This week the guys are back and better than ever and talking about the controversial topic of Sleep Training. What have they done with Bryce and Peyton? What other methods are out there? Join in on the candid conversation and go behind the scenes with your favorite dads!
We had a question from a Badass listener about delayed low milk. What does delayed low milk mean anyway? Delayed after birth or delayed when the baby is a few months old? We will answer this question and give suggestions to help. Don't miss this week's episode!If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:Define delayed onset low milk [6:25]Message from a listener [7:20]Things we overlook [9:05]Supplementing [12:50]Overfeeding [13:27]Sleep training [14:18]BF U.S.A and early feeding [15:49]Primary and secondary low milk supply [20:18]Medical reasons for delayed low milk supply [23:00Feeding on one side because of gas? [25:19]Suggestions to help [28:40]Tongue tie [32:41] Episode is sponsored by Silverette and Fairhaven HealthLinks to information we discussed or episodes you should check out!https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/native-breastfeeding-week-interview-with-jasha-lyons-echo-hawk/https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/081-not-signs-of-low-milk-supply/https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/is-it-low-milk-supply/https://breastfeedingusa.org/content/article/losing-your-milk-what-seems-dwindling-milk-can-actually-be-normal-changes-baby-and-y Set up your consultation with Diannehttps://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/Follow our Podcast~https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.comDianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
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Sleep is SO important for your health, and you definitely don't get much of it with a newborn. BUT that doesn't mean it has to equate to years and years of no sleep!In this episode, I talk about how sleep training our first baby completely transformed our life, and why we are most definitely planning on doing it with our second! Let's dissect the pros and cons, and what you can expect if you choose to consider taking this path!Hope that this episode helps you!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Baby Sleep Trainer (Natalie Willis)https://instagram.com/babysleeptrainer?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Taking Cara Babies https://instagram.com/takingcarababies?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=MORE INFO: The Doctors Bjorkman (The video below gives great research data on sleep training and expands the info given in my podcast episode. I highly recommend checking it out!!)https://youtu.be/KUIWt80Ef9gCONNECT WITH ME!INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/jess.kohlman/WEBSITE: https://faithfullyfitmotherhoodandwellnessinc.mykajabi.com/FREE WEEK OF STRENGTH BUILDING WORKOUTS & NUTRITION + MINI-TRAINING: https://faithfullyfitmotherhoodandwellnessinc.mykajabi.com/offers/w7vFTDXd/checkout
Are parents just more interactive nowadays or have they always been dressing up with their kids? Mike has a couch specifically for Michael that you can build into forts and it's amazing What even is sleep training? I don't know what the arguments against sleep training are, but you're crazy if you just don't try and don't sleep for years on end.
Eva Klein will likely save your sanity!Have you ever walked through the day like a sleep deprived zombie, feeling like you are walking through a thick fog?Eva Klein, a certified sleep trainer, not only deeply empathizes with sleep deprived parents, she created a program that teaches parents how to put their kids to sleep! Eva has sleep down to a science, explaining that sleep is a learned process, and may not come naturally to some children. She compares sleep to eating well or other hygienes, and provides some excellent tips on how to improve our children's sleep patterns.Check out Eva on the My Sleeping Baby podcast and on her website at Mysleepingbaby.com. Eva can be reached at email@example.com.Support the show
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In today's episode we are joined by Hannah Clark to shake up the sleep training culture and help you with honest sleep support that empowers you to trust your instincts. We cover responsive and attachment based sleep, the role of connection, how to bridge the separation that is sleep and what is developmentally appropriate, as well as some of the problems associated with classical sleep training and advice like “drowsy but awake” and so much more. Hannah is a breath of fresh air who really helped me through some challenging times with my now 16-month daughter Rose. I hope this helps you or someone you love. Head to https://www.stephlowe.com/podcasts/401 for show notes, episode transcripts and more.