This might be an unfair review.
I started with the episode on sleep. I didn’t realize that there were still people in 2018 who are actively involving themself in better parenting techniques who put babies and infants in separate rooms from them. The idea of sleep consulting and training and sleep skills seems silly to anyone who coslept. That’s how we did it for hundreds of thousands of years. You’re right, sleeping is a number of skills. We learn them by example from our parents. We can’t do that if we’re locked in another room all night. We’ve had maybe 5 tough nights in 4 years (2kids). And it’s Not even mentioned? Maybe I’m misunderstanding. I’d like to share something an Indian immigrant mom said to me. She had a family bed. She says all Indians do. When she moved to the states she had problems with all of her suburban mom friends telling her all the ills of cosleeping. (They’re all debunked nonsense). But she turned to me and said so earnestly “in India, if you lock a baby in a room and leave for 8 hours it’s considered bad parenting or maybe even... criminal neglect” haha haha. Nailed it.
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