Category Archives for Parenting

Ep. 155: The Bottom Line for Baby with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.

The Bottom Line for Baby, Tina Payne Bryson

SHOW NOTES This week’s conversation is with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., the trusted, down-to-earth parenting expert many of us have grown to trust over the years due to her pragmatic, research-based approach and advice. Tina has researched and written the reference book every new parent needs to combat the anxiety from competing advice from family…

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Parenting in Place Masterclass Series

I’m thrilled to be part of this new collective of some of today’s most prominent thought leaders in parenting, neuroscience, and well-being, whose books together have sold more than 3 million copies. We are passionate about helping families navigate these challenging times, and have come together to share our very best strategies and ideas for…

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Pick a Summer Theme!

With school out, longer days, and more open space in your family’s schedule, summer offers a great opportunity to try something new! Instead of getting bogged down (like I often do) with lofty goals and plans that just aren’t realistic (like cleaning out every closet), why not pick one main theme for your family’s summer…

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My Biggest Fan

Mother’s Day 2020 In anticipation of Mother’s Day, I took some time going through some pictures of my mom today. The pictures remind me… How my mom, to me, has always been the most beautiful, glamorous, put-together, high fashion woman in the world. How my mom has always been what we refer to in our…

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Advice from an Aussie during “Iso for the Rona”

Hi SP Friends, I absolutely love receiving emails from Sunshine Parenting Podcast listeners with feedback, ideas, and questions. This email came in from Vicki, who is a chiropractor who specializes in treating patients for the physical effects of stress. Vicki lives in Melbourne,  Australia, with her husband and three children. If you’ve heard my phrase,…

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12 Stay at Home Activities & Tips

4 weeks! That’s how long we’ve all been at home with our kids, socially distancing from others to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. And we know for sure that we’ll still be here for at least a few more weeks. These are strange and scary times, but we can promote our own and our…

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30 Days of Kindness

Want to join me for 30 Days of Kindness? Since we have more time to spend with our families at home this month, how about we focus on practicing more kindness? All you need to do is commit to doing 30 kind acts during the month of April. You can participate as an individual or…

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Advice & Encouragement from Experienced Homeschool Parent Kate Rader

Kate Rader, Homeschool

While many schools are struggling to figure out how (and how often) to offer virtual classes, kids have more free time now that both school and extracurricular activities are cancelled. And they’re home with us all the time. In Sara’s and my conversation with experienced homeschool parent, Kate Rader, she shared some encouragement and resources.…

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