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Toddlers Made Easy is a short, 10 minute, bite-sized podcast that gives you the insight, tools, and confidence you need to not only handle anything toddler-related thrown your way —but prevent problem behaviors before they start. Toddlers Made Easy is hosted by Dr. Cathryn, a nationally recognized pediatrician with more than 30 years of experience and a mother of 4.
 
Welcome! We are Chef Fer Candil and Pediatrician Marta Katalinas, coming together to bring you tips on tricks on how to cook good, healthy food for your toddlers and babies in under 30 minutes!! Please join us as we embark on this journey together, and don't be shy to send any ideas or comments you might have! From our homes to yours, Marta and Fer.
 
If you are looking to buy good range of toys for toddlers then Toys Ferry is the best toy shop. It has finest selection of toys available for kids of all ages. These toys can be perfect playtime partner for your little kids and can be ideal for their mental and physical growth. To shop toys for toddlers, visit: https://toysferry.com/kids/baby-and-toddler-toys/
 
Less Yelling, More Connecting; Enjoy your kids through respectful parenting. Does wondering if you’re “doing it wrong” and “failing as a parent” keep you awake at night? Do you wish your kids would just listen to you? Do you wish you felt confident that you are handling your kids BIG feelings in the best possible ways? Do you wish you could feel more present and connected with your little ones? In this podcast you will learn simple, easy to implement communication tools that will build your ...
 
Me ramblin. This is a podcast about me and my life and my children and my husband. Just what I go through day-to-day basically at audio diary. I have no a hundred percent if interest in people listening to this but I'd like to just put that out there as a way to vent as a way to express myself.You will also hear me and my babies pillow talking before bed. That's when Charlotte has her bright ideas.lol. I think it be fun to listen to this mess in the future.
 
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If you can bring upbeat energy and make a game out of it, hopefully these things will help make car rides be a little more enjoyable! We know it can be frustrating. Remember to make sure you give your children enough time to mentally prepare, pack some snacks, bring toys/books. SONG TAKE YOU RIDING IN THE CAR (CAR SONG) BY WOODY GUTHRIE BOOK ALL BU…
 
Did you know that encouraging toddlers to entertain themselves independently is essential for their evolution? I have often heard parents commenting that they cannot get anything done because their children will not play without them. Yet, it is essential to understand that playing on their own helps children develop confidence, build resilience, a…
 
Let me start by saying you are not alone mama! Also, it is entirely normal. Imagine someone stuffing you into a little seat and then restraining you with these straps! It can be pretty frustrating for our little ones. So we wanted to share some ways to help our little ones adjust to this transition a little more smoothly. Here is a reminder, our to…
 
When you need to get things done, bring in the music! Especially an interactive song like the one we share today! This will encourage cooperation, bring up the mood, and allow both sides to be playful. **As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases** Please consider purchasing through the links below to help support the nurturing parent …
 
Did you know toddlers do not typically try to hurt the person they hit? Your toddler is not a bad kid if they smack someone. Nor does it mean you are no good as a parent or indicate that there may be problems down the road. They are simply acting their age. Toddlers hit to express their feelings. Their brains are still developing. So they have poor…
 
If you think of your relationship with your child (and every other relationship in your life!) as a co-created Dance - the dance of communication - the exciting news is that if you want things to go a different way you can change your steps and create a new dance! Listening & Cooperation are interlinked. LISTENING: Listen quietly and attentively. G…
 
Do you ever want to interact with your littles but don't really know how? This happens to me sometimes as a mother, I see my daughter there playing but I want to interact and play with her while also having her attention on me so we can bond now that she is getting older. This is why I love it when we learn new interactive songs like the one amma t…
 
Did you know that smiling, smirking, or sniggering is a common way for toddlers to cope with the stress of being scolded? It can be challenging for parents to deal with what looks like sassy behavior. But toddlers are not being purposefully rude if they laugh, cover their ears, stick out their tongue, or get angry and run away when they get critici…
 
