21 Burst results for "Twenty Months Old"
"twenty months old" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Know just sort of telling stories right and it skyrocketed just became his thing. I knew it was special. I mean i don't wanna. I don't want to downplay the fact that i knew that this could be something bid but i just don't think i expected two years down the line to be where we are. Now you know so i. It's grown a lot after the nine inches paid it. That's exciting congratulations for that. How has the tummy. First of all of the stories the stories. You were hearing. What what did people tell you where what was the common dreads that you heard back over and over again. I'm there was a lot of. I'm so glad that exists. Because i feel kind of out of place when i go to porsche car shows or when i go to you know porsche. Club of america needs. I always feel like people. Just assume i my wife. They assume that. I don't know what i'm talking about. A lot of women when they would drive their own cars. A lot of people were just assumed that their husband. I bought it for them or that You know maybe they only had it because somebody had given it federal. Dan had invested in some way so it was really It sorta drove itself but it was important early on to start sharing the stories of these women who had done it themselves. They were changing their own tires. They were upgrading their own suspension and they were modifying their motors themselves because they were passionate about it just like men so we sort of adopted the hashtag of women can to in everything that we do because we wanted to just kind of go you know. Yeah the yes men can. We don't want to take away from that. But women had to get away from the other thing that i always say is i really want to get away from constitionalism of women in the automotive world and get to just the normalization are written Accession have to qualify anything by saying. Oh that's great for being a girl that's great because you know. I've never seen a woman do something like that. It shouldn't ever have to roll out of our our mouths that way and i hope one day that we don't need to exist. That's my goal. Honestly i wanna work ourselves out of the industry but at least right now we have to exist so that we can educate people on the fact that women are just as passionate just as capable of justice able and just as excited to be here as men are so. Did you grow up in in your dad's shop helping him out doing things. My dad used to work out Well to to let me digress. My parents got divorced. When i was twenty months old so i didn't actually get to grow up with my dad. Twenty four seven three sixty five ca so he would come out every wednesday night and visit and he'd always bring a different car so whatever he was working on at this time a lot of times it present a porsche nine. Eleven or three thirty six and I do have some very early memories of sitting in the car with my feet not even extending the front of the the seats and you know driving these cars. I felt like i was just being thrust into the back of the seat now. I know they don't go over sixty miles an hour. But like i don't really felt like i was doing something exciting Because they they have this sound. Everyone talks about the worship sound. But it's true you know it just has a a resignation that you here and that you don't hear other cars and it has a smell in its gassy and oily. But it's it's porteous smell. You know it was that. I remember that i do remember that. Very distinctly growing up without something very special to me as i was a part of it. you know then but beyond that. I didn't really include me in anything else. In terms of the automotive he to talk like crazy about it he used to share stories with me all the time. But i don't think he meant he thought this was something i would be doing. We naturally say that. Now we talk about it all the time when people say oh so. You're leaving the business your daughter or passing it on and you must be so excited that this is finally coming into fruition. And we're like way didn't think this would happen at all in not not that we had thought about it went no it. Won't it never crossed our minds to right. It was never even an idea right. So i guess i guess to answer that a little bit complete. I learned a lot from him by proxy. But i didn't learn it because the goal was ever to become part of this. Yeah it it was just because you now almost accidental. I love that i love that. So what you love. Most about being in the world of cars now very creative person. I have a lot of gumption and a lot of like you know. Go get him anything that it sort of feeds all of that for me. It lets me be strong and motivated and you kind of ski towing. I could see where that would. It'd be a great platform. It really challenges me to. I mean it. It has challenged me to find feminine side That is also strong and powerful. Because what i'm realizing. Is that sort of this. I don't know how to put it like the sort of energy in this sort of fight. That i have rubs men the wrong way a lot of time and and i had to sort of learn a different approach learn a different way of addressing men. Because they don't want to recognize a woman in my position first and foremost it is completely out of the norm for them. And i've also had learn that. Sometimes i am not the best person for the job and that's okay being a ceo. Being a leader of my business means. I have to recognize when i sit and when i don't and that's for the betterment of the business and for the betterment of the company have i'm basing a guy who absolutely does not want to talk to a woman that i need to step back and say fine. Your not ready to hear my message. Let me find somebody who can deliver this message instead. And it has been an incredibly humbling experience but astros right branch building addressing the ego saying okay. We're going to set you aside for now. So that i can add you but best for my company. Yep exactly and for my team you know i kind of a big mama bear and so everybody that works with me and for me is is very much my family my kids and i i look at it that way. I go if if i fight this much. Is it benefiting them. And if i lose a job because i really just want somebody to hear me because i'm a one man that's pointless. I'm not doing what i should do for them. So it's been it's been an interesting yeah And what is your hope for. Women in the in the.
"twenty months old" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"In terms of like nerdy out on all of the molecules it can potentially impact longevity and rapamycin was in many ways the poster child for the it p. program because first of all it's hard to get anything to live longer second of all when they were making the formulation for the rapamycin to feed the mice and these were very special mice. These were not your typical crappy lab mice that have no bearing whatsoever to real animals. These are very special type of mice. That are much more akin to real animals and that's very important distinction between what happens in ninety nine percent of miles research which is almost in applicable to humans. And it's why so many drugs that get tested in these b six mice and things like that show some marker of success and they become wild failures beyond the mice. But this was different. They had trouble getting the formulation to work and by the time they finally did the mice were like twenty months old. Which means they're almost at the end of their life. They're like seventy year old sixty five year old mice and they contemplated just scrapping the experiment but they were like screw it. Let's just run it late. So they started feeding the treatment group with rapamycin and the placebo group. Get to continue eating their regular chow. Because it was oral administration yes rapamycin was mixed into their chow. And lo and behold the rapamycin group despite initiating treatment so late in life had a staggering improvement in lifespan. There's been so many it. Ps that have replicated this. I don't wanna misquoted. But something to the effect like a seventeen or nineteen percent improvement in the males or females and eleven to twelve percent in the males and remember the atp used the very rigorous way of assessing this. Which is they're taking a look at total life not just remaining life. It's an even higher bar to clear. How much lifespan. Along gatien happens of course went and repeated. The study administering the dose when they were younger and saw an even greater response. This has been repeated over and over and over again and to my knowledge there is not a single animal. Study that has tested this hypothesis. That has not found on as a result of that's wild which again is very unusual Since it's just replicated over and over and over with replicated non stop what is also interesting is when looking at other markers other interesting things such as vision and hearing and other markers of health span. We continue to see improvements in these things for animals as well as i think we even spoke about before the guy named matt cable line who just interviewed for a second time for the podcast has been studying this in companion dogs and looking at heart function because as you know basically two things kill companion dogs primarily heart failure and cancer and.