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Sleep Training, published by jefftk on October 5, 2022 on LessWrong. Let's say you're a baby. You reach the end of a sleep cycle and become partially alert. What do you do? Ideally, if nothing were wrong you would settle back in for another sleep cycle. Chances are, however, you don't know how to do this yet, so you wake up more fully and start to cry. This seems to reliably trigger some combination of cuddles, shushing, motion, and/or nursing—comforted, you fall back asleep. While this is a fine outcome for you, your parents would probably be doing a lot better if you didn't rely on them so heavily at night. With a very little baby this is unavoidable, though it can be partially automated, but as babies get older they need to learn how to handle this themselves. Sleep training is a collection of strategies for teaching babies (a) the skill of falling asleep on their own ("self soothing") and (b) when they should apply this new skill. One of the things that makes discussion of sleep training messy is that people often aren't clear on which of (a) or (b) they're talking about. For example, a strategy of putting your kid down when they're very drowsy but not quite asleep yet is about teaching (a), while applying consistent patterns about when or how often you'll feed or settle them is about (b). If you think someone is trying to do (a) when they're actually doing (b), their approach can often sound excessive, uncaring, or unfair. It can also be hard to tell which of (a) or (b) your child needs. A child who can self-soothe but prefers to be cuddled doesn't appear that different from one who doesn't know how do it yet. Gradually providing less and less comfort can work well in these cases, because it's a good way to teach (a) and a so-so way of teaching (b). Alternatively, cry-it-out is a decent option for (b) and can also be a way of teaching (a) if other options haven't worked. With our youngest we found that tapering with the Snoo taught (a) reasonably well: while there was some crying she mostly was able to gradually build up the skill. With our oldest, pre-Snoo, we tried various methods of trying to teach (a), but it wasn't until we switched to cry-it-out that she really mastered the skill, and started taking longer naps. Our youngest still tests the boundaries of (b) sometimes. For example, two months ago (age 13m) we were on vacation (28 people in a 5br). She quickly figured out that every time she cried at night she quickly got to nurse: we didn't want her to wake others up. Over the course of the week she started crying more and more often during the night, correctly (and unfortunately) learning that the adult-implemented pattern for when she needed to go back to sleep on her own had shifted. After we got back home we had about a week of gradually re-teaching her the normal pattern. Another consideration I think is often missing in discussions of sleep training is that while crying is unpleasant for the baby, better-slept adults are able to be better parents in other ways. I think the baby typically is better off, even in the short term, with a couple weeks of cry-it-out vs months of zombie parents. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
In this episode, I sit down with my husband to talk about sleep approaches; no cry, cry it out, and everything in between. We share the ups and downs of this journey and why we ultimately made the decision that we did.
No description necessary on this one, sleep training changed our life! This is a must listen for all parents and future parents. Connect with Paige and Lindsay on Instagram and let them know we sent ya!Also if you want to hire them you can use code SLEEPTIGHT for $25 off!https://instagram.com/parentingpracticeco?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Timestamps: [1:05] How Sandy and Wade found sleep training. [3:41] Who Paige and Lindsay are. [9:28] Virtual sleep training and how vital sleep is to our health. [12:11] How do you approach someone to help them sleep? [14:54] We are meant to have a sleep schedule and routine. [23:11] How Cam was sleep trained. [26:44] What the training looks like from a parent's perspective. [30:52] The first three nights. [41:07] Getting ahold of Paige and Lindsay. [43:58] What does an investment look like? --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal Instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/
In this episode, I'm joined by Jenna Hamm to discuss the stages of the autonomic nervous system and how it works, what is happening to the infant's nervous system during non-responsive sleep training, and what happens to a parent's nervous system during infant distress. Jenna is a clinical social worker and yoga teacher from Manitoba, Canada. She is trained in Polyvagal Theory, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Internal Family Systems. Jenna also holds a certification in nutrition and integrative medicine for mental health.Her private practice is centered around empowerment through education and healing from past events and trauma of all kinds. Jenna's clients experience a creative integration of many modalities to promote the best possible outcomes. She is not interested in providing symptom management but rather, complete healing and the reversal of internal suffering. Jenna works with a diverse client-base with a wide range of histories and related survival strategies. Her approach works with most individuals because of her thorough understanding of human biology, the autonomic nervous system, and the psyche. Jenna strives to teach and inspire everyone to trust in their ability to recover from anything. You can find Jenna here: Polyvagal Theory Fundamentals Journey to Self: Exploring Parts Work Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taylorkulik/support
