The 6570 Family Project

The 6570 Family Project


Latest Episodes

The Power of Touch In Parenting
May 18, 2022

There are “touchy” people and “non-touchy” people, but the fact is physical contact is important in the human experience, and diving in and getting curious about how we feel about touch is important. So often the aversions are from childhood traumas and d

Meal Prepping, Picky Eaters & Grocery Shopping in Today’s World with guest Kristy Baranovskis
May 11, 2022

Have you wondered how to do ALL of the things you need to and are expected to do as a parent and still have time to put anything on the table that isn’t prepackaged fast food? Finding time for real food is a challenge and, in this episode, Kristy gives us

Bring Your Mess Into The Light
May 04, 2022

Life can feel like an arena. In parenting and in teen and tween life especially. Getting up and ready to face the challenges every day. In your arena you have 3 seats that are always taken up: Scarcity, Comparison and Shame. In this episode I walk thr

Tantrums to Talking with Toddlers to Teens with Guest Jill Urbane
April 27, 2022

Toddlers get a bad rap. They are opinionated, not in control of emotions or their bodies and they always WANT things, right? Yes, but what can we do to help them, and ourselves as parents, through this process? Nellie and Jill have an in depth discussion

10 Reasons Why It Is Important To Have Multi-Generational Relationships For Your Kids
April 20, 2022

Having friends outside of your typical peers can be some of the more rewarding and I want to share the top 10 reasons why, as a parent, it is beneficial to have your child be friends with all generations from the young to the very mature. How does it a

Seeing Beyond The Disabilities to the Possibilities with Guest Dr.Dawn Menge
April 13, 2022

A person is a person before they are autistic or labeled with a severe developmental delay. Dr.Dawn Menge is a teacher and author with decades of experience in the world of special needs and has spent her life helping families help their children become

How To Prepare & Have Difficult Conversations With Your Kids
April 06, 2022

Difficult conversations are a staple of parenting teens and tweens. You can try to avoid them, but the efforts are futile and if you do happen to be able to avoid them then you miss out on the biggest guiding moments you have with your children. But,

The Role of Money in Childhood with Guest Catherine Thomas-Humphreys
March 30, 2022

In this episode, Catherine and Nellie go on a journey through the practical and emotional side of money and the role it plays in the past, present, and future of the family. How to set goals and give them emotional anchors to help them get done and how t

What To Do With Your Child And World Threats
March 23, 2022

The threats to our world are real and the conversations your kids are having in the school cafeterias, on text chains, at athletic games are real too. There is real fear, real instability and real questions stirring in them and it can be very hard to fig

Reflections of Motherhood and Building Forward with Guest Kelly Bermingham
March 16, 2022

In this episode, Nellie and Kelly travel through parenthood in a rear-view mirror. Kelly has already raised her son now and realized there were some things she would have done differently if she were to do it again. She has turned this into a passion fo