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The Teaching Your Toddler Podcast

Interviews, Storytime and Fun Activities for you and your toddler - age-appropriate activities that your child will love - letters, numbers, crafts, snacks, yoga poses, Spanish words, music and much more. Check out the website for all the links at www.teachingyourtoddler.com

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Dyslexia: Early Clues You Can Look For And What To Do Next with IMSE's Robin Zikmund
Wondering what the signs are that your child may potentially struggle with dyslexia? You HAVE to listen to our interview with Robin Zikmund, a mom-advocate from the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education (IMSE). It's estimated that about 20% of kids struggle with dyslexia; that's one out of five! AND - it's hereditary, so if someone in your child's family struggled with dyslexia, that could mean your child is more likely to struggle too. There's a spectrum for dyslexia too so there's a huge range to how much it might affect someone. Early intervention is KEY, Robin says so this episode is even more important if you have little ones - like before age 5! While this episode is not meant as a diagnosis, Robin will help you start looking for some of the earliest signs of one of the most common learning challenges - she will also help you understand what your next steps are to get the support you need from your child's school. Robin's story of her son's frustration with reading and learning to the point of complete defeat, will break your heart, but also her drive to get to the bottom of what was happening and eventually "educating the educators" will inspire you to advocate for your child too. She mentions the Orton-Gillingham methods which you can find out about on the IMSE's website here. https://imse.com/ She also mentions Emily Hanford's podcast called Sold A Story found here: https://features.apmreports.org/sold-a-story/ Robin serves as the Dyslexia Advocate and Community Engagement Manager for IMSE, the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education - a literacy training company focused on the science of reading. She is also the founder of Decoding Dyslexia Idaho, a grassroots movement that aims to increase access to educational interventions and teacher professional development for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities in public schools.  Institute for Multi-Sensory Education (IMSE) Website: https://imse.com/ Institute for Multi-Sensory Education (IMSE) Journal: https://journal.imse.com/ Decoding Dyslexia Idaho: https://www.decodingdyslexiaidaho.org/ Robin Zikmund LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robin-zikmund-50a379141/ Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
32:35 4/29/24
Potty Training: The Best Resources You'll Ever Need With Jool Baby Potty Learning Coach Kim West
The episode we've been dying to bring you - Potty Training, or as expert Kim West says Potty Coaching. Listen to the end for a fantastic parenting hack you MUST have when you're out and about with your little one in public restrooms. All the things you've been dying to know about - when is my child ready? How long should it take? What age should I start? Along with some of the common challenges we face when we are working with our little ones. Kim, aka "The Sleep Lady(R)", is a Jool Baby Potty Learning Coach, licensed clinical social worker, working mother, and a leading authority in gentle sleep and potty training. Her sleep and potty coaching programs have supported hundreds of thousands of parents globally, offering a stress-free, non-punitive, and bribe-free approach. Kim is dedicated to making her potty training method widely accessible to parents. Through a collaboration with Jool Baby potty products, available at major retailers including Walmart, Target, Amazon, and Babylist. Kim shares a guide to her gentle, proven approach to potty coaching for everyday parents. Her podcast is called The Gentle Parenting Show Podcast and her website is sleeplady.com. Her free Potty Resources are available here. Find her on Instagram at @thesleeplady Learn more about Jool Baby and the product Kim mentiones in the epsiode here.  Find Jool Baby on social media at: https://www.instagram.com/joolbaby/ https://www.facebook.com/joolbaby https://www.tiktok.com/@joolbaby Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!  