Sleep training.Those two words can cause so much anxiety, so much backlash, so much EVERYTHING. So I'm going to instead talk about building a Sleep Routine.This is a baby subject that I'm especially passionate about and hope anyone who is struggling with their baby not sleeping through the night will listen, because I WANT TO BE AN ADVOCATE FOR YOUR SLEEP!***Babywise Book: https://www.amazon.com/Becoming-Babywise-Giving-Infant-Nighttime/dp/1932740228/ref=sr_1_1?crid=247B3ARQO28FV&keywords=babywise&qid=1663677327&sprefix=babyw%2Caps%2C163&sr=8-1TakingCaraBaby Course: https://takingcarababies.com/Instagram: @munchandminglepodcast
Good morning everybody? How did you sleep? How did your kids sleep? Did they come into your bed last night? If this is the cause of your morning fatigue then today's episode with Awesome Little Sleeper's Jessica Berk, is the solution! Jessica spends her time with us on the show today giving us her top methods for sleep training your toddler/younger child. After working with toddler moms for over 6 years, Shes developed a method that gets kids to happily go to bed before 8pm and actually stay there all night - totally alone, with no wake ups. Check out her class here, and enjoy the show! THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS MODERN FERTILITY > Get $30 off when you go to www.ModernFertility.com/HUMBLE BETTER HELP > Visit www.BetterHelp.com/HUMBLE today to get 10% off your first month. COZY EARTH > Get 35% off site wide when you use the code HUMBLE and www.cozyearth.com HOW TO BUY A HOME PODCAST > Start planning for the coming recession at www.HowToBuyAHome.com – and make this the last year you rent! Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - “Talkaholic” - Humble & Hungry Podcast theme song provided by: Producer/Engineer: Heather Baker Vocalist and Musical Performance: Moa Munoz Mixer: Alexia Stratton - Humble & Hungry is Hosted and Produced by Natalie Puche and edited & Co-Produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eva is a Certified Infant and Child Sleep Consultant and is the founder of My Sleeping Baby and the Sleep Bible program. Eva's main goal is to help her clients establish healthy sleep habits for their children. After experiencing the debilitating effects of chronic sleep deprivation from her middle child, Eva was inspired to help families overcome their sleep challenges. Eva truly empathizes with her clients' sleep troubles and personally invests herself in their sleep journey. In addition to completing her sleep consulting certification, she is a member of the Association of Professional Sleep Consultants and she completed the 2016 Infant Mental Health Community Training through the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Eva also has her Bachelor of Arts from York University and her law degree from the University of Western Ontario. Eva is a proud wife and mother of two girls and a boy (who are all great sleepers) and lives with her family in Toronto. She provides individual sleep consultations, facilitates group seminars and runs an online sleep program and community called the Sleep Bible. https://mysleepingbaby.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gather around kids, while I tell the story of that one time I punched a door at 3AM...On today's episode I share my family's recent experience with sleep training our son and draw connections to experiences you've probably had in dieting. Course referenced in episode: takingcarababies.com **Not sponsored or affiliated with TakingCaraBabies in any way, just a fan Keep up with me on IG @laurenkesner_Website coming soon! P.S. Don't forget to comment
Do babies really need sleep-training or sleep-teaching or will they eventually learn on their own. I invited Dr. Sarah Mitchell the creator of The Helping Babies Sleep Method to discuss:Infant sleep and physiologyWhen a should parent consider help in sleep-teachingWhy sleep is beneficialQuick simple 6 question sleep quiz with personalized responses: helpingbabiessleep.com/sleep-quizWebsite: helpingbabiessleep.comOnline sleep school: helpingbabiessleepschool.comInstagram: @helpingbabiessleep
A day late, but hopefully not a dollar short! The third Mom Mystery episode is all about sleep training and bedtime routines for kids. Lauren and Molly both talk about their experiences with their kids and how both of their first borns took longer to adjust to sleep schedules than their second children. The conversation goes off-track a bit as they talk about their own sleep behaviors, but sleep is important for everyone, especially moms! If you like Mimosas and Motherhood, please leave a 5-star rating wherever you listen to podcasts and submit a review on platforms that allow it! That helps our tiny little podcast grow and reach moms who might enjoy the content as well. Sweet dreams everyone!
