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See Me Hear Me Love Me

Karen Deerwester

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See Me Hear Me Love Me
See Me Hear Me Love Me

See Me Hear Me Love Me

Karen Deerwester

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Life with kids is messy. We celebrate all the messes...so you know you are not alone! And you GOT this..

Latest Episodes

Episode #206 Baby Dads - what no one told us

This is a follow-up to Episode #195 with Newborn Moms describing What No One Told Us about those insane first 2 months. Here's the Dad conversation!!! You will love it. These dads are all-in heart &, soul and mind - and full-on in-love with these mysterious little babies who change everything in a family. At the Table with Gregg, Justin and Adam

45 MIN3 d ago
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Episode #206 Baby Dads - what no one told us

Episode #205 Self-Acceptance & Mom Mistakes

One from the Archives that was originally titled "I Did Everything Wrong" - Yes! Learning and growing, for parents as well as for kids, means mistake-making, uncertainty and risk. If we can manage that "messiness" as grown-ups, we will discover the best tools to teach children resilience and true growth. At the Table with Alana Lipman and Rachel Sobel from Whine and Cheez - its

52 MIN1 w ago
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Episode #205 Self-Acceptance & Mom Mistakes

Episode # 204 Adjusting to Motherhood, and Fatherhood

Becoming a parent is monumental. Moms and dads need support and understanding navigating changing roles, changing routines, changing relationships, not to mention all the physical and emotional upheaval. Meet Dr. KC Charette, a clinical psychologist in Boca Raton who is also the Coordinator for Post Partum Support International in Broward and Palm Beach Counties - here to talk about "how to not be hard on yourself" and getting support for postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety and postpartum OCD. Thank you Dr. KC Charette from www.KCCharette.com

40 MIN2 w ago
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Episode # 204 Adjusting to Motherhood, and Fatherhood

Episode #203 From Baby Class to PreK

Oh, what a journey! From Baby Class to PreK! With every year and new stage of development, children grow and change and parents grow and change. Here are three moms who started that journey in Baby Class at Family Time and are now beginning the last year in preschool. I'm excited for their journey and proud to have been able to watch their children grow these last four years. Bravo - it's exciting and complicated to meet children's needs through ever-changing ages and stages. At the Table with Anupa, Tylah and Bea

42 MIN3 w ago
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Episode #203 From Baby Class to PreK

Episode #202 Tummy Time

Tummy Time is the foundation for all future growth and learning! Listen to Pediatric Occupational Therapist, Shannon Vinsentin, talk about the value and benefits of Tummy Time and how parents can ease babies into positive floor time experiences.

38 MINSEP 17
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Episode #202 Tummy Time

Episode # 201 Look for the Helpers

As so many are getting involved to help the Bahamas post-hurricane, be sure to teach your children that they are the helpers too! When we give, we also learn how to receive. This is a reminder of children becoming part of family and community efforts to make a difference in the world. Instead of being overwhelmed by tragedy and suffering, teach your child that they can help. From the Archives with Summer and Phyllis

39 MINSEP 10
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Episode # 201 Look for the Helpers

Episode #200 See Me Hear Love Me Co-Teaching with Amy

Here's a short and fun conversation between Ms Amy and me, co-teaching in Family Time classes for the last 15 years. See Me Hear Me Love Me is part of our daily-weekly-ongoing practice as we observe and discuss what's happening in classes. What motivates a child's behavior? What engages each child? How to respond, stretch and optimize experiences and interactions. And, how to support and "see" parents wherever they are in their on-going journey. With gratitude and appreciation for an essential collaboration for me. Thank you Ms Amy!!!

16 MINSEP 3
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Episode #200 See Me Hear Love Me Co-Teaching with Amy

Episode #199 Understanding Feelings and Needs beneath Behavior

Let's explore the feelings and needs beneath children's behavior - starting with tantrums! Looking at the See Me Hear Me Love Me tools we need to understand children's behavior. We revisit a podcast from the archives - Tantrums and Fairy Dust.

42 MINAUG 27
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Episode #199 Understanding Feelings and Needs beneath Behavior

Episode #198 I Believe in Preschool

I believe in preschool because I believe Early Childhood Educators are the best protectors of childhood. Preschools celebrate innocence and curiosity, messy play and the building blocks of lifelong learning. Preschools comfort and encourage, accept and strive....They are places where children learn to love and love to learn.

