Unlock The Secrets To Playful Days At Home
I’m here to help you decode the early years.
As a qualified teacher, researcher and mum to three, I have a lot of tools in my pocket that will help you to become a more playful parent
Enjoying not enduring
Struggling to get through the long, samey days at home with the kids?
You know the ones, where you check your watch thinking it’s almost nap time, but OMG it’s only 8am?!
If you currently count solo trips to the restroom as self-care and dream of the days you can drink your latte hot, then you’re in the right place.
Imagine a world where you can be a playful, present parent AND make time for yourself!
What's it all about?
Playful Parenting is at the centre of everything I do.
As a trained teacher, I spent years studying and observing different learning styles. I’ve used my experiences of both classroom teaching and raising my three children to create my own methods of playful parenting.
These methods have allowed me to find the life balance that I craved. I have set up a life for myself so that I can truly embrace the early years of motherhood.
I don’t believe that motherhood HAS to be about survival mode and just ‘getting through’ until bedtime.
Life is way too short to live that way. You can raise brilliant, unique children WITHOUT martyring yourself in the process.
Steps to a simpler, playful life at home
Establish a gentle Daily rhythm
Understand the core elements of playful days at home with kids. And p.s. 24/7 entertainment is not the answer!
Create a playful home Environment
Your home acts as the third teacher. learn how to create playful spaces that cultivate independence and creativity.
Unlock authentic play
Learn all about the how's and whys of play. Create activities and play spaces that will actually work for YOUR child.
News & Activities
There’s no denying that the past 18 months of the coronavirus has been draining on all of us. But what about the impact it has on young children? This week,
The IKEA Flisat table is one of the current ‘must-have items doing the rounds on Instagram and it is PERFECT for simple toddler play activities.
When it comes to art in the early years, I am so passionate about letting young children explore! Toddlers are little adventurers after all. As a early childhood special educator, I know that Sarah Szuminski feels the same. That’s why I’ve invited her to write a guest blog post all about process art with toddlers.
Parenting toddlers can be tough! That’s why I’ve asked child psychologist Dr. Cara Damiano Goodwin, PhD of Parenting Translator to write this week’s guest post. Dr Cara is sharing 7 evidence-based ways to handle toddler aggression.