I believe that there are five components to sleep training. In order to teach your baby how to sleep, these five pieces need to be in place. I am going to talk about what those are today and explain why sleep training is so much more than just “leave your baby in their bed and let them figure it out,” like some may suggest. Sleep training is a process and takes time, consistency and work, but it's oh-so worth it!
We often don't think of the term "sleep training" when it comes to toddlers or preschoolers. Often the term is synonomus with babies, but the truth is that sleep training = sleep teaching. In this episode Sarah Leach (Lead Sleep Consultant at Little Z's) and Becca Campbell are discussing the trends and expectations of what it's like to sleep train a toddler or preschooler. MENTIONS: http://www.littlezsleep.com/toddler (Little Z's Toddler Sleep Course ) http://www.littlezsleep.com/preschool (Little Z's Preschool Sleep Course) https://littlezsleep.com/blog/how-to-use-a-toddler-clock/ (Toddler Sleep Training Clock) GET MORE OF LITTLE Z'S Follow Becca on https://www.instagram.com/littlezsleep (Instagram) Subscribe to Lhttp://www.youtube.com/littlezssleepconsulting (ittle Z's Sleep YouTube) Search the https://littlezsleep.com/blog (LZS Blog)
In this bonus mini-episode, we give our Hot Take on sleep training a toddler. Our experience sleep training our toddler has not been perfect and we are definitely open to suggestions
Sleep. It's high up on the priority list for every parent but did you know that you don't have to sacrifice your lactation goals? It's true. Even with the dreaded 4-month sleep regression. Let us teach you how. Sleep Guides and one-on-one sleep programsEmail Erin: email@example.com or say hi on Insta @thehappysleepcompanyCheck to see if your insurance will cover 6 consults with Bri (for free!)Join Bri's crew so we can stay in touch.*This podcast is not "medical advice". Please consult with your Healthcare Provider about your specific situation.This episode appeared first on the Breezy Babies website. Follow along @breezy__babies on Insta for more tips and tricks.
