Ever notice how much information there is out there on what's best for your baby? Trying to sort through it all might leave you feeling overwhelmed and frustrated to say the least. This show is dedicated to helping you clear out the noise so you can figure out what is best for YOUR baby and YOUR family.We are here to share information and give practical tips to help you get through baby’s first year and beyond. If you’re looking to learn more about your baby, gain more confidence in your parenting, and get as much sleep as you can through it all, you’ve come to the right place.
Toilet Training with Victoria Cernjak
We're chatting with Halifax's The Toilet Training Coach on signs to look for for readiness, how-to's and best practices.
Guest: Victora Cernjak
The Toilet Training Coach
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Host: Ashley Cooley
Birth Baby and Sleep Specialist
My Mental Health Journey
We need to be having more of these kinds of conversations. So, this is me practicing what I preach!
It's not particularly jaw-dropping, but it might resonate with you more than you think.
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Keeping Kids Safe, Not Bubble-Wrapped
Keeping our little ones safe and staying on top of all the things they can get into can feel like a daunting task!
In this episode I'm chatting with Parachute Canada's President, Pamela Fuselli to learn about how we can help keep our kids safe, but not bubble-wrapped!
It's important that kids have the freedom to explore and learn through things like risky play, or walking to school, or playing with certain toys... But what are the dangers and how can we keep them safe while also letting them explore and learn? There's a balance, and we're diving into it!
Guest: Pamela Fuselli
Podcast: Popping the Bubble Wrap
Host: Ashley Cooley
Birth Baby Sleep
Halifax Perinatal Support Network
Bringing Up Baby Community Membership
Mabel's Birth Story
Mabel was my low-intervention/zero-medication birth. It was a wild ride but I was PREPARED.
It's important to note that this labour (as well as my other two) were considered "normal" and "healthy" labours. There was never any concern over the baby's wellbeing or my own in these situations, which is a big reason why I am able to reflect back on those experiences with awe and amazement.
Sadly, this is not the case for everyone. Your right to feel seen, heard and valued during your birth experience can sometimes be pushed aside. This is not right by any means, but it does mean that you should prepare yourself so you'll be equipped to make informed decisions and be able to advocate for yourself if necessary. This is what I offer in my prenatal classes, offered virtually and in-person.
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Fall Time Change
In less than a week, we'll be moving our clocks backwards by an hour. This means that those 6am wake-up calls become 5AM.
Take a listen to a straight-to-the-point episode to grab my top 3 strategies for dealing with the Fall time change, and 3 more tips to help you through any time change, any time ;)
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Frankie's Birth Story
This is an interesting one - at least to me!
Have a listen to the day I had my 2nd daughter, middle child, Frankie.
"She came out kissing the world."
Host: Ashley Cooley
Birth Baby & Sleep Specialist
A must listen for new parents!
Ashley provides evidence-informed information in a non-judgmental, supportive way. This podcast is my go to for baby info!
Great Knowledge and Relatable
Ashley is very well versed in all things baby and sleep. She is also very relatable and non-judgemental. Very good advice for parents.
So helpful for a first time mom
This podcast has been a great resource for me as a new mother. I really appreciate the evidence-based information, which is always delivered with empathy and understanding toward parents. Thank you for what you do!!