I often speak about helping mothers, parents, and caregivers find the way back to their intuition. I also often receive messages from parents whom have tried separation-based sleep training, and feel like they have failed because it didn’t work in any, or all of the ways it was promised and sold. Throughout these messages, some common themes have floated to the top.
Learn how to sleep — Magnetic North - equipping alpine seekers
Over the last few years my interest in sleep and endurance has risen steadily. I have used this method of circadian rhythm reset to help a client who had not menstruated in five years get her period back, to help a retired executive turned solo endurance athlete boost his HRV and recovery skill, and
Informed Choices on Bedsharing
We need to conceptualize how we can support mothers taking a more responsive approach to their babies, and that includes more education on the benefits of bedsharing and how it can be done safely.
Smart Bedsharing Gives Breastfeeding Mothers More Sleep
Bedsharing works so well because breastfeeding mothers and babies are hardwired to be together during vulnerable sleep periods.
My nine-month old can’t sit up, but I’m not worried.
No babies need ‘help’ to reach their milestones in life. No sitting them up with pillows, no holding their hands to help them walk. The only way we need to support them is with patience and LOTS of unrestriced movement. Your child will reach ALL the milestones-rolling sitting, standing, walking- on their own. Their will to learn and desire to be independent is STRONG.
Responsive Parenting Educator on Instagram: “I snapped at Liv the other day. It was 5pm and I was trying to get dinner on the table. She was tired and clingy and kept crying for me to…”
1,405 Likes, 92 Comments - Responsive Parenting Educator (@kaitlin.klimmer) on Instagram: “I snapped at Liv the other day. It was 5pm and I was trying to get dinner on the table. She was…”
860 Likes, 118 Comments - Responsive Parenting Educator (@kaitlin.klimmer) on Instagram: “I have been in the trenches with a 9 month old who wouldn't nap and woke every hour - AT LEAST - to…”