Jayne Havens is a certified sleep consultant through the institute of pediatric sleep and parenting. She works with families to help get their babies and kids sleeping better through her business Snoozefest by Jayne Havens! Jayne is also the founder of Pediatric Sleep Management where she trains other people to start their own businesses as … Read moreEpisode 22: Jayne Havens – Empowering you to help your baby sleep through the night
Nefertiti Austin is the mother of two, Professor and the author of memoir Motherhood so White: A Memoir of Race, Gender and Parenting in America. Her work has appeared in the “New York Times”, “Washington Post”, “Huffington Post”, “MUTHA”, “Gen Medium”, and many other publications. Nefertiti adopted both of her children through the foster care … Read moreEpisode 21: Nefertiti Austin – Motherhood so White: Race, Gender and Parenting in America
Zoie Hoffman from Hoffman Tutoring Group joins the podcast today to talk about goal setting and tips for helping kids with homework without the chaos. If we’ve learned one thing this year it’s that having kids home for virtual school is a challenge. Zoie gives us some tangible ways we can help our kids have … Read moreEpisode 20: Zoie Hoffman – Goal Setting with Kids and Homework Tips
Ralphie Jacobs is a positive parenting expert and shares “life changing parenting truths” through her courses over at Simply on Purpose and through her wildly popular instagram. She is the mother of four and has a big passion for arming parents with powerful parenting skills that will change your home. In this episode we talk … Read moreEpisode 19: Ralphie Jacobs – Look for the Good. You have the Power to Change your Behavior as the Parent.
Lisa Graft is a beautiful soul who will encourage you to be exactly who YOU were created to be unapologetically. I knew when I sat down with Lisa that I would leave the conversation filled up with energy to pursue motherhood the way I was meant to. We all have different skills and passions and … Read moreEpisode 18: Lisa Graft – Unmet expectations and identity outside of Motherhood
Katie Arnold joins us for round two on the podcast today! You first heard from her in episode 9 when we talked about raising adventurous kids! Today she returns and we talk about kids and sports and why it’s so important to nurture a love for sport AND play. It can be really easy to … Read moreEpisode 15: Katie Arnold – Nurturing a love for Sport and Play
Happy Holidays friends! I am taking a break week this week and just wanted to pop on to say hi and I hope you are enjoying this season. It’s a challenge over here if I’m being honest and I wanted to say you are not alone if you are struggling as well! Sending so much … Read moreHappy Holidays from Lindsey!
Alex Caspero, Registered Dietitian with Plant Based Juniors comes back today! We had so much to cover during our first episode that we decided to go for round two! Great news- after our first conversation Alex became inspired and created a free protein guide you can check out. We cover A LOT in this episode. … Read moreEpisode 14: Alex Caspero, RD – Picky Eating, Food Choices, Language, Supplements & More
Jeena Wilder is the mother of four, an adoption advocate and a new homeschooling mom. She gave up the virtual learning thing and just went full on homeschool on her own! I bow down. Her and her husband have three biological children and one child through a kinship adoption. We get to hear about how … Read moreEpisode 13: Jeena Wilder – Talking with your Kids about Race, Transracial Adoption & Learning with your Kids
Bryce Reddy is a licensed mental health counselor specializing in maternal mental health. She joins us today to talk about triggers, anger management in parenthood and so much more! In this episode we talk about coming into parenthood after loss, managing the newborn years and paying attention to our own triggers as parents so that … Read moreEpisode 12: Bryce Reddy – Temper Tools for Parents