Stefanie Wilder Taylor

Co-Host of the parenting podcast “For Crying Out Loud” and author of the book “Naptime is the New Happy Hour.”

Guest

New Mom (Simon & Schuster 2006) and Naptime Is the New Happy Hour: And Other Ways Toddlers Turn Your Life Upside Down (Simon & Schuster 2008) which were based on her prominent blog "Baby on Bored" that has been entertaining thousands of mothers since 2005.
On television she acts as the go-to parenting expert for NBC's "The Today Show" where she has appeared numerous times giving practical humorous advice. She's also been featured on Dr. Phil, Your World with Neil Cavuto and even Oprah (via taped interview but she's still hoping to one day sit on the couch!). As a comedian she has performed on Make Me Laugh, Evening at the Improv, Comedy Central. Her third book, It's Not Me, It's You: Subjective Recollections of a Terminally Optimistic, Chronically Sarcastic and Occasionally Inebriated Woman is out July 2009. Stefanie keeps herself very busy with twin toddler girls, a preschool age daughter and an active online poker addiction.

Stefanie Wilder Taylor on KCRW

In our  parenting roundup : How do parents talk to other parents about the hot-button issue of vaccines? Also, a study says HPV vaccine doesn’t encourage promiscuity.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Vaccines

In our parenting roundup : How do parents talk to other parents about the hot-button issue of vaccines? Also, a study says HPV vaccine doesn’t encourage promiscuity.

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A Maryland family is being investigated for letting their kids walk home from the park. The distance was about one mile, and the kids were 10 and 6 years old.

Kids Walk Home Alone

A Maryland family is being investigated for letting their kids walk home from the park. The distance was about one mile, and the kids were 10 and 6 years old.

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Kids and Their Screens

Let’s face it, parents: We’re often well-meaning hypocrites. We’re on our electronic devices 24/7, but we freak out when our kids spend hours on screens.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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