Children view time as endless — maybe that’s something we adults could heed and try to practice more often.
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By providing quiet time, you provide your little one time to explore, relax, and enjoy their own company. They will greatly benefit from what I call their “brain time.”
Focus on the adage “less is more.” If you imbibe in much less caffeine, and if the timing is just right, you might be able to consume at least a little of the chocolate or coffee you love.
To make the transition as successful as possible, you need to decide if the timing is right, plan for implementing the change, and be available to support your little one for as long as the transition requires.
You’re told your baby or toddler is underweight. What can you do? Reach for these nutrient-dense foods — including many vegetarian and vegan options.
Soup is an excellent option for the make ahead plan. Make a big pot of soup and eat it for a few days. Then you can freeze some and rotate it into some other weeks.
I care so much about helping families achieve healthful sleep and what is known in child development as goodness of fit. I strive to help families fit together in a manner that supports each individual in the best way possible while helping the family as a whole.