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Forest Warrior is Jason's forced movie review assignment; he had some difficulty finding it. In for news: get a CurderBurger at Culver's today, Megan Thee Stallion's hot "hottie" sauce at Popeyes and Queen Elizabeth's doctor tells her to stop her daily martini habit. Alexis toddler opened her phone and texted his Grandma a picture of himself. Jason discovered Etsy!
If you're feeling like every morning you go from 0 to 60 with your kiddos, this episode is for you! https://dayswithgrey.com/blog/category/breakfast-invitations/ (Breakfast Invitations) is a concept created by Beth of Days with Grey who is passionate about using play to ignite learning with your children. Beth's Quick Start Materials List: Paper Painters tape Markers Need Ideas At The Ready? https://dayswithgrey.com/blog/category/breakfast-invitations/ (Check Beth's blog) that is full of ideas! Want Ideas To Keep? https://shop.dayswithgrey.com/ (Shop Beth's Breakfast Invitation Cards!) ___________ Ready to make sleep a thing so that you can ENJOY the mornings?! Shop our Toddler & Preschool Sleep Classes to help everyone wake up rested and ready to play!
In this episode of the Blogging Breakthroughs podcast, I talk about: Navigating life with "Toddler Swag" Experiencing life through your own experience. What do YOU think about your posts, products, and coaching? Let go of people pleasing and know that it's okay for people not to like you. ⚡️ Join the Blogging Breakthroughs Mastermind HERE. ⚡️ Come join the Blogging Breakthroughs Facebook group to get FREE blog coaching from Faith! Get all your business questions answered. ⚡️ Instagram ⚡️ TikTok ⚡️ www.faithmariah.com
Does anyone have a two-going 12-year-old toddler where the tantrums are almost laughable/infuriating at times? It's a roller coaster ride, to say the least?! Morgen and Trisha spill the beans on what Charlie's and Remi's tantrums are like. It's the whining that can drive Trisha's blood pressure sky high, especially in the car. The thorn in Morgen's side is when Charlie throws her things, especially since her water bottles and toys keep breaking. Let's just say the eggshell walk is real. You are teetering on a very fine line, not knowing which side of the toddler reaction you will fall on today. We know you must have some fantastic toddler tantrum stories, so please share with us at email@example.com .
It's Halloween! Celebrating this spooky holiday is a lot different as a new parent rather than a young child going door to door in your favorite Halloween costume. How do you transition your little ones into this fun, yet sometimes scary, time of year? Our panel of experienced parents share what's worked (and not worked) for them. Plus, important safety tips for trick or treating from the San Diego Police Department. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Megan from @FeedingLittles joins Abby and Vanessa in a special bonus episode discussing all things baby/toddler eating. This can be a pain point for so many of us. Megan, a dietician, provides advice on how to make it a little bit easier. For $10 OFF a Feeding Little Course, please use the code REALMOMS. https://www.feedinglittles.com/online-courses.html
Julie Chang is a wife, mom, TV journalist, show creator, actor and survivor. The UnspokenParents are unaware that they have the ability to slow down time with their children.What We Discuss with Julie ChangHow to give time shape.Research and methods on how to slow down time in order to create deep connections with our children. The power of free play.If you're ready to discipline your children without using old methods and get to the root of your triggers visit https://www.raisingchildrenyoulike.comNeed tools to raise well-behaved children without yelling or using old punitive methods? Check out our latest workshop. Visit: www.raisingchildrenyoulile.com/disciplineInner.U is the secret sauce to getting yourself unstuck and thriving where it matters most. The owner's manual for your entire life. This online coaching course gives you the tools to get yourself honestly and deeply happy where it matters most to you: your relationships to your SELF, BODY, MONEY, TIME, and more. Signing up today gets you a lifetime access to a ton of coaching worth thousands of dollars, including a private coaching session with an HG Coach, group masterclasses and access to Q&A recordings all to keep you happy and inspired. Go to inner.u and enter the code NOTYOURMOTHER for $50 off!Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Instagram handle so we can thank you personally!Full show notes and resources can be found here.: notyourmotherspodcast.co/julie-chang
When we hear about our kids being teased, bullied, or left out, it tends to bring up painful memories from our own childhoods. As a result, we often jump to helping our kid get out of that awful experience, saying things like "Say this to stand up for yourself!" or "You don't have to hang with those kids!" But these responses make a child feel even more alone. In this week's episode, Dr. Becky offers guidance to three parents on how to talk to their kids about bullying. She explains why confidence and connection are the best ways to support a child who is being bullied, and offers practical strategies to help your child believe in themselves no matter what others say. A preview of the good inside this episode: (3:30-4:16): When our kids feel left out (9:54-11:05): Building resistance to bullying (16:35-18:01): Preparing a child in advance for bullying (22:53-24:51): Three Takeaways Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside/ Subscribe for weekly strategies and scripts:https://goodinside.com/newsletter/ Learn more with Dr. Becky's workshops: https://learning.goodinside.com/ This episode is brought to you by Frida (https://frida.com/). Get 20% off your first order with code “drbecky”
