Kids And Family Podcasts
Raising and supporting a transgender child (including teens and young adults) is still seen as a radical move by many. We are here to offer support and help educate people on matters ranging from understanding the difference between being gender non-conforming and trans, talking to doctors, when to allow a child to transition, name changes, clothing, puberty, hormones, sports, schools, family stress, religion, laws, frustrations and triumphs.<br> <br> As society starts to understand the needs of the transgender community, more people are seeking information on how to be supportive. We will also explore ways schools, medical offices, and businesses in general can support the trans population, as an extension of the training services offered through Gender Inc.
By Debi Jackson: Transgender Rights Activist, Public Speaker and Trainer
Podcast by Brad & Greta of www.MyBabyCanSleep.com Are Baby Sleep Consultants. They Help Get Babies Sleeping Through The Night. Moms, Dads, And Families Are Happier When Babies, Infants, And Toddlers Sleep Through The Night! Brad And Greta Are A Christian Homescho
By Brad & Greta of www.MyBabyCanSleep.com Are Baby Sleep Consultants. They Help Get Babies Sleeping Through The Night. Moms, Dads, And Families Are Happier When Babies, Infants, And Toddlers Sleep Through The Night! Brad And Greta Are A Christian Home
Parenting. It's fun. It's challenging. It crosses racial and ethnic and socioeconomic barriers. Oh, and once you have "it" figured out, everything changes. While it certainly takes a village to raise a child, this podcast focuses on the parent. We hope to learn from other parents while giving you, the listener, some actionable tips to help you become a better parent. Note: This podcast is sponsored by gDiapers. Learn more at gdiapers.com.
The Orange Leaders Audio Blog helps family, youth and children’s ministry leaders influence the faith and character of kids and teenagers. Five days a week, Monday through, Friday, we will share the best strategies, tips and ideas from the Orange Leaders online blog. Each episode will cover relevant family ministry topics with posts from leaders like Reggie Joiner; Carey Nieuwhof; Kristen Ivy; Adam Duckworth; Sue Miller; Mike Clear; Jim Wideman; Dan Scott; Meaghan Wall; Frank Bealer; Dr. Jim Burns; Yancy Richmond; Nick Blevins; Brooklyn Lindsey; Geoff Surratt; and Kenny Conley. Each guest contributor is an Orange Leader – someone who passionately engages both the church and families to influence the next generation. If that’s you, you are part of an incredible, global community helping kids have a better future. We are for you and the development of your leadership in ministry. For additional resources and episode transcripts, visit www.OrangeLeaders.com.
Talking Mom2Mom is a rest stop for moms traveling the homeschool road. Your hosts, Richele McFarlin and Lindsey Stomberg, are two homeschool moms in different seasons of life. Join them as they share their trials, victories, and all the laughs in between. Listen in for topics ranging from managing your home and homeschool with multiple ages, marriage over the years, raising Godly young girls and boys, leaning on the Lord at all times, and so much more!
By Richele McFarlin and Lindsey Stomberg
Andrea Olson, MA, of Go Diaper Free, shares all of her Elimination Communication and Infant Potty Training tips, tricks, explanations, how-to's, and tutorials so you can have a diaper-free baby (free from dependence upon diapers), ages 0-18 months (plus resources for potty training toddlers over 18 months old). New parents who practice natural parenting or Attachment Parenting, who are crunchy or mainstream, city or country, who want to stop changing diapers at an earlier age will discover how to start, maintain, and troubleshoot an EC practice with any baby or young toddler, whether part-time, full-time, or just occasionally. If you follow Andrea's guidance and the support of the Go Diaper Free online community, your baby can be out of diapers by 6-20 months. How-to's, interviews, and background information, plus individual episodes on naked time, diaper-free time, observation, how to know when baby needs to pee, how to potty a baby, potty training while traveling, ECing while shopping, nighttime EC, part-time Elimination Communication, cloth diapering, diapers as tools, when to ditch the diapers, re-setting for potty resistance, achieving potty independence, when to potty train, what to teach when toilet training, EC potty pause solutions, refusing to sit on the potty, and not signaling, plus new research and instruction on Late Start EC, graduating EC, and correcting problems caused by uninformed EC activities (like reversing peeing-on-the-floor habits, or stopping potty pauses), and more. With this podcast and involvement with the community at Go Diaper Free, you will discover how to integrate going diaper-free into your busy lifestyle as a new parent…10-15 minutes at a time. It's no longer &amp;quot;diaper-free before 3&amp;quot;…now you can stop using diapers like 1/2 of the world…by about 1 year old!
By Andrea Olson
When parents use a heart based approach to child training, amazing things happen in the child’s life. Instead of relying on a reward/punishment model, parents develop important tools for addressing the heart of a child. This podcast guides parents into practical tools for daily work with their children ages 2 through 18. Dr. Scott Turansky is the co-founder of the National Center for Biblical Parenting and teaches parenting seminars each week all over the United States.
By Dr. Scott Turansky