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Ep. 198: Healthy Baby Sleep Habits Fed+Fit Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

On today's episode, I'm talking with Lindsey of Sleep Little Lamb, a certified baby and toddler sleep consultant, all about how to create healthy baby sleep habits.  This is one of our most requested topics to dive into, and we can't wait to share what we've learned from the experts!







We're back with our 198th episode of the Fed+Fit Podcast! Remember to check back every Monday for a new episode and be sure to subscribe on iTunes!



Find us HERE on iTunes and be sure to "subscribe."









Episode 198 Links and Such



Find out more about working with Sleep Little Lamb HERE.



Episode 198 Sponsors and Featured Partners



* Nutritional Therapy Association - The NTA trains and certifies Nutritional Therapy Practitioners and Consultants with a nutritional foundation that emphasizes the body’s innate intelligence and bio-individuality, because they know that a “one size fits all” approach to nutrition does not exist.  Head HERE to learn more about becoming a NTP/NTC through this incredible program!



Episode 198 transcription



Cassy Joy: Welcome back to another episode of the Fed and Fit podcast. I am your host, Cassy Joy Garcia. And I am really, really excited about today’s episode. It’s probably one of the most asked and avoided questions {laughs} that I have gotten on Fed and Fit since having a baby. Today, we are chatting with Lindsey McGonegal. We’re going to talk about the science of baby sleep. She is from Sleep Little Lamb. I cannot wait to introduce you to her.



So, to tell you a little bit about her. She’s a certified baby and toddler sleep consultant with a bachelors and graduate degree in psychology and a pastoral care to women. Decades of experience in child care and education. Plus two little girls of her very own who struggled with sleep. She knows first-hand the hardships of extreme sleep deprivation. I was there, in parenthood. With her personal and professional experience, plus passion for helping women. She has helped hundreds of families get the rest that they need to thrive and enjoy life again.



And I mean; that sounds like an extreme statement. But it is so true. After working; our family worked with Lindsey. Grayson was 11 months old when we finally decided we needed to do something. She was; and I’ll share a little bit about what we were doing in a second. But found Lindsey through a friend of a friend. And she came in, and really, I feel like I have a whole new lease on life. All of us do; all three of us do. Grayson is healthier and happier. And Austin and myself are rested for the first time in a year.



So, welcome to the show, Lindsey. So excited to talk today.



Lindsey McGonegal: Thank you so much. It’s so great to be here.



Cassy Joy: Oh, I am so excited. And I get to finally answer everyone’s questions by referring them to you. {laughs}



Lindsey, to share a little bit more. One of the reasons that I really, really appreciate and look up to her is; I think you understand the basis that there’s no one size fits all for babies, which I really appreciated. And you have really done the leg work of the resear...

On today's episode, I'm talking with Lindsey of Sleep Little Lamb, a certified baby and toddler sleep consultant, all about how to create healthy baby sleep habits.  This is one of our most requested topics to dive into, and we can't wait to share what we've learned from the experts!







We're back with our 198th episode of the Fed+Fit Podcast! Remember to check back every Monday for a new episode and be sure to subscribe on iTunes!



Find us HERE on iTunes and be sure to "subscribe."









Episode 198 Links and Such



Find out more about working with Sleep Little Lamb HERE.



Episode 198 Sponsors and Featured Partners



* Nutritional Therapy Association - The NTA trains and certifies Nutritional Therapy Practitioners and Consultants with a nutritional foundation that emphasizes the body’s innate intelligence and bio-individuality, because they know that a “one size fits all” approach to nutrition does not exist.  Head HERE to learn more about becoming a NTP/NTC through this incredible program!



Episode 198 transcription



Cassy Joy: Welcome back to another episode of the Fed and Fit podcast. I am your host, Cassy Joy Garcia. And I am really, really excited about today’s episode. It’s probably one of the most asked and avoided questions {laughs} that I have gotten on Fed and Fit since having a baby. Today, we are chatting with Lindsey McGonegal. We’re going to talk about the science of baby sleep. She is from Sleep Little Lamb. I cannot wait to introduce you to her.



So, to tell you a little bit about her. She’s a certified baby and toddler sleep consultant with a bachelors and graduate degree in psychology and a pastoral care to women. Decades of experience in child care and education. Plus two little girls of her very own who struggled with sleep. She knows first-hand the hardships of extreme sleep deprivation. I was there, in parenthood. With her personal and professional experience, plus passion for helping women. She has helped hundreds of families get the rest that they need to thrive and enjoy life again.



And I mean; that sounds like an extreme statement. But it is so true. After working; our family worked with Lindsey. Grayson was 11 months old when we finally decided we needed to do something. She was; and I’ll share a little bit about what we were doing in a second. But found Lindsey through a friend of a friend. And she came in, and really, I feel like I have a whole new lease on life. All of us do; all three of us do. Grayson is healthier and happier. And Austin and myself are rested for the first time in a year.



So, welcome to the show, Lindsey. So excited to talk today.



Lindsey McGonegal: Thank you so much. It’s so great to be here.



Cassy Joy: Oh, I am so excited. And I get to finally answer everyone’s questions by referring them to you. {laughs}



Lindsey, to share a little bit more. One of the reasons that I really, really appreciate and look up to her is; I think you understand the basis that there’s no one size fits all for babies, which I really appreciated. And you have really done the leg work of the resear...

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