12 MINAUG 20
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Episode #198 I Believe in Preschool

Episode #197 Parents Tired of Battling Toddlers & Exhausting Children

Here's the conversation for all the times books and parenting advice fall short. It's the conversation for children knowing better and not doing better. It's for parents who are tired, exhausted, bruised and battered from living with strong, opinionated, tireless children. How to look, listen and connect with the moment of sanity and flip the script to something a thousand times less frustrating. At the Table with Stephanie and Rachel Sobel from WhineandCheezits.com

48 MINAUG 13
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Episode #197 Parents Tired of Battling Toddlers & Exhausting Children

Latest Episodes

Episode #206 Baby Dads - what no one told us

This is a follow-up to Episode #195 with Newborn Moms describing What No One Told Us about those insane first 2 months. Here's the Dad conversation!!! You will love it. These dads are all-in heart &, soul and mind - and full-on in-love with these mysterious little babies who change everything in a family. At the Table with Gregg, Justin and Adam

45 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Episode #206 Baby Dads - what no one told us

Episode #205 Self-Acceptance & Mom Mistakes

One from the Archives that was originally titled "I Did Everything Wrong" - Yes! Learning and growing, for parents as well as for kids, means mistake-making, uncertainty and risk. If we can manage that "messiness" as grown-ups, we will discover the best tools to teach children resilience and true growth. At the Table with Alana Lipman and Rachel Sobel from Whine and Cheez - its

52 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode #205 Self-Acceptance & Mom Mistakes

Episode # 204 Adjusting to Motherhood, and Fatherhood

Becoming a parent is monumental. Moms and dads need support and understanding navigating changing roles, changing routines, changing relationships, not to mention all the physical and emotional upheaval. Meet Dr. KC Charette, a clinical psychologist in Boca Raton who is also the Coordinator for Post Partum Support International in Broward and Palm Beach Counties - here to talk about "how to not be hard on yourself" and getting support for postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety and postpartum OCD. Thank you Dr. KC Charette from www.KCCharette.com

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode # 204 Adjusting to Motherhood, and Fatherhood

Episode #203 From Baby Class to PreK

Oh, what a journey! From Baby Class to PreK! With every year and new stage of development, children grow and change and parents grow and change. Here are three moms who started that journey in Baby Class at Family Time and are now beginning the last year in preschool. I'm excited for their journey and proud to have been able to watch their children grow these last four years. Bravo - it's exciting and complicated to meet children's needs through ever-changing ages and stages. At the Table with Anupa, Tylah and Bea

42 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode #203 From Baby Class to PreK

Episode #202 Tummy Time

Tummy Time is the foundation for all future growth and learning! Listen to Pediatric Occupational Therapist, Shannon Vinsentin, talk about the value and benefits of Tummy Time and how parents can ease babies into positive floor time experiences.

38 MINSEP 17
Comments
Episode #202 Tummy Time

Episode # 201 Look for the Helpers

As so many are getting involved to help the Bahamas post-hurricane, be sure to teach your children that they are the helpers too! When we give, we also learn how to receive. This is a reminder of children becoming part of family and community efforts to make a difference in the world. Instead of being overwhelmed by tragedy and suffering, teach your child that they can help. From the Archives with Summer and Phyllis

39 MINSEP 10
Comments
Episode # 201 Look for the Helpers

Episode #200 See Me Hear Love Me Co-Teaching with Amy

Here's a short and fun conversation between Ms Amy and me, co-teaching in Family Time classes for the last 15 years. See Me Hear Me Love Me is part of our daily-weekly-ongoing practice as we observe and discuss what's happening in classes. What motivates a child's behavior? What engages each child? How to respond, stretch and optimize experiences and interactions. And, how to support and "see" parents wherever they are in their on-going journey. With gratitude and appreciation for an essential collaboration for me. Thank you Ms Amy!!!

16 MINSEP 3
Comments
Episode #200 See Me Hear Love Me Co-Teaching with Amy

Episode #199 Understanding Feelings and Needs beneath Behavior

Let's explore the feelings and needs beneath children's behavior - starting with tantrums! Looking at the See Me Hear Me Love Me tools we need to understand children's behavior. We revisit a podcast from the archives - Tantrums and Fairy Dust.

42 MINAUG 27
Comments
Episode #199 Understanding Feelings and Needs beneath Behavior

Episode #198 I Believe in Preschool

I believe in preschool because I believe Early Childhood Educators are the best protectors of childhood. Preschools celebrate innocence and curiosity, messy play and the building blocks of lifelong learning. Preschools comfort and encourage, accept and strive....They are places where children learn to love and love to learn.

12 MINAUG 20
Comments
Episode #198 I Believe in Preschool

Episode #197 Parents Tired of Battling Toddlers & Exhausting Children

Here's the conversation for all the times books and parenting advice fall short. It's the conversation for children knowing better and not doing better. It's for parents who are tired, exhausted, bruised and battered from living with strong, opinionated, tireless children. How to look, listen and connect with the moment of sanity and flip the script to something a thousand times less frustrating. At the Table with Stephanie and Rachel Sobel from WhineandCheezits.com

48 MINAUG 13
Comments
Episode #197 Parents Tired of Battling Toddlers & Exhausting Children

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