Following last week's episode "NO SUCH THING AS 'BAD KIDS'" we wanted to have a discussion about how we can set our littles up for success and allow them to be curious and explore safely! What you will get out of today's episode 1. Why do you need to baby-proof your home? 2. The 3 reasons your child will benefit 3. How to baby-proof your home We wa…
 
Do you feel that during these colder months your child is constantly bouncing off the walls? This may be due to the fact that they are stuck inside the house more often and aren't getting as much movement in during the day. We can encourage to get those wiggles out with the activities we share with you this week! This song is a fun way to get in so…
 
Did you know that spitting might simply be your toddler’s way of showing their singularity? Spitting is a pretty common toddler problem. It may seem gross to us as parents, but toddlers find it funny and love to watch their parents freaking out! That does not make them bad kids. They just enjoy feeling powerful. Developmentally, toddlers are starti…
 
Do you feel like your kid can be so bad? Do you get frustrated and tell them what a bad little boy they are for not listening? You will easily learn through parenting that you cannot control everything! And sometimes that will make us look at our kids like they are bad people because they can be so difficult but we want to let you know that it is n…
 
Hopefully, you tuned into Tuesday's episode where we spoke about gratitude journaling and the benefits we can reap from putting this practice into our routines. So this weekend we want to share how you can encourage your kids to participate. Gratitude should be practiced at a consistent time of day depending on your family schedule and can be done …
 
Does your toddler’s extra-enthusiastic, energetic, and excitable temperament ever exasperate you? Some kids are just naturally more intense, passionate, and emotional than others. Two-year-olds have limited self-control. So even though toddlers with big, exuberant personalities are delightful, their extreme enthusiasm can sometimes cause problems. …
 
Happy New Year! Are you ready to bring in 2023 with open arms? We are, and we are excited to share this week's episode about practicing gratitude consistently this year and all the benefits you can reap from incorporating this into your family routine! Amma has 10 advantages of practicing gratitude on a regular basis Fosters positive relationships …
 
Well, 2022 flew by. As we get older I think we start saying this at the end of every year! Time flies, our babies grow up too fast, and we just keep getting older and older! But each year brings us so many beautiful new memories! So before this year ends, we encourage you to reminisce through 2022 with your kids. Go through your pictures, print the…
 
Is your toddler’s desire to delay dozing off driving you to distraction? Bedtime fears usually start at around two years and may last several years. They happen very commonly because children spend their days in imaginative play, and it is tough for them to turn that off at bedtime. Even though there are many valid reasons for your toddler to fight…
 
How were your holidays? If they were anything like mine, they were exhausting! Beautiful but exhausting so we want to give you mamas sometime to cooperate while your kids entertain themselves for a little. This too is helpful for our work-from-home moms just trying to get a little work in while their little ones can stay busy. This week Amma Lisa s…
 
Did you tune into this Tuesday's episode where we talk about bedtime routines for your littles? If so, here we have a classic lullaby, book, and some fun art your littles can do this weekend to keep them entertained! Song Hush little baby Book Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown Dark time drawings -Black construction paper -chalk Lyrics Hush, lit…
 
Need some consistency in this time of chaos or maybe we are on break so we are letting loose a little. This week we discuss Why bedtime routines are important What a bedtime routine looks like How to implement it Mama Sareena shares what bedtime looks like in her home and the lack of a routine. Now that her littles are growing and she is seeing how…
 
Did you know that you can reduce troublesome tantrums by tapping into what’s causing them? Toddlers’ tantrums can be wild, irrational, and confusing. So it helps to understand that tantrums are a normal part of a toddler’s development because their brains are still developing. When a tantrum happens, the toddler’s right brain, which is the part tha…
 
This Wednesday, December 21st, 2022 marks winter solstice. We celebrate the "rebirth of the sun" on this day! So we want to share with you some ways to enjoy this family fun Friday! We have a classic song, two book recommendations, and an activity your kids will love! You can sing this song to encourage play, just sit and sing or sing as you do you…
 
