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Perspective Is Everything

A Special Announcement: On Labour Day (Monday September 3rd ) at 11am EST I will be leading a FREE group coaching call about the importance of cleansing and detoxifying for the whole family. If you would like IN for this …

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Homemade Chocolate & Butter Cups

Recently my Naturopath suggested my family go off dairy and gluten. Not only are they highly inflammatory, but if you happen to have the MTHFR genetic mutation, it can be problematic, according to medical practitioners. I was wary of making …

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Best Cream Substitute + Smoothie Recipe

Have you suspected that your baby’s night waking could potentially be linked to your diet?  If you are a breastfeeding mother, it is possible there is a link. From what I have seen, there are arguments for and against elimination …

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The Peculiar 4:00am Wake-Up

This is a question that I get time and time again from exhausted parents. I have been there too, having my baby or toddler wake me up at this seemingly peculiar time of morning, eager and ready to begin their …

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Bedtime Song Playlist For Baby or Toddler!

I love to share the benefits of motion with my clients and students. One of the studies we look at in our Infant Sleep Educator certification comes from McMaster University. In the study toddlers were danced with and it showed …

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Holiday Rescue: Solutions for Stress-Free and Fun Holidays with Young Children

Are you feeling it? The tension compounding as the holiday season gets close?I remember very well the stress of the first two Christmas’s of my first born’s life. If I could only use one word to describe how I felt, …

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Ultimate Gift Guide for your Sensitive Baby, Toddler or Pre-schooler

In my recent posts about thriving with a fussy baby, I highlighted the importance of focusing on your child’s strengths and individuality, keeping life paired down and simplified, and how your own self-care is a necessity. As the holiday season …

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Thriving with a Fussy / High-Needs / Highly Sensitive Baby or Child – Part 2

Click here to read Part 1Now that we know your baby or child is within that remarkable 20% of high sensitivity, we can turn our attention to how we can thrive. The unfortunate news is that fussy or sensitive babies …

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Thriving with a Fussy / High-Needs / Highly Sensitive Baby or Child – Part 1

The following post has been one that has been on my heart and mind for years. I have had so much to say on this topic, but still so much in the thick of it, it was always a sensitive …

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Finding Flow

Have you ever had a day where everything was a fight?  You wanted to do something nice with your kid, but they resisted?  You insisted on a day at the beach to take advantage of the beautiful weather, but they …