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147: Teaching Children How to Advocate for Themselves // Dr. Traci Baxley

Rachel Nielson, host of Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms, interviews Dr. Traci Baxley about How to Teaching Children how to Advocate for Themselves | Self Advocacy Skills by popular US mom podcast, 3 in 30: image of Dr. Traci Baxley.

YOU are your child’s most important teacher! Especially when it comes to teaching them self advocacy skills! This back-to-school series is back again this year, as we discuss how to have important conversations with our kids that will set them up for success at school, work, and throughout life.  Our guest to kick-off the series…

141: Raising Children with Chronic Conditions // Andelin Price

Children with Chronic Health Conditions by popular US mom podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast: image of Andelin Price with her son.

Parenting is always an all-consuming and emotional endeavor, but it is uniquely intense for parents who are raising children with chronic health conditions. Whether that be a disability of some sort or a medical condition that changes the way that their child must move through the world. I get emails every day from mothers who…

134: Fighting Against Mom-Guilt

Fighting Against Mom-Guilt with Rachel Nielson of 3 in 30 Podcast for Moms, a top motherhood podcast.

A few years ago, I had a phone conversation with a friend that changed my perspective forever. She told me why she never feels mom-guilt. And I loved her wisdom and think of it often. Listen to this week’s episode to hear her advice, as well as three strategies that I use frequently when I feel the mom-guilt sneaking…

132: Inspiring Bravery in our Kids // Ashley Aikele and Elyse Beard

Inspiring Bravery in our Kids through Role Models with host of top motherhood podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms, Rachel Nielson and Ashliey Aikele and Elyse Beard | How to be Brave by popular US mom podcast, 3 in 30: image of Ashely Aikele and Elyse beard standing together with all of their kids.

What does it mean to be brave? I asked my two kids their thoughts on how to be brave and I loved their answers. Sally, who is 5, said, “It means to fight in a war or something.” Noah, who is 8, said “To stand up for other people and to face your fears.” My…