We are fans of Wendy as well! The MOMS with Denise & Melissa are live on Sirius XM Stars channel 109, Mondays at 12 PM. No worries if you miss us on Monday our show replays Tuesday’s at 5 am, and Saturday’s at 6 am, 5pm. Tune in and listen up as we tackle topics both big and small, that resonate with moms today. We are brutally honest–and sometimes have conflicting–opinions which are not only entertaining, but also take the parenting conversation to a whole new level.
For many children, summer camp is over and school doesn’t start for another three and a half weeks.
For parents, it’s a long three and a half weeks. That means coming up with activities to keep kids busy so they don’t drive you crazy.
The Moms’ Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein have some ideas to share.
Managing money is hard enough for adults and when it comes to teaching kids good money manners it’s never too young start.
The Mom’s Denise Albert knows this first hand. Denise gave some guidance along with”mompreneur” L. Renee Eanes.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Scrubbing Bubbles® and SC Johnson.
As Moms we are all aware that both cleaning and comedy go hand in hand. We’ve shared those moments that make us go “Ugh” with you before and not too long ago we were invited by Scrubbing Bubbles® to spend the afternoon at New York City’s iconic Gotham Comedy Club for an exclusive comedic event with Marlon Wayans! His performance focused on those surprising, yet amusing moments he experienced both growing up and as a father.
Upon arrival guests were invited to a pre-reception down in the Scrubbing Bubbles® lounge where the kiddos got in on the act and fellow moms shared their utmost hilarious “Ugh” moments with one another. Do we spy future comedians in the room?
Guests were then brought to the main stage where Marlon brought a full supply of giggles and delivered laughter for all! We laughed out loud, because who doesn’t love a good joke? We cried, because we were laughing so hard. To be able to laugh along with Marlon with our kids by our sides was a great bonus. Both Marlon & Scrubbing Bubbles® delivered a comedic sketch that was genuinely hilarious and appropriate for all ages, proving that Scrubbing Bubbles® can clean even the toughest of jobs.
Young children are masters of power plays to get what they want. Parents, at their wit’s end, often turn to negotiating with children to avoid public meltdowns and temper tantrums.
The Moms’ Melissa Musen Gerstein and child psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere talk about the positives and downfalls of negotiating with your kids.
Comment below and weigh in, are you a parent that negotiates?
“Chemo” is like that boyfriend I met and dated on a bad reality show. There was a little getting-to-know-you phase that included some euphoria. I had no choice but to try to fall in love in order to continue to win. It wasn’t so bad, I told myself. I was able to continue to live most of my life the way I wanted. But like butterflies in your stomach in an early relationship, Chemo slowly made me nauseous and changed my appetite and taste completely.
You know those controlling types. Yes, Chemo was that too. Chemo wanted me to look a certain way: Read more
The MOMS hosted a MAMARAZZI® event with Viggo Mortensen for his latest film Captain Fantastic at the Dolby 88 Screening Room in New York City! Take a look at some special moments captured at this MAMARAZZI® event!
The Moms, Melissa Gerstein and special guest Erica Reischer, psychologist and author of “What Great Parents Do,” discuss how to monitor your children’s vacation time. Do you keep their minds working or let loose and relax? Tell us your favorite summer activity that you and your kids enjoy that’s available in your town below!
We asked Brooke Shields how she came to be a part of her latest film Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted and she answered and added in some great words of wisdom!
Set your DVR and look out for the fabulous Brooke Shields in Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted on June 26th on the Hallmark Movie Channel!
Head over to our MAMARAZZI® page for more on Brooke and her latest film!
The MOMS & Kidbox hosted a MAMARAZZI® event with the wonderful and hysterical Brooke Shields for her latest film Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted which she not only acted in but executively produced!
Our guests learned how to #UnpackHappy with Kidbox which makes shopping for kids easy—delivering a personalized assortment of clothes (tops and bottoms) from popular brands each season (for free).
Families create a style profile for each of their kids at kidbox.com, try on at home and pay later, with 7 days to decide what to keep and what to send back. Shipping is always on Kidbox and for every Kidbox sold, a donation is made of new clothes to a child in need!
“If you can’t hear those words, you are clearly not mature enough to deal with the consequences.”
Click Here to listen to Brooke Shields sharing her parental advice on consequences with her children.
What actions do you take if your child is afraid of pets? The MOMS were on Pix11 Morning News discussing this parenting issue, check it out!
It’s not easy to speak to our children about the tragedy in Orlando. What can you say about another massacre again? What can you say about guns again? Read more
“It’s not all bad, all the time.”~ Denise Albert, The MOMS #FutureCancerSurvivor
By Denise Albert
We all know that cancer sucks. That’s the obvious. You may feel sick. You may look sick. You have to go through treatment, surgery, loss of hair, exhaustion, mood swings, bathroom issues, rashes. Nausea, loss of appetite, anxiety, guilt, scary thoughts and possible death.
This is what we know about cancer. Cancer sucks. I even let my kids say, “F–k Cancer.”
I’m in the midst of it, so most of it does suck. I had surgery in January and have been in chemotherapy since March. It continues through the summer and then on to radiation. I won’t be done with treatment until next May. There will be more medications for the next 10 years, and I’m already over it. Two weeks ago I had surgery to put in a mediport because my veins have had it. As positive as I’ve been, this procedure and the thought of it set me back emotionally. It hit me hard. I now need a device implanted in my chest. If a port sticking out of my chest with a wire you can see running up to my collarbone isn’t enough of a reminder that I have cancer, then my 11-year-old telling me I look weird without makeup is what does.
Many people survive cancer. There must be some good that comes from it. For me, so far it’s the little things: Read more
The Moms reflect on “mom shaming” after one mother has received criticism after her 3-year-old made his way into a Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla pit.
There are so many opinions on this incident and The MOMS weighed with their opinions on the Gorilla Killing Outrage on HLN’s The Daily Share. Should the mom go to jail? Read more
By Anna Davies
Denise Albert was diagnosed with breast cancer in December and says not chronicling her journey on social media would have felt dishonest. Read more
“When someone is diagnosed with cancer, so is that person’s significant other.” ~ Denise Albert, The MOMS #FutureCancerSurvivor
Do you, [insert partner’s name)] take Denise Albert to be your partner? To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better or with cancer, for richer or poorer, with cancer and in health?
My two partners never officially took those vows…at least not knowingly. Read more
The MOMS shared their favorite and the best items from New York’s Baby Show with Pix11 Morning News! Check it out!
“For me it’s very important to have a very solid inner circle of girls and gay men and that’s how I operate.” ~ KATE BECKINSALE on the Importance of Friendship, The MOMS & Peter Pan Peanut Butter Love & Friendship MAMARAZZI®, 2016
Special MOMents were captured at this event as The MOMS guests went on #SimplyGroundAdventures creating their very own Peter Pan Peanut Butter treats at the snacking station and laughed out loud with Kate Beckinsale during an intimate talkback.
For More with Kate Beckinsale click the links below.