Don't Miss Jenni June, Certified Sleep Consultant, Teaching Kids How to Sleep

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The premiere Los Angeles area California Baby & Kidz Expo is the perfect place to get the latest scoop from Jenni June, Certified Child Sleep Consultant, on pregnancy, babies, kids, sleep and more. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 10, 2014 Parents, here’s your chance to find resources and information you need, while entertaining the kids at the same time. The California Baby & Kidz Expos are filled with wall to wall entertainment, vendors, stage acts and resources, all geared for the family. An added bonus is the knowledge explosion that will take place on the main stage when Jenni June presents relevant, cutting edge information. Speaking at the Pasadena and Orange County California Baby & Kidz Expos, Jenni will address a wide range of topics, none more important than the one thing near and dear to all parents’ hearts: how to get more sleep as a family. The California Baby…

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Don't start sleep training if…

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1. You know you will be traveling, having house guests, or other social or family functions within 3 weeks of begining, because consistency is key when learning new habits! It’s bootcamp baby! 2. Don’t begin sleep training when your child has a cold or is congested, coughing or not feeling well. We want to give them every opportunity for success! 3. Do not start sleep training in the midst of other big changes within the family, such as, moving, divorce, the loss or serious illness of a loved one or pet. Your child’s ability to cope with change is not developed enough yet to sort through more than one challenge at a time, and sleep is effected by these kinds of events in the family. Help them adjust emotionally, first. Then, we will get them well-rested again.

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What my grandparents taught me, that my parents couldn't.

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When I was a kid, my dad worked a lot of hard long hours and was the bread winner. He provided a nice house, 2 cars, vacations, lots of Seattle Mariner games, and great Christmases and birthdays. You could say we were middle to upper middle class. My mom chose to work and her paychecks were hers to do with what she wanted. We rarely saw her. My sister and I were latch key kids, unless we were with my grandparents. Almost all school breaks and summers were spent at my grandparent’s home in the foothills of Mt. Hood in Oregon. It was my grandparents who taught us to do things like garden, cook, sew, fish, fix things, clean something well, be helpful and kind to elderly neighbors and respect all adults. They taught us about the historical times they lived through, such as The Great Depression, WWII, the assassination…

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The "Visionary" Parent vs. the "In the Moment" Parent

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Which one are you? I define them as this: The In the Moment parent (ITM) takes each moment or challenge at face value. They put a lot of stock in a child’s resistance to anything. They dwell much longer and deeper on why a child might be throwing a fit or refuse to go to bed at night. They believe that there must be a real, urgent, even medical reason for all of it. ITM parents look at each isolated situation and try to solve the immediate problem, eliminating whatever it is that is making their child cry, resist, or have a melt-down. If that can’t be pinpointed, it must be a disorder of some kind causing the child to act out in a negative way. They believe that their job as parents is to make their child happy, all the time. And if they feel they are failing this…

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Quench Those New Parent Fears with Jenni June and the Family Fall Festival

By Blog, Family, In The News, Parenting, Uncategorized

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…

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Los Angeles Local, and Every Parent’s Best Friend, Jenni June, Soft Launches New Series, “Baby Care with Jenni June” for the BabyLeague Network

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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…

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