38:23 4/23/24
Surprising Confessions from Couples About Retirement and How To Avoid Issues with Marcy Keckler
A new survey called "Couples, Money & Retirement" surveyed 1,510 American couples and found that while they trust each other to make decisions, they also face several issues when it comes to planning for retirement. Join us for this mini-episode interview with Marcy Keckler, Vice President of Financial Advice Strategy at Ameriprise Financial about the survey's findings and what couples can do to better communicate about these very important financial issues. About Marcy Keckler: Marcy Keckler, CFP®, CRPC®, RICP®, is the Senior Vice President of Financial Advice Strategy at Ameriprise Financial. She leads the overall strategy for financial advice at Ameriprise, enabling thousands of financial advisors to help millions of clients achieve their financial goals and dreams. Keckler has been with Ameriprise Financial for 27 years in a variety of positions in financial planning, marketing, and interactive development. Her commentary and quotes on retirement and personal finance have been featured in numerous media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, MarketWatch, Forbes and US News and World Report. Keckler is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER certificant (CFP®), a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®) and a Retirement Income Certified Professional (RICP®). She also holds Series 7 and Series 24 FINRA securities licenses. She is a graduate of Georgetown University. Keckler serves on the board of directors for the Angel Foundation, which provides financial and emotional support to adults with cancer and their families. For more information visit https://www.ameriprise.com/ Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids #podcast #toddlerlife #financialeducation #financialplanning
08:00 4/20/24
The Unexpected Benefits of Crafting with Leticia Barr
Did you know crafting is actually teaching your brain engineering principles? You are designing, measuring, coordinating and putting things together. It's helping your brain! Listen to our short episode with Leticia Barr, founder of savvytechmama.com as well as STEM teacher and parenting expert. If you'd like to see the examples she's talking about, find this broadcast on our YouTube channel here.  Leticia is an award-winning technology, education, and parenting blogger who founded TechSavvyMama.com in 2008. Her site combines her knowledge of child development, psychology, education, technology, and parenting to provide useful advice for families. Leticia has taught first grade, middle school computer science and engineering, and served as Technology Magnet Coordinator. She spent most of her public-school career providing professional development to teachers, training them how to integrate technology into their classrooms. Leticia is passionate about STEM education and provides resources to parents encouraging them to foster a love of STEM in their kids at all ages through her blog. In addition to blogging, Leticia currently provides education thought leadership to nonprofits, professional development to teachers, writes standards-aligned curriculum, and presents to PTAs about digital safety topics. She also serves as a parenting expert for Brainly, providing advice about today’s technology tools for homework to parents. Leticia has been a columnist for Parents.com, has had her writing syndicated on Scholastic Parents and MSN.com, and written for Common Sense Media. She advises YouTube as a member of the YouTube Kids Parents Panel, serves on the Education Advisory Board for Responsibility.org, and is a Mission Partner for the Center for Parent and Teen Communication. Leticia was awarded the 2020 Iris Award® for Mom Blog of the Year and is the 2018 Iris Awards® winner for Philanthropic Work of the Year for her work in Haiti. She is also a St. Jude Hero, fundraising, training, and running half marathons benefitting St. Jude Children’s Hospital since 2016. Leticia is the mom of a college sophomore and a senior in high school, both of whom are pursuing degrees in engineering. She lives just outside Washington, D.C. and loves to unplug to ski, garden, and spend time hiking with her overly enthusiastic Labrador Rescue pups. Find Leticia on her blog and connect with her on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn. #parenting #stem #education #crafts #crafting Learn more about Cricut here. 
09:40 3/27/24
The New Paradigm of Skills-Based Hiring with Doris Savron
The workforce market is evolving, and this year we'll see more employers begin to move away from the emphasis on four-year degree requirements to greater recognition of valuable skills. However, there are sizeable skill and opportunity gaps for workers illustrated in the results of the University of Phoenix's recent Career Optimism Index® study. The Index showed that while more than half of Americans are seeking their next career move, 70% would prefer to stay in their company if they were given more opportunities to learn and apply new skills.   Studies by workforce research leaders McKinsey and Deloitte make the case for focusing on skills as well.  In this episode, Doris Savron, vice provost of Colleges, Assessment and Curriculum at University of Phoenix, discusses the transition to skills-based hiring in the workforce. She also talks about how workers can leverage their skills, employers can develop talent, and education leaders can empower learners and job seekers in this new era of skills-based hiring.   Doris Savron, Vice Provost, Colleges, Assessment and Curriculum, University of Phoenix Doris Savron has over 23 years of experience in higher education in a variety of settings. Doris serves as Vice Provost overseeing the strategy for University of Phoenix academic programs and curriculum design, institutional assessment and faculty. This includes oversight of strategy for degree, certificate and course offerings, design of curriculum and student learning outcomes for the University. She works collaboratively with her team members to innovate academic solutions that enable the University to provide exceptional student experiences and learning environments to support student success. In her tenure with University of Phoenix she has served as associate faculty, campus vice president, regional Vice president of student services, and college operations.    