"twenty months old" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Since you mention it and you get very quick idea on what rapamycin as we last spoke more bearish more bullish and why i'm a bowl. Does coin rapa hands so what is right by the way i mean i know i know what the diamond diamonds thing but what does it. Where did it come from no idea. No idea where diamond hands comes from. Okay did i missed that somewhere in my my immune econ classes. No i don't think so. So what is rapamycin. Rapamycin is a drug that is a naturally occurring anti fungal agent made by a bacteria that was discovered on easter island back in the nineteen sixties otherwise known as rapa nui right. Rapanui is the correct name for easter island and the bacteria streptomyces hydra scopus which was discovered there by a group of explorers explorers. Maybe the wrong word but people doing sort of medical prospecting a group from montreal. Believe in call nine hundred sixty six. They took a bunch of soil and dirt back from rapanui to the lab in montreal where it's sort of sat there unattended to about five years. A chemist stoop chemists by the name of surrender. Seagal right lamb yeah. He started legal. No and no ponytail so surrendered some really interesting. Chemistry isolated the compound and noticed. It had these really remarkable properties which was it was the most potent antifungal he ever seen or the world had ever seen. Frankly at the time as his son aged tells the story who have gotten to know a little bit. He felt he had basically come onto the biggest blockbuster cure for athlete's foot the world was ever going to know and right about that time the company he worked for closed. Its montreal headquarters. Actually laid people off ordered the destruction of all non-viable compounds and shipped him off to new jersey. In one of the greatest acts of scientific fortuity he did not follow orders and he instead stuck said rapamycin into a little mini freezer that he and his family transported to their new home in new jersey. They kept it in the freezer for many years. Until ultimately another drug company purchased the company he worked for and the new management said. Hey anybody working on anything interesting. He said i'm working on this thing interesting that i haven't looked at in a few years. And they said bring it out. Must've been interesting lawyer. conversation fist. On the not following orders dinner so out came rapamycin which he named mason and mason is typically the the suffix. I guess that we use her. What's the what's the second part of a workout sucks for antimicrobial agents and of course rapa tribute to the rapa. Nui like a zoo throw mason. Correct it quickly became clear that this had remarkable anti proliferative properties so it could stop things from proliferating so that was obviously a big just fungi and in particular it was very effective at making a certain type of lymphocyte which is a white type of white blood cell not proliferate and then basically went down the path eventually pfizer then bought amorous which was the company that bought his previous company whose name i don't even remember at this point. Pfizer ended up pursuing this and it was fda approved in nineteen ninety nine for treatment of organ transplantation so patients that have an organ transplant. Transplanted have to be put on a really heavy regimen of drugs to suppress a part of their immune system called the cellular immune system. That will attack foreign organ. That's what is that called. Host graft not graft versus host is actually when the organ usually. It's in the case of lymphoma or leukemia when someone has a bone marrow transplant and the the graft what they've been transplanted host is. This is this is really host versus graft but traditional sort of rejection actually did a really cool podcast on the topic of transplantation. History with a guy named chris on de and it's i mean i know this subject well but having a discussion with chris really opened my eyes to just what a beautiful story it is. And what. The big breakthroughs were with drug development. And how you know at one point. It was all you could give. People was present his own. And you couldn't save anybody and then you had other drugs like cyclosporin. That were introduced. But then you get into this third generation of amazing drugs like rapamycin that took organ preservation to to a higher level. Now you're not swapping kidneys. How do you know well at least not since the last time you sold one tijuana settle a bat but why would you take rapamycin. I'm skipping ahead. A little bit yes. Let's skip ahead so so ninety nine. This drug comes on the market. For organ rejection and about twelve years later a study gets published by rich miller randy strong colleagues as part of what's called the interventions testing program or the it p which is an amazing nih funded program that tests molecules. That are believed to have a shot at enhancing longevity and it does so in her really really rigorous way probably the most rigorous way we can test small animals of interviewed. Rich miller as well. Probably one of my favorite podcasts. In terms of like nerdy out on all of the molecules it can potentially impact longevity and rapamycin was in many ways the poster child for the it p. program because first of all it's hard to get anything to live longer second of all when they were making the formulation for the rapamycin to feed the mice and these were very special mice. These were not your typical crappy lab mice that have no bearing whatsoever to real animals. These are very special type of mice. That are much more akin to real animals and that's very important distinction between what happens in ninety nine percent of miles research which is almost in applicable to humans. And it's why so many drugs that get tested in these b six mice and things like that show some marker of success and they become wild failures beyond the mice. But this was different. They had trouble getting the formulation to work and by the time they finally did the mice were like twenty months old. Which means they're almost at the end of their life. They're like seventy year old sixty five year old mice and they contemplated just scrapping the experiment but they were like screw it. Let's just run it late. So they started feeding the treatment group with rapamycin and the placebo group. Get to continue eating their regular chow. Because it was oral administration yes rapamycin was mixed into their chow. And lo and behold the rapamycin group despite initiating treatment so late in life had a staggering improvement in lifespan. There's been so many it. Ps that have replicated this. I don't wanna misquoted. But some of the effective like a seventeen or nineteen percent improvement in the males or females and eleven to twelve percent in the males and remember the atp use a very rigorous way of assessing this. Which is they're taking a look at total life not just remaining life. It's an even higher bar to clear. How much lifespan. Along gatien happens of course went and repeated. The study administering the dose when they were younger and saw an even greater response. This has been repeated over and over and over again and to my knowledge there is not a single animal. Study that has tested this hypothesis. That has not found on a result..
"twenty months old" Discussed on Healthy Eating For Kids
"A fifteen minute quoted me and i can take it through the pro now. Let's get to the main part of the show. When should you start worrying about a picky eater. That is probably a number one question. I get asked all the time. And i surprised i haven't covered is on the cars. Let's go in. There are a number of things you need to know. I and that is some big. Eating is perfectly normal and in terms of what is picky. Eating is a really a definition. But it's a behavior where your child is refusing to try new foods but may also be starting to refuse foods that were previously loved and familiar to them. And if that's the case then you want to know where on the spectrum of picky eating is your child sitting at are they on the mile end. Where maybe they still eat a really good variety of foods. But it's just sort of fussing about a few foods. Maybe just a few different foods where they are not interested in or perhaps they are starting to skip some mealtimes but it could be down to just be fatigued or timing of meals and a few jiggles here and there will probably solve issue. There's also something called near phobia. And this is when around the age of twenty muncie usually around anytime from doin months to around twenty months. Babies will start to refuse food. That were previously familiar to them as well. And this is an innate response. If you think back to the evolutionary times babies at this age they may started pick on poisonous berries and so they've learned time to just refuse anything new. That isn't familiar in case it's poisonous as that still built into our babies so initially and that you know twelve months to twenty months old where there may be a little bit suspicious of trying new foods. That's okay that is a phase as long as they are still eating eating a good variety of foods but maybe they just refusing a few things. I wouldn't really worry. They will outgrow that face. Sometimes this face can extend into the more moderate to severe and of picky eating and we know that picky eating tends to peak around the age of three years and when it starts to move from mile picky eating to more of that moderate to severe picky eating where your child is perhaps refusing entire food groups. They and this could be things like protein foods which you know. They are rich in protein but also they often tend to be rich in minerals like iron and zinc which is really important for the normal development of the brain. It can also affect tired. They feel concentration and performance immunity and so on so there is a really important nutrients that we want to make. Sure she'll do get enough fruit. It get enough iron but also say if the excluding entire groups of fruit entire groups of vegetables they really don't eat any vegetables or fruit or perhaps they will eat fruit but won't eat any vegetables and also starting to be fussy about very specific textures. Of what certain foods look like they may be put off by health food smell like and these are some of the early warning signs that you want to think of so. I have put together a little test. Picky eat it has just bring up my computer. You might just he me clicking in the background but these are essentially a list of questions that you can ask yourself to figure out whether now is a time to start seeking help for your child's picky.
