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...
When Recurring Problems Arise

When Recurring Problems Arise

When we notice a recurring problem area with one of our children, we naturally want to fix it. So we think about it, talk to people about it, ask for advice, maybe try some different things. But how often do we simply ask the child? Get on their level, into their...
On Telling Kids What To Do

On Telling Kids What To Do

When someone wants you to do something, how would you like them to communicate that to you? “Don’t do that. Do this. Stop that. Give that to them. Put that back. Turn that off. Stay here. Sit down. Get dressed. Brush your teeth. Go to the bathroom. Eat...
Overlooked

Overlooked

It is hard for me to watch interactions between parents and their kids. Far too often, I see such a disconnect. Kids who aren’t getting their needs met, growing louder and stronger, begging for love in the most unloving of ways. Parents who aren’t getting their needs...

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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