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No One Told Us the truth about parenthood. WHY?! This is the podcast everyone needed before they had kids. Because now that those little ones are here, there's a lot to unpack. Parenting is a wild ride that you can never be totally prepared for, but don't you wish someone had filled you in a LITTLE?! There are so many things no one tells us before becoming a parent, and Rachael is here to change that. Let's pull back the curtain on becoming a first-time mom (or dad!) to share the good, the bad and the ugly. A little education, a little fun, and a whole lot of heart goes into each and every episode of No One Told Us to have you feeling less alone and way more empowered.
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Episode 15: How to Fight for your Rights at Work with Daphne Delvaux of @themamattorney Join Rachael and Daphne Delvaux as they talk about women’s rights in the workplace, family leave policies in the US and more. Daphne is an award-winning trial attorney and has even founded her own law firm devoted to women's rights at work. This episode is so powerful and informative for anyone who has a job and is planning on being pregnant, has been pregnant in the past, is back to work and pumping, or is an employed parent. Feeling empowered by knowing all your rights and options can take a lot of the unknown out of the equation and help you to plan for the future! In this episode we discuss the most important things to line up before and after you announce your pregnancy, advice on when to announce pregnancy at work and when you should ask about maternity leave and partner’s leave. Daphne gives an overview of legal protections in place for working moms- such as maternity leave, breastfeeding and pumping accommodations, discrimination prevention, family and medical leave and flexible work arrangements. We also discuss navigating pregnancy-related discrimination, including unfair treatment and wrongful termination, and how to navigate this, plus tips for negotiating family-friendly policies for a better work-life balance and managing the transition back to work after maternity leave ends. Daphne Delvaux, Esq. is an award-winning trial attorney and Founder of Delvaux Law, a law firm devoted to women's rights at work. She has been recognized by major news outlets (both nationally and internationally) as a leader of the women’s rights movement, and has received the award of Outstanding Trial Lawyer for winning an equal pay trial. Delvaux is also the creator of the Mamattorney, a platform on a mission to educate women on their rights at work and teach them how to advocate for their needs so they can receive more financial freedom and time freedom without sacrificing their career goals or ambitions. Daphne is routinely seen as the expert on pregnancy and postpartum discrimination as well as maternity leave regulations. Daphne is on a mission to help ambitious moms achieve professional homecoming. The Mamattorney Academy membership here Employment Rights Guide 20% off all Coterie diapering products (diapers, wipes, pants) for first time customer orders of $40 or more. Use for subscription or one-time purchase. Code: NoOneToldUs Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website For more on biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram.
 Episode 14: Preparing for Travel, Sleep, or Stress over the Holidays with your host Rachael Shepard-Ohta (of Hey, Sleepy Baby) The holidays are approaching and for a lot of us that means traveling, changes in routine, and big expectations. It can be SO hard feeling the pressure of wanting to create perfect memories and have fun because really it’s a lot of work (and doesn't always go according to plan)! Join me this week as I talk all about what we do as a family to prepare for traveling, being around family, and of course, sleep. Plus I take some listener questions about dealing with in-laws and more! In this episode we discuss: What you can and cannot control How your child’s temperament can affect traveling Prepping your child beforehand for travel Setting boundaries with family and friends beforehand  Dealing with time change if crossing time zones Getting on the same page as your partner  Maintaining routine while away from home COTERIE 20% off all diapering products (diapers, wipes, pant) with a minimum spend of $40 for new customers on one-time OR subscription with code NOONETOLDUS at checkout! Blog Post on Best Travel Crib for Baby Blog Post on Jet lag Blog Post on My Best Tips for Traveling with Your Kids and Toddler Free Traveling with Your Baby PDF Guidebook Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website For more on biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram.