Valerie Groysman, MSW, RSW “Talkin' Sleep” joins us today to shine a new light on “sleep training.” Valerie is a child and family therapist specialized in 0-6 year old mental health and sleep- and a mom herself to an almost 4 year old. She takes a baby led, holistic approach to helping families navigate different sleep challenges. In her practice she combines modern science and parent intuition to help babies, toddlers and in turn parents and the whole family get better sleep! Connect with Talkin' Sleep on Instagram @talkin.sleephttps://www.instagram.com/talkin.sleep/Website with Courses and Services https://talkinsleep.com/Connect with Unnamed and UntamedMeredith @merepaci_scoobyprephttps://linktr.ee/MerepaciSarah @sarahfordbishophttps://linktr.ee/sarahfordSonia @soniaspilhttps://linktr.ee/soniaspil
It seems like attachment parenting and sleep training are always pitted against each other -- as if ensuring your child gets the best sleep possible can't possibly exist with a secure, loving attachment. Well, I call B.S. In this episode, we define attachment parenting and sleep training, and talk about how they can live together. What would it look like to respond to your child's needs while sleep training? How can you instill independence in your child while ensuring they feel confident and secure? These are all things we talk about in this episode! I'd love to hear your thoughts on this episode, so please find me on Instagram and shoot me a message! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/katie-gutierrez6/support
Today we are chatting all things sleep with special guest Sofia Axelrod, PhD. Sofia is a neuroscientist, sleep consultant, author of “How Babies Sleep” and founder of Kulala. Dr. Axelrod is a sleep researcher in the laboratory of Michael W. Young, the winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology of Medicine. When she became pregnant with her first child, Dr. Axelrod, a lifelong insomniac, feared she would never sleep again. After the birth of her first baby, she naturally applied her expert knowledge to baby's sleep. It worked so well that she started working with other families, hosting baby sleep workshops, and developing science-based baby sleep products through her company, Kulala™. Through her work, Dr. Axelrod is providing new parents with the thing they needed the most: a good night's sleep. By helping the public using sleep secrets plucked from the frontlines of scientific research, Dr. Axelrod's ultimate goal is to fundamentally improve sleep in our notoriously sleep-deprived society, in particular for parents of young children. DISCOUNT CODE FOR https://kulalaland.com/: Use code SHAYLA for 20% off the Kulala Sleep Lamp, system, or gift cards!Connect with Dr. Sofia Axlerod ✨ Book: How Babies SleepInstagram: @kulalalandWebsite: https://kulalaland.com/Connect with Shayla✨Instagram: @shaylaquinnYouTube: www.youtube.com/shaylaquinnWebsite: www.shaylaquinn.comTikTok: @shayla.quinnLearn more about TYIL Program ✨
SUMMARY- Bree shares how her introduction to parenting began, her experience with sleep training, and her biggest piece of advice for new parents. You can find Bree on the Matrescence Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-matrescence-podcast/), the website (https://birthofamother.com.au/), and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/matrescence.podcast/)There are a few mentions of safe sleep and bed-sharing, if you'd like more information, here's a helpful article: https://www.littlesparklers.org/safer-sleep.The full episode transcript is available here: https://www.littlesparklers.org/Bree-Holling-Part1Support this show: https://www.littlesparklers.org/Appeal/the-beyond-sleep-training-podcast-transcript“The Beyond Sleep Training Podcast (Podcast) is hosted by Little Sparklers (us, we or our). The primary purpose of this Podcast is to educate and inform. It does not constitute professional advice or services. We invite guests on the Podcast from time to time (Guests). In listening to this Podcast you acknowledge and agree that the views expressed in this podcast are: information only and do not constitute professional advice from us or our Guests;personal to us and our Guests and do not necessarily reflect any other agency, organisation, employer or company and may not be verified for accuracy; andgeneral in nature and do not refer to any unique situation. If you take action on the basis of any Podcast episode, you should obtain professional advice – whether legal, financial, accounting, medical or otherwise – before proceeding. This Podcast is available for private, non-commercial use only. Advertising which is incorporated into, placed in association with or targeted toward the content of this Podcast without our express approval is forbidden. You may not edit, modify, or redistribute this Podcast. We assume no liability for any activities in connection with this Podcast or for use of this Podcast in connection with any other website, third party streaming service, computer or playing device.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-beyond-sleep-training-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you have been wondering the best way to get your child to sleep in their own bed, this episode is for you. It is so important for the entire family to get the right amount of sleep and if co-sleeping isn't cutting it for your family anymore, I am going over some helpful ways to get your child in their own bed in their room! What I cover: Adjusting expectations when starting this process (it can take longer depending on how long your child has been sleeping with you)Using smart goals for successWhy a reward for the child works in this processReasons why sleep is so important for your child (and you) The importance of choosing the right incentive The power of positive talk to your child and being excited with themSome super helpful tips on bedtime routines to help them go to bed easier End result: New lease on life for the family when you all get good sleep, everyone is less reactive & overwhelmed. The benefits are endless for the parents and the child. Resources: I hope you found this episode helpful, for more parenting tips check out my website and blog for more information. https://theparentingreframe.com/Make sure to sign up for my weekly newsletter and get other free resources. https://theparentingreframe.com/free-resources/Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theparentingreframe/If you would like a personalized approach to help reframe how you parent, check out my coaching options https://theparentingreframe.com/parent-coaching-packages/