"twenty months old" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Hello dana it's it's good to be. I like i like being the the bread to this park. Like you know what i mean. The this podcast beginning in it is night and then the middle is all just just delicious informative. Yeah the interview sandwich. Yeah all right all right all right okay. I don't know i'm so chill today. I think it was the relaxing weekend of everybody. Everything's rad. who go with the good news. Anyway i'm gonna kick us off with the first thing from anonymous here. Just an anonymous submission. I have misheard courtesy of my niece. The stevie wonder classic signed sealed delivered onions. Scienc- delivered onions. Yeah i love it. I mean that's not what it says. Okay good i'm going to pick up the next one. Here too is another short one from anonymous pronouns. He and him my partner sings so confidently without knowing the lyrics. It's impressive really. So when she was singing body lists the other day. I was completely incredulous. How could the line really. I don't think you're ready for this. Jelly i figured she was just inserting words won't turns out that's right and the lyric isn't i don't think you're ready for destiny this jelly cumana for this champion for this chance. All right i do enjoy those. Okay this is from lizzy pronouns. She and her. I have some good news and also a pronoun the town. Okay see what you did. This is going to be tough. Go aged so now. That i hate to now. Do we feel now. That were vaccinated. We feel safe hiring a babysitter to handle our kids. Twenty months old and five months old. So i can get anything else done for two days a week so we got a woman and it was her first day this week in a couple of hours into the day. My son had gotten used to her. Brought his favorite books for her to read to him. One of which is called love makes a family already love this family. It's a really great book. The illustrations are wonderful into picks all kinds of different families including bypass. Lgbtq families bonding dealing with everyday life. And he came back in the room. I babysit told me. She was so relieved to see the book and felt safe to tell us she's married to a woman and the energy in the air secondly dissipated we had a conversation about how it was kind of cultural shock for both of us to move to the smaller town from a bigger one more liberal places from bigger more liberal places so the bigger place. I'm from is santa cruz california. It's beautiful you can always tell a tourist by the way they pronounce two of the places names does in so quo. And i know those aren't right. That's what i would call them. Apoptosis oakwell. it looks like it's app. Toss app toss and hell okay like help. So count without the yeah. that's fantastic. Yeah i would. So i would have been a very santa cruz tourists yeah. I'm sure apt us app. That wasn't too bad. You have to take the next to you.
"twenty months old" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"You kidding. I'm kidding podcast. Might not think this is joe rogan. joe rogan. I'm just wanna go on joe rogan until they is no. I love the listeners. No one's gonna get sacked about a kid drinking water bottle at age four. That's just life. What what would they be. Judging you about just out of curiosity what are the parameters that you are a skirting or something that what what are the norms. You're bending they say to stop well what wendy's doing though water bottle like. I don't think anyone has a problem with that. It's if you're still giving them formula with formula really he's still takes some formula and really you're supposed to stop that amd bottles at age one. Although neither of my kids stopped at one twenty months old tree up his milk bottle all the time. It doesn't people are fucking insane so vain. If when you're saying what are you gonna get judged on. This is how you know that someone is the father of a child and not the mother of a child mothering culture and like the judgement and stuff. It's just like at about literally every if you don't breastfeed if you do formula if you don't if you if you Hug them to sleep or or if you sleep train and it doesn't matter there's no right answer there. Is someone out naturally birth if you have it with an paternal there is someone out. There is a very strong opinion and they make money off their books that they wrote about it. And it's just like it's nonstop. It's like it's crazy. It's wild wild. Wendy are you a member of the private facebook group that i have been talking about nonstop. I'm okay They are. I refused to be in those groups on thousand percent. It's so smart of you to do that. There's i'm not going to go. I've gone into it a lot. But there's just this horrible horrible eastside. La that's not. It has a specific name. Not giving. I'm not offering the name. I know what i'm sure you do. I'm sure you do. It is so ridiculous and toxic. And i hate all the women. Are you gonna type the name in. And i'll tell you whether it's that one but the name might come up on the screen the could come up on a text. I'm fixing it. Okay i could see that okay. Perfect i'm sure you know the hijack this conversation. That's okay it drives me nuts when people care about the stuff. I've met more like have you stop mount to try to get into poop temporarily. Yeah kids has. We switched him to milk entirely because he couldn't. He was having crazy constipation while we give them switch him. Like not not because we didn't want cow's milk he just got so constipated painful. Pooping and like it was wild and then when we switched it got better. So i guess we're searching. Yeah we should try that. Because i was. I had lactose issues when i was little. Maybe he does to. An open is delicious yet. It's very sound that my youngest really set so and then wendy. I also have a question about so. I wanted to know how old he is. He's twenty months became taiwan months..
"twenty months old" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast
"That so so this is everyone's this can help people fast forward through this process only on through And i think that's why you need to find like podcast like this. You need to find a coach defined advocate. You need to find someone. That's going to actually help you shift at least that initial thinking. I remember my medical advocate to me. Okay my first rule for you. Know more google like googling of your medications or googling of anything negative and you know even to this day like this last time going through it. You know how google the medications and the the tri series of things. That i was on are would have been freaked out but towards the end. I said i don't ever want to know what the side effects are. Because i know the power of placebo effect and i don't wanna know that you're gonna tell me i'm going to be fatigued or that. I'm going to be tired. That i to have mouth sores. Because i'd rather it come as a shock and maybe like I'm gonna just keep fighting verses. I'll will tell you how many times when i knew the symptoms of things the side effects. I believed it. And i went right to it. Ah power of the mine huh. It's crazy so talk to me about you. Know your fitness journey. Because i look at that and a lot of times that gets missed aiming you know one of the things that happens you know we have this lifestyle outside of you know being diagnosed right we. We've lived our life a certain way and then we come in and sometimes our our lifestyle and what we put into our bodies prevent us from getting this type of treatments that we need because we can't tolerate it. Okay i mean right. So how did you get into this fitness journey. Well you know i I was a. I was a chubby kid even like i mean at birth. My mom says i was thirty pounds at six months. And i say this because it's super important. If you have children that you grow you know for lack of better word all your fat cells as a child and those go into your old adult life so even the right now the shell that you see of needs only one hundred forty pounds. I still have it all those fat cells that are really predisposed to just gain this way back because that's just sadly the the effects of being a chevy child and so it's why it's so important as for us to really like be careful about that with our kids but you know I grew up. you know chubby. I had struggling. You know my mom was a struggling. Dieter and In my twenties. I got married and i had a little toddler at a no longer. Could make my excuse. It was like the pregnancy weight or the baby weight because he was like two. And i was. You know 'cause that's usually what people say but they'll they'll do it in months. we'll say. Oh my kids. Twenty eight months long or twenty months old and mike. You mean two and a half.
Pandemic Parenting - Will the Kids Be Okay Socially?
