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The Precious Little Sleep Parenting Podcast!
The Precious Little Sleep Parenting Podcast combines key parenting and sleep insights with actionable advice in a pithy but conversational way. Co-hosted by a group of smart, diverse parents from around the globe our goal is present a range of perspectives while still remaining grounded in evidence-based advice.
The PLS Parenting Podcast is published twice-monthly and most episodes are approximately 30 minutes in duration. We’ll be covering a range of topics including:
- How to help your baby or toddler sleep better
- Implementing strategies to foster independent sleep
- Staying sane while parenting a young child
- Breaking free of crap naps
- Feeding issues (nursing, bottles, solids, picky eaters)
- Co-sleeping success and failure
- Sleep schedules for every age
We’ll also be interviewing noted parenting experts and authors, as well as answering listener questions (feel free to submit your own at email@example.com).
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