Episode 13: Managing Sensory Overwhelm in Parenthood with Larissa Geleris of @steadyparents Disclaimer: This episode is for entertainment and educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Please seek immediate care from your physician if you have any concerns about your health. Picture this: you’re cooking dinner, the oven fan is blasting, your baby is crying, your toddler is playing with a noisy toy, and your partner is trying to talk to you. You are filled with overwhelm and overstimulation and maybe even rage. If this sounds like you, you are NOT alone. In fact, this is such a normal response to what is happening around you! This week join Rachael and Larissa to talk all about the over-stimulation, overwhelm, and dysregulation parents experience all the time! They dive deep on how to truly empower parents and help them feel confident and steady in their parenting  journey. In this episode we discuss: Understanding sensory overwhelm The effects of the intense sensory demands of parenthood Practical, easy, and quick sensory strategies for times of dysregulation Being "touched out" and what to do Self compassion as it relates to self regulation How to set yourself up for success and have less times of overwhelm How to coregulate for your baby when you’re barely holding it together yourself Larissa is an occupational therapist specializing in identifying and treating sensory processing dysfunction. She began her career in pediatrics, but after suffering a major concussion, she had to take some time off work due to her own sensory dysfunction. As she recovered, she shifted focus to parents, realizing just how much she was using her OT knowledge and skills on herself as an overstimulated parent. Founder of Steady Parents, Larissa is passionate about supporting parents who are experiencing overstimulation, overwhelm, and dysregulation to help them feel confident and steady in their parenting journey. Larissa offers 1:1 coaching to help parents tune in to themselves, feel empowered to do the things that are meaningful to them, and explore practical and sustainable ways to care for themselves, while caring for their family. You can find her online program: Sensing Your Needs in Parenthood, a self-paced online program that you can turn to for practical, effective strategies to employ in daily life, participate in your role as a parent, and experience the joys of parenthood the way they’re meant to be experienced. Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website For more on biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram.  
Let’s Normalize Caring For Your Pelvic Floor with Dr. Sara Reardon of @the.vagina.whisperer! Disclaimer: This episode is for entertainment and educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Please seek immediate care from your physician if you have any concerns about your health. Join Rachael and Dr. Sara Reardon as they talk about pelvic floor care before, during and after pregnancy. Dr. Sara Reardon is a mom of 2 and a board-certified pelvic floor physical therapist who has worked with thousands of women for over sixteen years to heal and care for their pelvic floor. SO many of us struggle with pelvic floor issues and are either not receiving the proper care and attention or feel too embarrassed to even seek out help. Dr. Sara Reardon aims to be a support and create a space where we can get the care we deserve! In this episode we discuss: What is the pelvic floor? The importance of pelvic floor therapy before and after childbirth and postpartum recovery What to keep in mind for intimacy and exercise postpartum and when Dr. Sara recommends resuming sex and working out Taking care of your C-section scar Birth and how it affects your pelvic floor What Sara wishes she knew before having kids Dr. Sara Reardon is a board-certified pelvic floor physical therapist, wife and mom of 2. Her instagram page, The Vagina Whisperer, is a go-to resource for taking care of your pelvic floor before, during, and after pregnancy.  Since 2006, she has worked with thousands of women suffering from pelvic floor problems which inspired her work on The Vagina Whisperer. She created and launched a V-Hive Membership which is an online, on-demand pelvic floor fitness program, just three 10-minute workouts a week with minimal equipment. Her website has tons of free resources, such as the Pelvic floor guide as well as options for booking 1-1 telehealth appointments with pelvic floor therapists.  COTERIE 20% off all diapering products (diapers, wipes, pant) with a minimum spend of $40 for new customers on one-time OR subscription with code NOONETOLDUS at checkout! Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website
Making Healthy Eating Fun for Kids with Katie Marston, Mom of 2 and Chief Marketing Officer at Once Upon A Farm. Disclaimer: This episode is for entertainment and educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Please seek immediate care from your physician if you have any concerns about your baby or child’s health. Join Rachael and Katie Marston as they talk about starting little ones on solid foods, feeding pressure and misconceptions and more! Katie is a mom of 2 and CMO at Once Upon A Farm which makes organic snacks and meals trusted by parents and loved by kids and parents. Rachael and Katie dive into healthy eating with kids, some of the common myths around feeding babies, and the important role early exposure plays in your child’s relationship towards food! In this episode we discuss: How to get your children interested in food Getting over "perfectionism" when it comes to feeding your child Do you have to choose between BLW or purees or can you do both? How to seek out options for feeding and find what works best for your family  The importance of allowing for fun and sensory play when eating How a strong microbiome affects our overall health The impact of food insecurity and poverty in the US Introducing sugar and other treats Katie's own parenting journey as a working mom of 2 Katie is a lover of creativity, laughter, and a good challenge. Possessing these traits has served her well as she has successfully navigated her 20+ year career in a variety of roles, countries, and industries. She has had the great fortune to develop brand strategies for both small- and large-scale companies, even rolling up her sleeves as an entrepreneur with her own consulting business. This background has laid the perfect foundation for her current role as Chief Marketing Officer for Once Upon a Farm where she has been for 3 years. Katie’s love of health-conscious brands began during her early years at Adidas where she spent 12 years in their Portland, Amsterdam, Herzogenaurach, and Carlsbad offices. Katie currently lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband Brad and their two kids. Get started with Once Upon a Farm today and enjoy an additional 40% off your first order – subscription or one time purchase! Use code NoOneToldUs40 at OnceUponaFarmOrganics.com Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website (transcripts available!)