Dating app killer, Wendys employee throws hot oil at a customer that simply wanted a refund, embarassed dad kills son over raunchy pics, a man tries to fill his trucks radiator by driving it into a river, kids going to school in style, a sad cat story, world records, a missing toddler turns up and much more! Twitter: @voicesofmisery mewe: @voicesofmisery Parler: voices of misery Gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: voicesofmiserypodcast Discord server: voices of misery podcast https://tinyurl.com/VoMPodcastTees
You know what happens when your child gets too hungry...hunger tantrums are REAL. Here's how to prevent (and recover) from one.This is Feeding Toddlers Made Easy, the Mama Knows Nutrition podcast. I'm your host Kacie Barnes, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Master of Clinical Nutrition, mom of a new first grader and a preschooler. Feeding Toddlers Made Easy solves your nutrition and food questions that you send in to me, go to mamaknowsnutrition.com/podcast to submit your question and that's where you'll find show notes from all of the episodes, too. Please take a second to hit subscribe so I'm always here when you need me!RESOURCES:Toddler Meal and Snack ScheduleHow to get your Toddler to Try New Foods - “safe foods”Non-dairy yogurt picksRecipe: 5-ingredient no bake nut butter barsHealthy Toddler Snack GuideRecipe: Pineapple Chicken Recipe All Day Toddler SnackingFor links to some of the food products and snacks mentioned, go to the show notes on my website here!
On this episode of Monday Mornings with Dr. Mona I answer two questions.1. A mom of a 22 month old who seems to be sick a lot of with viruses and is also a picky eater and mom wants to know about probiotic supplements. 2. A mom of a two year old who has been in daycare for four months and is still having a difficult time adjusting. Mom is concerned and wants to know how to navigate this. Tune in to hear me answer these questions.If you have a question you want answered on the podcast, call 954 526 2641 to leave a message.This episode is brought to you by THE NEW MOM'S SURVIVAL GUIDE:The first digital e-course/community created and founded by a Pediatrician mom to guide you through baby's first year. To purchase visit http://pedsdoctalk.com/survival-guide
On episode 420, I talk with blogger Heather Noyes from WDWTravels.com about taking babies and toddlers to Disney World. Featuring: She recently moved to Florida from New Hampshire 50th anniversary gift shop crazies 10 Tips For Taking Babies and Toddlers to Disney World This or That and Favorites Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com
This is Real Israel Talk Radio program - Episode 92 Program Part 28 - A Love for La La Land. Here is an interesting statement of Paul from 1 Corinthians 13:11 on the Hebraic concept of Biblical Love and what it means: "When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things." One might think to define a "child" in a way that we all would typically frame the definition. However, I am suggesting that Paul has a profound meaning to share based on Psalm 8:3: "Out of the mouth of babes and nursing infants, you have ordained (laid a foundation for a shelter of protection), because of your enemies, that you may silence the enemy and the avenger (within). " Recall that it was this Psalm that Yeshua quoted in Matthew 21:15-16: But when the chief priests and scribes saw the wonderful that He did, and the children crying out in the temple and saying, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” they were indignant and said to Him, “Do You hear what these are saying?” And Yeshua said to them, “Yes. Have you never read, 'Out of the mouth of babes and nursing infants you have perfected praise'?' ” Within the context of Yeshua's quote from Psalm 8:3, the Greek word nepios ( English: "child") reflects the Hebrew term ahlal (Ayin Vav Lamed Lamed). In Israeli Hebrew, it can mean an infant nonetheless, this does not fit the overall context. Instead, the idea drives home the picture of a "scripture scholar toddler." He is a little one that does not know not how to communicate as an adult. The best that this "ahlal" toddler can voice is "la la la la la." The notion is that this little one only knows to speak with sounds and not intelligible spiritual speech. Today, we'll connect the learned lessons to Yeshua's dialogue with some religious leaders in John 7:14-15. Then, we'll tie everything together with a quote from Isaiah 5:1-4 drawing on the Hebrew word "be'ushim." The word means stunted, retarded, odious, stinky, and smelly grapes that never develop to their full maturity. It was the mind of Paul that developed the idea in Romans 12:2. Join us today for our study in 1 Corinthians 13:11 and "A Love For La La Land." A podcast on Defining Biblical Love from 1 Corinthians 13:8.
Today we have a super short episode in which we're going to think a bit about word choices. It has been said that we get what we focus on. So not only with this affect our child's behavior, but it will also affect our view of their behavior! Principle #1: Say what you DO want instead of what you DON'T want“Don't put that in your mouth.” “Don't run.” “Don't throw that.” It comes so easily, doesn't it? But let's think about your child's take-away from these sentences. What is the last thing they hear? “Put that in your mouth.” “Run.” Throw that.” Their receptive language skills are in the early stages. It's going to help your child (and you!) if you will simply state what you want. “We need to use walking feet right now.” “Hold the stick tightly in your hand so you can continue playing with it.” “That stays out of your mouth. You may _____ with it.” Makes sense, doesn't it? It also helps us to save “No” for when we really need it. AffirmationsWe all want to affirm our children when they accomplish something, cooperate, share, etc. – and we definitely should! One of the goals of affirmation is to help our children feel competent and confident. Another motivation is so that they know that we support them – that we are on their team, and that we've noticed their accomplishment. So what do we usually say?I imagine most of us usually respond with, “Good job!”But perhaps there are phrases that would better encourage our children. My go-to response is “You did it!” How is that different? Well, for one thing, it's affirming the action of the child. THEY accomplished something. If I say, “Good job,” that has more to do with my opinion of the action than with what they have done. Keeping the focus on what they have done can help our children find intrinsic value in their accomplishments. As your child gets older, you can flesh it out a bit: “You got bells for Katie today. That was kind.”“You cleaned up right away when I asked you to. That is hard to do when you're having fun – but you did it!” See the difference?How would it change your parenting to frame things this way? I'd love to hear about it!
On this week's episode of the Preschool Podcast, we chat with Tania Ferrandino, Occupational Therapist and Senior Professional Learning Producer at Learning Without Tears. Tania dives into the importance of play in early childhood education rather than focusing on the end goal of having a child write their name. Parents and educators can learn valuable tips in this episode on how to help children build foundational fine motor skills while having fun. Learning Without Tears wants to give our Preschool Podcast listeners 10% off workshops and products by using promo code HIMAMA at checkout, until Dec 31, 2021. Visit their website here!
