Visit Jenni June at the RedCARpet Celebrity Safety Event! Saturday, September 19, 2015 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT) Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90049 Meet Jenni June at her booth! Receive a free gift, discuss your child’s sleep challenges with her, and enter to win a bundle of “Jenni June’s Favorite Sleep Products”! And don’t forget to enter to win the biggest #JenniJuneSleepBundle giveaway here, too! #RedCARpetSafety
Join Jenni June in attending and celebrating the grand opening of Calabasas Pediatrics! September 13, 2015 10:00 AM (PDT) 23480 Park Sorrento, Suite 109A, Calabasas, CA. 91302
Join Jenni June & Fit4Mom in Sherman Oaks & Studio City for a Pediatric Sleep Hygiene and Sleep Training Q & A! September 9, 2015 10:00 am (PDT) Fit4Mom Stroller Strides @ 14201 Huston St. Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
Jenni June presents 4 Pillars of Sleep Hygiene, & why no sleep training method will work without it! Thursday, July 16, 2015 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT) Beverly Hills, CA What is sleep hygiene and why is it essential to infant and child well-sleep and sleep training?
11 Air travel sleep-n-sanity hacks 4 parents! #1- Do not, I repeat, do not schedule a red-eye flight! Protect your child’s most important and restorative sleep: night sleep! The brain in motion cannot cycle into deeper stages of restorative sleep. And if they decide to fuss and cry on a red-eye when everyone else is trying to sleep, it will stress you out even more!
The key to sibling harmony and family acceptance Kings and queens never take kindly to being ousted from their thrones, and kids don’t like being ousted from theirs by a new baby sibling. Perhaps your firstborn is about to be stripped of his or her title: the one and only, baby and child of the family. Early sibling rivalry is a result of your firstborn losing his or her place that was perceived as an identity within the family. The new baby is sliding right into what used to be your older child’s spot, title, duty and position.
The anxiety leading up to the delivery of our child can be overwhelming. We want our baby to be healthy, we aren’t sure how that “special bond” with the child will take place, and we hope we will be able to provide enough breast milk to feed them. These really are the top three most important initial concerns for most moms-to-be. When expecting parents ask me for help in preparing for this, my first and only answer often surprises them. “Really?” they say, “it seems too simple.” It is simple. It’s called Kangaroo Care. And it’s been around since the dawn of man. Kangaroo Care is allowing your baby to connect with you naturally through immediate and regular skin-to-skin contact, right out of the shoot. In fact, many hospitals and birthing centers around the globe are beginning to practice this through the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative as the benefits have…