Raising Great Kids Podcast

Raising Great Kids Podcast

You want to raise great kids. We want to help. (Parenting advice for every stage: birth—high school) This podcast was designed to be a resource for all things parenting. We plan to bring you great content and the advice of leading experts on topics like technology, faith, sexuality, pandemic parenting and toddler temper tantrums as we work toward helping our kids grow in their faith.

All Episodes

An interview with David Thomas, co-author of the book, Are My Kids on Track?The 12 Emotional, Social, and Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs to Reach. In this interview, we talk about the emotional milestone of RESOURCEFULNESS—and how skills in this area will help children navigate life’s obstacles.   RESOURCES: 1. Are My Kids on Track?: The 12 Emotional, Social, and Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs to Reach Purchase Book Here   2. Parent Summit: DIGITAL CONTENT for parents in every stage. Watch this free content anywhere and anytime from June 6 to August 31. This year’s Parent Summit features new content from David Thomas and Sissy Goff based on their book Are My Kids on Track. Topics Include Emotional development milestones for kids Building blocks to emotional development Stumbling blocks to emotional development Social development milestones for kids Building blocks to social development Stumbling blocks to social development Spiritual development milestones through stages Register for Parent Summit This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jul 22

6 min 28 sec

An interview with David Thomas, co-author of the book, Are My Kids on Track?The 12 Emotional, Social, and Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs to Reach. In this interview, we talk about the emotional milestone of RESOURCEFULNESS—and how skills in this area will help children navigate life’s obstacles.   RESOURCES: 1. Are My Kids on Track?: The 12 Emotional, Social, and Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs to Reach Purchase Book Here   2. Parent Summit: DIGITAL CONTENT for parents in every stage. Watch this free content anywhere and anytime from June 6 to August 31. This year’s Parent Summit features new content from David Thomas and Sissy Goff based on their book Are My Kids on Track. Topics Include Emotional development milestones for kids Building blocks to emotional development Stumbling blocks to emotional development Social development milestones for kids Building blocks to social development Stumbling blocks to social development Spiritual development milestones through stages Register for Parent Summit This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jul 22

12 min 16 sec

This is Part 2 of an interview with Beth of @DayswithGrey, one of my favorite preschool Instagram accounts. Let’s talk about preschoolers and screen time as well as what toys and what activities are best for every stage of preschool development.   Links: Blog: https://dayswithgrey.com/ Shop: https://shop.dayswithgrey.com/ Social: @dayswithgrey This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jun 7

20 min 34 sec

Join us for an interview with Beth of @DayswithGrey, one of my favorite preschool Instagram accounts.  Beth is a teacher with strong educational background and a mother putting into practice what she teaches in real-time. Today let's talk about how play helps your preschooler learn and grow.   Links: Blog: https://dayswithgrey.com/ Shop: https://shop.dayswithgrey.com/ Social: @dayswithgrey   This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jun 1

22 min 40 sec

In this episode, we interview board-certified therapist Chinwe Williams about the importance of open communication with your older kids. We talk about the power of being heard, how to get your child to open up, creating safe and consistent places to talk, and what to do when you’re concerned about your kids.   End the Night Right Tool for Families We have created a tool that will help open the lines of communication with your child. End the Night Right is designed to help create a bedtime habit where kids talk with their parents about their day and parents can point them to wisdom from God that can help. Here’s our latest! https://www.raisinggreatkids.org/articles/preschool-night-right https://www.raisinggreatkids.org/articles/elementary-night-right This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

May 10

35 min 9 sec

Middle school is filled with transitions that students are trying to navigate. As a parent, it can be so confusing to know when to speak up, when to keep quiet, and when to lend a helping hand. In this episode Kendra sits down with Britt Kitchen, the Director of Students at North Point Ministries, to talk about the phases of middle-school growth and what each student needs from a parent during these hectic middle school years! This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Apr 19

