Grab your tea or coffee and take a look–there’s something here for everyone!
It’s fun to look back at my Facebook business page to see which posts you liked the best.
Viewing these posts as a group affirms what I already know about you: you care deeply about your connection with your children and you are always open to learning. You also appreciate (and deserve!) validation for your work as parents.
Here are links to your ten favorite articles and videos, with my original comments included, except where some additional explanation was necessary.
This study says that picky eating can be genetic, but that being “too strict” or “too lenient” can have an impact too.
Thank you to Katie Chappell-Lakin for the lovely article “The Power of Presence in Early Childhood” and to Dr. Amanda Kaufman of Integrative Healthcare Providers for hosting my free talk on Helping Children With Emotional Moments.
“There is just no way to hold a baby too much. Really and truly. No freaking way.”
A post about my six-week Starter Class (updated to include current dates).
Calling all not-perfect parents! I’ve got a local class starting on January 29th. I love Hand in Hand Parenting because it’s not one-size-fits-all, not a “magic bullet,” just tools to help us understand and respond, recharge and connect. I offer parenting support because I know what it’s like to feel unsure about how to respond to what is happening with, to or inside of my child. To yell–again–after promising myself I wouldn’t. To be scared that I am messing up the project and the people who are most important in my life. Your challenges may be very different than mine, but there are tools that helped me, and I know they help other parents. You can find out about my winter class here and check out what other parents have to say about how the Hand in Hand Parenting approach helped their parenting.
Love this! It’s so interesting to hear how families handle the first bath. It’s quite a privilege to help with bathing when I am working with a family postpartum.
Please let me know when coaches in the United States start saying that being at your child’s birth is more important than winning a title!
Fun birth quiz. I’m a “Birth Master.” How did you do?
I’m all choked up.
This is one of my newsletters that got lots of interest on Facebook. You can subscribe to my e-newsletter here, and you’ll also get my downloadable local resource guide for families.
If you know someone who would like support using the Hand in Hand Parenting tools and approach, would you please share this with them?
You might also like to check out my other blogs on Being Parents!