This week we are talking about "Gentle Alternatives To Cry It Out Sleep Training."In our last episode "say no to cry it out" we spoke about why you should say no but did not touch on what we can do to help calm our babies cries when it comes to getting some sleep!We hope you enjoy and please share this podcast with any other mothers or fathers!Referenced Ep. 7 Kids Cupboards & Book Baskets! Please share and tag us on our platforms below if you enjoyed this episode!Instagram : TheVillageParentingPodFacebook : The Village Parenting PageSupport us : Buy Me A CoffeeOriginal music ©Lisa K Sigurgeirson 1986
As we continue on in this newborn series this week we talk about sleep training. In our journey through motherhood we found that every mother has an opinion or method they like most when it comes to how to put babies to sleep. We discuss the different methods we each used and more importantly the different methods we used for each child. We also give our audience some not so popular advice we wish we would've gotten when we were sleep training our babies. Go to www.gellydrops.com and use code BUMO at checkout for 15% off Go to www.onceuponafarmorganics.com and use code BUMO for 35% off your first subscription order Go to www.perfectsnacks.com/bumo for a free perfect bar! Be a part of our community and follow us HERE: www.instagram.com/bumoparent To connect with Sara Sohn: https://www.instagram.com/mommasohn To connect with Chriselle Lim: www.instagram.com/ChriselleLim Come visit us at BumoWork: https://www.bumowork.com Produced by Dear Media
This week, I'm speaking to Lisa Caputo from Little Village Sleep. Lisa is an Infant & Toddler Sleep Educator, and she has a lot of knowledge and tips to share about infant sleep schedules, why sleep training is not the way to go, and how to get adequate rest as a new parent. I found this episode very insightful, so I hope that this helps any parents out there who are having trouble getting their baby to sleep and coping with developmental leaps and restless nights. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Talking about some TMI, intimacy related routines and how it relates to our childrens bedtime. Sorry mom if you're listening! As always, head to my IG @littlebirdsleepconsulting for free sleep tips and to ask sleep questions every tuesday in my stories. Click HERE for more sleep help and resources!
In this episode we show you all that parenting is hard! Making decisions for your kids is hard. Just overall, being a parent is hard. We talk a few bets we like for the upcoming NFL season and which ones Gavin took that you should NOT...
We're here, and we're tired. If we sound a little bit quieter than usual, it's because we've got a sick baby in the house! Poppy has developed her first viral infection, and she's okay but a little needier than usual and has a nasty cough. We've also started sleep training to some moderate success, and we'd like to share the various methods we've researched and what we're trying. This weekend, we're going to a Blue Jays game so it will be the first time both of us will be away from Poppy for an extended period of time! As always, you can follow our journey on Instagram @NewParentsPod
External validity. It's a topic that many of us don't really talk about. It's the idea that certain research findings only apply to certain groups. In sleep training, most people assume the research is applicable to all families, but is this the case? This is the question that Dr. Levita D'Souza and I examine this week as we talk about the research that provides us information on who takes part and who doesn't, and what this means for our understanding of the research in broader terms. Dr. Levita D'Souza: https://www.centreforperinatalpsychology.com.au/psychologists/levita-dsouza/ Relevant Research: https://academic.oup.com/sleep/article/43/4/zsz268/5611128?login=false https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article-abstract/130/4/643/30241/Five-Year-Follow-up-of-Harms-and-Benefits-of
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If your little one is in a “big kid bed” (toddler bed, twin bed, or larger) and they're consistently getting up when they should be staying put, this episode is for you! You don't want to miss: Why I don't recommend a toddler bed. The ideal age to transition to a “big kid bed” 5 tips to helping your big kid stay in bed that doesn't involve sleep training Links and resources: Free Download: Toddler Routine Cards + Planner Pages Episode 5: Transitioning to a Big Bed Episode 25: How to Use a Toddler Clock Episode 7: How to Stop Crib Climbing Schedule a FREE call Follow me on Instagram: @goodnightfamilies For more about me, what I do, what I offer, and more free resources check out my website. Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on any sleep tips, sleep science, and encouragement. And, if you enjoyed this episode, would you please leave me a rating and a review? Thank you!!
