• From Tracy: Pinky is one of my favourites and her gentle and understanding approach for families is much-needed in our sleep training culture.  This one will have you feeling confident and content in your parenting.
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    So many parents enter parenthood and feel overwhelmed.  Over time, they get their bearings and then they feel prepared to take on the challenge of welcoming a second child into the mix.  You've done it before, so this time it'll be easier, right?  All too often, it's actually wrong.  Balancing the needs of the youngest with an oldest (who isn't used to sharing your love or time) can be beyond demanding and many parents struggle with feelings of failure, guilt, and shame.  Being overwhelmed by it all makes it harder to keep our cool and parent how we want to and falling short on a regular basis does nothing to help the family dynamic.  In this 4-week course we will look at the various struggles families face with raising two to help you understand how you can prepare (if baby #2 is coming) or change things (if baby #2 is here and there's struggle) to help as you navigate what is probably the hardest switch - that of 1 to 2 children. You can read more details of what the course covers in the fuller description below. Format: Written (pdf downloads) and audio links available each week for the content.  One-on-one sessions available via Zoom or via email.
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  • From Tracy: One of my absolute favourites as it really helps families understand the distinction between culture and biology in our parenting practices.
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  • From Tracy: One of my favourites because although it doesn’t cover how to’s like some of these books, it is an unflinching, honest account of the many struggles families face when breastfeeding in a culture that is neither supportive nor understanding.  A must-read for anyone interested in supporting breastfeeding families.
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  • From Tracy: A must-read to truly understand the evolution of motherhood and shared care through the lens of our unique childhood.  Of course the book goes beyond to argue that this unique need of humans to rely on others has also led to our unique capacity to understand others.  Truly eye-opening.
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  • From Tracy The follow-up to Our Babies, Ourselves, Dr. Small takes on how culture and biology interact in our parenting of children.  Again, so much of what we take for granted as “normal” in raising kids is really anything but.
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  • From Tracy: Dr. Bloom is excellent at translating psychological research on children for the masses and in this installment he looks at how we view morality.  It is fascinating as long as you remember that even our psychological research can be steeped in culture.
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  • From Tracy: The Bible of natural birth by the woman who helped keep these practices alive and has shown the world exactly how competent women are when properly supported.
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