“Parents: Bring your daughters!” Says, Jenni June. Jenni June will speak on forum for girls on celebrity panel Saturday, Nov. 2nd 11AM to 3PM at Hollywood High School Auditorium. “Where else are girls going to hear in Hollywood to twerk their brains and values, not their booties?” Says, Jenni June. Come here about how successful entrepreneur, celebrity sleep consultant, host and mom of 4, Jenni June succeeded in business without compromising and what her definition of true beauty really is!
By: Jenni June Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant, and Sleep Hygiene Specialist www.jennijune.com/familysleep Many parents today view melatonin as the “magic pill” to help their kids get to sleep. Melatonin is a hormone produced by the brain, but in synthetic pill form is up to 50 times more than their body needs or is designed to take. While attending the Pediatric Sleep Symposium in Toronto for the Sick Kids Hospital this year, I was surprised to hear how many doctors are prescribing this to kids before advising a family to consult with a pediatric sleep hygiene specialist who helps babies and children, even those with ADHD and Autism Spectrum disorders, get better, more restorative sleep at night by adjusting the sleep environment and timing sleep to align with their natural biological sleep rhythms. Creating personalized methods for parents, so they can provide consistent implementation of new, healthier sleep habits is also…
Look for readyness between ages 14 months and 18 months old. You will know when, over period of 4 weeks, the AM nap and PM nap, or both, start to fall apart, that it is time for transition! Expect your baby to be cranky and extra tired for 3 weeks as you make transition. Their little bodies take time to get used to this change. Drop morning nap and aim for 12:30 to 1PM for their one nap a day. Provide an earlier than usual bedtime while making this transition to prevent child from becoming overtired.
If you didn’t prepare baby incrementally in advance for daylight savings time, then it’s likely they are waking an hour earlier than usual in the morning. Here’s what you can do to help them adjust. Adjust their entire feeding and sleep schedule gently forward, 15 minutes a day for 4 consecutive days. Allow your baby to be exposed to a little more light, real or artificial, longer each night before bed, and also a little more darkness each morning upon waking up, within these 4 days. This will help signal the brain to adjust melatonin production. Once you have completed the 4 day schedule adjustment, be patient and allow your child’s body to adjust. Rome wasn’t built in a day! Be consistent and stick to the schedule! It may take 1 to 3 weeks for circadian rhythm to adjust habitually. Younger babies take longer than toddlers.
There is no better way to spend a Sunday than to attend the premier parenting event in Los Angeles: ClubMomMe Los Angeles’ Family Fall Festival. Hear from experts like Jenni June, Certified Child Sleep Consultant, Rosie Pope and Dean McDermott as they help new and expectant parents calm their fears and discover the joy of starting a family. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013 Every new and expectant parent faces unknown challenges. Hope is here. On Sunday, November 3, Certified Child Sleep Consultant, Baby Planner, host and mother of 4, Jenni June, will present hot tips, laced with laughter, while sitting alongside Rosie Pope and then again on the panel just for daddies, with Dean McDermott. Amidst ClubMomMe’s Family Fall Festival, these panels promise to provide anxious mothers and fathers with valuable and practical advice dealing with pregnancy, birth and the early months of parenthood. Jenni June, well known…
Jenni June, Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant will answer all your questions about: How to deal with bedtime resistance * the 2 to 1 nap transition * when to drop naps * transferring from crib to toddler bed * teaching independent sleep * sleep and potty training, and resolving extra early wakings When: Wednesday, August 28, 2103 at 10AM Where: Kidville in Brentwood 11740 San Vicente Blvd #107 Los Angeles
Jenni June is partnering with VIP Nannies to provide credentialed education with regard to what can and can’t be done SAFELY with a newborn as we attempt to provide healthy sleep habits and keep baby well rested. Set yourself and your business apart from the rest with this valuable and sought after training and credential. When: Sunday, August 25, 2013 2PM- 4:30PM Where: VIP Nannies 11950 Ventura Blvd. Studio City, CA. (818) 980-6269 Cost: $195 includes Coursework Credential & 3 months of follow-up support
A live conversation with pediatric sleep consultant, Jenni June! Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at 6PM The Juvenile Shop 13356 Ventura Blvd. Sherman Oaks, CA. 91423
Los Angeles local, and every parent´s best friend, Jenni June, soft launches her new HD Quality series, “Baby Care with Jenni June” for the BabyLeague Network. (PRWEB) June 07, 2013 Designed to guide, support, and entertain new and expecting parents through baby´s first year. Each 2-4 minute episode condenses the latest most pertinent information busy parents need in how to care for such things as the umbilical cord stump, provide skin to skin contact, the “scoop on poop”, and dozens more! The best part is that you are almost guaranteed to laugh, as Jenni includes some of her personal stories about raising her own four kids as well as her clients´ stories. She will do whatever it takes, even the funky chicken, to help anxious new parents rock everyday baby care with confidence and ease. “Who is Jenni June?” You might ask! Jenni is a forty-one year old mother of…