Doris is a first-generation college graduate with her parents never finishing high school and saw first-hand the struggles a lack of education creates for some families, and the benefits and opportunities a degree brings to future generations. She understands the unique challenges that older adult students encounter trying to navigate their life responsibilities while also earning their degrees.   Doris is passionate about giving back to the community and serves on several boards including Career Connectors and Propenum College in Lusaka, Zambia, and recently completing a six-year term on Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.  Doris is often sought out as a speaker for her expertise on mapping relevant skills in programs and building an infrastructure to support career tools in curriculum design, micro credentialing and other innovations in curriculum (1Ed Tech, PACRAO). Doris’s significant contributions in her profession, mentoring, and community leadership led to being selected as Greater Phoenix Chamber’s Private Sector Athena Finalist in 2020. Her advocacy for women in leadership has led her to project work in India, Zambia and the U.S. supporting women to achieve their potential in their profession. She has designed, led, and presented in several international empowerment conferences.     Doris earned her MBA from Cleveland State University and is completing her doctorate in management in organizational leadership.  Find out more here: https://www.phoenix.edu/career-institute.html Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
07:01 3/3/24
How To Raise Happy Humans With Era The AI-Driven Parenting App With CEO Josh Iwata
What if you could leverage a parenting expert anytime, any day and that expert would remember everything you've talked about to help you build your knowledge and process your thoughts? Well, now you can with the app called Era from Parent Lab. Our guest today is Josh Iwata, the CEO of Parent Lab who tells us how this app can help parents not just with expert advice but also with help journaling and processing your thoughts.  Parent Lab, the industry leader in holistic parenting, announces the launch of their AI-enhanced product called Era, the first app offering parents immediate, personalized support based on the distinctive identity of their children. Era closes the gap between learning a parenting framework and implementing their new understanding by personalizing the application of proven strategies to their child or different children in the same family. With foundations grounded in attachment theory, mindfulness, and behavioral science, Era empathetically and efficiently processes parents' goals and struggles in real-time. Get the app here: https://getera.onelink.me/evQM/teachyourtoddlerpodcast Find out more about the Era app here: https://getera.app/ Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!  
23:32 2/26/24
How Play Benefits Both Your Child and You with Dr. Jacqueline Harding
Did you know that when you engage in play with your child that not only is it helping your child's brain, but it's also helping YOUR brain?  In this very special episode you will learn how important it is to play with your child, not just because it's good for your child's development but also because it will help you as well.  Our guest today is Dr Jacqueline Harding. She is recognised as an international child development and education expert and author of The Brain that Loves to Play. She is a former BBC Education Editor, Government Consultant, and Headteacher. Find out more about Dr. Harding here: https://www.drjacquelineharding.com https://www.routledge.com/The-Brain-that-Loves-to-Play-A-Visual-Guide-to-Child-Development-Play/Harding/p/book/9781032314396   Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
21:26 2/17/24
How to Get Your Toddler Talking with Jessie Kensey
What is the biggest mistake parents make when they're trying to help teach their child to talk? And what are the 3 best ways to help your child talk? Find out today when we talk to Jessie Kensey. Jessie is a pediatric speech language pathologist and toddler mom. She owns a private practice called Simply Speech Therapy in Southern California and provides parent coaching to families of late talkers. Prior to becoming a speech therapist, she was a high school English teacher. Her mission through speech therapy and parent coaching is to celebrate children's unique strengths and interests while helping them communicate successfully at home and in the community. Find Jessie here: website: simplyspeechtherapy.org instagram: simplyspeech_ Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our updates by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #moms #momlife #toddler #kids #education
20:47 2/13/24
The Vital Link Between Breathing Exercises and Overall Health and Wellness
Dr. Steve from The Joint Chiropractic will discuss the transformative power of conscious breathing. He'll explain how simple, yet effective breathing techniques can significantly enhance both physical and mental well-being. He'll also talk about how these techniques tie into chiropractic care for a holistic approach to wellness in the new year. Steven Knauf, D.C. is Vice President of Chiropractic and Compliance at The Joint Chiropractic. Dr. Knauf began working at The Joint in 2011. After spending four years as a chiropractor in-clinic, he took the role of Senior Doctor of Chiropractic for 13 of The Joint Corp. clinics and, subsequently, was elevated to a director position at the corporate office. Dr. Knauf has since moved into several leadership positions for The Joint and currently holds the role of Vice President of Chiropractic and Compliance. In August 2017, he was appointed by the governor to serve on the Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners, which he held through October 2023.  Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
06:33 2/4/24
Holiday Shopping Ideas with Lifestyle Expert Meaghan Murphy