28 min 24 sec

In this interview, we talk with Louie Lovoy, one of our favorite staff dads. Louie has been part of our staff for 10 years. He led in our student ministry for years and currently serves our network of partner churches. Today, we are talking about practical things we can do as parents to help our children understand faith and take age-appropriate steps to grow.  Louie shares many great things that he does with his two boys. They are 100 percent doable for you and your kids today! In this episode, Louie shares several tools he uses with his kids. Here are the links! Jesus Storybook Bible  Action Bible Indescribable: 100 Devotions for Kids About God and Science  Bible App - XP3 Curriculum  Download North Point Community Church Apps End the Night Right Tool for Families This tool will help you open the lines of communication with your child. Using End the Night Right will help create a bedtime habit of kids talking with their parents about their day, so parents can point them to wisdom from God that can help.  We have one for you! Purchase the preschool version of End the Night Right [BUY NOW] Purchase the elementary school version of End the Night Right [BUY NOW] If you attend one of our area churches make sure to check out your campus webpage to see how you can get your End the Night Right tool:  Browns Bridge Church Buckhead Church Decatur City Church East Cobb Church Gwinnett Church North Point Community Church Woodstock City Church   This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Apr 6

34 min 8 sec

In this episode, we interview Erin Nichols, a Licensed Professional Counselor & Play Therapist, and talk about family habits that support a strong bond and meaningful communication with your child. There is such value in starting when kids are young to talk often and listen well. When the issues grow more complex, you will be glad you did!   End the Night Right Tool for Families We have created a tool that will help open the lines of communication with your child. End the Night Right is designed to help create a bedtime habit where kids talk with their parents about their day and parents can point them to wisdom from God that can help. Here’s our latest! https://www.raisinggreatkids.org/articles/preschool-night-right https://www.raisinggreatkids.org/articles/elementary-night-right This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mar 29

22 min 25 sec

In this podcast episode, we ask Andy Stanley, senior pastor of North Point Community Church, a wide range of parenting questions. As the dad of three grown kids, he has wisdom and insight on what worked for their family and a few lessons they learned along the way. We’ll talk about communication strategies, discipline, and the power of intentional time with your kids. This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Feb 28

50 min 46 sec

We can’t wait to see you! In the coming weeks, we are going to continue opening our buildings and experimenting with new ways to bring UpStreet Kids back into the building. This episode is for parents who attend our area churches. We will discuss what you can expect as you return to the building and the steps we are taking to create a fun and safe place for your kids to connect and learn. We are ready to answer your questions, so let us know how we can help! This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 28

17 min 10 sec

Due to COVID-19, your brand-new kindergartner might be experiencing UpStreet in the building for the very first time. In this episode, we are going to give you everything you need to know to have a great experience. We’ll talk about a typical Sunday morning, new experiences available to elementary-aged kids, what they’ll be learning, and what you can expect from us.  We can’t wait to see you on the halls of UpStreet! This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 12

17 min

We have missed you and your preschoolers! In the coming weeks (and months), we are going to begin opening our buildings and we can’t wait to see you. This episode is specifically helpful for parents who attend our area churches. We will discuss what you can expect as we return to the building and the steps we are taking to keep Waumba Land kids safe and healthy. We are ready to answer your questions, so let us know how we can help! This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 12

28 min 3 sec

In this episode, we are going to dive in deep and discuss screen time, cyber bullying, and Snapchat and what to do to help your child and student navigate this digital world. This interview with Titania Jordan and Matt McKee of Bark Technologies is full of practical parenting advice like, “How do you know when your child is ready for a cell phone?”, “How do I know what social media apps are ok and when?”, “What do I need to be talking to my child about when it comes to technology to keep them safe and healthy?”. We will talk about important practices and safeguards you’ll want to have in place as well as a link to a technology contract for you and your student.   You will definitely want to order their new book, Parenting in a Tech World, A Handbook for Raising Kids in the Digital Age. https://www.parenting.tech/   During this recording, Titania and Matt referenced several resources. Here are the links! Parenting in a Tech World Facebook Group (with 90K members): https://www.facebook.com/groups/parentinggeeks Childhood 2.0 Documentary and Trailer: https://www.childhood2movie.com/ Tech Contract: https://www.bark.us/blog/tech-accountability-create-technology-contract-family/ This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 6

