Entries by Ronee

Tiffany from Florida

“After having my son about 8 months ago, I just couldn’t lose the weight and felt pretty “blah”. I knew I wasn’t eating the best, but I didn’t know how to change it or what to eat instead. Ronee taught me how to eat healthier while keeping up my breastfeeding supply, which has resulted in […]

Meghan from Pennsylvania

“Working with Ronee during a complicated pregnancy was very helpful. She gave lots of great insight into choices and changes I could make that would benefit both myself and my growing babies. I like that even though I have a lot of “issues,” she never made me feel uncomfortable talking about them, and happily gave […]

15 Reasons to Massage Your Child

There aren’t many people who don’t like to be massaged, whether it’s their feet, back, shoulders, head, hands, or whole body. Well, kids are no different! In fact, the sense of touch is the first sense developed in the womb. Babies love to be touched, held, and snuggled with. While the look of the touch […]

7 Ways to Survive The Summer With Your Kids

As a kid, I always looked forward to summer break. Not getting dressed all day. Swimming for hours. Playing with my Barbies whenever I wanted. Eating what I wanted, when I wanted. Yup, life was pretty good. Fast forward a couple of decades, and now I’m the parent of 4 kids who are also looking […]

3 Reasons Why Naps Are Important

Back when I had one small child, I loved nap time. It meant that I got to nap right along with her! “Nap when your baby naps” is what everyone tells you when you have a baby. Yes, that works during two times of your life… 1) when you’re actually at home all day with […]

Getting Rid of Sleep Props

Getting rid of sleep props can be tough! If you don’t know what the term “sleep prop” is, let me explain. A sleep prop is anything your child uses in order to go to sleep. For instance, parents are often the biggest sleep prop there is! Many kiddos rely on their parent’s touch in some […]

Sleep Teaching vs Sleep Training

Every day I am in Facebook “mom groups”, where tired, exhausted mamas often talk about their new baby’s sleep. Some of these poor mamas are really struggling and it’s causing overwhelm, anxiety, and sometimes depression symptoms. Any woman who’s had any number of children will tell you that the “4th trimester” (ie 3 months post […]

Nikki from Georgia (2mo old)

Thanks to you, our little guy is now sleeping 8 hours straight at night! His naps have gotten so much better too, with at least one 2 hour nap each day! I can easily put him down now while he’s still awake and watch as he puts himself to sleep. I’m still amazed that he […]