Pickleball, stuffies and so much more! Check out these amazing ideas for your holiday gift-giving that you can find at your local shops! Shop local and support small busines this holiday season. If you or someone you knows runs an online shopping site, check out the amazing products that Faire.com can provide too! Lifestyle expert Meaghan B Murphy is an author, on-air personality, lifestyle and health expert, a home-hack master and certified trainer. In her best-selling book, Your Fully Charged Life, now in 3 languages, she shares the secret to finding the yay in every day. Meaghan is also a longtime magazine editor at places like Good Housekeeping, Cosmo, and SELF. Meaghan married her younger brother’s best friend and together they live in New Jersey with their 3 young kids and labradoodle Dempsey.  About Faire:  Faire is an online wholesale marketplace built on the belief that the future is local — there are millions of independent retailers across North America, Europe, and Australia alone. Faire uses the power of tech, data, and machine learning to connect this thriving community of entrepreneurs across the globe. Picture your favorite boutique in town — Faire helps them discover the best products from around the world to sell in their stores. With the right tools and insights, Faire believes that they can level the playing field so that small businesses everywhere can compete with these big box and ecommerce giants. By supporting the growth of independent businesses, Faire is driving positive economic impact in local communities, globally. Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids #podcast #toddlerlife 
07:29 12/16/23
How To Find Your Potential Doing What You Love with Author and Entrepreneur Stephanie Nelson
What is NEXT for you? Do you have a dream to do something you've never done before? Something on your heart you just cannot shake? Listen to this episode with Stephanie Nelson, the author of the book Imagine More Do What You Love, Discover Your Potential. She helps inspire moms like you to find those new projects, careers or passions you are interested in.  Stephanie Nelson is the founder of the Coupon Mom website, which started in 2001 when she had two young children and grew to have 8 million members. As a national savings expert, Stephanie appeared on many national and local television news shows, including Good Morning America, The Today Show and The Oprah Winfrey Show. Today she is encouraging others to use what they love to do to help other people, in partnership with God. Her new book, "Imagine More" shares a practical roadmap for readers to get started on their own journeys. https://stephanienelson.com/ Instagram: @stephanienelson_cm  Amazon book listing: https://tinyurl.com/5n8m5m6f   Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
34:58 11/17/23
Making History Fun and Interesting with Bill Stevenson
What if you could make history so interesting your kids would beg to hear more about it? That's what Bill Stevenson has done with his book series called "Ricky's Dream Trip" where his grandson and his "PopPop" go on adventures across time and space including to Ancient China, Ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt, Colonial America and even Outer Space. The illustrations are simple and Bill has sprinkled in fun facts along the way to keep it interesting and educational. Great books for #homeschoolers, especially #classicaleducation focused programs.  William (Bill) Stevenson, Ed. D. is an acclaimed children’s book author and a retired award-winning accountant. His doctorate in education along with inspiration from his grandson Ricky, led him to write the Ricky’s Dream Trip book series. In this series, PopPop and Ricky go on adventures and discover Ancient China, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Colonial America, and even blast off into outer space and dive under the sea. The most recent book combines three adventures in Ricky’s Dream Trip: The Ancient Worlds of Egypt, Greece, and Rome.  Discover Ricky’s Dream World and learn more about William on his website: PopPopPress.com.  Social media: https://www.youtube.com/@RickysDreamTrip https://www.facebook.com/william.stevenson.104 Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! Note: I was provided a review copy of Bill's latest book before recording so I could speak intelligently about this book series. 
27:56 11/8/23
Why You Should Consider A Charter School for Your Child
Charter Schools - What are they? Where are they? Why would you want to consider one for your child's education?  Join us for this very helpful episode that can help you find a charter school for your child, and if not, how to possibly get one started. Also, find out the difference between a magnet school and a charter school and what rights you have as a parent in your child's education.  Nina Rees is the President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, the leading organization committed to advancing the charter school movement.  Nina has over 20 years of experience in Washington, D.C., most recently as Senior Vice President for Strategic Initiatives for Knowledge Universe, a leading global education company with investments in early childhood education, before- and after-school programs, and online instruction. Prior to that, Nina was the Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Improvement at the U.S. Department of Education, overseeing the administration of 28 grant programs and programs and policies advancing school choice, charter schools, alternative routes to teacher certification, and school leadership. Prior to joining the Education Department, Nina served as Deputy Assistant for Domestic Policy to the Vice President at the White House. Nina has appeared on various news outlets including CNN, MSNBC's Morning Joe and PBS's NewsHour and her articles and opinions have been published in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. Nina is a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. Find Nina Here:  Website: Publiccharters.org Twitter & Instagram: @CharterAlliance and @NinaCharters   Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
25:23 9/24/23
What You Need To Know About Allergens And How To Cook Without Them
