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2019 PosItive Parenting Conference

 

 

There’s a lot of things I didn’t know…

As a young college student, working as a teacher-aid,

I had an experience with feeding children that made me sick to my stomach.

There was a little boy, who absolutely refused to try new food.

I remember one day I showed up for lunch hour, and there was a nice piece of cantaloupe on his plate.

Teachers were pleading for him to “just take a test bite.”

“First eat this, then you can have this” .

”If you don’t eat this you’ll be really, really hungry.”

And the biggest lie of all if you’re like me and hate cantaloupe: “It’s not yucky, it’s yummy!”

 

When that food finally hit his mouth, he immediately threw up everything from inside his little body.

 

Guess what? This was a regular occurrence.

WHY WERE WE FORCING HIM TO TRY SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE HIM BARF?

Our thought: he needs to eat

  What we missed: if he threw up, he wouldn’t be eating anything, he would be really hungry and it would ALL be yucky

 

There’s a lot of things I didn’t know as a young teacher.

And a lot of things I still don’t know.

Revealed on this page...

  • Evidence-based strategies, meaning these have helped 100s of families before (it’s not just Aunt Carol’s fool proof plan to stop a baby’s cry with a little rum 😳)

  • Topics that are relevant to your family now, things that will be relevant on another rainy day

  • What if it even accounted for YOUR goals, YOUR personalities and YOUR circumstances (not just your opinionated Facebook friends who "have perfect children")

  • Answering questions and developing a family culture that you can be proud of

  • Raising resilient children and growing into the parents that you have dreamed of being

There’s a lot of things I didn’t know…  As a young college student, working as a teacher-aid,   I had an experience with feeding children that made me sick to my stomach.   There was a little boy, who absolutely refused to try new food.   I remember one day I showed up for lunch hour, and there was a nice piece of cantaloupe on his plate.  Teachers were pleading for him to “just take a test bite.”  “First eat this, then you can have this” .    ”If you don’t eat this you’ll be really, really hungry.”   And the biggest lie of all if you’re like me and hate cantaloupe: “It’s not yucky, it’s yummy!”     When that food finally hit his mouth, he immediately threw up everything from inside his little body.      Guess what? This was a regular occurrence.   WHY WERE WE FORCING HIM TO TRY SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE HIM BARF?  Our thought: he needs to eat    What we missed: if he threw up, he wouldn’t be eating anything, he would be really hungry and it would ALL be yucky     There’s a lot of things I didn’t know as a young teacher.   And a lot of things I still don’t know as a more experience teacher and young mom.

In my gut, I just knew there had to be a better way.

Another story that left an impact…

When I was babysitting as 11 or 12-year-old child we had one kid who was absolutely off-the-walls.

When it was time for bed, the strategy was “put him on his bed, then make a run for the door and lock it from the outside.”

 

I felt SICK about it

Listening to him scream and cry and pound on the door.

His parents were operating in survival-mode

They didn’t know what else to do to get him to stay in his bed

 

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How often do we all do something, cuz we “don’t know what else to do“

 

When I became a parent, I realized once again… there’s a lot that I don’t know. And when I surveyed parents,

A lot of us are asking the SAME questions.

 

  “What do you do when your kid hits you?”

“What do you do when your kid has a tantrum at the store?”

“What do you do if your kid won’t sleep, won’t eat?”

“Why does my marriage feel like its struggling?”

“Why do I feel like I’m losing myself?”

 

Many of us are asking the same questions

There’s also a LOT of opinions.

Sometimes we get information that is NOT going to serve us.

  And we turn to social media, and get bizarre answers

We turn to comparison, and get discouraged

We turn to google, and get confused

We turn to our doctors, and get prescriptions

 

We all turn to different places, and it is amazing to build a support system.

but… 

Your family is different from my family.

So what I do with my kids at bedtime, might not work for you.

What I tolerate at the dinner table, might not work for you.

 

The way you were raised was in a different world,

with different personalities, in a different time.

 

New research, to support negative implications of old parenting methods

New food research, to support types of foods that benefit our body to ingest

New societal norms, that divide the world with opinions

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So, where can you turn for the

information to basic questions?

Where do you turn for factual evidence-based strategies that are going to

save you from losing your mind over sleep, picky eating, behavior, marriage…

 

There’s TONS of good information out there.

Aint nobody got time to search and search.

So we do what we know & stay guilty or frustrated

We ask others & feel unsatisfied

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Why not ask the experts? 

Cue, XO PARENTING CONFERENCE.

 

This 2019 conference is equipped with nine experts on topics of food, sleep,

behavior, emotional development, self-care and marriage.

Wouldn’t this be AMAZING?

Join us this October 2019

first Xo Parenting Conference.  

Positive Parenting Experts from all over the world to help YOU love parenting and parent with love

 

If you’re ready to join us, don’t wait.

 

 

Tell me about these “experts“

& what will be covered

 Behavior

learn a completely new way to look at &

understand your child’s Behavior

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when sleep is better, everything is better…

refreshing insight on getting your children to sleep better

& reduce those bedtime struggles

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Food & Nutrition

No more empty threats, bribing with dessert or

feeling like you’re failing at getting your kids to eat

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emotional development & Support

cultivate a culture of empowerment in your home,

by using strategies to develop a growth mindset & accepting emotions

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parent emotional health matters

learn what you need to support yourself

and be confident in you on this wild parenting ride

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marriage

nurture your kids and your partner,

it doesn’t have to be one or the other

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Reframing Behavior so You Can Understand & Support Your Child by Lauren Pace

  1. The hidden function of behavior all parents should know by Wendy Bertagnole

  2. Attachment-based approach to helping babies and toddlers get better sleep by Christine Lawler

  3. Overcoming Bedtime Battles (older) by Kerry Secker

  4. How to Reduce Picky Eating in Kids, One Brussel Sprout at a Time" by Malina Malkani

  5. How to Cultivate a Growth Mindset for Your Kids by Fallyn Smith

  6. Helping Your Children Navigate Strong Emotions by Lauren Pace

  7. When Someone Attacks Your Parenting by Jessica Millburn

  8. Keeping Marriages Strong After Kids by Christine Lawler

  9. How to engage in self-care in motherhood and ditch the mom guilt By Ashurina Ream

  10. Soul Care: honoring and replenishing your spirit self by Talesha Carter

+ Bonus Interview


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FAQ

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