McMoyler Method: Taking The Judgement Out Of Childbirth

McMoyler Method: Taking The Judgement Out Of Childbirth

February 24, 2018Parenting Resources, Parenting Village, Pregnancy + Childbirth, Uncategorized No Comments

Trying to decide which childbirth prep  curriculum to bring under the Kinspace umbrella proved to be a daunting task.  At the core of Kinspace is inclusivity.  It is my goal for every parent to feel supported without judgement, provided with education and resources that will nurture their individual paths as new families.  In other words, … Read More

October 12, 2017Parenting Resources No Comments

  While it always makes my heart happy  to hear from past graduates of Parent Prep, this letter gave me the goosebumps (and not the good kind!), so I knew I had to share.  This is such a great reminder of why learning the basics of CPR is crucial for anyone that cares for a … Read More

Taking the Drama Out of Discipline

Taking the Drama Out of Discipline

May 21, 2017Books

When it come to parenting books, I am a huge fan of all things Dan Siegel. His mindfulness based approach is empathetic, relatable, and most of all super effective. His “Connect-and-Redirect” principle has changed the way I approach discipline in my own home with some pretty magical results. Take a peek at his latest book … Read More

Postpartum Depression: The Scoop on Prevention

Postpartum Depression: The Scoop on Prevention

May 5, 2017Postpartum Depression

By all accounts, I should have had Postpartum Depression. All the risks were there. Family History of depression? Check. Pain during pregnancy? Check. Traumatic pregnancy/birth? Check. Breastfeeding issues? Check. Baby who wouldn’t sleep? Check. If I had all of the risks associated with PPD, why was I able to escape the Fourth Trimester somewhat unscathed, … Read More

Raised in Captivity: Creating Your Parenting Village

Raised in Captivity: Creating Your Parenting Village

April 24, 2017Parenting Village

I recently heard this story about a Gorilla who was raised in captivity. I am probably about to leave out approximately one million tiny details in this story, but It goes like this: once upon a time, there was a female gorilla named “Maggie.” Maggie was born and raised in a zoo, where for unknown … Read More