Do you know what the top 9 allergens are? Do you know the "new kid on the block" on the list? Did you know kids can grow out of allergies? Do you know which ones they tend to grow out of and which ones will probably stay with them for life? Elizabeth Pecoraro joins the TYT show to discuss living with allergens, what people should know about how to live with them and how to cook without them. Her new cookbook is called The Allergy-Friendly Cookbook, available now and features 60 delicious recipes, all without the top 9 allergens. Elizabeth is a New York-based mom of two children with allergies. She shares her stories of how they discovered her kids' allergies, what they did about them and how she learned how to cook healthy foods for them and finally, how she decided to share them through her cookbook. Elizabeth is also a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). Currently, Elizabeth owns a private practice, Eating Healthy 4 Life, LLC, in Westchester, NY where she sees patients (adults and children), both with and without food allergies. Elizabeth received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Binghamton University and her Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Physiology from Columbia University. How to Find Elizabeth: Website: eatinghealthy4life.com Facebook group: Food Allergy Forum Instagram: foodallergyrdmom Twitter/X: lizpecoraro   Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids #podcast #toddlerlife   
23:49 9/1/23
How To Use Natural Solutions For You and Your Child
Marijo Tinlin, host and creator of the Teaching Your Toddler Podcast talks about natural ways you can use essential oils and other holistic solutions for common health challenges for both you and your child. As mentioned in the show, please send me a note at subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com for a free dilution guide for using essential oils on your child. Or contact me on our social media - @teachingyourtoddler on Facebook and Instagram If you're ready to get started with oil, here's a way to start ordering now at wholesale prices: https://referral.doterra.me/2283490  Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids #podcast #toddlerlife  FREE Essential Oil Samples! If you are ready to learn more about health and wellness through the use of pure, natural essential oils for you and your family, please contact me now and I will send you a FREE sample of the oil that best fits your needs. Tell me what wellness challenges your family is facing and I’ll connect you with an essential oil to help support that.
20:43 8/10/23
How To Build Your Village Once Again After The Friendship Recession
Do you have trouble connecting with people - maybe because of the pandemic or maybe because you've moved and are in a new place? We're in what's called a "Friendship Recession" and our very special return guest Florence Ann Romano is going to tell you about the 6 archetypes of friend types and how to find those people in your life. She gives great ideas on how to reach out to people to connect and what she did in her own neighborhood when she moved in.  Florence Ann Romano (www.florenceann.com) is a personal growth strategist, philanthropist, and author who has always had a special place in her heart for family and community. She worked as a childcare provider for over 15 years and believes the key to a family·s success lies in focusing on what she calls THE TRIFECTA - parent, child, and caretaker working in unison toward common, family goals. Her latest book, Build Your Village: A Guide to Finding Joy and Community in Every Stage of Life, was published by Beyond Words on February 21, 2023. Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids #podcast #toddlerlife #toddlermom #friends #friendship
24:04 6/3/23
How To Determine If Your Baby Has A Milk Allergy with Dr Jenna Timboe
Dr. Jenna Timboe, a pediatrician and a mom to a child with food allergies, will discuss: The signs of cow milk allergies, like rashes, reflux and vomiting What to do if you suspect your infant is allergic to cow’s milk How switching to a hypoallergenic formula can help provide babies with relief from the unpleasant symptoms of this allergy As the country continues to face the impacts of the baby formula shortage, Dr. Timboe will share what formula options are available to caregivers of infants with cow milk allergy in the U.S. About Dr. Jenna Timboe, Pediatrician - Dr. Jenna Timboe completed her medical school education at Keck School of Medicine at University of Southern California. She pursued a pediatric residency at University of California, Irvine – Children’s Hospital of Orange County and then stayed at UCI/CHOC for an additional year as Chief Resident. She has been working at a private practice as an outpatient pediatrician in Ladera Ranch, CA since 2017. Dr. Timboe and her husband, Andy, have 3 children, Hailey (6), Robby (4) and Weston (1). When Hailey was 5 months old, she was diagnosed with Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES), prompting Dr. Timboe’s special interest in FPIES, food allergies, and gastroesophageal reflux disease in infants.    About Teaching Your Toddler: Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids #podcast #toddlerlife 
06:31 5/18/23
6 Steps to Better Sleep to Help Prevent Depressive Symptoms
Good sleep with little ones is a bit of a unicorn and seems like it will never happen but today's mini-episode gives you 6 tips on how to get better sleep and why it's so important.  Sleep helps to repair and restore our body and brain and impacts our overall wellbeing. Poor sleep quality has been linked with instances of mental disorders like anxiety and depression.  Joseph Dzierzewski PhD is Vice President of Research and Scientific Affairs at the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). Joe’s previous position was as Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he was a widely-published and well-funded investigator, and served as the Concentration Director for the Behavioral Medicine Program. He has also served on numerous Scientific Review Committees for both the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and National Institutes of Health, as well as serving as an Associate Editor for several academic journals. Joe's educational background is in Clinical Health Psychology, focusing on behavioral sleep medicine. Joe earned his doctoral degree from the University of Florida, completing advanced training in Behavioral Sleep Medicine, Geropsychology, and Methodology & Statistics. His grant-funded research program focused on the correlates and consequences of both normal and disordered sleep across diverse and underserved patient populations.  Find out more at thensf.org Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!  
