The Parent Pod Podcast by Gymboree Play and Music

The Parent Pod Podcast by Gymboree Play and Music

The Parent Pod podcast by Gymboree Play and Music with Adonica Shaw is a weekly conversation that features various experts who are willing to share helpful tips for parents and grandparents on how to support their little ones during the first five years of life. This podcast drives conversations around early childhood development, with topics ranging from sleep training, and minimalist living to maternal mental health and postpartum depression.

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July 28, 2021
Episode Information In this episode of the Parent Pod, we spoke to Teri Weiss of Dreamworks Animation. Teri Weiss is EVP, Television Development for DreamWorks Animation reporting to Chief Creative Officer, Television, Peter Gal. In this role, she oversees the creative development of a rapidly growing slate of original television projects, including the content for … Continue reading Special Episode with Teri Weiss, EVP, Televisio...
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Episode Information In this episode of the Parent Pod, we spoke to Michelle Tangemen the founder of the Thriving Toddler. Michelle is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She specializes in working with children & families by applying her experience in developmental psychology and behavior analysis. She has over … Continue reading Helping Your Toddler Thrive with MFT Michelle Tangemen...
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Episode Information In this episode of The Parent Pod, we spoke to Iris Chen, Iris Chen is an author, unschooling mom, deconstructing tiger parent, and founder of the Untigering movement. As an advocate for peaceful parenting and educational freedom for children, her mission is to inspire generational and cultural transformation, especially among Asian communities. She spent 16 … Continue reading Conscious Untigering and Peaceful P...
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Episode Information In this episode of The Parent Pod, we spoke to Julia Mitchell, the founder of Gather and Bloom. Julia Mitchell is a life-long family advocate and the founder of Gather + Bloom. With hundreds of families assisted, Julia combines research-based methods with over twelve years of time-tested experience to provide custom postpartum plans, … Continue reading Postpartum Plans and Parent Education with Julia Mitchel...
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Episode Information In this episode of The Parent Pod we spoke to Yo Re Mi founder Rachel Costello about the benefits of teaching yoga to kids and families. Rachel Costello is a Yoga Alliance certified teacher specializing in hatha, vinyasa, prenatal, postpartum, yoga nidra, trauma-informed yoga and yoga for children and families. She trained with … Continue reading Yoga & Meditation for Kids with Yo Re Mi founder Rachel Costel...
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Episode Information In this week’s episode of the Parent Pod Podcast, we spoke to Erin O’Connor the co-founder of Scientific Mommy. The Director of New York University’s Early Childhood Education Program, Erin is a tenured professor and holds a Doctorate in Human Development and Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a Masters in Teaching from … Continue reading Exploring Toys as Tools in Play with Scientific Mom...
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In this episode of The Parent Pod spoke to the Windy City Nanny (Florence Ann Romano) about everything from nanny cams to hiring dos and don’ts for parents. Florence Ann Romano, The Windy City Nanny ™, is an author, podcast co-host of “Finger Painting the Future”, a philanthropist and child-care expert who has always had … Continue reading Hiring the Perfect Caregiver with the Windy City Nanny Florence Ann Romano
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