Erica Orosco Cruz is an early childhood development expert and parent coach who helps children, families, and teachers thrive and grow together on the foundation of mutual respect. She is certified through RIE (Resources for Infant Educarers) and the state of California and is also trained in the Waldorf methods. Erica's passion for supporting families stems from her own experience as a mother of 4 boys (ranging in ages from 1 to 25!), and a daughter who set out to parent in a different way than she was as a child. While raising her children, she searched to find a program that brought children to the forefront while also providing clear boundaries for mutual respect; a program where children would be seen and heard and where adults would see with new eyes and listen for what was unsaid. When she realized what she was looking for didn't exist, she founded Homeschool Garden, a now two-decade old early childhood development center in Los Angeles. At Homeschool Garden, Erica has developed a school model that provides an environment where children, families, and teachers can thrive and grow together on the foundation of mutual respect. Erica also serves parents as a coach and postpartum doula, supporting parents on everything from what happens when you get home from the hospital, to potty learning, mental health and more. For more information, check out her website at www.homeschoolgardensite.com or follow her @homeschoolgarden on Facebook or Instagram. Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! Visit http://drlaurabrayton.com/podcasts/ for show notes and available downloads. © 2022 Dr. Laura Brayton
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Today's episode is the third in a series of interviews discussing the negative and worrisome aspects of traditional sleep training like Ferber and cry-it-out. Meredith Brough, sleep coach and childcare expert, interviews Sarah R. Moore, MFS and parenting expert, about her stand on this important topic. This series is meant to empower parents to make the best parenting decisions possible when it comes to sleep. Old-fashioned sleep training methods teach parents to Ignore their children's cries (no matter the type of cry), hold back comfort, and force little ones to become independent, whether or not they are ready for it. Parents often set aside their connection with their children while using these methods. These methods can cause lasting consequences for many babies and toddlers. We'd like to hear what the experts say about these issues and other concerns that they might have, as well as discuss positive, supportive ways to improve sleep. You're in for a treat today! Sarah brings up concerns that haven't come up on the show previously, that are eye-opening and enlightening. She also shares her perspective about using sleep training methods as a parent and being on the receiving end, as a young child. You won't want to miss this captivating conversation between Meredith and her guest! You'll find yourself crying one moment and laughing the next. Learn insight that will help you make the best decisions for your child's long term well-being and help you become a better parent. Topics: Why we shouldn't believe that sleep training is safe or healthy How high cortisol levels affect babies What's different about being quiet and shutting down How sleep training might affect parents & children long term Laid back, easy going babies versus sensitive babies What matters most in parenting babies & young children How to create a secure attachment with your child What to expect from children who are shy or reserved & need extra time to become independent Learn more about your child's personality & how it affects sleep! Take the Temperament Test by Tracy Hogg: for Infants, for Toddlers. Follow Sarah on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest. Here is her website. Sarah's books and her favorite books. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/meredith-brough2020/support
In this episode, I speak with Andi Metzler a certified sleep sense consultant about the importance and sleep of training and strategies to help your baby and toddler to be independent sleepers. Key Points: 1. A great sleeping routine for both baby and toddler 2. Zenimals 3. Tips for traveling while sleep training 4. Thoughts on melatonin for kiddos 5. Sleep tips for big kids My Four Go-to Questions For First-Time Guests: 1. Who and what inspires you? 2. What is something you wished you knew when you were younger? 3. What's the essential part of your daily routine? 4. Best advice you've ever received? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrancylife/support
Gentle Sleep Training? Cry It Out? Holy triggering Mom Facebook Group comment section, amiright? Today I'm myth busting what these words actually mean (spoiler...not much) and giving you a new framework for looking at what the different sleep guidance methods are really focused on, and the REAL way you can set your baby up for the least crying possible in this process, that has nothing to do with the method you select.