51 min 49 sec

An interview with Titania Jordan and Matt McKee of Bark Technologies discussing how to create a safe and healthy environment for your kids as they navigate the digital world.  In this interview, we discuss how much is too much, what your kids need to know as they navigate online, and how to lead healthy and positive communication with your kids when it comes to technology.   We will also discuss very specific practices and habits that will help you create a safer place for your kids online.   You will definitely want to order their new book, Parenting in a Tech World, A Handbook for Raising Kids in the Digital Age.  https://www.parenting.tech/   During this recording, Titania and Matt referenced several resources. Here are the links! Parenting in a Tech World Facebook Group (with 90K members): https://www.facebook.com/groups/parentinggeeks Childhood 2.0 Documentary and Trailer: https://www.childhood2movie.com/ Tech Contract: https://www.bark.us/blog/tech-accountability-create-technology-contract-family/ This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 6

40 min 10 sec

It’s Christmas! In Episode 33, Kendra Fleming shares 10 ideas to help you create fun and meaningful experiences for your preschooler this holiday season. You will have all or most supplies at home or easily accessible. Don’t try them all! Just pick one that’s your favorite and have fun.  Here are just a few of them:       Keep a basket of Christmas books by your tree.       Make a paper chain Christmas countdown.       Bake a birthday cake for Jesus.       Have a dance party with your favorite Christmas songs.   Spotify Christmas playlist 10 Ideas for Christmas Fun blog post Amazon shopping list Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dec 2020

12 min 16 sec

In this episode, Kendra Fleming shares five simple ideas that will help you teach your preschooler how to look for good things and learn to be thankful for what they find. We’ll talk about simple prayers and habits that will instill in them the practice of expressing gratitude that they will carry with them as they grow. You can start today by asking these simple questions: What is something good that happened today? How did someone help you today? What is something you are thankful for? Why? What is something you want to thank God for today? This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2020

17 min 47 sec

Are you parenting a yellow? Yellow temperament kids are known for being fun, talkative, and great with people. But have you ever tried to communicate with them? They can also be easily distracted, talk over you, or just not listen.  In the second episode of our Color Temperament series, we will talk with expert Kathleen Edelman and discover the most crucial need of your yellow child. It will help you have better communication and connection as you parent your family’s “social butterfly!” Follow Kathleen Edelman @isaidyouheard.   Additional Resources: Temperament Digital Assessment https://isaidyouheard.study/assessment   I Said This, You Heard That - Workbook https://amzn.to/2RQVTWi   This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2020

32 min 16 sec

Every parent wants to be a great parent, but you can’t parent every child the same way. Kathleen Edelman has devoted more than three decades to researching, developing assessments, and teaching people to better understand their wiring. In this 5-part series, she will help you better identify the temperament of your child and will give you helpful advice as you parent them in their uniqueness. Follow Kathleen Edelman @isaidyouheard.   Additional Resources: Temperament Digital Assessment https://isaidyouheard.study/assessment   I Said This, You Heard That - Workbook https://amzn.to/2RQVTWi   This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2020

16 min 22 sec

Are you parenting a green? Green temperament kids are super chill, easy to get along with, and are generally happy and well-behaved. Sounds like a dream, right? But those greens don’t like to be rushed and tend to have a bit of a stubborn side. In the final episode of our Color Temperament series, we will talk with expert Kathleen Edelman and discover the most crucial need of your green child. It will help you have better communication and connection as you parent your family’s “peacemaker.” Follow Kathleen Edelman @isaidyouheard.   Additional Resources: Temperament Digital Assessment https://isaidyouheard.study/assessment   I Said This, You Heard That - Workbook https://amzn.to/2RQVTWi   This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2020

28 min 13 sec

Are you parenting a blue? Blue temperament kids are known to be good friends, detailed, creative, and careful. But they also love their routines and schedules. Have you ever tried to spontaneously leave the house only to be met with resistance and questions? “Where are we going?” “How long will it take?” “What shoes do I need?” In the fourth episode of our Color Temperament series, we will talk with expert Kathleen Edelman and discover the most crucial need of your blue child. It will help you have better communication and connection as you parent your “cautious analyzer.” Follow Kathleen Edelman @isaidyouheard.   Additional Resources: Temperament Digital Assessment https://isaidyouheard.study/assessment   I Said This, You Heard That - Workbook https://amzn.to/2RQVTWi   This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch     Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2020

