Gift of parenting

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#46: The Gift of Parenting: Reflections from Parenting Experts

 

It’s a good idea to regularly reflect on your parenting journey, to step back and take a look at what you’re learning, how you’ve changed as a person, what you want to continue and what you’d like to change in the future.

In this fun episode, you’ll hear experts from around the globe reflect on the impact parenting has made on their personal growth as well as how their children have brought much joy to their lives, in the early years of babies and toddlers as well as adult children.

 

About our guests:
Colleen O’Grady, Host of Power Your Parenting: Moms of Teens Podcast
Aysin Karaduman, Host of Redefining the Good Life Podcast
Abbey Heagney, Wellness with Abbey
Ann Kaplan, Parent Coach
Carly Fleming, Postpartum Coach, Fourth Trimester Foundations
Zlata Stankovic-Ramirez, Early Childhood Professor 
Deborah Farmer-Kris, Author and Founder of Parenting 365
Kent McKitrick, Dad Extraordinaire 😍

 

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In the 2023 season of Parenting in the First 3 Years, we’ll be bringing on parents just like you to share the story of their personal journey. Would you like to apply to be considered as a guest? Simply email us at ask@nurturednoggins.com.

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