Many parents tell me they feel like they’re doing so much, and at the same time… they worry it’s not enough.
They’re tired… and yet they feel like they haven’t even scratched the surface of what their child needs to thrive.
I want you to know this - you ARE enough.
Your kids are blessed to have you as their parent.
I know on those long days (like the ones where your child's tantrums make you feel like having one yourself!), it might not feel like it.
But it’s true.
Parenting isn’t easy. Figuring out how to help your child learn and grow educationally and socially can be overwhelming (to say the least).
Maybe you’ve scoured the internet for activities or lessons that your child needs right now. That will meet them where they are and help them grow at the appropriate, research-based pace.
But before you can say “they aren’t even in kindergarten yet”, you’re barraged with unsolicited advice, blog posts, and programs (not backed by data) that tell you your kid should be reading practically the moment they come out of the womb.
It’s a lot to take in, especially when you’re already wondering if you’re doing enough.
For the past few years, I’ve been working with small groups of parents who want to help their child develop on pace with what up-to-date research says they should be learning, not only cognitively, but socially too.
Through the Learning Through Play program, busy parents like you have learned how to accomplish more by doing less (which is perfect for toddler parents - it can get pretty tiring out there!)