27 min 48 sec

Are you parenting a red? Red temperament kids are known for being independent, adventurous, responsible, and determined. They can also be a little bossy! In the third episode of our Color Temperament series, we will talk with expert Kathleen Edelman and discover the most crucial need of your red child. It will help you have better communication and connection as you parent your family’s “CEO.”   Follow Kathleen Edelman @isaidyouheard.   Additional Resources: Temperament Digital Assessment https://isaidyouheard.study/assessment   I Said This, You Heard That - Workbook https://amzn.to/2RQVTWi   This podcast is hosted by our Atlanta-area churches. If you would like to see more parenting content or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.   Browns Bridge Community Church Cumming, GA https://brownsbridge.org/ @brownsbridge   Buckhead Church Atlanta, GA https://buckheadchurch.org/ @buckheadchurch   Decatur City Church Decatur, GA https://decaturcity.org/ @decaturcity   East Cobb Church Marietta, GA https://eastcobbchurch.org/ @eastcobbchurch   Gwinnett Church Gwinnett County, GA https://gwinnettchurch.org/ @gwinnettchurch   North Point Community Church Alpharetta, GA https://northpoint.org/ @northpointcommunitychurch   Woodstock City Church Woodstock, GA https://woodstockcity.org/ @woodstockcitychurch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2020

34 min 11 sec

Can you imagine how the world would change if we raised up a generation of kids who were able to see the needs of others and felt compelled to do something to help? In this interview, we talk with Bryan Apinis, the father of four, the Director of Intersect and the Be Rich campaign that champions the cause of generosity and compassion for all our area churches. He has spent years working with his team to provide opportunities for our families and kids to give, serve, and love others. And what an impact this initiative has had on our world! We’ll talk about practical ways you can begin teaching your kids to see the needs of those around them and simple things you can do to help them get involved and serve. We all know that serving others not only helps the person who has a need, but it also does something very important in us! Let’s raise up kids who give, serve, and love others! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sep 2020

35 min 53 sec

The early years are the training ground for teaching kids to be responsible—to make wise choices, to take care of their stuff, and to take care of their friends. While they are young, the stakes are low. But we all know that as they grow, their ability to be responsible for their things, for their money, and for their loved ones—becomes much more important. In this interview, we will talk with Josh Horwege, the father of three and the founder/owner of several Dojos in our community. He is passionate about investing in the lives of kids and students and helping them develop the life skills they need to succeed. We’ll discuss some practical tactics he has applied to help his own kids learn responsibility, as well as tested strategies and building blocks he has used with hundreds of kids in our community to help them learn and grow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sep 2020

19 min

Hey Parents! When your child has a healthy relationship with you, it gives them a secure foundation to try new things and gain confidence as they grow more independent. It’s no surprise that your bond with them is important to their overall well-being! There is a very interesting tool called the 4 S’s of a Healthy Relationship that we think will be helpful for you as build a strong bond with your child.  In this episode of our podcast, we will hear from Board Certified Therapist, Chinwe Williams as she talks to us about the things we can do consistently to foster a healthy relationship with our child. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2020

38 min 41 sec

Never before has school caused more anxiety and questions for parents than this year. Join us as we interview Rebecca Williams, principal of Webb Bridge Middle School, the #1 ranking middle school in Georgia. With 23 years of experience, Rebecca will share how we can help our kids start strong and stay strong this school year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2020

30 min 48 sec

Loneliness is one of the biggest issues facing our society and it has the power to exacerbate feelings of depression and isolation in our kids and teenagers. In our crazy current world, it’s something we need to be watching for with our kids. Our kids are also logging record amounts of screen time, which can be even more isolating. But it’s not all bad news. There are many things you can do to support your child and help encourage connection. In Episode 22, we will talk with board certified therapist, Chinwe Williams about how to navigate screen time with your child, and tangible things you can do encourages healthy interactions for your child at home and with their peers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jul 2020

19 min 53 sec

Parenting is rewarding. It’s often fun—but it isn’t easy. Feeling tired, overwhelmed, and stressed can easily become part of your everyday, but it doesn’t have to.  In this episode, best selling author, Rebekah Lyons, shares practical information on how to get better sleep, the impact of technology on our stress levels, and the importance of play. This interview and her book, Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress and Anxiety for a Life of Peace and Purpose are full of habits and rhythms that you can incorporate into your everyday life. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jul 2020

