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Being a mom isn't easy. It's the toughest job there is and it doesn't come with instructions. So, we want to lend a hand and help moms everywhere. Because it's ok if you don't have all the answers, we'll figure it out together. This is Mom Brain with Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz.

Being a mom isn't easy. It's the toughest job there is and it doesn't come with instructions. So, we want to lend a hand and help moms everywhere. Because it's ok if you don't have all the answers, we'll figure it out together. This is Mom Brain with Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz.
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Being a mom isn't easy. It's the toughest job there is and it doesn't come with instructions. So, we want to lend a hand and help moms everywhere. Because it's ok if you don't have all the answers, we'll figure it out together. This is Mom Brain with Hilaria Baldwin and Daphne Oz.






Mindfully Navigating Tech and Parenting with Nancy Colier

Nancy Colier holds many titles. She's a psychotherapist, an interfaith minister, author, mindfulness educator, relationship coach, plus a wife and mom of 2 girls. Her most recent book is 2016's The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World. You may have seen her featured on Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, RT America, and the New York Times. Nancy is also a regular blogger for Psychology Today. This episode of Mom Brain is all about technology and children. How we...


Seeing Is Believing - Eye Care For Our Kids With Dr. Emily Ceisler

It's time to talk about eye care for your children. Dr. Emily Ceisler is a board certified pediatric ophthalmologist and strabismus surgeon in a private practice in Manhattan. Emily has a medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed her residency in ophthalmology at Harvard’s Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. She performs pediatric eye surgery at NYU Medical Center and the New York Eye & Ear Infirmary. In this episode Dr. Ceisler covers a lot of ground. Things get technical...


Preschool Primer with Teacher, Jeanné Graham

For over a decade Jeanné Graham has been a preschool teacher in New York City for children between the ages of 3 and 5 years old. She is a practitioner of the Reggio Emilia approach which is based on children learning in a self-directed curriculum. In this episode, Jeanné talks about how she handles conflicts in the classroom between students and the dynamics between teachers and parents. She explains how she deals with kids saying bad words and how she doesn't encourage younger children to...


Don't Dread the Dentist with Dr. Ruby Gelman

Dr. Ruby Gelman is a Pediatric Dentist in private practice in New York City and has been practicing for 19 years. Dr. Gelman is a member of the New York County Dental Society where she serves on the Board of Directors as the Chair of the Public and Professional Relations Committee, and leads the Society’s community service efforts in children’s dental health. This episode is all about answering questions regarding kids and teeth. How often should you buy new toothbrushes, when should your...


Nurses Are A Mom's Best Friend With Maternity Nurse Katie Verbesy

Nurses play a HUGE and very important role for every mom, and there are many different kinds. Labor/Delivery nurses help during the actual labor of the birth and delivery. Then postpartum nurses help after the baby is born in helping new moms recover both physically and prepare emotionally for motherhood. Katie Verbesy is a maternity nurse who helped Hilaria with 3 of her postpartum experiences. Together Katie and Hilaria discuss the plethora of things that moms go through and should...


Sarah Thomas' Food Adventures for Picky Eaters

Part of Sarah Thomas' day is curating the wine at a fancy Manhattan restaurant while the other part is filled with getting kids to try diverse food. Sarah is the co-founder, Chief Imaginator, and Story Chef at Kalamata’s Kitchen, which is both a successful children's book series and organization that aims at transforming picky eaters into adventurous ones. Sarah has written 3 Kalamata's Kitchen books which deals with the young protagonist going on food-based adventures. Sarah deals with...


Dr. Arash Akhavan Is Back With Skin Health Tips For Summer And Beyond - Dermatology Part 2!!!

Dr. Arash Akhavan is back and schooling us on skin health! If you missed our first episode with Dr. Akhavan, you should scroll down and check it out, because it was chock full of information from our favorite Dermatologist. So much, that we couldn't fit it all into one episode, and we had to invite him back for part 2. He is a board certified dermatologist who founded the Dermatology and Laser group in Manhattan and started the product line, Mod Skin NYC, but his biggest claim to fame is...


Elizabeth Chambers Hammer is a Baking Boss Mom

Elizabeth Chambers Hammer has had a busy and eclectic career. She's been a journalist, tv personality, model, actress, entrepreneur, and much more. You've seen her on E! News, and as a judge on Cupcake Wars. In 2012 at the age of 28 she opened Bird Bakery first in San Antonio then in Dallas. She's no simple figurehead, she's a hands on boss baker. Oh and she's the mother of 2 children and wife of actor Armie Hammer. Elizabeth discusses the hard work that goes into starting a business while...


You Asked We Answered - Mom Mail #5 (What Probiotics/Vitamins Should I Give My Kids???)

It's been a while since we had an episode of Mom Mail where Hilaria and Daphne answer your questions, so we decided to go through our stock pile of emails and picked out some of our favorite ones from the Mom Brain Tribe! We covered how to curb tantrums and breaking bad habits like bad words and nose picking. Plus, vitamins and probiotics to give to our little ones and probiotics for moms postpartum. Topics Covered: Products Mentioned: Flushin' FrenzyVitamin D Liquid DropsGaia Kids...


