BBL 071: Essential Parenting Tips with Tracy Cutchlow | Natural Birth and Baby Care.com

BBL 071: Essential Parenting Tips with Tracy Cutchlow

Essential Parenting Tips

 

Essential Parenting Tips

Today I interviewed Tracy Cutchlow, author of Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science. Tracy shared great tips for fostering your baby and toddler's development – and enjoying parenthood in the early years. Listen in for more:

Topics We Discussed in This Podcast:

  • Essential parenting tips for each age and stage
  • Why talking is important to our kids – and why how you talk to them matters
  • How to help little ones develop good sleep habits
  • Which toys enhance a child's brain development (hint: these are their favorite toys too!)
  • Yes, you can help toddlers start to discover self-control. Here's how…
  • Why making mistakes is really important for kids (even if it's not easy for parents to watch)
  • Being bored is essential for your kids – here's why, and how you can use it to help your child discover creativity
  • How to nurture yourself during parenting (and why that's so important!)
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<strong>Things Mentioned on This Week's Podcast</strong>
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    <li>[raw]<aff class="0983263361">Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science</aff> - Tracy's book![/raw]</li>
  • Zero to Five – sign up for Tracy's newsletter here
  • [raw]Brain Rules for Baby[/raw]
  • Smart Mama, Happy Baby – my member's only club for mamas of young kids!
  • The Bringing Baby Home Program
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