Episode 55 | May 22nd
Breastfeeding Toddlers: Night Nursing and Weaning
You had so many questions about breastfeeding toddlers that we had to release another episode! Learn more about nursing strategies at night and during naptime as well as ways to gently wean your toddler. Brought to you by our sister show, The Boob Group.
Episode 54 | May 15th
Five Tips to Prevent “Mommy Brain”
With so many responsibilities (and children) to take care of, it’s a wonder we can remember our own names. We call it “mommy brain” or “momnesia”. So, what exactly is happening within the body to trigger this? Plus, what are five great tips to help stay on track- and sharp as a tack!
Episode 53 | May 8th
Circumcision: The Intact Point-of-View
We’re continuing our discussion on circumcision with a closer look at the option of staying intact. What are some of the potential risks and benefits? Plus, learn more about a bill to make the circumcision of minors illegal.
Episode 52 | May 1st
International Parenting Perspectives
Recent research indicates American kids today are falling short in terms of academic achievement, happiness, and wellness- when compared to the rest of the world. If that’s true, what can we learn from international parenting styles to improve the environments in which we raise our kids?
Elimination Communication: Going Diaperless!
Dreading diapers and potty-training? What if you could learn to recognize your newborn’s timing, signals and cues and use a potty from day one? Get the details to see if this option is right for you!
Baby Eczema and Common Skin Issues
Eczema is a common problem among babies, and there are other skin conditions your little one may experience early in life. What are the common skin issues, what should you be looking for and what are some effective ways to treat them?
The Dad’s Guide to Your Baby’s First Year
Happy Father’s Day to all our new and expecting dads! In this episode, an all-dad panel talk about things they have learned during their baby’s first year- and what they WISH they knew without having to experience it firsthand!
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