I’m sure there are other families like ours that try not to overwhelm the house with toy clutter and put thought into what they purchase for their kids to play with. But even with careful consideration of toy purchases, they seem to have a way of multiplying in the home. Soon you’re stepping on Legos and rescuing Barbies from toilets.Read More
I was thrilled to recently be contacted by author, Molly Doss to read and review her latest children’s book. Tell Me Your Dreams encourages expanding the imagination, sharing dreams, and peaceful bedtimes.Read More
Schools and families all over the world are adopting yoga practices and seeing amazing improvements in self-regulation skills, academic performance, resilience, and mood.Read More
Any sibling relationship will experience resentment, disappointment, and envy. However, taking tips from parenting experts we can address emotions empathetically and help our children build their own relationships, rather than meddling to mold them how we feel they should be.Read More
I really believe in the power of learning these skills at a young age, hopefully relieving our children of the anxiety so many of us experience as adults.
These are 10 of my favorite resources for raising mindful kids!Read More
Regardless of gender, children are little people. Right? They'll grow to be big people. People need to take care of themselves and each other. Realistic, appropriately-sized dolls are an essential part of the toy inventory for any household.Read More
Whether it’s with his smiles and hugs or his tears and disappointment, he is trying to communicate with me. He wants to know he is being heard and understood. He’s trying to figure out his place among the people around him. He’s human. The desire and ability to connect with other humans isn’t a male or female characteristic. It’s a human characteristic.Read More