Navigating sleep [for both you and baby] is no easy task and we know that no one is their best self when they are sleep deprived. In this episode, Judith chats with Wee Sleep Founder and CEO, Janey Reilly, about all things sleep.
On this season of 40 Weeks To Forever, we are chatting with both moms and experts, who are sharing encouragement, advice, and answering some of the most common questions all parents have [some you didn't even know to ask]! Available wherever you listen to podcasts.
In this podcast episode, we chat with Dr. Tanya Cotler who walks us through the importance of rupture and repair, trusting your intuition, and how to create a warm, loving, and healthy bond with your babe.
In this podcast episode, we chat about common car seat myths, laws vs. best practices and how to ensure your precious cargo is safe before you head out on the highway [aka home from the hospital] with Katherine, President of the Child Passenger Safety Association of Canada.
In this episode, we chat with Angela Grant Buechner, President of the Canadian Lactation Consultant Association. We discuss cluster feeding, what to look for if things don’t feel right, and how to let go of the guilt when it is time to end your breastfeeding journey.
Tamara Vahn is the owner of Body By You, a lifestyle fitness training and events company. Tamara is passionate about debunking the myths of working out while pregnant and helping women find motivation and perspective when it comes to living an active postnatal life.
If you are planning on bettering your baby’s naps, it’s important to understand why they aren’t happening in the first place. Alanna McGinn, founder of Good Night Sleep Site, provides us with insight into why your baby just won't nap.
Almost all of us struggle with sleep issues at some point in our parenting lives. It doesn’t matter if it’s your baby or toddler, sleep struggles can seem like a never-ending journey on a very sleep-deprived road. If you’re not sleeping well because you’re sharing a bed with your little one, or you want to reclaim your bed as an adult-only zone (for some grown-up ‘alone time’), here are a few things you can do to help.
Eventually, the day will come when it’s the right time for your little one to stop being your roommate. Just with any sort of change, it will take some time, and a bit of patience. It can be a difficult and confusing time for new parents but there is plenty that you can do to set baby up for success.
Sleep can feel like one of the most confusing topics for new parents. Information on how to help your baby sleep better seems to be everywhere! So, how do you weed through every sleep tip being thrown at you and still make the best decision for your little one?