Links for this episode:

Daniel Siegel- The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind

Jane Nelsen – Positive Discipline: The Classic Guide to Helping Children Develop Self-Discipline, Responsibility, Cooperation, and Problem-Solving Skills

Laura Markham – Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting (The Peaceful Parent Series)

Debbie.  A mom of an 8-year old daughter and an 11-year old son, a wife, and a friend to many.

She’s so passionate with what she does. Professionally, she’s a mindfulness educator, a parent coach – teaching positive discipline, where these passions became a core part of who she is.

She’s a licensed social worker and has done a lot of parenting work prior to having her kids. That made her think parenting is going to be easy and even said she was the absolute perfect parent, … Read More...

Our guest today is Dr. Steve Hodges, who’s a Pediatric Urologist at the Wake Forest University Medical Center. He has uncovered the root cause of pee accidents and poop accidents one a child’s potty trained. It’s not widely recognized; however eye-opening so listen carefully to what Dr. Hodges has to say. He is an author of numerous scientific articles and he’s made toileting issues the heart of his research and medical practice.

Steve Hodges. Associate Professor of Pediatric Urology at Wake Forest University of Medicine. He trained in medical school and had residency as a surgeon neurologist to primarily surgery. About half of the patients they see and that being children with being dysfunction, which is a diagnosis for any poop or pee kind of problem in kids. He was interested as to why this is happening, as he was doing … Read More...

Naya Weber is a certified lactation consultant based in Austin, Texas. She teaches classes on breastfeeding education and blogs about motherhood, breastfeeding and more. In this podcast, Naya discusses topics such as what government support you could expect, what you shouldn’t be doing when breastfeeding; finally the must-have’s for breastfeeding moms.

Naya Weber. She is a wife and a mom of two boys, ages 7 and 3 1/2. She is also a lactation consultant where she helps families in the early stages of breastfeeding, working through issues they may have – like with latch or positioning, discomforts and/or questions on pumping. Naya works with an older infant whose about to transition to solid foods or with parents who are going back to work or anything that has to do with infant feeding, or transitioning to or away from breastfeeding.

Challenges. Breastfeeding … Read More...

Kass. She is a mom first and foremost, a businesswoman, a wife, and a friend. She mentioned it’s not easy to be all those things at once. Kass would give her perspective as a mom and working at the same time.

She had her first child a couple years into golf.com. She had her second when they were in their five years into golf.com, while their last child a month before starting Buddy Media. They started golf.com in 1998 and had his eldest, Myles, in 2001. Her second son Cole in 2004. They sold golf.com in 2006 and then a month after had their third child Vivian.

Having it all. For Kass, having it all means not going crazy while having kids and trying to work outside the home. Her opinion is that

It’s not just you can’t, it’s that we

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