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Introducing SENSE by Meg Faure | Pilot episode

Introducing SENSE by Meg Faure. It’s such a pleasure to welcome you to this exciting new parenting podcast presented by Occupational Therapist and Baby Sense author, Meg Faure. Every week, Meg checks in with a new mum to answer her burning baby-care questions. Together they tackle sleep, feeding, routine, weaning and discuss the highs and lows of parenting in the first year.

“This podcast is a continuation of my life’s work. It’s where we’ll have honest conversations about everything from getting your baby to sleep to dealing with mom guilt to some of the best kept parenting tools I’ve tried, tested, and widely talked about for over 25 years. This is modern, conscious parenting and my aim is to take the guesswork out of it,” – Meg Faure

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Listen in to SENSE by Meg Faure to hear from guest experts, first time mums, mums to multiples and more who join Meg to share their insights into child care. You’ll also get the inside scoop on family life from celebrity parents and influencers who share their journey with Meg.

SENSE by Meg Faure is brought to you by Parent Sense – the all-in-one baby app that takes the guesswork out of parenting. Download the app to get expert advice tailored to your baby’s age and stage of development. Parent Sense is also the smart way to track your baby’s feeds, sleep, weight, vaccinations and milestones. The more you track – the more tailored the content will be. Tackle any parenting challenge in the first year with confidence. Get science-backed weaning guidance, buy books and parenting courses. You can also access free toolkits and get daily tips to optimise your baby’s development and much more.

“If you want to take the guesswork out of parenting, then you’re in the right place. Join me every week and let’s make the most of this journey of a lifetime!” – Meg Faure 

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Meg Faure

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CONNECT WITH MEG FAURE
Web: megfaure.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MegFaure.Sense

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/megfaure.sense/

Parent Sense mobile app:
Web: https://parentsense.app/
Download via Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tech.bitcube.parentsense Download via iOS: https://apps.apple.com/za/app/parent-sense-baby-tracker/id1502973851

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Introducing SENSE by Meg Faure

Meg: Babies are such extraordinary little beings. As small as they are they can fascinate (and sometimes frustrate) new parents in ways we couldn’t even imagine before our little ones arrive in our lives. I’m Meg Faure and I’ve always had a love for babies – it’s one of the reasons I became an Occupational Therapist specialising in infants. I saw thousands of parents at my clinical practice who felt such overwhelm and confusion – something that I can relate to as a mom of three.

It was after I had my second baby that I knew I needed to share my expertise to support other parents in this journey of a lifetime. I went on to write 8 best-selling parenting and infant care books and later – the Parent Sense app – to give new moms and dads a guide that they could trust to help them raise their little ones with confidence.

This podcast is a continuation of my life’s work. It’s where we’ll have honest conversations about everything from getting your baby to sleep to dealing with mom guilt to some of the best kept parenting tools I’ve tried, tested, and widely talked about for over 25 years. This is modern, conscious parenting and my aim is to take the guesswork out of it. Join me every week to help you make the most out of the first frightening and fleeting year of your baby’s life.

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