Episode 10: Perspective is Everything with Hunter & Cam Premo of @hunterpremo and @cameronpremo owners of Premonition Goods This week on the podcast Rachael has well known-instagram husband and wife duo, Hunter & Cam Premo as guests! They talk all about the parenting transition from 1 to 2, why they co sleep and how it works for their family, and the importance of perspective while navigating not only parenting but also social media.  Join Rachael, Hunter & Cam to talk about: how they prepared for the transition from 1 to 2 kids the power of your own intuition when parenting how to support mom’s during postpartum why cosleeping works for them how a child’s temperament affects parenting style what it’s like working with your partner & so much more! Hunter is a fashion and lifestyle influencer from Nashville, you can find her instagram @hunterpremo. Cameron is a professional photographer and videographer, you can find his instagram @cameronpremo. They are high school sweethearts who are now married and parents to two adorable boys, Remy & Radner! They recently launched Premonition Goods together which is an online mercantile featuring high quality handmade goods to wear, use, and gift. To find the courses discussed in this podcast, you can visit Dr. Becky’s website here or click on the following links to view the courses: Dr. Becky Deeply Feeling Kids Workshop Dr. Becky Adjusting to a New Sibling  To get 10% off your next order from Bodily use the code: NOONETOLDUS for 10% off of orders of $100 or more! You can also click on the link here to use the discount code! Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website For more on cosleeping, biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram.  
Are you struggling with bedtime battles, nap refusals, or other struggles with your toddler or preschooler? SAME. In this episode Rachael gets real about what she’s currently dealing with having a three year old with some very strong opinions. She talks about the REAL reasons so many little kids struggle with bedtime and naps, plus takes listener questions! In this episode you’ll hear about:  Why little kids often have a hard time going to bed Power struggles and testing limits at bedtime How to use Connection to your advantage for a smoother evening How to move away from Bed Sharing with your toddler or preschooler Thoughts on providing bedtime snacks Are toddlers being Manipulative? When and how to drop the nap Blog Post on Bedtime Snacks (with snack ideas!) Blog Post on “Fighting Sleep” and Bedtime Battles in babies and toddlers FREE Nap Transition Guide, Including how to start "Quiet Time" For more about Toddler Bedtime Struggles, check out the Better Bedtimes Guide from HSB, and get $10 off for listening to this episode! Use code BEDTIMESPOD Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website (Transcripts Available!) For more on biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram. This podcast does not contain medical advice and is for entertainment purposes only. Please follow & subscribe to No One Told Us and if you enjoyed this episode- leave us a review! 
Episode 8: How Hard Breastfeeding Can Be with Kelly Kendall of @thebalancedboob Have you ever heard things like that it’s normal for breastfeeding to hurt? Spoiler- it’s not. This week, host Rachael and her guest, IBCLC Kelly Kendall, bust lots of myths about breastfeeding, mastitis, clogged ducts, and more. They talk about how to source good quality information on the internet and how you can support yourself and prepare for your breastfeeding journey before baby is even here!  The goal of their discussion is to give hope through education about our bodies and how feeding babies works so people can be empowered to make decisions that work for them. Join Rachael and Kelly to talk about: how to empower yourself and be proactive with support learning hand expressions before birth the importance of self-compassion during feeding challenges busting myths about mastitis, clogged ducts etc. what to do if you're feeling pain basics of milk supply and regulation, especially at the beginning our personal feeding journeys, and more! Kelly is a nurse, IBCLC and founder of The Balanced Boob which provides support and education to breastfeeding families. Kelly works helping mamas confidently navigate their breastfeeding journey without the overwhelm, guilt, or judgment. Kelly is so passionate about educating and supporting families in her breastfeeding program Boob School. You can find Kelly on instagram @thebalancedboob and get more support with breastfeeding on her website Boob School! Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website For more on biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram.
