Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Parenting Pointers: Tips from the Nanny Whisperer

A new baby is one of the greatest joys for new parents. The first smile, the first sound, the first steps are memorable experiences sure to be captured by all moms and dads. Unfortunately though, there are some things that can make these special times with new baby stressful.
Does your baby cry a lot? Is he or she on a regular sleeping schedule? Is feeding an issue? According to an online survey by Harris Interactive, nearly 75% of American moms plan to return to work post-baby and 42% of moms returning to the workforce attributed their stress to feeding their babies, whether it’s breast-feeding or formula.
I have a chance to post some information from parenting expert, coach and mom of three, Tammy Gold will offer tips and suggestions to help ease the transition of becoming a new mom and shed light on ways to reduce that unwanted stress! Tammy’s new book, Secrets of the Nanny Whisperer: A Practical Guide to Finding and Achieving the Gold Standard of Care for your Child, guides parents through the process of hiring your own Mary Poppins!
Tammy Gold is a licensed therapist, certified coach and parenting and childcare expert. Tammy has been featured in more than 100 articles worldwide and has also appeared on GMA, ABC News, MSNBC, Fox News and Parents TV.  She is also the permanent parenting expert providing tips and writing articles for popular websites The Huffington Post, The Bump.com and Gabrielle Reece’s celebrity website The Honeyline.com. Tammy is mom to three young daughters.

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