You Should Stop Shoulding Yourself

You Should Stop Shoulding Yourself

I was talking with some fellow coaches when I realized how much pressure I’ve been feeling to get “back to work.” Feeling bad that I wasn’t coaching anyone, creating anything, or doing anything work-related in my mind. Beating myself up for not...
Supporting Your Baby’s Freedom of Movement

Supporting Your Baby’s Freedom of Movement

How do we support infants and young children in developing robust motor skills and a strong, healthy body? The answer is through respect, trust, and freedom of movement. Within days of giving birth to your precious new baby, you’re back at the doctor’s office...
Raising Children in Authentic Belonging

Raising Children in Authentic Belonging

In our very first moments on earth, we seek connection. We spend our entire lives seeking or avoiding it depending on whether it feels safe or threatening. An important prerequisite for an emotionally healthy home is how safe each family member feels to rest in...
What is Rupture and Repair?

What is Rupture and Repair?

As humans, we all need to experience closeness to survive. One of our primary needs is the need for connection and safety and, in our earliest years, that is supposed to come from our first relationships. These first relationships set the stage for how we will...
When Fear Drives Your Parenting

When Fear Drives Your Parenting

Fear is not all bad. If we are truly in danger, fear can save our lives. It protects us from the scary things in life. The problem comes when fear sticks around for far too long. Overstaying its welcome. Keeping us in a state of constant danger, unable to see the...

Weekly Stickies

Don't read most of the emails you sign up for?

Us either. That is why we do ours a bit differently.

At the beginning of every week, your email will come with a new question on a sticky note.

Use it to create an intention for your week, connect with your kids and yourself, or grow as a parent. Copy the question to your own sticky and put it on your bathroom mirror, save the photo to your phone lock screen, share with a friend, or print it out as a daily reminder.

 

Let's build a parenthood you can love as much as your kids love their childhood.

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