We’re talking with Marcy Franck, senior communications strategist and creator of The Climate Optimist newsletter at The Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health to highlight some climate wins this Earth Month.
How to Talk to Your Kids about Sex with Amy Lang
This week, we are helping listeners to feel confident and comfortable with discussing sex in their household, through our informative talk with Amy Lang.
The Movement Mama Shares the Importance of Developmental Play
We talked with Dr. Kailee Noland, The Movement Mama, to learn more about movement milestones and crucial motor skill practices for toddlers.
Meals Your Kids Will Actually Eat with Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler Food
We chatted with Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler Food, to learn more about the nutrient-rich, toddler-friendly recipes that she’s crafted for her audience on Instagram and in her upcoming cookbook Dinnertime SOS, available this August. We also dive into meal planning on a budget while appeasing young eaters!
How to Navigate the Highs and Lows of Parenting by Strengthening Our Relationships with Our Kids
This week, we’re sitting down with Vanessa Kahlon, child development expert and author of How to Do Parenting with Confidence, to discuss teaching your children self-regulation, introducing discipline into your household, and how a strong relationship with your child can help curb unwanted behaviors.
When Did Kids Birthday Parties Become So Extra?
Birthday parties are the perfect occasion to celebrate your child and usher in a new, exciting milestone. But it’s easy to get carried away planning these joyous occasions, potentially taking a major toll on your wallet and energy. Which begs the question, when did birthday parties get so extra? In this episode, we dive into our birthday party personality types and share ways to make a birthday party simple yet special. We talk about party favors, guest etiquette, and the pressure social media adds to the equation.