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..
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
This podcast is filled with heart as you hear the joy of raising children with family connection to grown siblings, cousins and parent traditions. Yes, it goes way too fast but it the sharing of our stories, ourselves, and our the day-to-day of our children that holds time a little longer. Savor the lightning speed of children growing by sharing the memories that slow down time. At the Table with Samantha, Stephanie and Lili
Getting ready for Baby #2 is different from getting ready for your first child because you already know how a baby changes your world and your life. This time you are preparing your first born too - to be a big brother or sister, to share Mommy & Daddy, and to be part of a bigger family. You also wrestle with the question of "how will I love another child as much as I do my first"? And....you will! At the Table with Alexis, Stephanie and Olivia
Tinkering is the fun road to big STEM thinking and learning. Listen as two parents and educators talk about the play, innovation, discovery and tinkering that builds STEM skills in young children. This podcast is about taking time and creating opportunities for problem solving and curiosity, small parts and nature. Tinkering is all about hands-on experiences with all the deep questions that children bring to learning. At the table with Lindsey and Katey
Listen to the insights of body-brain development from Jodi Dietz, owner of Dietz Pediatric Therapy. Give your child the joy of movement to unlock their fullest potential for all learning!
Had to have this mini Pocket Rant when someone shared this article with me - The Sexist History of Women's Pockets: https://medium.com/verve-up/the-bewildering-and-sexist-history-of-womens-pockets-1edf3a98117 Hope it helps us all reflect on how what children wear impact attitude, confidence and mastery in the world.
Are you ready for potty training? Is your child ready for potty learning? Begin with a respect for your child's readiness and your child's ability to manage his or her body in a million different situations. Meet your child exactly where he or she is, know the pieces of the potty puzzle that need to come together, and be the person that helps your child connect the dots to success and mastery.
Here's one from the archives, originally titles Parents: United and Separate - how to respect differences and come together when it matters! Revisiting because we know the secret is Communication!!! And respect! At the table with Dustin, Tara, Motti and Stacey
Parent peace is always elusive and it's even harder as your child grows in independence and sassiness. Listen as these parents follow up on Episode #90 - the ongoing challenge of parent peace and power. At the table with Kim, Dylan and Stacey
With the help of B'nai Torah's TLC coordinator, Tzedakah, Learning & Chesed, we can shift our perception and awareness to see all the possible ways we can be involved in our communities. Families with young children can create on-going habits to respond to the needs of others in ways that are meaningful and engaging for all - from toddlers to grown-ups. And...it can be done without being guilty or overwhelmed. At the table with Summer and Phyllis
Today's podcast is with two extraordinary people who inspire me and steer me regularly towards hope, purpose and meaning. Today they share their vision looking forward - what gives them hope and purpose as they create a vital community for families to feel connected and less alone. Listen as they show us all how to grow together - perfectly imperfect. At the table with Rabbi David Steinhardt and Naomi Gordon
my New Year's wish for you - there will be love in 2019, lots of love!!!!
As we talk about sex after baby, we see that sex is about couple-care and self-care - essential to emotional well-being for parents and for families. Listen to Rebecca Ginder, LCSW and certified sex therapist, with two moms of babies under one year talk about great communication to build a strong, happy relationship. At the table with Rebecca, Jen and Ashley
The stories of working moms remind us that everyone creates and discovers what works for them and honoring those choices are the only way to sanity. It's never easy and it's always filled with compromises but Moms truly got this!!! At the table with Nicole, Kristin and Julie