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My Mindset for Kids; How to Use the Prints

My Mindset For Kids This package is designed to help you and your child begin a practice of mindfulness and cultivate a growth mindset to carry forward with them as they grow. This digital print can be assembled into a booklet for the child, hung on a wall, or a combination of both. I wanted …

If you think this post is about you; It is!

You my dear, need to hear this. You’ve been doing fine, but you’re surviving in a life you were meant to thrive in. You have been only scraping the surface of your real potential. I know you work hard, and I know you’re doing the best you can most days. I know it’s not easy. …

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Overcoming Fear; Inspired by my kindergartener

Overcoming fear is tough for all of us, especially the little ones. This year, my oldest child started kindergarten. As many of you know from having been here yourself, this can be a really tough transition for the child and for the parents. Starting daycare, starting school, even the start of each new school year …

Are Catastrophic Thoughts Stealing Your Joy?

It’s been a year and a half since I’ve seen my parents, and even longer since I’ve seen my brother, sister in law and nephew. I just found out ALL of them are coming to visit me very soon! To say I’m excited is an understatement. I am so full of joy to be reunited …

How to Build a Human

Ok, that title might sound like a slight over statement, but that’s what we’re doing right? We all know how babies are made, but that’s only the first step. As parents we create this life and build these tiny beautiful babies who become feisty little toddlers, sweet little children, admirable young adults and then eventually …

Tantrums, Control and Growing together

This last little while I’ve found myself saying “she’s just so bad” on more than few occasions when talking about my 2.5 year old daughter. As soon as the words come out of my mouth they don’t feel right. I know she’s not “bad” so what is it? When she wants a toy, she takes …