09 Oct Episode 133 – Perspective Shifts During Toddlerhood w/ Devon Kuntzman
During our episode with Devon this week, we sit down and talk all things toddlerhood and behavior! I love how Devon puts that this is a brand new season where your child may be testing you the most. How can we not lose our *ish during this season? Devon give us great tips…
- Why toddler years are so challenging
- Why toddlerhood isn’t “terrible”
- How we can use perspective shifts to really use gentle parenting
- The needs toddlers NEED
- What your toddler’s behavior really means
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About Devon Kuntzmen
Devon Kuntzman, B.A. child development, RYT, is a toddler parenting coach on a mission to transform the myth that toddlerhood is terrible. Devon teaches parents it’s possible to embrace this sensitive developmental period and uncover the magic of toddlerhood while overcoming everyday challenges and keeping their sanity. As a coach, Devon empowers parents to transform their frustration, fear and self-doubt into confidence in their parenting. Over the last 15 years, Devon has dedicated her life to working with hundreds of parents and children across three continents as a coach, former nanny for high-profile families and director of an orphanage in Rwanda.
Devon is a Certified Gentle Sleep Coach, a graduate of the Wonder Weeks Academy Infant Mental Health and Development Program, a registered yoga teacher and the Founder of the Transforming Toddlerhood. Devon is passionate about toddlers, green juice, reading, traveling and holistic living. When she isn’t working with parents and toddlers, Devon can be found on her yoga mat, riding her bicycle or drinking a kombucha (not all at the same time).