Did you know that treating siblings as equals fuels friction and fighting? Sibling relationships are complex. Observational studies have shown that some siblings fight as often as eight times an hour! Yet those relationships are essential for shaping children, and from a developmental standpoint, sibling rivalry helps kids figure out their distinct…
 
It can be so tempting to fall into this trap of threatening our kids to get them to behave or do something. We all say "Santa is watching or else you will be put on the nauhgty list." I saw myself falling into this but knew I wanted to be a better parent. I knew threatening her is not what I want for our relationship, I didn't know why but I knew i…
 
Did you tune in to this Tuesday's episode? We interviewed the creator of Travel Outside the Box. Param believes "that cultural diversity is something to be celebrated and that the best way to achieve this, is by educating our children about different cultures and teaching them to be sensitive and inclusive." We love what she is doing and encourage …
 
Do you dread the despair of difficult daily drop-offs? The woeful look on a toddler’s face when parting makes it hard for parents to walk away without feeling heartbroken and guilty. Most children become clingy between eighteen months and three years of age, and all kids experience anxiety at some point in their early years. So it’s normal and expe…
 
Today we are excited to introduce you to our next guest on the podcast! Param Kaur-Kingston is coming to us today from the United Kingdom. Born and raised in Ipswich, England, Param is the daughter of Indian parents. Growing up in a Sihk family in Britain had its many challenges. Param, as a girl, had to beg to go on to get a higher education. Whic…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Tis' the season of giving! So, this week we share a fun way to teach your kids the importance of giving while also making way for the new toys coming into the home during the holidays (be proactive before you add to the clutter mamas). You can also model generosity and how beautiful random acts of kindness …
 
Did you know that toddlers cannot comprehend the concept of sharing? Snatching toys and shouting “mine” is not a sign of selfishness in toddlers. It only happens because they have no idea what sharing is. Issues around sharing- or not sharing can cause a lot of uncertainty and embarrassment and may even lead parents to doubt themselves. That’s why …
 
Hey Mama! Are you constantly overthinking every parenting decision or the way you reacted with your child out of frustration? Do you feel like you are messing up your child and failing as a parent? Don't we all... but I can tell you that I know you are here because you want to change that, congratulations on taking the first step to change. Noticin…
 
Hey families! Hoping you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family making lasting memories! Or maybe you were stuck in the kitchen cooking all day like me! This week we have a super fun art project for your little ones that can get messy but is lots of fun! Don't forget to join us on our Facebook page to teach you the sing-a-long when we go…
 
Are your toddler’s picky eating patterns perturbing you? Fussy eating habits and mealtime conflicts can be very frustrating! Food battles can cause a great deal of stress and may even lead us to encourage habitual behavior we later regret. It is way easier to learn a good habit than it is to break a bad one! So, today, I would like to help you avoi…
 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR BABY, THE NURTURING PARENT! We did it, for one whole year. We are so grateful for our listeners and to see how far we have come. This week Amma Lisa and Mama Sareena share an intimate conversation about what the journey has looked like. Episodes mentioned Ep. #23-27 : 5-part series Ep. #28-29 : My birth experience Ep. #32 Sorr…
 
Are you having a rainy season like us? Last two weeks we shared with you fall/autumn songs! This weekend we want to share with you and your family some fun rain songs, arts and crafts for toddlers and preschoolers as well as some easy fun stories to read with your littles! **As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases** Please consider …
 
Are time-outs truly the best way to tackle your toddlers’ tantrums? Time-outs have been the go-to method for dealing with children’s undesirable behavior since the 1950s. From the age of two, most parents start considering what works and what does not. Many parents tend to worry about being too hard or too soft on their children, getting them to li…
 
Do you have a toddler and an infant? Worried about jealousy, hitting, and regressions when welcoming a new one to the family? Is your toddler starting to exhibit aggressive behaviours towards baby, even months after becoming a big sister or brother? It’s normal mama! This week we are giving you a few more tools to deal with sibling rivalry. If you …
 