"Note. I received on instagram. Hi janet. I'm reaching out to see if you've touched upon. The current isolations are toddlers are having because of it. I have a twenty month old. That has basically had little to no interaction with other kids. And i worry about it. I also try not to be concerned knowing. He is still under too. But i just wanted to know if you've spoken on this. Thank you so much. So no. I don't think i have spoken directly about this and As i said it's the question i've received most since the pandemic so the short answer i have is that the kids will be all right that they will not be harmed in any major way by this pause in pierre socializing And maybe extended family socializing as well and others. Who studied child. Development have said the same that primarily. Children learn social behaviors through their primary caregivers through the relationships. They have with us as their parents. And this begins quite early with i contact communication and then children beginning to verbalize and understand what we're communicating. Social learning is often said probably one of the most complicated nuanced types of learning is quite different than learning multiplication tables or something that's measurable the beginning. Of course there are these these signs that children are on track but as they get older. There is a wide wide. Range of normal temperament comes into play we have extroverts and introverts so there isn't a specific timetable when children should be achieving xyz beyond those really couple of years when when children just starting to to show that they are becoming able communicators. So i would love to take this possible stressor off parents list for now since there are many reasons to be concerned in life and this is not going to be a major problem however there are things that we can do and i would recommend all these things anyway. But perhaps they're even more important in pandemic times when there is more 'isolation and less opportunity for children to practice their social skills with peers and and extended family. And so. I look back on a piece that i'd written a couple of years ago called four best ways to raise children with social intelligence and i notice that as i thought there's only one of these ways that's about children practicing with other children. The rest of them are about primary relationships for example. The first one is. Don't wait to communicate. Start speaking with your baby beginning a two way conversation right away and that doesn't mean we just start talking about the weather and hope that our child will respond. It means talking about pertinent things letting them know when we're doing something with them what we're doing step by step. I'm going to pick you up now. Now we'll go over to change your diaper. Now it's time for the bath. There's the warm water so we will be communicating about meaningful things set. Your child understands that this is important tool that helps you to feel connected to not only the other person but your
"twenty months old" Discussed on Beat Infertility
"Two sure i will try to make a very very long journey brief So we started trying to conceive on our own. And i had a couple of chemical pregnancies right away and sorta flagged me that something was up and my brilliant idea was to have. My husband do a semen analysis. 'cause we thought that was the easiest thing to check and he went and did that basically. We got them back in the mail. And we're like. Oh no this looks like there's something wrong here. Didn't expect that to be the case. So we immediately went and met with our first reproductive endocrinologist. I say i because we ended up seeing to during our journey and switching offices we dove right into ivy f with our i. I had a great retrieval. Everything was sort of going well until we got to. The transfer process became very challenging for me to build a thick enough lining the my lining struggles and saga could fill up two episodes here. I won't go through that. You can hear a little more about that. And the other episode. We got to our first transfer finally after a lot of struggling. And i think i left out. I had a historic copy and had a septum respected. That happened before my first transfer so that was a new little piece of information some polyps removed and so then we got to the transfer. Get the little mixed up. After a couple of years and the transfer was successful but unfortunately ended in a miscarriage that was a pg now. We're calling a pg t normal tested embryo but unfortunately it didn't progress we had what was called a blighted ovum at about seven and a half weeks jumped right into another cycle definitely thought i was pregnant. All the signs and symptoms and that was just a big big fat negative and they started to wonder what was going on with a lots of poking and prodding and tests and we decided to give it one more. Go with that doctor that ari and we try to natural cycle that failed as well and that was our final attempt with them we switched clinics. We did a whole bunch. More testing more historic copies ended up with the do having done five by the end of the journey and they eventually re went back in there and found an adhesion. Probably leftover from a doctor or something that had happened going on in there so he i saw specialist eater specialist. Who fix that. In the meantime we decided to do another retrieval too because we had gone through so many of our embryos. We had a really bad time recovering from that battle. Hss almost ended up in the hospital. Bladder problems for months that it took to sort out. It was really not a fun time in my life and got a forced break. Which i can't kind of recommend enough if you're out there and you're considering taking a break and don't know and you feel stressed even if it's a month it it really made a big difference in me emotionally and getting through those times. We eventually got to our forth transfer with my new doctor. After many many months working with him and that one was successful and had my son and he's now twenty months old so that was our long journey to conceive him. What was the greed of embryo. That became your son. I feel like it was on the lower end. But maybe i'm remembering wrong. Yeah you know. It's interesting he was a day five. Bc embryo which day five. I was told more important than the actual letter grade. That i got kind of a strange answer from the embryologist. You know i've got actually. This is one of my questions that continues to linger. Because i think they have different grading systems and some people place more importance on it than others and some people say. Oh once it's pg t normal don't pay so much attention to the morphology or the the letter greed of it of how it looks. But i still a little confused on on that side of it. But he was a bbc embryo. Day five so again if you're out there and you're feeling like oh no that's not good news there you go. How was your pregnancy with him. After experiencing recurrent pregnancy loss definitely stressful in the beginning. For those of you out there. Who don't know this heather and i work together. Heather was my coach for probably more like the second half of my journey when we started. I wish i had started with you. From the very beginning probably would have saved myself a lot of A lot of things time money emotional hardship but we started working together. It was hard in the beginning. I think you're expecting the worst because there's been so much bad news. I remember like i had a bleeding incident. That was really scary. That heather talked me through everything. Ended up being. Okay and that first trimester. I kind of made a little packed with myself. That i didn't want infertility and loss to rob me of the joy of being pregnant. Which is something. I really look forward to in wanted for so long And i worked with my therapist to work through that anxiety. It's not something that just disappeared. It took active work with somebody and my support system to be able to do that. But i'd say somewhere by like twenty weeks. I was starting to feel really really good about everything and every appointment kind of was going well at that point and so i got again maurice to receive in good news. You know you kind of get used to receiving bad news and then sort of started to switch. That really helped me. You know i can say if. I was continuing to receive bad news and my pregnancy. I don't know that. I would have felt the way i did but we had a really straight forward time. I had symptoms and things and aches and pains and very big baby but it was a really straightforward. Time your delivery of your son did not go very well. I would like to hear that story. And also how. The delivery itself was impacted by your recurrent loss. It did knock go very well probably understatement. It was a little bit like being blindsided on survivor. I was kind of in the best mood. I was so ready to. I was nine as late. I had been in labor on and off.
US lifts Boeing 737 MAX flight ban after two fatal crashes.
"United states lifted a twenty month old. Flight ban on the boeing. Seven three seven. Max on wednesday easing a safety crisis that has left its top exporter with a tarnished reputation and hundreds of idle jets but relatives of crash. Victims denounced the move. Us federal aviation administration. Chief steve dixon signed an order lifting the longest jet grounding in commercial aviation history and the agency released. Final details of the software and training boeing and airlines must complete before carrying passengers. The 737 max crashes in indonesia and killed three hundred and forty six people within five months in two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen in a show of independence. canada and brazil said on wednesday. They were continuing their own reviews but expected to conclude the process. Soon illustrating how the seven. Three seven max. Crashes upended a once. Us dominated airline safety system in which nations large and small for decades moved in lockstep with the faa questions. Remain over how quickly other regulators especially in china will lift their flight bans families of the european crash victims said in the statements. They felt shared disappointment and renewed grief. Following the faa's decision to return the aircraft to service the faa is requiring new pilot training and software upgrades to deal with a stall prevention system called 'em casts which in both crashes repeatedly pushed down the jets knows as pilots struggled to regain control but have the training to know why the aircraft was behaving this way. The faa which has faced accusations of being too close to boeing in the past said it plans in-person inspections of some four hundred fifty seven three seven maxes built and parked during the flight ban which could take at least a year to complete prolonging the jets deliveries investigation reports of faulted boeing and the faa on the planes development and for concealing information about 'em cast from pilots while the justice department criminal probe is ongoing but the toughest call could be getting passengers to fly on the doomed aircraft. Some passengers have suggested they would choose. Never to fly on the seven. Three seven max out of respect for the families of the deceased in protest of boeing's greed and negligence.