Episode 7: How To Keep Kids Healthy with Dr. Anjuli Gans Disclaimer: This episode is for entertainment and educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Please seek immediate care from your physician if you have any concerns about your baby or child’s health. Join Rachael and Dr. Anjuli Gans as they talk about cold and flu season with your kids and babies, partnering with your healthcare team, trusting your own parental intuition, and more! Dr. Anjuli will also answer some of the most-asked questions directly from our listeners! In this episode we discuss: How and why Dr. Ajuli started her Instagram page and resources for parents Forming trusting, therapeutic alliances with your care team Trends in medical advice on social media  How to manage cold and flu season with little ones Tips for hydrating your babies and kids when they’re sick RSV season and how to protect your baby, especially with older children around Signs of respiratory distress and when to be concerned Homeopathic remedies top things to be feeding your child to keep them healthy Multivitamins and if they are necessary or not Is melatonin recommended for improving babies and kids sleep? Benefits of breastfeeding past 12 months Managing congestion and silent reflux in newborns And more! Dr, Anjuli Gans is a pediatrician at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and at Georgetown University School of Medicine. She’s worked in pediatrics for over a decade -- and focuses on early childhood development and pediatric mental health and well-being. But it wasn't until she became a mom  of two young children that she realized how little practical health information there was out there for parents. She remembers all of the advice she used to give, before she had kids, that now feels truthfully very unrealistic.  You can follow Dr. Gans on Instagram @resilientrascals to find simple, intentional, step-by-step health tips for parents. You can also purchase one of her in-depth guides on her website Resilient Rascals as well as find a variety of other resources and blogs. Specifically, you can find her Vitamin Guide for children from birth through three years of age here. Grab the HSB Better Bedtimes Guide Dr. Anjuli used for her child here. For more on biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram. Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website  
Did you feel totally unprepared for how ANGRY you'd sometimes feel after having a baby? Maybe you did all the baby prep classes or prepared yourself for labor as much as you could or read all the “how-to” books on parenting and have a great partner. But once you got home, you realized nobody prepared you for just how much everything in your life was going to change. Perhaps you are struggling with your identity shifting or your relationship has totally changed, or you're being triggered by things that didn't bother you before. Maybe you take it out on your partner- or your kids. Maybe you even feel some shame or embarrassment about these things. In this episode Rachael and Yara discuss the biggest points of contention in relationships after having a baby and why it is totally understandable for us to feel angry.   Join Rachael and Yara to talk about: what couples struggle most with after having a baby how a mothers identity tends to shift post baby how defining expectations with your partner can help to prevent resentment changing our beliefs & expectations on what it actually will look like when becoming parents ways to experience mothering with more ease why moms might feel angry and resentful postpartum anger with our children and what to do when we're triggered how to assume the best of our children and others in our lives How to support your nervous system BEFORE you feel anger self-compassion for mothers and connecting with our inner child Book Mentioned: Fair Play by Eve Rodsky Yara Heary is a Perth psychologist who works exclusively with women throughout conception, pregnancy, and motherhood. Yara started Life After Birth Psychology following the birth of her first son which started her on yet another journey of self-rediscovery. Her experiences throughout early motherhood drew her to support other women as they navigate their own family of origin dynamics, the social programming of the “good mother”, relationship changes with those around them, identity shifts, and role changes to find their place of balance and authenticity as mothers. She is also the host of Life After Birth with Yara, a podcast dedicated to sharing the stories of women as they navigate life as mothers. Follow Yara on Instagram. Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website
Join Rachael and her husband Marley as they get real and personal and talk about what they miss most about life before kids and the biggest ways they think things have changed since becoming parents. In this episode we discuss: planning for the birth of a baby together how relationships change after the first baby, versus second or third the hardest part about being a new dad their thoughts on date nights and vacations without their kids how sleeping arrangements do or do not affect relationships advice for expecting dads or partners Marley is a clinical social worker from San Francisco, CA and a dad of three! Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website For more on Rachael's approach to infant sleep check out heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram. Please follow & subscribe to No One Told Us and if you enjoyed this episode- leave us a review!
Join Rachael and Bekah Martinez to talk about all things pregnancy, birth, social media pressure, and parenting as Bekah prepares to welcome her third child. In this episode we discuss: previous birth experiences and plans for her next birth breastfeeding, cosleeping, & being touched out newborn sleep struggles her sleep training experience and new thoughts on the subject what she plans to do differently for her third baby how social media comparisons and misinformation can be triggering comparison in parenthood    Bekah is a former Bachelor contestant turned mom-of-almost-3, influencer and podcaster. Amongst many things, she's passionate about physiological birth, reconnecting with the earth through homemaking, and authentic parenting. You can find her on Instagram and hear a lot more chatter on patreon.com/bekahandgray. Follow Bekah on Instagram, Youtube & Tiktok. Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website Please follow & subscribe to No One Told Us and if you enjoyed this episode- leave us a 5-Star rating and review! We love you for that! This podcast does not contain medical advice and is for entertainment purposes only.  