If you're a parent you'll definitely relate to this episode because we're talking sleep training and all the fun (catch the sarcasm here) that entails with Heather and Michael Yo. This surprisingly leads to the question--has your kid ever walked in on you doing the deed? I mean talk about a situation. Look, we all try to do our best for our kids and sometimes we win and other times...not so much and that's ok! Plus, Michael shares all the details on the "assistant" that tried to scam his friends on Instagram and you'll just have to hear it to believe it. Heather is all too familiar with this given her experience with Insta scammers and reveals that was once the victim of identity theft. It all started with a shopping trip to Neiman Marcus... All that and laughs galore on this episode of Heather Dubrow's World. For more on Michael Yo, follow him on @MichaelYo on Instagram. Tickets to his shows can be found on https://beacons.ai/michaelyocomedy Please support the show by checking out our sponsors! Consult Beaute: VISIT CONSULTBEAUTE.com and enjoy 30% off your purchase by using coupon code HEATHER30 CareOf: For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter code dubrow50 GuruNanda: GuruNanda is giving away $500 gift cards- just go to GuruNanda.com/win for your chance to win a $500 Walmart gift card! Airmed: Just visit airmedcarenetwork.com/heather today and get up to a $60 gift card with code HEATHER
I get it. You're stuck in a rut of exhausted nights because if you let your baby cry, your older child will wake up. And what's worse than a baby waking throughout the night? BOTH kids waking up throughout the night! But here's the thing - in that situation, there's no end in sight. No light at the end of a sleep deprived tunnel. Instead, today on the podcast (a very raw and unedited episode) I'm sharing some tips and encouragement on how to handle sleep training baby while you have an older child. Ready to get access to ALL the Sleep Courses & Sleep Membership? https://littlezsleep.com/on-demand (Get Little Z's On Demand Access!) _______ https://www.instagram.com/littlezsleep/ (Follow Becca on Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/littlezssleepconsulting (Subscribe to Little Z's YouTube Channel)
Amber Pierce and Alex Wild join Coach Jonathan for a guide on how to crush long climbs, sleep's effect on training adaptations, and whether it matters if you train at a specific time of day with consistency. Tune in and share this episode with your friends! TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE (4:25) Does training time consistency matter? (22:17) Pacing marathon MTB and gravel courses like the Tahoe Trail 100 (46:33) Rapid Fire Questions (01:10:13) How lack of sleep affects training adaptations (01:33:18) The pro's guide to crushing long climbs RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE https://trainerroad.cc/36NlbBD TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad is the #1 cycling training app. No other cycling app is more effective. Over 13,000 positive reviews, a 4.9 star App Store rating. Adaptive Training from TrainerRoad uses machine learning and science-based coaching principles to continually assess your performance and intelligently adjust your training plan. It trains you as an individual and makes you a faster cyclist. Learn more about TrainerRoad: https://trainerroad.cc/3BasfTM Learn more about Adaptive Training: https://trainerroad.cc/3rF5Cnp ABOUT THE ASK A CYCLING COACH PODCAST Ask a Cycling Coach podcast is a cycling and triathlon training podcast. Each week USAC/USAT Level I certified coach Chad Timmerman, pro athletes, and other special guests answer your cycling and triathlon questions. Have a question for the podcast? Ask here: https://trainerroad.cc/34MIniq MORE PODCASTS FROM TRAINERROAD Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/34MGKkO Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3HKPExQ STAY IN TOUCH Training Blog: https://trainerroad.cc/3gCdNdN TrainerRoad Forum: https://trainerroad.cc/3uHvLnE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad