum to Juliet, age 8, and Robyn, age 5. In this podcast we discuss: When Roberta became a first time Mum she struggled to relate to the images of motherhood represented in the media and maternity magazines available to her at the time, she made it her mission to give a real and honest vision of motherhood, and so Mums and Tots was born back in 2010. We chat about preeclampsia and how it affected Roberta’s two pregnancies. The psychological effect of an emergency C-Section. Tips for when a baby is breach! Roberta and her family travel the world as part of her role as editor of Mums and Tots, she shares super tips for traveling with little ones. You can follow Mums and Tots on Facebook, Instagram and read the latest issue here.

29 MIN2018 APR 21
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Mums and Tots – Episode 36

The Fourth Trimester – Episode 35

Today I am joined by Kathy Milliken who is Mum of 2, and has a huge passion for all things related to pregnancy, birth, babies & parenting and this is how her business ‘Bump Baby and Me’ was born. Kathy teaches a range of different pre/postnatal classes & workshops from Pregnancy Yoga to Baby Massage. She has also trained as a GentleBirth Instructor and Birth and Postpartum Doula and is currently training as a Cuidiú Breastfeeding counsellor. Kathy lives in Malahide, Co. Dublin with her husband Steve, their little girls Ayla (2.5yrs) & Robyn (9mths). In this episode, we chat all about the Fourth Trimester; the first 3 months of your newborn's life which are magical and challenging. Kathy shares her tips on how to help your little one transition to life outside the womb, and also to help Mum transition to the role of Motherhood. You can contact Kathy on 0866042885, via email on info@bumpbabyandme.ie on her website, Facebook and on Instagram. For more useful parenting podcastsclick...

32 MIN2018 APR 7
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The Fourth Trimester – Episode 35

Working Mum Hacks – Episode 34

Once you are back to work as a new Mum, it takes a while to find the balance. The anticipation of returning to work can be overwhelming (check out our dedicated podcast here on preparing for the return to work) but once you have found your new rhythm as a working Mum everything falls in to place eventually, however it is not easy! Today we chat to Alannah Coughlan, key account manager at Stokke. We share tips that help us manage the work/motherhood balance on a day to day basis. We discuss the challenges of being back in work mode but this time as a working Mum. How this new role is essentially a master class in prioritization and time management. Practical tips on getting yourself and your child prepped for your day to day. The benefits and time saving hack of meal planning and batch cooking. When your child is sick, what to do!!?! We chat to Alannah on preparing for her next role as a Mum of two! (Tune in to our previous podcast on growing your family here) For more useful parenti...

24 MIN2018 MAR 26
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Working Mum Hacks – Episode 34

Faces by Grace – Episode 33

Today we chat to Grace Mongey, also known as Faces by Grace; make-up artist, blogger and Mother of Sienna. Grace chats to us about motherhood, her breastfeeding journey, and the importance of maternal wellbeing. In this podcast we discuss: Graces parenting style. Learning to trust your maternal instinct. Tips for becoming independent and adjusting to life as a Mother. Getting out and about as a new Mum – overcoming the intimidation by planning ahead! Grace talks through her breastfeeding journey, and shares her tips that helped her and Sienna during this time. Building resilience as a woman and a mother. Mindfulness, worries, anxiety – Grace talks through her coping techniques to ensure she is a happy healthy Mum to Sienna For more useful parenting podcastsclick hereand don’t forget tosubscribe.We would be honored if you took a moment to rate and review Nine Months On! We greatly appreciate you joining us and we hope you have enjoyed this podcast! Thank you so much for your support.

31 MIN2018 MAR 15
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Faces by Grace – Episode 33

Inspire Episode 32

Today we chat to Elaine Russell, who has over20 year’s commercial and leadership experience having trained as a Chartered Accountant before moving tofinancial services and telecoms sectorsand going on to becomeCEO of Tesco Mobile. To support a better life balance for her two young girls, and to follow her passion of inspiring herself and others to be their best selves, Elaine decided to leave the corporate world and to retrain as an executive and leadership coach. She ispassionateabout supporting women to rebuild their professional confidence, play to their strengths, and successfully integrate work into their lives. In this Podcast we discuss: Identifying your strengths and playing to them (Marcus Buckingham) Re-building and re-establishing your confidence Professional confidence versus maternal confidence We chat about imposter syndrome The amazing concept of ‘returnships’ Tips for your CV and to focus on your achievements The importance of self belief and the drive to meet you...

26 MIN2018 MAR 8
Comments
Inspire Episode 32

It takes a village – Episode 31

The saying ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ is at the heart of today’s podcast. We chat to Sinead O’Moore, Mum of Penny and head of content strategy for eumom all about building your community as a parent and having the best support networks in place for yourself and your family. We discuss: How your community completely changes when you become a parent. Not only does your child benefit from this support but the parents are enriched by the solidarity of a strong community network. This network might be your local yoga class, your local pharmacist or your online community. Listening to the advice of the village elders, i.e. those who have seen it all before. Learning to quiet those doubting voices in your own mind. We chat about comparison culture and our inherent competitive nature as parents. How your online community is a wealth of support; but when it makes you feel bad, it’s time to take control! Protect and build your bubble of positivity and don’t listen to the nega...

25 MIN2018 FEB 27
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It takes a village – Episode 31

Home is where the heart is – Episode 30

Today’s topic came about when we identified our Nine Months On subscribers are from across the globe, many of them parenting in a country or town away from home. We chat to Sandra Karasinska who is Polish, married to Diego from Spain and raising their son Leon in Dublin, Ireland. We discuss: How being away from close friends and family presents so many challenges. Creating your own community when you are away from your home place. With this distance means lots of travel home to see loved ones, Sandra shares brilliant tips for travelling as a family. Sandra shares her tips to help with reflux, especially when travelling. The carrier that saved their sanity while travelling! The importance of balance and team work as parents when travelling. How raising your child with multiple languages helps them in countless ways, enhancing their parent’s cultural connection to home and developing their amazing little brains. Being away from home is lonely, and Sandra explains how she creates a w...

25 MIN2018 FEB 20
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Home is where the heart is – Episode 30
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