Since December, I’ve been hosting a radio show on Pocono 96.7 FM. It’s about 15 minutes long, and it’s all about parenting in the Poconos and beyond. It’s part of The Gary Cee Morning Show, and Gary produces the show and co-hosts it.
Every week, I dig through the most popular mom topics of the week and also look for events and resources that could be of interest to moms.
I’m on 15 weeks of doing the show! It will air tomorrow (Monday, March 14) at 7 am on Pocono967.com or on your FM dial if you’re in the Pennsylvania Poconos, or NJ/NY within 50 miles, give or take, of Stroudsburg, PA.
Here is week 14 (last week’s Mom Report) — I was thinking I’d post the written out versions of The Mom Report so that moms out there could visit and reference them with ease, as there are so many great tips and links in each one.
Here is the Facebook page, where I post the audio link every week:
Here is week 14’s audio link (direct link):
Below is week 14’s written report.
Questions? Email me at TheMomReportShow@gmail.com.
THE MOM REPORT
Report #14–Monday March 7, 2022
The Mom Report is sponsored by Sango Kura in Delaware Water Gap — PA’s only sake brewery, Kitchen Chemistry bakery, who help create sweet memories and SJB Diagnostic Screening, helping you take control of your health.
SEGMENT 1: SAVING MONEY FOR COLLEGE
- It’s crazy to think that before your baby is born is not too soon to start saving for college. In fact, it could save you thousands in the long run.
- According to SavingForCollege.com, for a child born this year, parents should save at least $250 per month for an in-state public four-year college, $450 per month for an out-of-state public four-year college, and $550 per month for a private non-profit four-year college, from birth to college enrollment. That hurts my wallet and my uterus.