03:31 4/12/23
Planning Your Family Cruise with Travel Expert Eileen Ogintz
Plan your next family adventure with these cruise tips and options from experienced travel expert Eileen Ogintz. She's the creator of takingthekids.com as well as the author of 12-part book series about traveling with kids. She anwers these questions:  ·         Which cruising trends are you most excited about this year? ·         What is Wave Season and how can it add value to our cruise experience?  ·         What itineraries and on-board activities can we look forward to?  ·         Where can our audience go to start planning their next adventure? Eileen Ogintz is a longtime  syndicated travel columnist for Tribune Content Agency and creator of Takingthekids.com. She is a nationally recognized family travel expert, often called upon by TV, radio, and national news outlets from the Associated Press to the NY Times and Wall Street Journal. She is also the author of the popular 12-book Kids’s Guide series. The KOA Kid’s Guide to Camping came out last spring; The fourth edition of the Kid’s Guide to NYC and the third edition of the Kid’s Guide to Washington, DC will be out next spring.   Ogintz started out as a news reporter working for the Bergen Record, Des Moines Register and Chicago Tribune where she was a national correspondent. She works with brands around family travel issues including Disney, Carnival Corp, Visit Orlando, Allianz and others.   Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!  
08:37 1/29/23
How To Help You And Your Child With Anxiety Naturally
Kristen Ramirez is a licensed professional counselor and clinical anxiety treatment professional with 17 years experience in the mental health industry. She is also a mother of two and an army wife. In this episode, she gives us her professional experience as well as her experience with anxiety both through her own life-long struggle and what she observed in her own son.  Find Kristen in these places mentioned in the show: Instagram link: https://www.instagram.com/kristenramirezlpc/   Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/kristenramirezlpc   Emotions and the Brain Free Workshop: https://bit.ly/3Xeo4jU   Overcoming Anxiety Naturally Waitlist: https://bit.ly/3WNOR6C   And if you'd like to learn more about natural solutions for your own family, email me at marijo@marijotinlin.com and we'll chat!    Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
30:31 1/10/23
Teaching Toddlers Manners and Kindness with Brittany Plumeri
Brittany Plumeri is an elementary school teacher, author and mom. She's noticed a change in kids over the past several years showing that kids struggle with being kind and having empathy. Today she's going to talk to us about teaching kindness and more importantly, teaching manners, yes, even to toddlers. She's got a unique way of doing this and I know you're going to love hearing her thoughts and ideas. Welcome Brittany Plumeri to the show.   Her website is https://www.brittanyplumeri.com/ Her books: https://www.brittanyplumeri.com/books Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrittanyPlumeribooks Twitter: https://twitter.com/bplumeri Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/brittanyplumeriauthor
22:13 11/23/22
Let's Talk About Mom Rage - What Is It and How To Recover From It with Florence Ann Romano
Do you ever feel like you are going to explode when your child does something that·s frustrating you? Or maybe it has nothing to do with your child, it·s just that you·re tired, or hungry, or feeling unseen or something else? Today we’re going to explore a topic that isn’t discussed much but is a real thing - Mom Rage – that overwhelming feeling of anger and frustration triggered by so many different things. Our guest today is returning to the show and we’re so happy to have her on – Florence Ann Romano, an author, philanthropist, businesswoman and childcare advocate, is going to tell us why Mom Rage happens and what we can do about it to get back in alignment with our children and our families. Florence Ann is the author of the book Build Your Village A Guide to Finding Joy and Community in Every Stage of Life – and depending on when you are listening – is either available for pre-order and available now after it’s Feb 2023 release. Florence is a proud member of the board of directors at the Children’s Research Fund, an incredible organization that supports the pediatric research at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago. She is also a founding member of Sesame Street’s Leadership Council and is on the board of directors for Female Strong, a non-profit organization that seeks to empower girls by teaching valuable leadership and business skills. I hope you’ll check out the other episodes Florence Ann has joined us for including Raising Kids with Technology, The New Paradigm in Education and How to Deal with Separation Anxiety. Join me in welcoming Florence Ann back to the show. Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids    
25:10 11/15/22
Healing Your Child Through Safe Foods with Zen Honeycutt
