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If you’re looking for information about baby development, or looking for ideas about how to play with your baby to support development, Learn With Less (formerly Strength In Words) is where we discuss all things early parenthood and early childhood. We help families (expecting parents, new parents, and seasoned parents) navigate those early years in an inclusive, educational, and supportive space. Join Ayelet Marinovich, M.A., CCC-SLP, author, singer, mother of two and pediatric speech-langu ...
 
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Early Parenthood Is Isolating When I initially started my business, I was a pediatric speech-language pathologist with a brand new baby living as an expat in a foreign land. I came up with a plan to woo other new parents and caregivers towant to hang out with me. Because, although I certainly experienced my share of the deep vulnerability, incr ...…
 
How do I retrain my brain to stop yelling at my kids? In this episode, we speak with Amanda Rueter, a mental health counselor, mother of two young boys, and founder of Messy Motherhood. Through her work, Amanda helps bust the myth of the “super mom,” and helps parents embrace their imperfections. We cover: Amanda’s background, and how she came ...…
 
How Do Babies and Toddlers Learn? It’s so easy to get bombarded with the “stuff” of early parenthood. Especially when hormones are “out of whack,” and the idea of getting more than a few hours of uninterrupted sleep seems years away. The sense that we’re “winging it” is often all encompassing. We feel like we’re constantly playing catch up – wh ...…
 
Responsive caregiving starts with learning to follow your baby’s lead. In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet chats with Manuela and Gwen, two mothers living in London, who became parents at the same time as (and along with) Ayelet, and who became much of the inspiration for the Learn With Less Curriculum. We cover the ways in w ...…
 
What baby toys do I actually need? The baby industry would have you believe that toys with all the bells and whistles will do wonders for your young child’s development, yet experts in early learning disagree. This leaves parents and caregivers feeling lost and confused. You want to encourage your tiny human’s development, but you don’t know wh ...…
 
Why (and how!) to have a creative outlet as a new parent In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet chats with Beryl Young, a mother, former elementary school teacher, and creator of the Momtography Method® and Recapture Self. Beryl fell in love with photography in 2009 as a way to document the exciting time of becoming a mom. Now, ...…
 
How to build a sustainable lifestyle that includes self-care as a new parent In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet chats with Sophia Salazar, a self care advocate, life coach, mother, and co-founder of BirthBabyBody. Sophia believes that pregnancy, birth, and motherhood is a unique opportunity to harness and share your creative ...…
 
Things Every Father Should Know or Think About In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet chats with Anton Marinovich, her very own partner in parenting. We cover: Anton’s own challenges as a new dad The journey into his self-identity as a father His own perspective on the first few years of fatherhood (and his concept of “the tunne ...…
 
What kind of early parenting support system do you have in place? In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet chats about the origins of Learn With Less, the need for support in early parenthood, the art of community building for new parents, and the joys of connecting with other parents and caregivers. Learn With Less was started to ...…
 
One mother’s account of activities for baby and toddler together In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet chats with Rachel Kammeyer, a speech-language pathologist and mother of two children under two. Rachel has an 8-week old baby and a nearly 2-year old toddler. She joins us nearly a year after we brought her on the podcast back ...…
 
How can parents learn to understand a toddler? Learn how this father came to understand toddler development and connect with his child with simple toddler activities. The post How to Understand and Support Your Toddler appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Dr. Laura Markham, a trained Clinical Psychologist, author, founding editor of AhaParenting, and a mom. We speak about: how she came to do the work she's doing today, how babies, toddlers, and young children learn about emotions, how expressing emotions in words helps young c ...…
 
How do I support my infant or toddler's communication skills? How do I ensure my young child is on track with early communication milestones? The post How To Support Early Communication appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
When we (as parents and caregivers) feel confident that we have access to resources that actually make a difference, we feel empowered to do the job of raising tiny humans. The post What To Do With Baby appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
How to stimulate baby brain development by age, without breaking the bank: two parents weigh in on how they learned to understand and play with their baby. The post How To Find Baby Development Activities By Age appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
How to find the "right" stuff to support your baby (hint: you already have everything you need - you just need to know how to use it) The post Developmentally Appropriate Toys For Infants appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
What exactly is a postpartum doula? On this episode, we spoke with Kate Turza, a postpartum doula, about what it is and how families can maximize the ways they can conserve energy, take care of themselves and their babies, and try to enjoy those early days and weeks after the arrival of a new baby. The post What Is A Postpartum Doula? appeared ...…
 
What can parents do to prepare for a smooth transition back to work? Lisa Abramson gives tips on what parents can do to make the transition back to work a smoother process. The post Going Back To Work After Baby appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
What if you already had everything you needed, right there in our home? What if the "best" toys for your baby were hidden, in plain view, right there in your home (or attached to you)? What if you were given the recipe: exactly what you needed, instructions for what you might do, the developmental impact of the activity, and sample "scripts" to ...…
 
How do we raise emotionally intelligent children? On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Kelli McCarty, a marriage and family therapist and founder of Toys With Intent, to discuss the ways in which we can raise emotionally intelligent children, how play factors into emotional intelligence in our young children, an ...…
 
What is a postpartum mood disorder? On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Dr. Katayune Kaeni to address the topics of postpartum depression, anxiety and OCD. Dr. Kat is a psychologist and specialist in maternal mental health and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She works with moms and families to heal from t ...…
 
How does development influence sleep habits and changes? Ask any new parent about their top struggles and most likely, sleep is in the top five! This week, Ayelet sat down with sleep consultant Dr. Sarah Mitchell, who offers education an inclusive approach to an often divisive topic The post Developmental Leaps and Sleep appeared first on Learn ...…
 
What is it like to grow up with multiple languages? Raising bilingual children has become a hot topic over the last few decades. We are starting to understand more about the brain benefits of being bilingual or multilingual, but what does it actually look like to raise a multilingual family? The post Raising A Multilingual Family appeared first ...…
 
Positive parenting, positive discipline, and parenting infants and toddlers. We know there is no "correct" way to parent, but how do various parenting styles impact our child's brain development? The post Positive Discipline and Brain Development appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
Open-ended art activities for infants and toddlers. Creative development ideas for families: pairing child-directed art activities with book appreciation never felt so easy. On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Julia Linsteadt, one half of the brains behind KidArtLit, whose goal is to make it easy for families t ...…
 
On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Renee Peña Lopez, a special education and early childhood educator, to discuss how executive functioning is related to foundational learning and play in early childhood? We got the scoop about how to make play more purposeful to support this important part of brain developmen ...…
 
How to survive and thrive in the first year of motherhood: one mother's celebration story. On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Rachel Kammeyer, a speech-language pathologist, long-time listener of the Learn With Less podcast, active member of the Community LAB, and mother to William, who has just celebrated his ...…
 
How do babies learn and develop? On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Brooke Henson, a long-time listener of the Learn With Less podcast, and mother to Everly who’s now 13-months old at the time of this recording. Brooke describes how the resources she found in Learn With Less' podcast, book, album and community ...…
 
It's not uncommon to have relationship problems after having a baby... having babies can put a strain on any relationship! On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down with Julia Wenegrat, a licensed marriage and family therapist. We spoke about Julia's journey into her work with families, the ways in which her experience as ...…
 
Ayelet sits down with Wendi McKenna, a pediatric physical therapist, family coach, and founder of the website Move, Play, Grow. Ayelet and Wendi's discussion centers around the fact that young children learn through movement. Even though our culture often places a strong focus on cognitive and social/emotional development, these areas are most ...…
 
We all know the importance of self-care for mothers, but what are some realistic solutions? On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet speaks with Shannon Shearn, a health and wellness coach and personal trainer. The post Family Wellness and Self-Care for New Moms appeared first on Learn With Less.…
 
Looking for resources about autism spectrum disorders in the early years? In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet speaks with pediatric physical therapist, Leslie Hayden about her experience as both a professional working with children on the autism spectrum, as well as a parent of a child with an autism spectrum disorder. Ayelet ...…
 
