Wondering how to get sweeter dreams? We share lots of ideas in this episode! Here are a few more resources with tips for getting better sleep, learning if you have a sleep disorder, and finding blue light filters.
Are you pregnant, breastfeeding, or pumping? Or know a woman who is? Share these resources that have helped us in our breastfeeding/pumping/supplementing journeys and as we have counseled other families.
Let's talk about birth order! Firstborns, middle children, babies of the family, or onlies … how do these family positions affect your children’s personalities? How do they affect our own personalities as adults? And what does the science really say about this? Check out these links to learn more!
Do you feel like you're approaching burnout? Let's talk about the people we most often forget to care for: ourselves. Why is self-care important for our health? How do we squeeze it into our crazy lives? And how do we teach kids these critical self-care habits? Check out these resources.
If cooking and baking are part of your self-care plan, we hope you'll enjoy some of our favorite new recipes!
What is the national guidance on school re-opening during the pandemic? How are different states approaching this difficult question? And how can we support our local school systems that might be struggling to provide quality education among all the competing priorities?
How can you be sure you aren't falling for false information online? Here are the resources we mentioned on this episode, plus a few bonuses!
In the second of our two-part series on race, racism, and health, we’re talking to pediatrician and researcher Dr. Nia Heard-Garris about talking to kids and loved ones about racism: why it’s important, how to maintain momentum, and where on earth to start if you have not already.
Check out the books that Dr. Heard-Garris recommends, plus some of our favorite resources. And remember, these resources are great ways to educate ourselves, but true change will require us to take action.
And, check out her brand new podcast, Flesh & Bold, that she recently launched with her brother!
In Part 1 of our two-part series on race, pediatrician and public health expert Dr. Jacqueline Dougé discusses the complex ways race and equity affect health outcomes and medical care, and what we can do about it. Here are the resources that we discussed in this episode as well as some additional ones:
As you educate yourself, your kids, and your loved ones on racial justice, here are a handful of resources we'd like to share. Stay tuned for more to come.
Looking for helpful, accurate vaccine resources? Check these out! Also, we realized we have failed you -- we have not yet shared enough chocolate recipes. We rectify that situation below.
Hungry? Try out these recipes and drop us a line on social media to let us know how it goes!
(Photo credit: Heather Hazzan, SELF Magazine)
We're excited to share some of our favorite books with you on this episode! Curious about the books on our list? Here's where you can find them, while supporting independent bookstores!
Last, but not least, some of our favorite parenting books:
Looking for a way to help your family set rules around technology and still enjoy your devices? Here are some tips from this episode.
Does your to-do list make you feel nauseated? Need help prioritizing? Want to try our calendar hacks? Here are a few helpful tips from this episode!
Thank you, thank you, thank you to our healthcare community and all front-line/essential workers! The entire human race is grateful to you all.
Here are some websites with credible information on COVID-19 and other helpful resources to help you and your family stay informed, safe, and supported: