See Me Hear Me Love Me
Summary: Life with kids is messy. We celebrate all the messes...so you know you are not alone! And you GOT this..
Big emotions are a part of every new beginning, every new step in development - particularly starting Camp or School. Listen as these 3 moms describe the emotions and the process of growing in independence, confidence and trust. With insights from a, Early Childhood program Director who truly listens and supports each child and family. At the table with Trisha, Stacey, Rachel and Naomi
Dads are redefining what it means to be a dad. Listen as these dads describe their emotional commitment to being the kind of dads they strive to be. They want to give their children everything their children need - that means being nurturers and coaches. This is heart-to-heart parenting!!! Bravo Dads! At the Table with Ryan, Craig, Jamey and Brian Vondruska (author of The Kind of Parent You Are)
Listen to this conversation from the archives about the emotional skill building found in comfort objects! At the table with Jenn, Michele and Dustin
How to raise a daughter, or a son, who feels strong and confident in her voice and her choices, particularly in a world where it might be easy to grow without a sense of your own needs, your own ideas and your own sense of self. And...not saying "sorry" for opinions, ideas, being different or standing alone! at the Table with Cara, Trisha and Adam
Listen to three very different Adoption Stories that help us all to be more aware and more sensitive in our language and our understanding of families and family stories. At the table with Elana, Angelique and Brandy
Early Childhood professionals know how much Early Childhood matters to brain development, to learning and growing, to realizing a child fullest potential. Here's invaluable insight from a Dad who knows first hand that the choices they made when their boys were young planted seeds a decade later. What you do matters!!! What you teach matters! You'll love this conversation reassuring new dads and new parents to believe in what they do!!! At the Table with Seth
Listen to an experienced parent talk about years of Summer and Weekly unplugging! You will be wowed by the deep and profound impact of "disconnecting" from technology and screens in order to "connect" to self, others and experiences!!! Not to be missed! from the Archives with Stephanie Englander
Wishing everyone a Mother's Day full of self-care, self-honoring and self-recognition!
Listen as we discuss what rules are important in a particular family and how different parents set those rules. Mean Moms? Good Moms? Loving Moms? Everyone finds their own parenting style. What matters most is reflecting on what works for you and for each of your children and finding your own way to teaching, guiding and loving your children. At the Table with Stacey, Meredith and Nicole
Inuit parents use storytelling to help children manage difficult situations. They do so without yelling and without scolding through stories, play and imagination. Here are a few of my thoughts on how we can learn from Inuit parents and create our own stories and narratives to raise children with kindness and understanding. This is the beginning of an ongoing conversation of reflecting on the stories that create meaning and connection in our lives and in our culture. Love to hear your thoughts on stories, meaning-making, culture and personal development.
The book "Yes Day" by Amy Krause Rosenthal challenges us to change our routines and be less predictable. It challenges us to give children voice and power while trusting that we can all be safe in their choices. The surprise of trying our own "yes days" is that we learn so much about ourselves, our comfort zone, and nest of all, our children's comfort zones and their needs. Enjoy this archive podcast as 3 families describe how Yes Days go for them! At the Table with Jessica, Amy and Logan
Managing all the stuff in a home is complicated enough and then you add in kids who have their own emotional attachment to stuff and their own resistance to clean-up and organizing. Tips and reality come together in this podcast to help you find your personal organizing style. At the Table with Alexis, Laura and Paulina
Are we listening to Dad Stories? I'm pretty sure Dads are carrying a big load of emotional parenting on their shoulders. Listen to what they are juggling day-to-day, their worries, their hopes, their love. At the Table with Grant and Ben
Let's revisit why social-emotional skills are so important for Kindergarten and life success. Listen as Early Childhood educators discuss how kids learn best. This is a replay of Episode #142 At the Table with Stephanie, Naomi and Alana
Emotions may be the most important key to understanding ourselves and creating deeply loving, nurturing relationships. Today we talk about baby emotions, toddler emotions, how layered and complex emotions feels as children grow into personhood. We also talk about grown-up emotions - how we as parents and teachers revisit and re-experience all kinds of messy emotions too. Emotional Intelligence is a lifelong skill and truly THE foundation of See Me Hear Me Love Me. At the table with Elana