34 min 50 sec

Being a parent is a tough but important job. Whether you’re a single parent, married, or co-parenting, it’s crucial that you aren’t the only influence for your child as they are learning and growing. In Episode 20, Kendra Fleming and Karen Stubbs talk about the importance of not parenting alone. Karen shares her story as it pertains to this topic as well as some of the best ways she’s found to involve others in parenting her children. In 2011, Karen founded Birds on a Wire, a ministry for moms. It has reached hundreds of moms all over the world and aims to help them parent with confidence. Karen has four children and is also a wonderful grandmother. Her heart is to encourage, equip, and cheer on women in their journeys of motherhood. Connect with Birds on a Wire Website // Instagram // Facebook // Resources Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 2020

27 min 6 sec

Christmas is coming! It’s the time of year when you’re shopping for the perfect gifts, baking treats, prepping for parties, and trying to create the most magical memories with your family. In the midst of it all, you also want your preschooler to be learning about the true meaning of Christmas. You want them to know that we are celebrating the birthday of Jesus! In Episode 19, Kendra Fleming shares some great ideas to help you create super fun and meaningful experiences for your preschooler this holiday season. Here are just a few of them:       Keep a basket of Christmas books by your tree.       Make a paper chain Christmas countdown.       Bake a birthday cake for Jesus.       Have a dance party with your favorite Christmas songs. Spotify Christmas playlist 10 Ideas for Christmas Fun blog post Amazon shopping list Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2019

19 min 13 sec

Divorce or separation is never easy on families, especially when children are involved. And changes that involve transitioning between two homes can be especially difficult. Preschoolers are wired to crave consistency and routine, so it’s normal for them to face challenges as they navigate a new normal. We know parents want to get this right, but it’s hard to know where to start! In Episode 18, Kendra Fleming and Erin Nicolas discuss what it looks like to help your preschooler ease through the transition between two homes. They talk about seven great things you can do to help your preschooler find consistency in the midst of big changes in your family. Erin is a registered Play Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor. Her areas of specialty include working with children struggling with anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, divorce, grief, behavioral issues, and/or self-esteem. She provides much knowledge and advice! After listening, we think you will walk away with some incredibly helpful information to help you parent your preschooler. Additional Resources  Connect with Summit Counseling Website // Facebook // Instagram Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2019

18 min 3 sec

Conflict in marriage is inevitable, but learning how to best communicate with your spouse can help you manage it in a healthy way. The key to effective communication is understanding your temperament as well as your spouse’s. In Episode 17, Kendra Fleming talks with Kathleen Edelman about what temperaments are, the strengths and weaknesses of each, and how you can become a communication expert in your marriage. Kathleen is a Christian life coach and author. She has one goal in life: to help people learn to speak kindly to each other. She has spent 25 years coaching clients in the art of communication and is an expert in temperaments. Connect with Kathleen Website // Instagram // Facebook Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2019

29 min 27 sec

Being a parent is the most important job anyone will ever have, and being a new mom in today’s world can bring lots of challenges and struggles. In Episode 16, Kendra Fleming and Karen Stubbs talk about some of the top struggles of young moms and share practical advice on how to overcome these challenges. Karen Stubbs is the founder of Birds on a Wire, a ministry for moms that was created in 2011. Birds on a Wire has reached hundreds of moms all over the world and aims to help moms parent with confidence. Karen has four children and is also a wonderful grandmother. Her heart is to encourage, equip, and cheer on moms in their journey of motherhood. Connect with Birds on a Wire Website // Instagram // Facebook // Resources Learn more about Community Groups Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2019