This week Amma Lisa shares some more fun songs and autumn art we can do with our littles this weekend! Practice along with us or join our Lives on Friday to learn what activities share for you to do and sing along with us. Our goal is to help you connect with your kids, learn some fun new kid songs and get into nature with your family! 1st Song By …
 
Has your toddler been telling tall tales? If so, don’t panic! All kids stretch the truth at times, and lying is a perfectly normal part of a toddler’s development. Even though it can be perplexing to hear your toddler tell unlikely stories, it is neither a reflection of bad character nor a sign of moral weakness! Lying is a complex skill. So, when …
 
Do you want to respond to your kid's verse reacting to them? Or do you just feel like everything has to be a fight, like getting into the shower or cleaning up toys? Sometimes we have to look at ourselves first to be able to understand our kids' reactions and behaviors. At such a young age, they rely on us to help them manage their emotions, they c…
 
In the midst of autumn, we want to share with you some ways to enjoy this time of season. The holidays are coming and we are about to be busy! Lets take a moment to step into nature and ground ourselves before the chaos comes! This week Amma Lisa shares some fun songs and activities we can do with our littles. You can also join us in our FB Group H…
 
Toddlers suck their thumb when bored, falling asleep, upset, and watching tv. It creates a yummy feeling, like a day at the spa. Over time, kids develop other calming skills and typically give the habit up. But what if they don’t? Most kids will stop sucking their thumbs around 2-4 years of age, or by the time the permanent teeth are ready to erupt…
 
Do you wonder if you should be talking to your baby? Or worry that you may look a little crazy when you do? Well, mama, we are here to tell you there is a method to your madness! Your baby is soaking it all in like a sponge even if you think they do not understand what you are saying, they are constantly learning from us. Should you speak in a high…
 
Do you have your Halloween costumes ready? Are your pumpkins all painted and carved sitting on the front steps? Halloween is just around the corner and we wanted to share two more songs with you parents to sing with your kids. You can make any activity with your kids a little more fun when you add these tunes! So go for a little walk and sing with …
 
No one wants their kids flinging toys/objects across the room. I’m not talking about a friendly game of catch. I’m talking about when the remote control goes flying because you said, “No, sweetheart, you can’t have cake for breakfast.” In this episode, Dr. Cathryn helps us understand why kids throw things and how to end this habit in ways that prot…
 
Happy Halloween Families! Do you hate the thought of halloween coming and having a house full of candy? Do you wish there was a healthy way to celebrate this time of year with your littles? Well this week Amma will share her tricks for healthier treats this halloween! Too many sweets at such a young age will set them up for unhealthy habits and die…
 
Welcome to the first of our FAMILY FUN FRIDAY series! We are so excited to add this to our podcast to help you mama bring something fun and fresh into the weekend for your family. It may be a fun new song to sing to your littles like you learned today, a fun craft idea, or a helpful parenting tip that we will help you put into practice! We hope the…
 
Kids whine for many reasons, but driving you crazy isn’t actually one of them. Toddlers lack sophistication… and moaning and groaning is their way of saying, “I need you. Please take care of me.” Instead of viewing whining as a toddler trying to manipulate you, remember that whining is a toddler's attempt at trying to be seen and heard. They just l…
 
This week we welcome a special guest! Colleen Adrian, MN, (Masters in Nursing) is a coach for parents of sensitive, spirited kids. She is a professional writer, speaker, and mentor who specializes in helping parents learn practices to transform their children’s self-criticism into self-confidence. If you are a parent who is at their wit's end regar…
 
This week we wanted to share why we chose "The Nurturing Parent" and what that means for us. We believe that a nurturing parent allows for the healthy growth and development of their little ones. Here are 4 basics of how to be a nurturing parent to your babies. This also may just serve as a reminder to cherish your little ones, show them love, acce…
 
It’s so easy to get sucked into power struggles with toddlers. We get hung up thinking we need to teach our kids, “who’s the boss”. So, what’s the best way to deal with power struggles?? Avoiding them altogether! In today’s episode, we discuss simple, effective, strategies to avoid tug-of-wars. Less fighting means you’ll have more time and energy t…
 
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