Sunit has Susie Parker of www.sleepbabylove.com back on the show for a second time. They do a deeper dive around the topic of sleep and discuss how to raise good sleepers. Sunit shares how she got her twins sleeping through the night at a young age without harsh sleep training. They also talk about:
-what sleep regression is and what's normal
-how teething can be affected by sleep and why some parents don't even notice their kids are teething
-signs to look for that may indicate your child isn't sleeping properly as they get older
Sunit and Susie offer up a Q&A to the listeners. If you listen to today's episode and have more questions about sleep, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will answer it on a future podcast episode!
Streaming live from Facebook and Instagram, Sunit addresses the Florida shooting and what it has to do with intentional parenting. she talks about gun control, meditation, and why they don't throw birthday parties for their kids! If you want to raise kids that contribute positively to the world and reflect the values and hopes and dreams you have for them, you must reverse engineer your goals to guide them in the right direction. Listen in as Sunit shares examples from her own parenting of how and why they have made the choices they have, and the key to being confident in those choices.
Sunit and Cat Stancik of www.actionincubator.com talk about mindset shifts you can be making to stop feeling guilty as a busy mom. They talk about how you can stop being a mommy martyr and start rocking your mom life. They discuss everything from baking perfect cookies to sending christmas cards, and what self care truly means. If you are ready to stop talking about how busy you are and how much you aren't getting done, and START talking about all the amazing things you are doing, this episode is for you!
"Stop dreaming the dream and start living the dream"-Cat Stancik
Sunit interviews Health and Wellness Coach Michelle Beckner. They talk about all things nutrition and health eating and how moms are often the change makers and change starters in the home when it comes to bettering nutrition. Listen in as they dicsuss:
-how starting your baby on solids is an important time to be intentional because it can be the beginning of food choices for life
-why it's important to not have a double standard when it comes to food for kids vs adults
-the key signs that a baby is ready to try solids, and some resources to help you decide how you want to introduce them
-what is the ideal age to introduce spice and variety
-how moms can change their perspective around raising healthy eaters and why it's important to do so
And much more!
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