Naps are important- for both you and your child. It gives everyone a break and allows us to re-boot and prepare for the rest of the day. How often should your child be napping, and for how long? What should you do if you accidentally skip a nap or your schedule is off? And what are your options if your little one is absolutely refusing naps altogether? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Parenting is a developmental process. In this episode, Ann McKitrick shares how as your child goes through stages of development, parents need to adjust and grow as well. The UnspokenParenting is a developmental process. Just as your child goes through stages of development, parents need to adjust and grow as well. What We Discuss with Ann McKitrick Understanding where your child is developmentally and how to parent the child in front of you.How to give consequences and repair with your children.Navigating sibling relationships.If you're ready to discipline your children without using old methods and get to the root of your triggers visit https://www.raisingchildrenyoulike.comNeed tools to raise well-behaved children without yelling or using old punitive methods? Check out our latest workshop. Visit: www.raisingchildrenyoulile.com/disciplineInner.U is the secret sauce to getting yourself unstuck and thriving where it matters most. The owner's manual for your entire life. This online coaching course gives you the tools to get yourself honestly and deeply happy where it matters most to you: your relationships to your SELF, BODY, MONEY, TIME, and more. Signing up today gets you a lifetime access to a ton of coaching worth thousands of dollars, including a private coaching session with an HG Coach, group masterclasses and access to Q&A recordings all to keep you happy and inspired. Go to inner.u and enter the code NOTYOURMOTHER for $50 off! Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://notyourmotherspodcast.co/ann-mckitrick
What happens when your toddler, your preschooler, has potty issues at school? This can be a pretty common problem to have but it can be a little tricky to figure out what is going on or how to solve the problem. I've had to deal with this situation myself with my three-year-old because he just wouldn't go pee pee at school; he'd hold it until he got home around lunchtime. So today on the show I want to share with you specific ways you can support your child if he does have potty problems at school to minimize those accidents or problems and how the school can also support your child through this situation. Let's go to the show. IN THIS EPISODE: Laura Lynn shares the potty problem her own preschooler has had at school; She explains how you can support your child if he doesn't go pee pee at school; and She shares specific ways the school and teacher can help support preschoolers so they are less likely to encounter potty training issues. SHOW NOTES Schedule a free consult call to work through whatever potty, behavior, or parenting problems you feel you're encountering at www.bit.ly/chatwithlauralynn. Let's connect! On Facebook: www.fb.me/lauralynnlapointe On Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/lauralynnlapointe
How do you raise your children differently than you were raised? For trauma therapist Kobe and her husband Kyle, this question isn't just about breaking cycles. It's about healing generational trauma, too. In this episode, Dr. Becky talks with the couple about their gentle parenting journey—and the important questions they've raised along the way about how this approach applies to their Black children. Their conversation often asks more than it answers, encouraging all of us to reflect on race, cycle breaking, and the generational influence of our parenting choices today. (4:00-10:00): The journey to respectful parenting (10:04-18:39): Obedience as a value (18:41-21:53): Body autonomy and race (21:54-25:44): Dealing with pushback from family (25:45-35:14): Assuming positive intent in kids' behavior (40:56-42:51): Being a cycle-breaker (42:52-43:39): Closing remarks This episode is brought to you by Frida (https://frida.com/). Get 20% off your first order with code “drbecky”
COVID isolation kept us inside our house, but did it make our world quieter? If you're seeing a speech delay in your toddler, they may have been affected by the lack of exposure due to the lockdown. Rachel Smith, Program Director of Turn Autism Around and mom to Two-year-old Everett, is sharing how she blames covid for her son's speech delays and how she turned it around. We also give tips on picking the right daycare, reversing activity aversions, and how you can be the best therapist for your child!
(Oct 5, 2021) Child care providers are pushing back against a rule by Gov. Hochul requiring toddlers to be masked all day while in their care. They say masking very young children is impractical, unsanitary, and won't help slow the spread of anything. Also: A mother and son from Watertown are charged with helping to steal House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's laptop during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in January.
Question: What's your ridiculous "I almost got hit by a car story"? Or!! Did you actually get hit by a car? Show Features: Tipsy or Toddler, Are You Smarter, and Who's Got The Warrant Socials: @DaveandMahoney Voice Mail: 833-Yo-Dummy https://www.twitch.tv/daveandmahoney Additional Content: daveandmahoney.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Why do toddlers do what they do? Have you ever asked yourself that?I know I have! After all, little children sometimes do some astonishing things, and I would love nothing more than to understand why!And this is exactly why I've invited this week's guest to come to the podcast and talk to us about it.My good friend (and this week's guest) Devon Kuntzman is a coach, a former orphanage director, and the founder of Transforming Toddlerhood!She has spent the last 15 years working with families from all over the world, and today, she's here to discuss toddler behavior with me.Plus, she also offers some tips on what you can do to help toddlers become successful, so really, what's not to love?Are you ready?Let's dive in! Key Takeaways:Why do toddlers do THAT? (01:26)Explaining toddler behavior (03:35)Toddlerhood, the first step towards independence (05:40)Toddlers' view of the world (08:33)The gap between our expectations and what toddlers can do (10:58)Shifting our expectations (13:27)Following the toddlers' lead? (17:35)Harnessing toddlers' interests (20:47)Keeping projects developmentally appropriate for toddlers (23:18)Experimentation equals learning (28:01)The difference between attention-seeking behavior and connection-seeking behavior (32:07) Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- Check out Devon's website here.Elevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward!