32 min 47 sec

The toddler years are hard and, as a parent, it may seem impossible to find time to be intentional with your little one. It’s a crazy time when they are testing boundaries, running all over the place, and learning so much about the world around them. But it’s so important to slow down and create intentional connection times when you can speak truth to your child’s heart.  In Episode 15, Kendra Fleming and Jennifer Walker talk about bedtime being an ideal time to help set foundations in your child’s heart. They aren’t open to it all day, but right between awake and asleep, when stimulation levels are down, is a time when toddlers are the most open to instruction. Jennifer shares specific ideas for how this can happen and encourages parents to implement what works best for their family. Jennifer has over 20 years of experience as a pediatric nurse and has partnered with thousands of families to foster happy and healthy children. She has three boys of her own, including a set of twins! She’s one of the founders of Moms on Call, a resource for parents of infants to 4-year-olds, and she wants to help parents take the guilt away and celebrate the differences their children bring to the world. Connect with Moms on Call Website // Instagram // Facebook // App Toddlers by Design App Apple // Android The Toddler Book Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oct 2019

28 min 28 sec

We are all different, and understanding how your child is wired is so helpful as you parent them! In Episode 14, Kendra Fleming talks to Kathleen Edelman about temperaments and how you can become a communication expert as you parent your child. Kathleen provides great advice that will help you discover your child’s temperament and how best to parent them. Kathleen is a Christian Life Coach and Author. She has one goal in life: to help people learn to speak kindly to each other. She has spent 25 years coaching clients in the art of communication and is an expert in temperaments. Connect with Kathleen Website // Instagram // Facebook Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2019

32 min 3 sec

Having a newborn in your home is difficult! They require constant attention and sometimes it seems like the crying and sleepless nights will never end. It’s easy for parents of newborns to feel pressure to get it right as they try to figure out their new normal—especially with limitless voices that tell them the right and wrong way to parent. In Episode 13, Kendra Fleming talks to Jennifer Walker about how to take the pressure off when you bring a newborn into your home. Jennifer provides great advice that will hopefully make those early days a little bit easier, whether it’s your first baby or your fifth!   Jennifer has over 20 years of experience as a pediatric nurse and has partnered with thousands of families to foster happy and healthy children. She has three boys of her own, including a set of twins! She’s one of the founders of Moms on Call, a resource for parents of infants to 4-year-olds, and she wants to help parents take the guilt away and celebrate the differences their children bring to the world. Connect with Moms on Call Website // Instagram // Facebook// App Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2019

39 min 14 sec

As parents, we don’t want our kids to feel stressed or sad. But, the reality is that they are guaranteed to experience things that cause them anxiety—and it can actually be good for them! We also know that sometimes preschoolers need extra help if they really start to struggle in these areas. What are the things that cause them stress? How can you tell if your child is really struggling? And how can you help?   In Episode 12, Kendra Fleming and Erin Nicolas discuss four great ways you can help your preschooler if you sense that anxiety and stress are problems for them. Erin is a registered Play Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor. Her areas of specialty include working with children struggling with anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, divorce, grief, behavioral issues, and self-esteem. She provides so much knowledge and advice and, after listening, we think you will walk away with some incredibly helpful information to help you parent your preschooler. Additional Resources Connect with Summit Counseling Website // Facebook // Instagram Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jul 2019

33 min 43 sec

Congratulations—you have a rising kindergartner! This season can be overwhelming for many reasons, but we don’t want the transition from Waumba Land to UpStreet to be one of them! We want to help make it as seamless as possible by equipping you with everything you need to know before it’s time to bring your child to their new environment on Sunday morning. In Episode 11, Kendra Fleming and Gina Ragsdale talk about exactly what you can expect in UpStreet, and Gina shares all of the great ways our elementary team desires to partner with you as a parent. She not only unpacks what UpStreet is all about, but provides more details about some fun events for your family, such as KidStuf and Kindergarten Kick Start.  Gina and her husband, Kevin, have three grown children. She has been part of our KidMin staff for about 17 years and is incredibly passionate about elementary school students. (She used to be a kindergarten teacher before she went into full-time ministry!) We can’t wait for you to hear from Gina and learn all about what UpStreet has to offer your family.  Connect with Gina Instagram Connect with UpStreet Instagram// Facebook  Connect with Waumba Land Instagram// Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jul 2019