Your Purpose is Beauty Mercedes Lyson
"Today's guest is Mercedes Lisin. Mercedes. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on this podcast. You have a podcast called. Your purpose is beauty can be found on your website over L-, more. Ella. Music, DOT com. I wanted to talk to you about this because. Your podcast. Oh, my gosh, it's such a beautiful podcast. Gosh. Thank you. It's one of those shows I tuned in and. Your Voice on that are cast is just so soothing. But at the same time, you're talking about a wide array of subjects that I felt like my listeners would really gel with you're talking about alternative health. You're talking about beauty product. You're talking about. Different sociological things you're talking about house music I am. Yes. I'm very lactic person. So. How did you kind of come into this? Did this sort of? Choose you or did you sort of choose this profession herself? There's a lot to unpack there. So the podcast is really an outgrowth of work that I have been doing since two thousand fourteen when I started a youtube channel and the impetus for that goes back, even a little bit further. I was having some health challenges around two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine. So my my into holistic health and wellness is probably that unique. Unique I feel like a lot of people come into Those proclivities with some sort of health challenge which I had, and at the time I was really kind of unsatisfied with the directions that Western medicine was gonNA take and trying to get a diagnosis. So kind of divine timing on my side. I ended up starting to see an acupuncturist with no real. Background acupuncture I didn't know much about it. It was a friend of a friend and it basically sort of changed my life, which is why I was so excited to hear from you as an acupuncturist because that was really the beginning of my journey into this whole world. So in addition to acupuncture over ten years ago at this point solving might acute health problem. It also instigated as deeper awakening. How just What I can do to engender vibrant house in a sustainable way and I have actually had a very longstanding interest in beauty released since childhood. And I was kind of having this bigger awakening about what my life looked like in lifestyle choices. A lot of that started to coalesce around personal care products in and beauty. So at the time, I was getting into this. This is now like twenty, ten to twenty twelve. There was like a very nascent community of green beauty bloggers, Emin youtubers, and the Internet was I always talk about how different the Internet was back. Then it was just a very different space and blogging in Youtube is. Not, what it is today with rampant influence or marketing and things like that is really this very intimate and helpful community of very like minded and passionate people. So I started learning about all of the problems with a lot of conventional personal care products, and there were these like very small niche fatigues that were opening up mostly online at the time. And I basically just kind of fell in love with this world of Artisanal handcrafted luxury beauty products in the realms skin care makeup body care, and I was also getting very deep into the Youtube Beauty, community? which was like a whole, a whole thing at the time, this is all going on when I was in graduate school as well. So this was sort of my creative outlet at the time and I am someone that has always needed a lot of creative to balance the hyper academic backgrounds that I come from. And I just saw there were not a lot of people that were making content There were a lot of people making beauty content. There weren't a lot of people making videos specifically about organic judy products or clean green. Whatever you. WanNa call it has so many labels. So I had graduated am I earned my PhD in twenty thirteen and in the spring of twenty four team decided to just take the plunge and start recording videos on my I really had no idea how to edit video footage or. How did you any of it? Really, but it was sort of a very soup to nuts process of teaching myself in building kind of a blogger presence for myself through youtube and blogging to some extent. And Yeah. Fast forward. Now, six years I decided that I wanted to add a podcast to my suite of offerings mostly because I have benefited so much from podcasts and I think that there's such an accessible way for. People to consume content and learn and it my my appreciation for podcasts went to this whole other level when I had a baby in November of twenty eighteen. So I'm the mother to amazing twenty month old little boy. But as anyone that has had to be will know you need to be hands free all the time and you get nap trapped I them and you're laying with them for long periods of time and it can be very idle time. So I mean podcasts have just been my companion really on long stroller walks on vk bedtime. Even doing just mundane chores around the. House. And yet. Again, I found that there was not a lot of people in the beauty space podcasting about things that I am interested in personally and listening to
"twenty months old" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Nineteen death of his twenty month old daughter tied W. Martin has admitted that he left his daughter Madison alone in a hot car for forty five minutes well the smoke marijuana at a friend's house in lake Havasu city the today's news Herald says the car's air conditioner was on but at its lowest setting setting it can happen to anyone one valley mother shares the unimaginable story of leaving your child in a hot car I just hope people my daughter died in a car accident there was so much shame around what happened to my for the last ten years don Peabody has dedicated her time to sharing the story over two and a half year old daughter Maya the Arizona he took taken our daughter's life a vehicle that normally what it reminded me that if I left my lights on if I forgot to put my seatbelt on if I needed gas or my tires need rotating did nothing but acts as an oven message look before you lock last year Arizona saw for Arizona hot car deaths at twelve oh seven here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well Bob valley roadways in a little bit rough shape this lunch hour you got bill road west and cave creek down to just one lane there due to some roadwork greenway park where union hills could help you out few crashes of no two including twenty Seventh Avenue and northern this one just in Seventh Avenue south of the seventeen watch out for that almost school and Jermaine we've got some fuel on the roadway there the medical emergency Glendale eastbound just east of I seventy Larry Lewis KTAR news we've got an excessive heat warning through Sunday evening it'll be sunny today and tomorrow today's high one hundred nine clearance seventy eight tonight will climb to one twelve.
"twenty months old" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"There may be no greater job or role than to be a parent of a little baby a precious thing that you've always wanted to have and take care of and we have been reporting in recent months about some of the issues with child protective services in the family court and our next guest is someone who has gone through something that no parent can imagine her name is Rachel Bruno she is from southern California she has got this website living god's promise he is our anchor in the midst of the storm and boy does she have a storm and twenty fifteen when one night she had a baby sitter come in and when she returned home there were some issues that happen there's no better person to tell the story then Rachel her Rachel herself Rachel welcome to America trans thank you for being here and for everything you're doing thank you Amy my pleasure to be on the show you happen to have a background in communications which might just be god's order for this because for someone to happen with someone with a voice like yours so let's just go back to the nine twenty fifteen hours set up what happened and obviously something happened to your little baby and it's a story that no one will forget if they listen right now right well just a little background on myself like you said I have a bachelor's degree in communication I have a master's degree in business and my husband and I were running our own business at the time that we decided to start a family and medically I also have seizures I have epilepsy and one of the main triggers my episodes and sleep deprivation or interrupted sleep so any of the moms out there know that if you have a new born you are not sleeping so my doctor at the time recommended that I get somebody to help me at night so that I can at least get the eight hours of sleep that I needed at night and that's when I decided to hire do so she started watching my son when he was about seven days old and when he was about seven weeks old I just woke up to him screaming at about four o'clock in the morning so you were there when this it wouldn't bring that describe what to do is not some aluminum limit millennials might not know Rachel what a what is under the babysitter and the man who was there yes you called do lo postpartum doulas basically like a night nurse she was there from ten PM until six AM so that I could get my sleep when she was there assisting you you were on the grounds but you weren't you weren't taking care of the child when whatever happened might have happened and I I know you'll you'll tell the story here yeah I was sleeping so I just woke up to him screaming and I remember looking over at the clock on my phone and saying it was four oh six and thinking okay either diaper change or a bottle as soon as we find that it was going right for any parent right right so he started screaming and then he stopped and I'm like okay you know I try to does back off and then he started again and then he stopped again you know this went on for about maybe thirty minutes and so I decided to get up and go down the hallway right open my door go down the hallway to where his nursery was and she had the door partially open she was looking down at him in the crib he was swaddled tell me sign up and she was rocking him like this on the crib and like searching his here trying to calm him down and it wasn't working he was screaming like crazy so she picked them up and put him in like this for position and this whole time I'm standing right there she makes no eye contact with me she doesn't look at me I don't even know if she knows I'm there so once you put some here on her shoulder he stops screaming so I kind of walking in I'm not into the room and I asked her you know that something happens and she tells me I just sent him his model and he's really gassy so I said okay you know fair enough I had an older son at that time and I know babies get gassy and make you scream my crazy mother Cassie and he wasn't settling down making these crazy faces really uncomfortable and I figured I was already awake I was home alone my husband was on a business trip out of state and I had my twenty month old son directly across the hall where he was sleeping at the time so you know last thing I needed was to wake up my twenty month old at four o'clock in the morning so I told her you know why don't you just just leave early and I will take care of the baby from here since you agree now send you sure don't need anything from me and my number okay and Rachel young you know as any parent knows they're they're all kind of things internally that can go with a child that makes him or her wine at night or cry for mommy or Daddy so you at this point back here in twenty fifteen talking to Rachel Bruno this isn't anything that you thought this is a major emergency at this point not at all when I took into my room I own swaddled him to see if there were any signs of rashes if he did have a fever you know anything that we would look for as a parent you know externally and there was nothing externally wrong with him and one thing we learned when we take you know the prenatal classes is the skin to skin contact usually will calm down a baby and that's what I did I answer a lot of him I took office to Gemma's I put him on my chest and he fell asleep on my chest so at that point I figured okay you wanted your mommy and all is well so we both go stop and I didn't wake up again until about seven AM with the same screen the same scream and I Michael okay you know last feeding was four o'clock seven o'clock you're hungry so I try to nurse him at that point and he refuses to last night never had any issues with lasting he was a very good either at that point so I thought it was strange but nothing to the extent that it turned out to be you know I still had a colleague in my head nastiness I was cheated by what she had told me and you're not an experienced mother in fact in the other room you had a twenty month old right yep and I thought point when I try to nurse my seven week old my twenty month old starts screaming no he was a wake up screaming my name at that time he called he figured out how to say my name in Portuguese okay so instead of screaming mommy he was yelling okay so I go into the other room and go I lay down my babies so that I can go get David my twenty month old and as soon as I lay down the baby Lucas he starts screaming again my crazy what is wrong with this kids I go in there and pick him up and I put him in that position and he stops he stops screaming I'm like okay you just want to be held notes I just pulled him and I pick up my twenty month old with the other arm place and on the changing table and start getting our morning routine right so give him the bottle change the diaper I'm doing all this and anytime I would label because down he would just start screaming but if I was holding him he seems to be okay and again my husband was out of town my mom was with her husband who was having cataract surgery that day find this baby would not stop crying you're all alone with against seven seven week old Lucas and then twenty weeks no twenty month old David and you're there alone in your home and and after six hours of nonstop as soon as we thought maybe something isn't right your book Lucas to the ER right right I call the pediatrician first seen on I told him the symptoms and like we can't see him till three o'clock this afternoon and said he's been screaming since four o'clock this morning I need to see someone sure so then she recommended I go to the emergency room and at that point I had texted my mom because I knew something was wrong and I needed somebody to watch my twenty month old so I beg my mom I can please find somebody to pick up you know your husband from cataract surgery so that I can go take a look at the hospital so she came over and we ended up all going to the hospital together and at that point in the car has you know babies like to fall asleep in the car and Lucas was quiet the entire time the entire drive to the emergency room so it looks to me like he was sleeping on my great no I'm here at the emergency room they're going to think you know this over reactive mother brought the baby to the emergency room we got there took him to the receptionist told him the symptoms they.