On this episode of Monday Mornings with Dr. Mona I answer two questions.1. A mom of a 3 year old who is wondering how to teach her daughter about ther body and consent2. A mom of a toddler who was curious when certain behaviors in toddlerhood like preferring things in a certain way become a concern Tune in to hear me answer these questions.If you have a question you want answered on the podcast, call 954 526 2641 to leave a message.This episode is brought to you by THE NEW MOM'S SURVIVAL GUIDE:The first digital e-course/community created and founded by a Pediatrician mom to guide you through baby's first year. To purchase visit http://pedsdoctalk.com/survival-guide
Happy Fall Ya'llMOMGUL is kicking off October with ALL NEW Experts. Here's your MOMGUL breakdown:5 minutes Physical – Raquel and Kristen talk Breast Cancer Awareness, with WHEN & HOW to check your lemons. Donate today! Breast self-exam directions (aka How to check your lemons - courtesy of The Cleveland Clinic)5 minutes Financial – Meet Jane Gallina, AKA Airplane Jane. She's a fearless mom of 2, Trained Pilot, Pastry Chef, Value Investor, Published Author on #FMJ Trust Transition Trade, & a Day Trader who is going to teach us ALL about Cryptocurrency. Get ready to dive into the dark pools with us! Connect with Jane:- The Training Pit - #FMJ Trust Transition Trade5 minutes Emotional - Meet Sonnet Matthews & Veronica Morales Frieling both moms themselves who are parenting coaches that have a simple mission: To help parents deepen the connection to their children by understanding their underlying needs and healing their old wounds in the process. Very deep! Get excited because this week, we're talking tantrums and how to handle. Connect with Sonnet & Veronica:- Raising Children You Like- Not Your Mother's Podcast- Taking Charge of the First 6 YearsAt MOMGUL, we don't want followers, we want a family - join us here:Instagram: @momgulFacebook: @momgulofficialLinkedIn: MOMGULWebsite: momgul.comContact: Say Heya GINX MEDIA production
Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast, which uses the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE Q&A videos. A few topics we covered:- 5yo refusing to use the potty before bed- How to create consent culture at home- Why helping kids work through their resistance is such a valuable investment- Why we want to control kids LESS- 5yo working to express emotions “safely”- Supporting kids who are hitting- Kids won't let parent go into a room alone to regroup- Parental “time outs” and boundary-setting- Kid over-demanding and distracted at bedtime- Why handling bedtime in a consent-based way is abuse prevention- Kid starting school and won't use potty- Coparents triggered and healing- Benefits and drawbacks of pursuing a diagnosis for a child- Kid resisting school for 5 weeks straight- The belief/goal/role frameworkLast chance to enroll in our SPIRITED KIDS CLUB small group coaching for October! (It begins October 5th!)Join us Tuesdays at 10am PST!You'll receive:✔️4 coaching sessions with Hannah & Kelty✔️2 hrs per weekly session (recording emailed)✔️7 families to commiserate + connect with✔️LIVE Resources, discounts + more!DOORS CLOSE Monday! If you're looking for some support in showing up for your brilliant / infuriating kids, join us while there's still space! ✨ CLICK HERE to learn more and sign up!Relevant Links:- Our Freedoms Model- Our RESIST Approach- Our Shop - GUIDES + PRINTS!- Our Resources Page- Our Coaching page- Amber Okamura, Upbringing's Artist- Mary Schroeder, Upbringing's Letterer- Alex Olavarria, our producer, musician, editor + husband/brother in lawContact us! We want to hear your thoughts. We care deeply about what you think and how you're doin', so get in touch -- we're better together.Email us: email@example.comFollow Upbringing on Instagram: @upbringing.coJoin us to explore topics such as: parenting, motherhood, discipline, resistance, RIE parenting, feminist parenting, toddlers, tantrums, potty training, mindful parenting, conscious parenting, evidence-based parenting, positive parenting, respectful parenting, simplicity parenting and positive discipline.