23 min 43 sec

Did you know that play is one of the best ways preschoolers experience relationships with others? It’s a super important part of their development! But between cooking, cleaning, laundry, work, etc., playing with your kids can be hard to fit into your day. Good news! There are moments that already happen in your everyday life where you can easily prioritize fun and play. In Episode 10, Kendra Fleming and Sara Dickens talk about great ways to have fun with your kids. From a variety of fine motor skill activities to creative ways to turn up the dial on fun things you’re already doing, we hope these ideas will help you create a home your kids think is awesome and make your family feel more connected. Sara has been married to her husband, Jamey, for eight years and is the mom of four amazing kids (4, 3, 1, and 1 month). She worked in full-time ministry for 10 years before becoming a stay-at-home mom. Sara’s one of the most fun parents we know and we think you’ll love hearing from her!   Check out BusyToddler Instagram Connect with Sara Instagram Connect with Waumba Land Instagram// Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 2019

24 min 12 sec

Making your marriage a priority when you are parenting young kiddos is tough! There’s always someone who needs your attention, you’re typically running on lack of sleep, and it’s easy to put your relationship on the backburner. It’s countercultural, but the best parenting you will ever do is to build a home where your marriage comes before your children. In Episode 9, Kendra Fleming and Matt Hayes talk about what it looks like to be intentional about pouring into your marriage. They highlight four practical ways to put some time and energy back into your relationship. Matt has been in ministry for 10 years and is currently the high school director at Woodstock City Church. He’s been married to his amazing wife, Larson, for 8 years and is the dad of four great kiddos (ages 6, 4, 2, and 4 months). We know that a healthy marriage creates a healthy family, and we hope these tips will be helpful as you think about how to put your marriage first!   The 5 Love Languages Read the book// Take the test Connect with Matt Instagram // Twitter Connect with Waumba Land Instagram// Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2018

26 min 49 sec

One of the most amazing things about the world is that every person is created differently with unique strengths, weaknesses, and personalities. So why, when our kids are young, do we tend to have the expectation that there’s only one right way to behave (follow the rules, sit still, etc.)? As parents, we often expect children to all be motivated by the same things rather than leaning into their individual wirings. In Episode 8, Kendra Fleming talks to Jennifer Walker about how to parent your child according to their unique design, providing a special emphasis on Toddlerhood. Jennifer provides great insight and tools to help you be a more effective and less stressed parent by unraveling what motivates your child and encouraging you to parent them through that lens. She talks about five different motivators:   Social Movement Engineer Rule follower Touch Jennifer has over 20 years of experience as a pediatric nurse and has partnered with thousands of families to foster happy and healthy children and homes. She has three boys of her own, including a set of twins! She’s one of the founders of Moms on Call, a resource for parents of infants to 4-year-olds, and she wants to help parents take the guilt away and celebrate the differences that their children bring to the world. Toddlers by Design App Apple // Android Connect with Moms on Call Website // Instagram // Facebook Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2018

26 min 18 sec

Have you ever wished your child was more grateful? It’s never too early to start teaching them about gratitude and, in fact, it’s a great thing in these early years! Andy Stanley once said, “Unexpressed gratitude is ingratitude,” and we want to help you teach your child simple prayers and habits that will instill in them practices of expressing gratitude that they will carry with them the rest of their life. In this episode, Kendra Fleming shares five simple ideas that will help you begin to weave thankfulness into the heart and life of your preschooler. Taking just a few of these simple steps will expand the idea of gratitude for your child and will help you raise an awesome, grateful kid. Here are a few questions we talked about in this episode. These are great questions to help get your preschooler thinking about things they are thankful for. What are you thankful for and why? What is something good that happened today? What is something you want to thank God for?   Andy Stanley sermon: I Owe Who Connect with Waumba Land Instagram// Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2018

15 min 20 sec

Life with preschoolers is busy, and it can be difficult to find time to talk with your kids about God. Sometimes it seems impossible to fit one more thing into your day! We want to encourage you to simply lean into the moments that are already happening in your day-to-day life and and use those as a springboard to create habits in your home that will help establish a strong spiritual foundation in the heart of your preschooler. In Episode 6, Kendra Fleming and Emily Knox talk about three times of day when you can easily incorporate great habits and start conversations about God. Emily joined North Point Ministries 12 years ago. She helps lead and support our teams in UpStreet, our elementary environment, and she has four kids (ages 11, 9, 7, and 3). Emily is a fantastic mom, and you’ll love hearing about some of the habits she’s established in her home to help lead her kiddos toward their heavenly Father. Check out music by North Point Kids on iTunes Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2018