"twenty months old" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Two there may be no greater job or role than to be a parent of a little baby a precious thing that you've always wanted to have and take care of and we have been reporting in recent months about some of the issues with child protective services in the family court and our next guest is someone who has gone through something that no parent can imagine her name is Rachel Bruno she is from southern California she has got this website living god's promise he is our anchor in the midst of a storm and boy did she have a storm and twenty fifteen when one night she had a babysitter come in and when she returned home there were some issues that happened there's no better person to tell the story then Rachel her Rachel herself Rachel welcome to America trends thank you for being here and for everything you're doing thank you Amy my pleasure to be on the show you happen to have a background in communications which might just be god's order for this because for someone to happen with someone with a voice like yours so let's just go back to the nine twenty fifteen us set up what happened and obviously something happened to your little baby and it's a story that no one will forget if they listen right now right well just a little background on myself like you said I have a bachelor's degree in communication I have a master's degree in business and my husband and I were running our own business at the time that we decided to start our family and medically I also have seizures I have epilepsy and one of the main triggers to my episodes is sleep deprivation or interrupted sleep so any of the moms out there know that if you have a new born you are not sleeping so my doctor at the time recommended that I get somebody to help me at night so like at least get the eight hours of sleep that I needed at night and that's when I decided to hire do a so she started watching my son when he was about seven days old and when he was about seven weeks old I just woke up to him screaming at about four o'clock in the morning so you were there when this it read that describe what to do is that some of the limit millennials might not know Rachel when I went in the the babysitter and the man who was there yes you called do low post partum do less basically like a night nurse she was there from ten PM until six AM so that I could get my sleep she was there assisting you you were on the grounds that you weren't you weren't taking care of the child when whatever happened might have happened and I I know you'll you'll tell the story here yeah I was sleeping so I just woke up to him screaming and I remember looking over at the clock on my phone in saying it was four oh six and thinking okay either diaper change or a bottle as soon as the the time that it was going right for any parent right right so he started screaming and then he stopped and I'm like okay no I try to does back off and then he started again and then he stopped again you know this went on for about maybe thirty minutes and so I decided to get up and go down the hallway right open my door go down the hallway to where his nursery was and she had the door partially open she was looking down at him in the crib he was swaddled on the side up and she was rocking him like this on the crib and like searching his here trying to calm him down and it wasn't working he was screaming like crazy so she picked them up and put him in like this for position and this whole time I'm standing right there she makes no eye contact with me she doesn't look at me I don't even know if she knows I'm there so once you put some here on her shoulder he stopped screaming so I kind of walking and I'm not into the room and I asked her you know that something happened and she tells me I just sent him his model and he's really gassy so I said okay you know fair enough I had an older son at that time and I know babies get gassy and make you scream my crazy mother gassy and he wasn't settling down making these crazy faces really uncomfortable and I figured I was already awake I was home alone my husband was on a business trip out of state and I had my twenty month old son directly across the hall where he was sleeping at the time so you know last thing I needed was to wake up my twenty month old at four o'clock in the morning so I told her you know why don't you just just leave early and I will take care of the baby from here since you agree now send you sure don't need anything from me and my number okay and Rachel your you know as any parent knows they're they're all kind of things internally that can go with the child that makes him or her wine at night or crying for mommy or Daddy so you at this point back here in twenty fifteen talking to Rachel Bruno this isn't anything that you thought this is a major emergency at this point not at all when I took into my room I on slot of him to see if there were any signs of rashes if he did have a fever you know anything that we would look for as a parent you know externally and there was nothing externally wrong with him and one thing we learned when we take you know the prenatal classes is the skin to skin contact usually will calm down the baby and that's what I did on a lot of him I took office began as I put him on my chest and he fell asleep on my chest so at that point I figured okay you wanted your mommy and all is well so we both dozed off and I didn't wake up again until about seven AM with the same screen the same screen when I Michael okay you know last meeting was four o'clock seven o'clock you're hungry so I try to nurse him at that point and he refuses to last night never had any issues with lasting he was a very good either at that point so I thought it was strange but nothing to the extent that it turned out to be you know I still had colic in my head yeah he knows I was greeted by what she had told me and you're not an inexperienced mother in fact in the other room you had a twenty month old right yep and I thought point when I tried to nurse my seven week old my twenty month old starts screaming no he was a wake up screaming my name at that time he called he figured out how to say my name in Portuguese okay so instead of screaming mommy was yelling nine so I go into the other room and go I lay down my baby so that I can go get David my twenty month old and as soon as I lay down the baby Lucas he starts screaming again like crazy what is wrong with kids I go in there and pick him up and I put him in that position and he stops he stopped screaming I'm like okay you just want to be held no Sir I just hold him and I pick up my twenty month old with the other arm place them on the changing table and start getting our morning routine right so give him the bottle change the diaper I'm doing all this and anytime I would label because down he would just start screaming but if I was holding him he seems to be okay and again my husband was out of town my mom was with her husband who was having cataract surgery that day find baby would not stop crying you're all alone with against seven seven week old Lucas and then twenty week no twenty Montel David and you're there alone in your home and and after six hours of nonstop as soon as we thought maybe something isn't right your book Lucas to the ER right right I called the pediatrician first non I told him the symptoms and like we can't see him till three o'clock this afternoon and said he's been screaming since four o'clock this morning I need to see someone sure so then she recommended I go to the emergency room and at that point I had texted my mom because I knew something was wrong and I needed somebody to watch my twenty month old so I begged my mom I can you please find somebody to pick up you know your husband from cataract surgery so that I can go take a look at the hospital so she came over and we ended up all going to the hospital together and at that point in the car has you know babies like to fall asleep in the car and Lucas was quiet the entire time the entire drive to the emergency room so it looks to me like he was sleeping on my great no I'm here at the emergency room they're going to think you know this over reacted mother brought the baby to the emergency room we got there took him to the receptionist told them to send down they did.
"twenty months old" Discussed on KTRH
"Pass those along that tional twos Merion Martinez well being asked questions in Rome vice president Mike pence is he has no idea about the recording live harness made which was about president trump wanting former Ukrainian Bastar Marie of out of itch to be fired well I'm not aware of what what Mister Varma said about the Ukrainian ambassador but I can tell you what what he has said what he said about me has been completely false I I don't recall ever having met Mr promise although I've seen a couple of photographs were apparently he was in my vicinity Texas senator Ted Cruz says liberals of polarize the country and divided Americans center was on the Michael berry show this morning rational Democrats they hate president trump's so much that that if they're all consuming passion there there's nothing else that they seem to care about other than just attacking the president night and day center cruises all American should appreciate the booming economy and low unemployment rate catering to some to for a twenty month old toddler has drowned in a lake and pecan groves fort bend county sheriff says it was in a lake on old south drive in Richmond the first sitting president to address the March for life rally in person promises to keep fighting to end abortion and secure religious liberty we have taken decisive action to protect the religious liberty so important religious liberty has been under attack all over the world and frankly very strongly attacked in our nation president trump says he's being attacked by opponents because the fight so hard for the thousands attending that rally and others around the nation he told the crowd he's appointed conservative judges who will protect the lives of the unborn are your team's petition to move the Superbowl to Saturday goes viral here's Phil Hewlett as of Friday morning about thirty three thousand people have signed a change dot org petition that Frank rich Jerry started the sixteen year old suggested the idea to his parents because millions of Americans call out sick the day after the Superbowl analysts claim the big game costume players nearly three billion dollars some of proposed making the Monday following a Superbowl a national holiday but regenerate is leading the push for a super Saturday rockets are in Minnesota pregame at six on sports talk seven ninety the tip off is it seven here on K. T. R. H. the Dow is down one fifty seven nasdaq down seventy nine S. and P. five hundred down thirty five oil at.
"twenty months old" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Twenty twenty points just fascinating to me then and it's twenty twenty months old yeah agent Hey what are you the me and my earliest memories of putting the day had a piece of paper when I was in school but what are some of the trends that you that you're saying probably one of the bigger ones that we ran into the probably last within the last five years is swimming pools really seems like a lot of clients that we've been working with have been it's been swimming pool projects so we work closely with a few pool builders yeah the end their hand and the couple of the ones that we work with you know there too there are already booked out for the year just about really so yeah yeah I mean people are really really wanting those sweet polls and it's it's just amazing you know living in Wisconsin signal right yes Debbie comical views three weeks I'm sure okay but it's a it is if nothing else it's just it's just beautiful I mean there's nothing like yeah I think I talked about this meeting with Jim have the last week but we're talking about sending out and having a cocktail Ron sundown time and you got a pool there and it's just it's reflecting the this beautiful wonderful you have to worry about freezing right yeah I mean it's almost like a like a water feature exactly not when you're not using it that since this is kinda neat feature and and typically you know when we design a will have spaces directly adjacent Tom at the the grill station are like a pergola that's on our list as well okay street kind of structure it's basically like I said before bring in billion it's like the inside coming out with any of the TV's and all that sort of thing you can do for and they're made for that yeah right almost like a destination spot well yeah it is yeah becomes your vacation yeah US at audio have have a so I have some clients that are pretty news really slick audio systems outside you know the speakers at look like like like like you know like bollards right so it's gonna and and I had one problem working on it's a light slash speaker you know so you can you can have two things in one in this city it's amazing quality sound to it so it's like being in a in a studio so envy of a hill you can put the speakers up there yes Sir it drifts over while you're sitting on the line having your **** I'm like come keep coming back to who worry about that the yes so those are some of the things that that that that people can do what else are they doing that you're noticing more walk I mean we're also doing water features is another big right more than just a pool yes a water feature could be what could be as simple as bubbling boulder as extravagant as a pond with water cascading waterfalls mentioned the idea or sometimes even tie into the pool Joan also we've done some in the past for you may have a spot next to the to the pool and on the face of this by you could have you know kind of like a spill over cool it smaller kind of you know kind of a a wave the chemicals into the pool uhhuh and that's kind of a a nice water features on it thank you yeah now and then then they have these jets as well over the calamity jets your conduct shoot out of the pool deck and and up in your pool and more hi like the thing in the hot tub yeah yeah pretty similar sort of that and we've done on in the past where we had a pergola next to a pool and and the carpenter in the pool builder kind of came up with this idea of having this water sheet kind of water curtain that that what kind of fell out of the of the pergola into the pool also kids love that is to jump through the the water curtain and all yeah it's like being a Wisconsin Dells yeah it's pretty it's pretty amazing what they can do now is soon you know after years so it's a cheaper than the Dells yeah yeah probably the what what do you have to worry about it our climate when you're having an outdoor pool an in ground pool well he had I don't think there's really too much to worry about I think it's just it's just you know having the the pool shut down for the year and then fired back up you know in spring I'm usually drain pools would you leave the water in the Atlanta water stays in it yeah yeah yeah thanks you don't have to worry about that anymore I think it's a star it's just kind of a feature that searches of the make sure that you take care of and a lot of our clients will have the pull companies you'll come and take care of him right you know the because there's there's no chemicals it yet the you know is make sure the right balance on the chemicals as well well it's a lot easier to have somebody come out and do it yeah yeah I hear you if you like to do that sort of thing is you know it doesn't take that much time it's just that you pay attention right yeah I don't think it's ever gets too overwhelming but up to something that's you know added to the list of stuff you have to you know watching when you want to get on your fall schedule what is the number they call we call office two six two three nine two three four four four what's more a little slower two six two three nine two three four four four or on the web at W. W. W. dot seasonal services dot com looking at the clock and he is just about twelve thirty so okay what was going to the twenty four hour WTMJ user and hear from Alex Kroll Alex thank you very much Jim not a ton of power outages out across Wisconsin right now is.
"twenty months old" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And for me this whole story really shifted when I started spending some time with destiny barber's twenty two year old daughter you know as you see I like to talk even though destiny's mom was doing all sorts of drugs during her pregnancy and the doctors told Barbara that destiny was going to be mentally and physically delayed not feeling the way I'm sorry she just isn't could you just tell us like what you are doing now you're finishing college right I'm almost done I'm graduating in December and right now I'm student teaching so that's fun but the moment I really felt like whoa whom started talking about the little baby that we hear in the background of everything that's my little girl she's twenty months old should be two in January her name's Clea and she's a complete not nor she gets that from a home were you planning to have cleaned up she wasn't scared you know they say it only takes one time all yep that is so true one time and I months later it's embarrassing but I believe everything happens for a reason I didn't plan on it but I would take her back for anything because she made me better I want her to be able to look back on her life one day maybe when she's getting interviewed I don't know and be able to say that yes my mom was there for me one hundred percent without a doubt and the master list and I'm making it work I'm gonna graduate with honors in one day I'm gonna be able to tell her look I did this you can do this like push yourself you got it to her like I matter like I make a difference to her we can stop hi so we did stop and I picked up my stuff is pretty much done and Barbara destiny walked me out to my car Khalifa came to that had basketball for her.
"twenty months old" Discussed on Conversations With Russ
"We invite them over to cookouts but the mother of course in the father they were on substance abuse. So i would go pick up two of the children to bring them to play with my children because very over protective of my children play with so one day when i went to get them. The mother had been misinformed while so i brought them home to contact with the vision of family service and they came out checked out my home and allowed me to take in the two children and then a couple of months later my legal goddaughter came over for the summer and again phone call it. Her mother had passed so i told her that she go into with a grandmother and grandfather michigan and that her life would be different because also they will also on substance abuse and what happened with. That is when the grandparents admit me. They told me they couldn't take care of them. So here i was to take care to more. Then i got three more of the banks children. Division ex me to take on three more of the children and it goes on and on. I can stay here all day talking but what happened. Is these children had children okay. And they were young and they didn't know anything about being a mother so it was something that i had to do to take care of these babies and i love them. I've had one for eighteen years another one going on seventeen years another one is going on fourteen and it goes on and on but the one that touches. My heart mostly is chase chases. Twenty months old. He'll be twenty one months next month and my son called me and says mom. My sister-in-law had a baby a nice. It's a little boy mom. she doesn't want him. I said well kim to me. He said no mom. You have so much on your plate now. He says i don't do this to you. I beg him. Please let me have chase. No twenty minutes later i get a phone call from division and youth and family service that am i interesting chase and i said yes i am and a month later jas came into a lifestyle And it's been such a joy. Yes such chew. I thank god. I remember christmas eve. F i got back from north carolina to go pick chase up sitting there holding him thanking god for this beautiful life he has put into our home and the children love him so much and so i got into being a grandmother caring because i care about children. I care about their lives. I want them to prosper. You know all of my children come from. Broken homes have a ups and downs. But i'm going to be the oh for them to the in they man. God that's you yes. Yes yes yes when you know. You're not is my purpose. And if i had to do it all over again can change anything and i would take in more. I can tell you that. Yes that is beautiful. Yes you did share that you wanted to adopt every one of them. That's my that's my greatest joys to adopt them so they can have my name because sometimes some of them don't have my name and they said why can't we be smith now. Five and four them are smith but the other three on missiles with. I think this would bring closure to these children. Knowing that they belong they have a family. You know and It would be the greatest joy of my life champion. How many how many kids do you have in your home in my home right now. They're seven seven kids. Yes and you say..
"twenty months old" Discussed on KOMO
"Twenty month old baby in Redmond serves as a reminder to us window stops. Dr Brian Johnston is the chief of pediatrics at Harborview and says every year thirty to fifty kids tumble out of windows in our area, and you can stop it from happening. All we have to do is at here the window stopped to the pain push it on. It's very sturdy. Okay. Kids not going to be able to pull that off. And yet the window won't open across the nation about five thousand kids fall out of windows every year Harborview and the King County sheriff's office are sharing the safety information as open window weather roaches. New number show. The Seattle area is filling up new apartments faster than any other spot in the country. Here's komo's Bill O'neil with more. The numbers may not be a good sign. For tenants hoping to see monthly rents fall. Analysts suggest to sign housing is catching up with the areas construction, boom the Seattle times reports most of the renters are focused on the city's central area, which includes south lake union in first hill while Bellevue and Redmond are also quickly filling apartments the peak of new apartment openings is sent to arrive this summer one study shows about eighty percent of all new units are studios or one bedrooms, the most in the country among major cities Bill O'neil. Komo news. Anew psychiatric department at Everett's providence regional medical center is hoped to fill gaps in the healthcare network. Come owes. Eric Heintz has details. The Colby campus facility would help people who suffer from physical and mental health issues at the same time. Providence administrators tell the Everett herald, the new department would be better for patients and caregivers and what he's pressure and other departments within the hospital would have twenty four beds and facility would add to the three. Existing psychiatric hospitals in Snohomish county construction is expected to begin next year with the goal of opening in twenty twenty one. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. It could still be a few. Two years before they're ready for clinical trials on patients. But researchers at Oregon Health and science university say a scientific breakthrough good provide new hope for millions of people living with multiple sclerosis MS. They've developed a compound that stimulates to stimulates repair rather of the protective sheath myelin sheath that covers nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord in MS that she becomes damaged. They took mice genetically engineered to have symptoms of MS and injected them with a compound that led to repair of that damaged mile cover some of the mice showed almost complete recovery. So results are promising MS affects essentially the central nervous system causing the immune system to attack healthy tissue in the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves some nurses say if a last minute amendment to a Bill that was proposed to help them move forward. They may be forced to change careers. The original Bill protects breaks and meals for nurses who typically work three twelve hour days a week but the amendment limit. It's shifts to only eight hours a day registered nurse summer. Fix says, those long shifts are what many nurses like about their job. And that allows us to be with our kids be with our families take vacations. The Washington state hospital association has also come out against the amendment. Senator Maureen Walsh offered it. We're waiting to hear back from her office. State lawmakers have just passed another Bill designed to protect orcas on Thursday. The legislature passed Bill fifteen seventy eight to help protect our orca whales from an oil spill right now, we're told there are seventy five orcas left, traveling between Washington and British Columbia that Bill requires oil tankers embargoes have a tugboat escort them through these straits of the San Juans the thinking is that if a ship or barge gets in trouble that tugboat can quickly to safer places, and instead of risking it running aground and causing an oil spill that Bill is in response to the recommendations by these southern resident orca task force. Our state is actually a hub for moving oil here on the west coast. That's almost there. Zahn reporting and a legend of the SuperSonics basketball team is entering the hall of fame in September. But I was honored by lawmakers in Olympia yesterday Jaksic remembered as part of the team's turn around forty two years ago, which eventually sent the Sonics to the NBA finals and the nineteen Seventy-nine championship game proudest of my career's. How many minutes how many games I've played? I showed up every day. Sick retired in nineteen Ninety-one his induction into the hall of fame September sixth. It's twelve ten and we check sports at ten and forty past the hour. The Mariners gopher back to back wins in southern California tonight. Tom hutler with more from the Harley exterior sports desk after snapping a six game losing streak with a more difficult than necessary. Eleven ten win over the angels last night. The Mariners play game two of the series. Tonight. Marco Gonzalez has the chance to become the first five game winner in major league baseball as advantage. Take on the angels in Anaheim game. Two of that four game series part of a six game road trip coming up Sunday. The Sounders pay a visit to L A F C the team with the most points in the Western Conference in Major League Soccer. The Sounders are undefeated, however and asked if he was excited about the upcoming contest. Coach Brian Schweitzer said not exactly excited. I am looking forward to the game and won. So sure exciting who choose a different perspective. I know the players.
"twenty months old" Discussed on KOMO
"At the forty four local chase Bank branches in a six fall department complex since a twenty month old toddler to the hospital, plus NC Romero sound transit clears one more step among many before we get to ride light rail to Federal Way after ABC news. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. A bit of a scare for the passengers and crew of American Airlines flight three hundred Airbus A three Twenty-one apparently struck something on takeoff from New York. Kennedy bound for Los Angeles and made a safe emergency landing back at Kennedy passenger Scott Lahser the oddest weirdest. I had ever had in my life. And I traveled with is damage to the jetliners port side wing the Federal Aviation Administration suspects. It hit a runway light assembly as it was departing appearing before congress attorney general William Barr declared he believes there was unwarranted spying on the Trump campaign. This is exactly what the president wanted him to say house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff attorney general response simply doing looking out for the puck interest. And I think his comments really were at the service to the hardworking minute women at the FBI lawyers for former Obama White House counsel Garrett. Greg Craig say, they expect him to be charged in a foreign lobbying investigation that grew out of the Russia probe in a statement. They call the prosecution a misguided abuse of prosecutorial discretion. British Prime Minister Theresa may says the European Union has extended the Brexit deadline to. October thirty first a six month extension, but there is an early exit clause allowing Britain to exit sooner if lawmakers agreed to a plan based says she wants to leave as soon as possible in December Ford, recalled.
Jason Nathanson, Rafael and Carmen discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Abc entertainment news here's jason nathanson we're going to form a super duper that's all too is looking at it opening weekend in the hundred thirty one hundred fifty million rain john the higher end then it'll have the best opening weekend of all time for an ra movie a record set by the original in two thousand sixteen also opening this weekend from what i hear this book is quite stimulating star studded senior comedy book club maybe ten million and the canine comedy show dogs should open below that it's hannah she's in two of the net flicks phenomenon thirteen reasons why dropped this morning on the streaming service in fan anticipation and certainly high reviews have not been kind the mtv show catfish has been suspended after sexual misconduct allegations against executive producer nev schulman mtv says it's investigating a woman who appeared on the show says showman sexually harassed her he denies the claims birthdays friday one hit wonder martikan turns fifty on jason nathanson alec and hilario baldwin or parents again the couple announced the birth of their fourth child together yesterday sharing a photo of them and their new son on social media he joins his brother's twenty month old leonardo and two year old rafael and his sister carmen who's four in the rapidly growing baldwin clan alex is also father to twenty two year old ireland baldwin from his previous marriage to actress kim basinger well today's the day the copper river salmon plane is on its way from alaska to seattle this alaska airlines flight left cordova should be arriving at sea tac airport a few minutes before seven o'clock this morning it looks like slightly delayed by the way last year these time.