Here is the video with the answer to today's question. Keep scrolling for more of the information we learned in our Bonus Class with Jennifer, and for links to on-line meditation resources!
One of the beautiful things about the internet is making connections with other individuals who love supporting families. I had the pleasure of meeting Susan Moss through LinkedIn. I am so honored to bring you our virtual interview and to share her amazing music with our Sweet Pea students and readers through our blog and our newsletter. I hope you will be as touched by her music as I have been!
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Ahh – today’s blog post is inspired by the class on
postpartum we just taught and two of our sweet students who are going through
some sleepless nights with their daughters.
Warm thoughts and wishes for the sandman are being sent for them.
A common suggestion when babies are sleepless is to let them cry it out, also
known as CIO. I cringe when I see those
words. I believe that babies are meant
to be with their mamas for the first nine months of their lives – you can read
more about why I believe that
Every parent wonders when they are going to be able to sleep again. It comes up on message boards
everywhere: When will I sleep
again? How do I train my baby to
sleep? Can’t I just let them cry it out
If you know me, you probably already what my answer is…your baby was designed a
certain way. Their cry is a signal that
something is wrong and your attention is required to attend to your child and
build that confidence between you and them.
Your babies are not supposed to sleep through the night –
We have been
getting back into our homeschooling schedule – loving our new curriculum! I have a minute while everyone is asleep,
which fits right into the theme for today – Bedtime Stories!
As the holiday
seasons approach, I start to purge the house of all the extras. I finally got to tackle our shelves of
children’s books and did some sorting that was long overdue. As stacks of books surrounded me, a pile of
bedtime books we have for our children started growing higher and higher.