December 22, 2011
The radical evolution in parenting you MUST know about – Part One
There is an evolutionary transformation, a paradigm shift, taking place in our understanding of babies, human development and parenting. The research that has been conducted and proven over the last 30 years in a variety of fields continues to profoundly change the ways in which we can best parent our young ones. So let’s roll up our sleeves and take a look at just what is causing such a leap forward in what we know about child development and parenting.
November 21, 2011
I’m a huge fan of dreaming big. And when I say big I mean REALLY BIG! For example, one of my biggy big dreams is this:
A world in which babies and children are loved and respected as whole people from the very beginning. Where parents and birth professionals are guided, supported, and inspired to be their best, truest, selves. And where families are living deep, connected, joy-filled and love-fueled lives together.
November 10, 2011
40 ways to help babies and children thrive
Three and a half years ago I saw my first TED talk. The speaker, a woman named Jill Bolte Taylor, was a Harvard neuroscientist who had suffered a stroke. I was blown away by her presentation for several reasons, but mainly because, without doing so directly, she was doing a great job of explaining what I imagine it is like to be a baby.