Today's episode is with Sandr Oh Lin, founder and CEO of KiwiCo, which creates hands-on learning kits for children. Sandra started KiwiCo over ten years ago, after a career with executive positions at PayPal and eBay. She was looking for ways to give her own kids more hands-on projects to exercise their creativity, which led her down the path to become an entrepreneur and create KiwiCo. Today, KiwiCo has expanded to include 8 different lines of crates that are shipped out monthly. In the first half of today's conversation, we excavate some of the thornier challenges that come with creating a physical product — and Sandra's biggest aha moments as a first-time founder. She talks about creating the first KiwiCo crate, including the product development process and spinning up a supply chain and shipping department. Sandra also walks us through how KiwiCo approaches new product lines, particularly in the last year when KiwiCo demand skyrocketed. She also discusses how the team gathers quality consumer feedback when your customer is often a toddler. In the second half of our interview, she talks about some of the cultural practices at KiwiCo that all sorts of companies can learn from. Sandra's a big believer in manager training for everyone from folks that manage just one person, to executives that have been managing for decades. She outlines the specific management training modules they leverage at KiwiCo and makes the case for having everyone at the company fill out a motivations spreadsheet. Finally, she discusses the specific tactics she leans on for creating a feedback-rich environment for herself as a CEO. You can follow Sandra on Twitter at @sandraohlin. You can email us questions directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @ twitter.com/firstround and twitter.com/brettberson
This week, the boys go over the rumored new map and what Respawn needs to aim for and what they need to try and avoid. They pull from previous map experiences and discuss some things that they thing will really help make a well-rounded Battle Royale map. The boys also go back to the Heirloom drawing board and come up with 3 more wacky scenarios they they have to get out of using their picks of all of the Apex Legends Heirlooms. Lastly, the boys go through Grab My Bachelor and try to give Kyle some advice when it comes to Green Lights to look for in a partner. Music: Intro Lazy Aftermoon by | e s c p | https://escp-music.bandcamp.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Intro part 2: Remnants by Myuu | https://soundcloud.com/myuuMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_USOutro: Lazy Aftermoon by | e s c p | https://escp-music.bandcamp.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Grab My Bachelor Music: Beauty by MaxKoMusic | https://maxkomusic.com/Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unportedhttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
What are the developmental benefits of using music with babies and toddlers? Why should new parents sing? Explore the connection between early language development and music. #musicforbabies #babymusicclass #musicandmovementforbabies #musicandlanguagedevelopment #earlyintervention #toddlerspeechtherapy #mommyandmeclass #babiesandmusic #earlylanguagedevelopment #learnwithless #parentingpodcast The post Why Sing with Infants and Toddlers? appeared first on Learn With Less.
Julie Gunlock is director of Independent Women's Forum's center for progress and innovation. She is the author of the book From Cupcakes to Chemicals: How the Culture of Alarmism Makes Us Afraid of Everything and How to Fight Back. Inside Democrats' Plan To Indoctrinate Your Toddlers In Preschool
Going a little off the beaten path here to talk about feeding your kids! Insights, hacks, and tips for feeding your toddlers and kids. Episode inspired by my guest host and two year old daughter. Links and Coaching Info
This Week in the Security News: The Side Eye Toddler, Zix, Clubhouse, VCenter redux, Auntie M, Safepal, Virgil Griffith, the FBI, & the Expert Commentary of Jason Wood! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn153 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly
The Journey to Treating Diastasis Recti in Babies, Toddlers and People Struggling with Intestinal Issues Kelly Dean, MPT and Founder of The Tummy Team, shares how diastasis and digestion are so connected and how addressing this can help kids and adults that are struggling with both. Kelly shares more about our Tummy Team Toddler Course in this episode and how healing the core has changed the lives of many people struggling with chronic constipation. Take a listen, you might be surprised to learn how easy this is to treat with the right tools! Related Links: Tummy Team Toddler Course Abdominal Massage Blog Potty Posture Infographic Diastasis Recti in Children Subscribe to Our Podcast Here
