Posts in Baby & Toddler
Everything You Need to Know About Sleep: Parents With Babies Age 0-5 Months

As a first time parent, I read whatever I could get my hands on about “how to get my baby to sleep through the night” and how to “sleep train” a baby. It took actually having a baby to make me realize that there is not a one-size-fits-all approach and that each parent’s appetite for sleep training is unique. I had the opportunity to sit down with Erica Shane, a certified gentle sleep coach who has studied and apprenticed with childbirth experts and leaders all over the world for the last 18 years. Read on for the only sleep tips you’ll need for your newborn!

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3 Positive Language Strategies for Parents: How to Approach Challenging Moments

The way we speak to and around our children directly impacts the way they feel about themselves and how they interact with others. Modeling positive language for our children, especially during challenging moments, enables little ones to communicate their wants and needs effectively. Read on for 3 strategies to try the next time you encounter a challenging parenting moment.

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Sleep & Five Positive Parenting Tools

Sleep is not a luxury. It is a necessity. Maybe your family is like ours.  We require sleep to live a happy, relatively harmonious life.  We don’t buy into this “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” mentality or accept that not sleeping is normal for children or adults.  In this article, I’ll explain how sleep affects behavior (with a very personal example) and and how we can integrate positive parenting and sleep habits so you can keep the whole family happy!

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Threenagers: Sense and Insensibility- How to Deal With Toddler Meltdowns

Raising toddlers can be challenging. Trying to understand the brain of these adorable, loving, but sometimes stubborn and irrational little people can be like trying to unravel the mysteries of the cosmos. In this article, we’ll explain why toddlers are not rational like to be in control and leave you with a Three Part Prescription for Dealing with Toddler Behavior. Do yourself a favor and read on!

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