17 min 5 sec

Every parent wants their child to know they are loved and accepted no matter who they become, what they accomplish, or how they mess up. The expression of unconditional love is one of the greatest things you can provide. But how do you know if you’re communicating it well? In this episode, Kendra Fleming shares three great practices for communicating unconditional love to your child. We hope these ideas will help you lean in your child’s direction relationally and cultivate influence in their life as they grow. Showing your child unconditional love and acceptance will also help them: Take healthy risks Feel stability Develop self-esteem Feel comfort Relieve anxiety Develop confidence   5 Love Languages of Children Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nov 2018

22 min 13 sec

The greatest parents don’t strive to be perfect, but they are intentional about their personal growth. And as the most important influence in your child’s life, how you grow in spite of your failures and weaknesses will be more important than any attempt at perfection. But where do you start? In this episode, Kendra Fleming and Tim Cooper talk about the value of having a personal growth plan and offer practical tips and advice on how to create a plan for yourself. Tim shares the strategy for his own growth in these five areas:     Physically     Intellectually     Emotionally     Relationally     Financially   Tim has been on our North Point Ministries staff for over 10 years. In his current role, he encourages adults to get into community and surround themselves with relationships that help them grow. He has four children (ages 5, 7, 9, and 11). Connect with Tim Twitter Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2018

27 min 30 sec

Establishing traditions and creating memorable moments for your family are great things to start in the preschool years. But as parents of preschoolers, we know that your time is limited and creating over-the-top, Pinterest-worthy moments is almost impossible! So instead of trying to attain the unattainable, we want to encourage you to think about the everyday, in-between moments where you can celebrate little things in a big way. In Episode 3, Kendra Fleming and Mandee Young talk about why this matters and give you ideas for opportunities to create special moments with your family. Mandee has beenon our North Point Ministries staff for 17 years. She is currently the Creative Content Director for UpStreet, our elementary environment and has two boys (ages 10 and 12). Mandee is one of the greatest memory makers we know and we are confident that even just implementing a few small ideas will help your kids feel special and forever connected to your family.   Connect with Mandee Instagram Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2018

16 min 30 sec

Does teaching your preschooler how to pray feel overwhelming? Whether talking to God is a regular part of your life or you’re learning to pray, too, we want to take the pressure off! Prayer is simply talking to God as if he’s your best friend. We want to encourage and equip you to teach your preschooler that they can talk to him anytime, anywhere, about anything. It’s all part of your child growing, developing, and learning more about who God is. In this episode, Kendra Fleming shares the “why” behind the importance of prayer at this age and offers practical tips for establishing routines and forming new habits. We want to help you guide your kids toward praying for things that are on their hearts and minds. This teaches them that they have a connection to a God who loves them, made them, and cares about them. Here are some of the questions we talk about in this episode. These are great for helping your preschooler kick-start conversations with God:     What did you see today that was really “wow” and amazing?     What was something really good that happened today?     Who is someone you know that needs help?     Who helped you today?     Who was fun today?     What is something bad that happened today?     What is something that made you really sad today?   Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2018

16 min 11 sec

Do you ever wonder if your preschooler is prepared for the next stage of life? Big next steps, like kindergarten, are coming their way. We know you want them to be ready, and we’re here to help! Every parent wants their kids to be confident, independent, and capable, but sometimes it’s hard to know when to let them do more on their own and when to step in to help. In this episode, Kendra Fleming and Natalie Kitchen talk about practical tips for helping your preschooler gain confidence as they grow physically, socially, and spiritually. They talk about the importance of helping your child:     Take risks     Try to do things themselves     Have conversations with adults     Learn that they have a voice     Have confidence in God     Learn to pray   Natalie taught high school for nine years before joining our North Point Ministries staff. She has three children (ages 5, 7, and 9) and speaks with wisdom and experience. You’re sure to come away with some great tips for helping your preschooler gain confidence as you encourage, challenge, and celebrate them. Connect with Natalie Instagram // Instagram Connect with Waumba Land Instagram // Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Aug 2018

23 min 24 sec