On this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet speaks with author Tracy Cutchlow about one of the most difficult and important areas of raising young children: when our little ones are driving us crazy, how do we keep it together ourselves to raise a "good" human beings and support their development? Ayelet and Tracy discuss the basic p ...…
 
Every child has different sensory needs - but what happens when those needs aren't being met? In this episode of the Learn With Less podcast, Ayelet sits down again with speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark - this time to talk about a more personal topic: her home life, and her experience raising a toddler with sensory processing disorder. ...…
 
In this, the 50th episode of the SIW podcast and also the celebration of Learn With Less' two year anniversary, host Ayelet Marinovich reflects about what she's created, what community means, and how we can create more of a sense of togetherness! Plus, a special announcement about a BIG giveaway! Don't miss this episode! The post Community Conn ...…
 
How DO you provide early literacy experiences for infants and toddlers? In this episode, Ayelet sits down with Kayla O'Neill of Parenting Expert To Mom. Kayla and Ayelet discuss the term "early literacy," what kinds of experiences fall under that term (and how they foster and support early development), skills involved in the development of ear ...…
 
In this episode, Ayelet sits down with Montessori Parenting Mentor and Home Consultant Jeanne-Marie Paynel. Jeanne-Marie is founder and CEO of Voila Montessori. She guides expectant parents and caregivers of young children on how to prepare their homes for their young children to thrive during the first years of life. Jeanne-Marie and Ayelet di ...…
 
What does it mean to "play with purpose" with infants and toddlers? Pediatric speech-language pathologist Emily Cohen shares her best tips with us. The post Playing With Purpose – Tips to Play With Your Infant or Toddler appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
Ayelet shares some of her favorite ways to connect and play with infants and toddlers. The post How to Support Infant and Toddler Development appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
What do our senses have to do with early development and learning? What's the difference between a toddler tantrum and a sensory meltdown? The post Tips To Meet Your Infant or Toddler’s Sensory Needs appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
Why is music important for young children? How does music support early development? Learn how music benefits early childhood experiences. The post Tips For Using Music To Support Early Development appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
How becoming a mother influenced this professional's approach to working with new parents. We discuss introduction to solids, play, and early learning! The post Support Your Infant Or Toddler’s Development Without Going Crazy appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
Using routines in play is one of the easiest and most developmentally enriching ways to engage in play with an infant or toddler. The post 3 Ways to Use Routines In Play With Your Infant or Toddler appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
This week, we speak with Carrie Clark, a pediatric speech-language pathologist and the creator of speechandlanguagekids.com. Carrie offers 5 simple strategies families can implement into their everyday lives to get young children communicating. These include: use of Sign Language, shorter utterances, parallel and self-talk, and expansions. Carr ...…
 
Ayelet: So, today I would like to introduce a very special guest to you. Her name is Rachel Coley, she’s a pediatric occupational therapist, and creator of CanDo Kiddo, a really wonderful online resource for parents, caregivers of, and professionals working with infants and toddlers. She’s also the author of several books, including my personal ...…
 
Well, it has been quite a week here at the Learn With Less headquarters, as my family and I welcomed a new baby into our home. This is my second baby, but my first time becoming a mother to a new baby while living close to two sets of grandparents. I feel incredibly thankful to have the benefit of lots of extra help and very happy distraction f ...…
 
A cursory search for family holiday songs turns up very few reasonable results. Find a great selection for holiday songs for the family, regardless of creed! The post Holiday Songs For The Family appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
Find out how and why Suzanne Flint is helping to make libraries into family-centered spaces that support early development and new parents with babies. The post Libraries Are For Babies appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
How to talk to your newborn baby and beyond: tips for talking to your infant and toddler to support communication development, beyond baby talk. The post Tips For Talking To Your Baby appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
How do we support our babies? What are the best learning activities for infants? How do I play with my baby? How can I maximize my time with my baby? The post Developmental Information and Activities for Infants appeared first on Learn With Less.By Learn With Less - Ayelet Marinovich.
 
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