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Motherhood often looks different in real life than it does on the pages of Facebook and Pinterest. On the Mom Show, Lindsay Aerts explores the good, the bad, and the ugly of the most difficult yet rewarding job in the world.
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Now displaying: September, 2018
Sep 30, 2018

I love my child desperately and I am resentful of how much work it is to take care of her. I am grateful for a healthy pregnancy and I'm hating how much pain I'm in. I love helping my child and I resent how much they need me. These are just a few examples of ambivalence in motherhood, the word used to describe having strong conflicting feelings at the same time. This shows up so often for moms and can cause a lot of pain because we don't always allow ourselves to have negative feelings around motherhood relationships. Host Lindsay Aerts shares her conflicting feelings and talks with Dr. Jule Hanks of Wasatch Family Therapy and talks about what ambivalence is, why in our culture we don't always allow for it, and how to resolve some the guilt it may be causing.  The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

Sep 16, 2018

If you're a mom chances are you're busy and most often taking care of others. Taking the time for yourself to eat healthy and take care of your body may feel like one more thing on your to do list, but host Lindsay Aerts talks with dietitian and fitness instructor Melanie Douglass about how switching your mindset can help you if getting healthier is your goal. The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

Sep 16, 2018

If you're a mom chances are you're busy and most often taking care of others. Taking the time for yourself to eat healthy and workout may feel like one more thing on your to do list, but host Lindsay Aerts talks with dietitian and fitness instructor Melanie Douglass about how to get started when eating healthy feels pointless and overwhelming. The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

Sep 16, 2018

If you're a mom chances are you're busy and most often taking care of others. Taking the time for yourself to eat healthy and workout may feel like one more thing on your to do list, but host Lindsay Aerts talks with dietitian and fitness instructor Melanie Douglass about how to start by making meals healthy, quick, and cheap. The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

Sep 16, 2018

If you're pregnant you've probably heard the myth that you're "eating for two." Host Lindsay Aerts talks with dietitian and fitness instructor Melanie Douglass about how eating healthy during pregnancy is very difficult for her, why gaining weight is supposed to happen, and how to know if you've overdone it. The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

Sep 9, 2018
More than half of the families in Utah with very young children have all available parents in the workforce. That’s an indicator of the need for quality, affordable childcare. In addition, parents who are seeking to further their education need good childcare, too. That’s the topic of a snapshot released by the Utah Women and Leadership Project at Utah Valley University this week. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with the project's founder Dr. Susan Madsen to find out why childcare in Utah is costing so much. The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms
Sep 9, 2018
More than half of the families in Utah with very young children have all available parents in the workforce. That’s an indicator of the need for quality, affordable childcare. That’s the topic of a snapshot released by the Utah Women and Leadership Project at Utah Valley University. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with the project's founder, Dr. Susan Madsen about how 
in Utah, 59 percent of mothers with children under 6 are in the labor force and nearly three-quarters of women with children between 6 and 17 are employed. They discuss how childcare is a family issue not just a woman's issue.   The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms
Sep 9, 2018

More than half of the families in Utah with very young children have all available parents in the workforce. That’s an indicator of the need for quality, affordable childcare. That’s the topic of a snapshot released by the Utah Women and Leadership Project at Utah Valley University this week. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with the project's founder Dr. Susan Madsen to find out why childcare in Utah is costing so much and what can be done to lower the costs. The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

Sep 9, 2018

More than half of the families in Utah with very young children have all available parents in the workforce. That’s an indicator of the need for quality, affordable childcare. That’s the topic of a snapshot released by the Utah Women and Leadership Project at Utah Valley University this week. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with the project's founder, Dr. Susan Madsen to find out what's being done and what should be done at Utah's public universities to provide childcare options for students and staff. The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

Sep 2, 2018

Back to school time can be a big relief to some moms. It means schedules are back to normal, kids are spending their days learning and growing, they have a warm meal every day, and moms get some relief from childcare demands and the summer overwhelm of having kids in the house 24-7. Other moms feel like back to school adds more stress, it means homework, extracurriculars, over scheduled kids, and a general feeling of being more busy. Whichever way you're feeling about back to school time host Lindsay Aerts and author and public speaker, Ganel-Lyn Condie discuss why moms need to not criticize each other for how their feeling. Being excited your kids are back to school doesn't make you a bad mom, and dreading it doesn't mean you're ill equipped to handle it all. 

The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

 

 

Sep 2, 2018

Host Lindsay Aerts is 24 weeks pregnant and talks about her journey thus far. She discusses with author and public speaker, Ganel-lyn Condie about how pregnancy and mom worries can swallow you if you're not careful. So many things can seemingly go wrong, you're so emotionally invested in growing a human that the stakes feel that much higher. Lindsay discusses her strategy for coping with some of the worries that pop up for her while being pregnant. 

The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

 

Sep 2, 2018

Girls younger and younger are now dealing with body image issues. It's so sad to host Lindsay Aerts and her guest Ganel-Lyn Condie that what our young girls are seeing today is causing them to feel shame around their bodies. There are many factors at play, women seen on tv and movies, magazines, and social media all still seem to portray a message that skinny is good and no other body type is worthy. Lindsay and Ganel-Lyn discuss the problem our young girls are facing and what they see as some of the fixes. Host Lindsay Aerts believes this starts with us as moms to check our own beliefs about our bodies so as to not pass these messages on to our daughters.  

The Mom Show on KSL is hosted by Lindsay Aerts. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the The Mom Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow The Mom Show on Instagram @kslmomshow or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kslmoms

 

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