So your child is acting up or suddenly exhibiting signs of autism or allergies · what if I told you a change in diet and strengthening their gut biome could alleviate or even eliminate these symptoms? That’s what our guest is going to help you learn about in this episode. Talk about the power of one person – several years ago, one mom Zen Honeycutt had an idea for organizing moms all over America to unite against the things she saw happening right before her eyes with her own 3 sons – experiencing symptoms of allergies and autism. She realized moms needed to hear about the dangers of engineered foods as well as the chemicals, pesticides, and fungicides they spray on the food, and to have a place to reach out to each other, support each other and learn from each other. So she founded Moms Across America .org whose website introduces them as “a national coalition of unstoppable moms” and she is also the author of Unstoppable: Transforming Sickness and Struggle into Triumph, Empowerment and a Celebration of Community published in 2018. She’s going to talk to us today about solving childhood issues using good food, food safety, the difference between non-GMO and organic foods, the dangers of school lunches and community food cooperatives. The woman Robert Kennedy Jr called the modern-day Rachel Carson, please welcome Zen Honeycutt. Website: momsacrossamerica.org Instagram @momsacrossamerica Zen’s book available here Dr. Michelle Perro The detox she mentions: Primary Detox by Bioray Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
23:56 11/9/22
How To Create An Animal Adventurer In Your Child
The Teaching Your Toddler podcast welcomes Susie Spikol -- naturalist, writer and educator who helps connect people of all ages to nature. She talks to us about her debut, non-fiction, children's book, THE ANIMAL ADVENTURER·S GUIDE: How to Prowl for an Owl, Make Snail Slime, and Catch a Frog Bare-Handed·50 Activities to Get Wild with Animals. Susie has been sharing her love of nature and animals for over 30 years at the well-known Harris Center for Conservation Education in New Hampshire. For more information, visit: susiespikol.com Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows! #parenting #toddlers #moms #momlife #kids
24:04 10/14/22
What is Chiropractic Care And Who Needs It with Dr Steven Knauf
What is chiropractic care and who needs it? Dr. Steven Knauf talks to the Teaching Your Toddler show today about exactly what getting a chiropractic adjustment can do for not just your back but your entire nervous system, your brain and your overall health. Who can get adjusted? Anyone with a spine and nervous system, according to Dr. Knauf - even newborn babies (and dogs)! Listen to this informative mini-episode for some great information about chiropractic care and its long-term benefits for overall health. Steven Knauf, D.C. Bio Steven Knauf, D.C. is Executive Director of Chiropractic and Compliance at The Joint Chiropractic. Dr. Knauf began working at The Joint in 2011. After spending four years as a chiropractor in-clinic, he took the role of Senior Doctor of Chiropractic for 13 of The Joint Corp. clinics and, subsequently, was elevated to a director position at the corporate office. In August 2017, he was appointed by the governor to serve on the Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners, a position which he continues to hold.  Find out more about The Joint here and on social media here: Twitter @thejointchiro  and Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn. Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!  
07:26 10/12/22
The Healthy Effects of Cooking & Eating Together as a Family
Dr CC Clauss-Ehlers talks to TYT about the positive effects of cooking and eating together as a family, how traditions build resilience, how cooking teaches math and reading and her answer for what to do with a picky eater. Award-winning psychologist Dr. CC is the co-author along with her husband Julian Clauss-Ehlers, a Michelin-starred chef, of the book Eating Together, Being Together Recipes, Activities and Advice from a Chef Dad and Psychologist Mom (Princeton Architectural Press: September 20, 2022).  This interview is filled with practical parenting advice you will love - especially how she suggests employing "positive peer pressure" when it comes to picky or reluctant eaters.  Find out more about Dr. CC at her website drccnyc.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler
23:35 10/3/22
How To Talk To Your Child About Grief Death Illness & Loss
With so many things that have happened in the past several years - loved ones getting sick, classmates taking their own lives, and worse, parents are having a hard time knowing what to say to their children about these dramatic and tragic events. Dr Elena Lister MD and Dr Michael Schwartzman PhD join the Teaching Your Toddler show to talk about ways parents can speak to their child - no matter their age - about death, loss and illness. They are the co-authors of the book GIVING HOPE: Conversations With Children About Illness, Death and Loss, released in August 2022 from Avery/Penguin Random House. Our guests give amazing advice on how to help your child understand and process bad news and how to support them through that process.  Dr Elena Lister MD can be found at elenalistermd.com and on twitter at @elenalistermd1 Dr Michael Schwartzman PhD can be found at michaelschwartzmanphd.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler
33:12 9/24/22
What To Do When Your Child Is Diagnosed With A Serious Health Condition Part II - Dr. Dionna Hancock-Johnson
Dr. Dionna Hancock-Johnson continues to tell her story about the serious diagnosis they got for her daughter Ce'Onna when she was just three years old. Listen to Part 2 of 2 now for what she did to deal with this. Find all the resources mentioned on the show here:  Dr. Dionna Hancock-Johnson https://drdionna.com/ https://www.instagram.com/drdionnalifecoach/ https://twitter.com/dionnalifecoach?lang=en https://www.youtube.com/c/DrDionnaLifeCoach https://www.facebook.com/drdionnalifecoach https://donatetpuc.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thepocketunderwearcompany/?hl=en Ce’Onna Meilani Johnson https://www.instagram.com/ceonnameilani/ https://www.youtube.com/c/CeOnnaMeilani  Ce’Onna’s story https://youtu.be/RFXL5BkHruY Podcast Links https://www.iheart.com/podcast/53-talking-toddlers-with-type-96085985/ https://open.spotify.com/show/4Oez0UdPxkMLAuqZP2OCGA?si=uspbO-ONSo-eiAge673qHg https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-toddlers-with-type-1/id1621129841 https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/2f43b3f5-8208-4298-9c79-df32a6ecafd6/talking-toddlers-with-type-1?ref=dm_sh_lk61JLRnOpuJRLwn9kzW4R4TL https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvNTUzNjE3My9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVk https://www.spreaker.com/show/talking-toddlers-with-type-1   Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
18:50 8/4/22
What To Do When Your Child Is Diagnosed With a Serious Health Condition Part I - Dr. Dionna
Dr. Dionna Hancock-Johnson joins the show to speak about the serious diagnosis they got for her daughter Ce'Onna when she was just three years old. Listen to Part 1 of 2 now for what she did to deal with this. Find all the resources mentioned on the show here:  Dr. Dionna Hancock-Johnson https://drdionna.com/ https://www.instagram.com/drdionnalifecoach/ https://twitter.com/dionnalifecoach?lang=en https://www.youtube.com/c/DrDionnaLifeCoach https://www.facebook.com/drdionnalifecoach https://donatetpuc.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thepocketunderwearcompany/?hl=en Ce’Onna Meilani Johnson https://www.instagram.com/ceonnameilani/ https://www.youtube.com/c/CeOnnaMeilani  Ce’Onna’s story https://youtu.be/RFXL5BkHruY Podcast Links https://www.iheart.com/podcast/53-talking-toddlers-with-type-96085985/ https://open.spotify.com/show/4Oez0UdPxkMLAuqZP2OCGA?si=uspbO-ONSo-eiAge673qHg https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-toddlers-with-type-1/id1621129841 https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/2f43b3f5-8208-4298-9c79-df32a6ecafd6/talking-toddlers-with-type-1?ref=dm_sh_lk61JLRnOpuJRLwn9kzW4R4TL https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvNTUzNjE3My9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVk https://www.spreaker.com/show/talking-toddlers-with-type-1   Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!
19:00 8/2/22
Parenting Across Eras And What I Learned by Dr Frieda
Dr Frieda Birnbaum PhD joins the show today to discuss what it's like to be a parent across different eras of your life. She speaks from experience - she had children when she was 26, 53 and 60 years old and is considered the oldest woman in the US to give birth. She tells how how it affects your parenting and gives us a pep talk about what it's like to be a mom these days which things that are so different than they used to be. Find Dr. Frieda's podcast The Doctor Frieda Show: Pushing The Limits here or on your favorite podcast platform.  Dr. Frieda is a research psychologist and psychotherapist living in Saddle River, New Jersey. She is the author of the book Life Begins at 60: A New View of Motherhood, Marriage and Reinventing Ourselves as well as What Price Power: An In-Depth Study of the Professional Woman in a Relationship. She's also the mother of 5 children; the youngest twins were born when she was 60 years old.  Please like and subscribe to our podcast and leave a 5-star review so we can reach more parents like you! Subscribe to our podcast by sending an email to subscribe@teachingyourtoddler.com  For more expert interviews, fun activities and story time podcasts, please visit our website at TeachingYourToddler.com Check us out on Facebook at Teaching Your Toddler and on twitter at @TeachingToddler and on Instagram at @teachingyourtoddler  To support great future content, please click here and help us out with a $5 gift: glow.fm/teachingyourtoddler Leave us some feedback on this show and your ideas for future shows!  
24:49 7/26/22

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