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Welcome back to our Respectful Parenting: In Real Life Series! On today’s episode I had the pleasure of sitting down with Joel Castillo. Joel is the husband of one of our Seed team members, and a father to three young kiddos. We all come to parenthood with patterns and habits that we formed when we were just children ourselves. Joel and I chat abou…
 
Welcome back to the podcast everyone! Today I am joined by Destini Davis, who you may know from her popular parenting instagram account @destini.ann and at home she’s a mom to two young kiddos. So today we chat about how she balances her busy life online with her very busy offline life. And what respectful parenting looks like in her household. She…
 
Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I read every one and they fill my heart with joy. Connect with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seed.and.sew/ Podcast page: https://voicesofyourvillage.com Music by: https://www.bensound.com/
 
On today’s episode I am joined by Jessica Slice. We chat about what respectful parenting looks like in her household as a parent with disabilities, and how the picture perfect advice on social media often doesn’t apply. Jessica and I talk about how she handles things like discipline, boundaries and playtime in this informative episode. Love this po…
 
Welcome back villagers! Today I am joined by Marcela Collier, she’s a parenting coach and founder of the High Impact Club. Her focus is on Parenting with Understanding so Marcela and I chat about how to give yourself grace as a parent when triggers come up from your past or the way you were raised. As well as the ways respectful parenting comes up …
 
Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I read every one and they fill my heart with joy. Connect with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seed.and.sew/ Podcast page: https://voicesofyourvillage.com Music by: https://www.bensound.com/
 
Jamie Jones joins us on the podcast today to talk about what respectful parenting looks like in her household, she talks about how she navigates different sensory needs in her busy family of four, as well as her experience raising Black boys in today’s society. We chat about how she and her husband talk to her kids about how and where they can safe…
 
Welcome back after a long break! We've missed you all and we are so excited to bring you all the content we've been working on while we were missing from your podcast feed. Introducing our new Respectful Parenting: IRL Series! We hope you can see yourself and your children in these raw and honest interviews. On today's episode, mom of two and villa…
 
Happy podcast Thursday village! This is a very fun episode because it's full of questions that were submitted by you all! In this episode we chat about coping strategies vs coping mechanisms, how to build coping strategies and why I think this is the most important and often missed phase of emotion processing. Love this podcast? Scroll down to leav…
 
Today is such a fun episode because I got to chat with Lori Gottlieb, the therapist and author of the NY Times bestselling book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. I devoured this book while on our trip to Europe and I was left anting even more time with her when I finished. We get to chat and ultimately answer the question, "How do you process as a…
 
Hey everyone! Welcome back to Voices of Your Village, today on the podcast I am joined by the wonderful Xavier Dagba to talk about setting boundaries between adults. Xavier is a transformational life coach and father. I was so thrilled when Xavier agreed to come have an on mic chat with me and I think you will be just as jazzed to listen as I was t…
 
We talk a lot at Seed and Sew about emotional intelligence, emotional processing and helping our tiny humans build their toolboxes. But what does that actually look like? What are the steps and how do we help facilitate these skills in our kiddos? In today's episode of Voices of Your Village, my CEP co-creator, Lauren Stauble, joined me to break do…
 
On This episode of Voices of Your Village I chat with pediatric occupational therapist and woman behind Thriving Littles, Katie Crosby, about the important topic of co-regulation and self-regulation. What is the difference between the two? And what is an appropriate timeline for moving from co-reg in infancy to self-reg as kiddo's get older? We div…
 
Happy 200th episode to all of our listeners out there! We are so glad you're on this journey with us. In this episode we're chatting about emotion processing for adults. What does it look like for us to do this work? How can we best learn these skills for ourselves so we can support our kiddos in learning them too! Love this podcast? Scroll down to…
 
I got to hang out with Dr. Nicole LePera to chat about reparenting our adult self, which is a pretty buzzwordy term in our industry right now. And I want to break down what does it even mean? And what does that look like to reparent while you're parenting your own children? What happens when those triggers come up from our childhood through our kid…
 
Welcome back to the podcast! On today's episode I sat down with psychologist Michaela Boehm to chat all about intimacy with your partner in parenthood. There are physical and mental factors, as well as societal pressures that all can affect how we feel towards intimacy and our overall connection with our partners. I loved this conversation with Mic…
 
It's that time again folks! Fall daylight saving time is here and as always we are here with a quick refresher episode with all the tips you need to either plan ahead or adjust after the fact. Whatever works best for your family unit! If you'd like a pdf copy of this info, visit https://www.seedandsew.org/falldst Love this podcast? Scroll down to l…
 
In this episode I got to hang out with Irene McKenna to chat about discipline, punishment and boundaries. These are three big ones that a lot of us are trying to do a little differently than we experienced growing up, and knowing what that looks like and being able to implement in the moment can be so tough. This episode is full of tangible tips an…
 
Welcome back to the podcast! On today's episode I sit down to chat about other ways to respond to behavior instead of spanking. There's tons of research out there that talks about why spanking isn't productive and how it can actually breed patterns of abuse for children who were spanked to then repeat patterns of abuse in adulthood. So in this epis…
 
Happy podcast Thursday folks! This is one of my favorite episodes that we've recorded for the podcast because I got to interview Dr. Lynyetta Willis who has become a dear friend since this interview. And after listening I think you'll see why, her philosophies are so intertwined with Seed's and she shares some lovely perspectives on how we can look…
 
Welcome back everyone! On this episode of the podcast we're chatting about why kids lie. What's the driver behind it, and how can we respond in a way that's emotionally supportive and truly gets at the root. For many of us lying can bring up triggers from our own childhood, social programing, and maybe what we learned about lying or experiences we …
 
Happy podcast Thursday again friends! On this episode I got to sit down and chat with Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart all about impulse control. This is a juicy episode where we dive into the difference between self regulation and self control. How can we support impulse control and what are some expectations we should have for the different ages and stage…
 
What a joy it was to talk to one of our Seed team members, Mariana Proske about her story. She is a school phscologist and a mama of three and in this episode we talk about her experience as a Mexican-American and what her immigration story looked like. We chat about the systems in place and how to talk to kids in a way that breeds empathy and comp…
 
Happy podcast Thursday villagers! In today's episode we are talking about how to respond when your kiddo says something mean or hurtful to you. It can bring up so many triggers for us, around our own childhood wounds and even your social programming. Tune into today's episode to join the conversation about how to look beyond the behavior to respond…
 
Welcome back villagers! On this episode of the podcast I got to have a conversation with Michelle Emanuel about how oral restrictions such as tongue and lip ties can affect a child's overall sensory regulation. She suggests a more holistic approach than is sometimes offered by care providers. This episode is full of information and I can't wait for…
 
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