If you ever feel like you're just counting down the minutes until your kid's bedtime, join the club. Nothing is wrong with you if you find parenting exhausting ... because it is exhausting! In this week's episode, Dr. Becky hears from three parents who feel emotionally, physically, and mentally depleted. She reminds each caller that they're not alone, and shares practical strategies to find your footing inside and outside of the moment. From scripts for talking to your kids about your big feelings to ideas on building up your "fun reservoir," you'll learn multiple ways to manage parental fatigue. A preview of the good inside this episode: (3:16-4:14): What to do when we are too tired to be the sturdy leader (10:41-11:57): Is it okay to talk to our kids about our feelings? (18:39-19:26): Why isn't parenting as fun for me as it seems to others? (26:41-28:05): Tying it all together with three takeaways Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside/ Subscribe for weekly strategies and scripts:https://goodinside.com/newsletter/ Learn more with Dr. Becky's workshops: https://learning.goodinside.com/ This episode is brought to you by Frida (https://frida.com/). Get 20% off your first order with code “drbecky”
If you're in need of a laugh, this episode is for you! Here is what Jennifer and Laura have for you: What can newborns actually see? The life giving laughter that comes from the things toddlers say and do. A lesson on making a difference in your neighborhood that Jennifer learned from Bobby Bowden. Your calls: What are your tips for room sharing with my toddler and newborn? How early can we switch to the next Moms on Call schedule? If my baby is sleeping, should I still wake up to pump? How can I shorten daytime naps so that they don't interfere with nighttime sleep? This episode is sponsored by: Bobbie organic infant formula - For 25% off your first box, use the code MOMSONCALL25). Brushies toothbrush puppets - For 15% off your purchase, use the code momsoncall (all lowercase). NEW from Moms on Call: Infant and Child CPR, Choking + First Aid Online Course Potty by Design Potty Training E-Resource Have a question for the Moms? Call us and leave a message at 888-234-7979. As a thank you for being one of our first podcast listeners, save 20% on any product purchased through our website with the code PODCAST! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Question: What did your parents do that embarrassed you as a kid? (eg. Your Mom would always try to be the "cool mom" that let the kids drink at the house with her, you were a snot and were embarrassed at the rusted out car your Dad drove, your Mom would always get into arguments at the PTA meetings, etc) Show Features: Are You Smarter?, Tipsy or Toddler, and Who's Got The Warrant Socials: @DaveandMahoney Voice Mail: 833-Yo-Dummy https://www.twitch.tv/daveandmahoney Additional Content: daveandmahoney.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When our children ask us difficult questions like "What happens when you die?" or "Am I going to die?", we often get stuck about what to do next. Should we talk about it? Should we avoid it? Should we offer a euphemism? We often assume kids are too young to talk about death, but here's something to consider: It's *never* too early to talk about things that are already on your child's mind. In this episode, Dr. Becky explains why we need to be honest with our kids about death, so they feel safe coming to us with all kinds of tricky questions throughout their lives. She shares practical scripts and strategies to guide you through difficult, but direct, conversations on death, dying, and grief. Remember: This is an emotional topic for us adults too, so before pressing play today, take a deep breath. Honor the feelings and sensations that come up for you as you listen to this episode. A preview of the good inside this episode: (5:58-12:42): How Dr. Becky answered her own kid's questions about death (12:52-13:30): Are kids ever too young to talk about death (19:09-20:27): How to explain grief (28:16-29:48): Tying it all together with three takeaways Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside/ Subscribe for weekly strategies and scripts:https://goodinside.com/newsletter/ Learn more with Dr. Becky's workshops: https://learning.goodinside.com/ This episode is brought to you by Frida (https://frida.com/). Get 20% off your first order with code “drbecky”
The lib hypocrisy continues with no masks at the emmys, but now there are schools all across the country masking up small children and instituting insane policies. The former FDA chair says social distancing at 6 feet is totally arbitrary and everybody in science knows it. Don't fall for the trap- they will still MANDATE boosters. Plus the border is a total mess, Biden is much dumber than Jimmy Carter, and more! Please subscribe to the podcast! And get more exclusive content from Buck at BuckSexton.com. Find Buck on: Twitter @BuckSexton Facebook @BuckSexton Instagram @BuckSexton Email the Podcast: TeamBuck@IHeartMedia.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com