You've heard of Postpartum Depression but what about other perinatal mood disorders? Is it "normal" for moms to be anxious forever now that they've had a baby? What about intrusive thoughts? How long do these feelings last and what can we do about them? Join Rachael and Therapist Kate Borsato to talk about perinatal mood disorders and finding moments of joy in early motherhood. In this episode we discuss: what's normal worrying/ anxiety vs. what's NOT normal how to know when you should seek help what are intrusive thoughts? how to manage stress  finding small "glimmers"  self care, self compassion and finding yourself again Kate is a mom of two daughters and lives on Vancouver Island with her kids and husband. She works as mental health therapist, she created and leads a nation-wide therapy practice (Perinatal Collective) with a team of over 20 perinatal specialists, and also creates self-help resources for things like anxiety, overwhelm, and finding more joy in motherhood.   Follow Kate on  Instagram Virtual Therapy Collective (for Canadians) Kate's Website   Recommended Online Courses   To get connected with help right away, visit Postpartum Support International Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website Please follow & subscribe to No One Told Us and if you enjoyed this episode- leave us a review! Every week we choose random winners from our review section to win prizes! This podcast does not contain medical advice and is for entertainment purposes only.
Join Rachael & Jess as we talk all about adding on to your family. We discuss siblings and different dynamics and challenges that can come up when welcoming a new baby. In this episode, Rachael and Jess discuss: Adding a second and third baby to the family and our personal experiences with this Getting through Postpartum with other children Preparing your older child for the birth of a sibling How to connect with your older child when a new baby is born New feelings/ dynamics that may come up and how to handle them How to deal with things like aggression from your older child Sleep issues that may come up after welcoming new baby & more! Jess VanderWier is a Registered Psychotherapist who helps families understand and respond to their children with gentleness and respect. Jess has a Master's Degree in Counselling Psychology and has logged thousands of clinical hours supporting parents and their children. As the founder of Nurtured First, Jess uses her expertise to support parents in her online parent community through her online courses and free resources.  Follow Jess on Instagram Nurtured First Website Recommended Course: Parenting Little Kids Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website Please follow & subscribe to No One Told Us and if you enjoyed this episode- leave us a review! Every week we choose random winners from our review section to win prizes!  
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Ever feel like you entered parenthood completely overwhelmed and underprepared? Yeah. Me too. Hey, friend!  Meet Rachael Shepard-Ohta, your host for the podcast No One Told Us, where we tell the truth about parenting and let you in on allllll the stuff you really should've known before having kids. Rachael is the founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby but this podcast is SO much more than sleep. We'll be diving into ALL the topics you care about, to help you feel more prepared and less alone while raising your adorable little humans. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Youtube (to watch episodes on video) Website (transcripts available)   Chat with you soon! x Rach
Have you ever googled "baby won't sleep" at 2am? Same. Baby sleep information can be a total minefield and most parents are left confused, unsure of who to trust (hint: you can trust yourself!) and TIRED. Join Rachael for the FIRST episode of NOTU and hear all about the reason she founded Hey, Sleepy Baby after a traumatic journey with baby sleep as a first time mom. Rachael discusses: her first baby's sleep "problems" and what she tried  dealing with reflux, CMPA and tongue tie how baby sleep drove her a little insane and made her eventually try out sleep training (from that popular trainer) and what happened how she started cosleeping with baby number 2 what she's doing differently as a mom to her 2nd and 3rd babies what "normal" baby sleep really looks like what "counts" as "sleeping through the night" Stay tuned till the end for a little pep talk if you're in the thick of it. It gets better! Research mentioned: PMID: 32087408 PMID: 28576897 https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2007-3783 Rachael is a mom of 3, founder of Hey, Sleepy Baby, and the host of this podcast. Join me & our guests each week for new episodes on ALL things parenting and follow along: Instagram (Show page) Tiktok (Rachael's tiktok account) Show Website For more on biologically normal infant sleep and a holistic approach to getting more sleep, visit heysleepybaby.com and follow on instagram. Please follow & subscribe to No One Told Us and if you enjoyed this episode- leave us a review! Every week we choose random winners from our review section to win prizes! This podcast does not contain medical advice and is for entertainment purposes only.
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Heather Colbath

SO excited for this podcast!! Can’t wait to listen along!

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