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Navigating Tears: A Compassionate Guide to Understanding and Responding to Your Child's Cries crying infant newborn preschool sleep training toddler

When we can come from a place of understanding for our children, then we may begin to understand that crying is communication. When a newborn, infant, toddler or preschooler is crying, as a parent it is important to know that we will need to respond to this communication.  The challenge is,...

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Be less stressed and get more sleep for baby with flexible routines flexible routines infant mental health newborn parenthood preschool toddler

Most of my clients come to me frustrated and wanting to get more sleep for the baby and themselves.  They feel: 

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Newborn Sleep- The Fourth Trimester crying flexible routines fourth trimester newborn newborn sleep

From the moment you discover you're going to be a parent, the next nine months are a whirlwind of planning and preparation. Most of that time is spent planning for the labor and delivery, and navigating all the things for your new little one.   However, despite all the reading and learning,...

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No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Bites or Bars feeding essentials feeding window play windows recipes

One of my favorite snacks to make for a family when I’m on a postpartum doula shift is the no-bake peanut butter energy bites. This is a great way to get a healthy, protein-packed, sweet treat snack while feeding your baby.

The good news about this treat is that even if you are not feeding...

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