We Had Some Serious Mom Brain With Christy Carlson Romano

If you're a child of the late 90s or early 2000s, you've probably seen Christy Carlson Romano as Ren Stevens in Disney's Even Stevens, or as the voice of Disney's Kim Possible, among many other shows. She's still doing her thing but now she's doing it as a mom of 2. Christy joins Hilaria and Daphne to talk birth plans, C-sections, married life, raising kids in show business, and so much more. Plus, rat infestations, walking the red carpet while 2 centimeters dilated and Christy's new...


Boobs, Boundaries and The Facets of Marriage With Sara Foster

Sara Foster is an actress, producer and Co-head of Creative at Bumble Biz, along side her sister Erin. You may remember her from her acting days as Jen Clark on the 90210 reboot, or from her and her sister Erin's show Barely Famous. This mom of 2 now helps women network and connect on the Bumble Biz App. Sara bares it all with Hilaria and Daphne, and together they discuss the intricacies of husband and wife relationships before and after children, and dating life vs married life. Plus, the...


Conscious Parenting With Dr. Shefali Tsabary

Dr. Shefali Tsabary gives her audience a whole lot to think about. It's not by accident she is an Oprah approved bestselling author. Dr. Shefali is a clinical psychologist, international public speaker, and author who combines Western psychology and Eastern philosophy. She is the author of The Conscious Parent, Out of Control, and most recently The Awakened Family. Talking with Hilaria and Daphne, Dr. Shefali explains what conscious parenting is and how it can alleviate suffering. Plus,...


Lindsay Price On Why Adoption Is So Important

If you're a child of the 90s, you probably remember Lindsay Price after she joined the cast of 90210 in 1998, or prior to that when she made a name for herself in both "All My Children" and "The Bold and the Beautiful." Most recently she played Camille in 2 seasons of "Breaking Up Together." In 2008 she starred in the NBC drama, "Lipstick Jungle." Inspired by her mom's harrowing adoption story in South Korea, Lindsay is an adoption advocate and works with AdoptTogether to spread awareness...


Being The Odd Mom Out With Jill Kargman

This is a no holds barred conversation with writer/actor/producer Jill Kargman. She is the creator and star of the scripted comedy Odd Mom Out, which aired 3 seasons on Bravo. On Odd Mom Out, Jill plays a satirical version of herself navigating the hilarity of raising children on the Upper East Side in NYC. She is a New York Times best-selling author of multiple books and mom to Sadie, Ivy, and Fletch. Jill is also a performer with the Upright Citizens Brigade improvisational and sketch...


We Talked Self Care With Dr. Lara Devgan - It's The Plastic Surgery Episode!

Whether it's child birth or breast feeding, it's no secret being a mom wreaks havoc on our bodies, and many moms look to plastic surgery for self care. Whether it's breast rehabilitation or a simple facial filler, if you've ever thought about seeking help from a plastic surgeon, this is the episode for you! Dr. Lara Devgan is a board-certified, plastic & reconstructive surgeon and one of the most sought after doctors in NY. She has degrees from Yale, Johns Hopkins Medical School and has...


Danielle Walker Taught Us About Healing

We learned so much about healing both physically and emotionally from NY Times Best Selling Author, Danielle Walker. At 22 she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and after a plethora of medications that did more harm than good, as well as almost dying on 3 separate occasions, she decided to make dietary changes to end her suffering. This was the impetus behind her cookbook series and blog Against All Grain, which is the platform she uses to share her life and paleo inspired recipes, to...


Embracing Our Imperfections With Designer Jenni Kayne

We're talking mom fashion with designer, entrepreneur and mother of 3, Jenni Kayne. She started her self-titled fashion label in 2002 at the age of 19. As a designer she has inspired moms all around the country to embrace the chaos of motherhood and not seek out perfection, and in doing so becoming effortlessly California chic. Check outJenni's new book titled, "Pacific Natural: Simple Seasonal Entertaining". Hilaria, Daphne, and Jenni talk mom fashions, mom anxiety, the secret to...


We Tackle Picky Eaters With Pediatric Nutritionist Jill Castle

If you've got picky eaters, this is the episode for you. Get ready to take some notes because we're joined by Jill Castle, childhood nutrition expert, author, speaker, and consultant with 27 years of experience as a pediatric nutritionist. She runs the Nourished Child blog and podcast, and has written numerous books on the topic. In addition to her work she is a mother of four herself. Hilaria, Daphne and Jill breakdown various exercises and methods to get your kids to try new foods and...


#MotherhoodUnfilitered: Mommy Fears And Insecurities With Dr. Alexandra Sacks

Alexandra Sacks M.D. is a renowned Reproductive Psychiatrist and the leading expert on “matrescence,” the developmental transition into motherhood. She's the co-author of What No One Tells You: A Guide to Your Emotions From Pregnancy to Motherhood and the host of the Motherhood Sessions podcast. Together Hilaria, Daphne and Dr. Sacks discuss the realities of transitioning into motherhood and how it's completely normal (and expected) for every mom to be unprepared for the emotional and...


We Talked All Things Head Lice With The Founder Of Hair Fairies

If your kids have had head lice, you know the tough task that is the process of removing them. If you have yet to experience this right of passage as a parent, then this is the episode for you! Hilaria & Daphne are joined by Maria Botham, President and founder of Hair Fairies a chain of clinical salons dedicated to the removal of head lice. Hair Fairies features a range of natural, non-toxic products that treat and remove head lice. Maria has been ridding kids of lice for 20 years and she...