We have been quite busy at The Consciously Parenting Project and can’t wait to tell you all about what’s new!
1. New look:
Our website has been freshened up and reorganized! We hope you’ll find it easier to get the information you’re looking for.
2. Blog posts:
We are adding to the blog each week, with a combination of new posts and some of the most popular posts from years past. Check below for a recap of last week’s posts.
Starting this Friday, we’ll have a weekly podcast available! Scroll down for more info!
In the coming months, we’ll have even more exciting announcements, so be sure to watch your inbox for the latest news. To be sure you’ll continue to receive our newsletter, please click here.
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We are so excited to announce our new podcast! Every Friday, beginning May 5th, we’ll have a new episode available. Our first guest is Pam Leo, author of Connection Parenting and founder of The Book Fairy Pantry Project.
We have a free call coming up about parenting and screens of all kinds! We want to hear YOUR questions! What are your most pressing problems or questions about parenting and screens? We’ll be talking about little ones, toddlers, preschoolers, elementary age children, and teens and how to stay connected while navigating the territory of screens!
We’re all dealing with these issues separately in our own houses. It’s time to come together and support one another.
Guest blogger Lianne March shares how reading aloud with her older children (ages 8 and 12) helps them to reconnect after moments of frustration or disagreement. Click to read
From the Consciously Parenting archives: Rebecca shares 4 tips to try that may seem counterintuitive, but will help make big shifts in your relationship with your child for the long-term. Click to read
Overwhelmed Mom Learns to “Validate and Relocate”
This guest post from Caryn, mom of three (preschooler & twin toddlers), shares a solution she found to help recharge while caring for many little people. Click to read
These are just some highlights – there’s plenty more to read on the blog!
How are things going with you? Any new stories you’d like to share? Questions or problems that you’d like to talk about? I always love to hear from you so I can provide the information that is most helpful to you where you are, right now. Just reply to this email.