Children are whole people who deserve to be seen, heard, and nurtured.

It’s easy to reduce potty training, sleep issues, or any other parenting challenge down to scripts, hacks, and tools. But, toddlers are actual humans with complex emotions and behaviours. That means they won’t just accept a script and automatically respond in the way you wish (like a computer.) We want to help you create a deep, meaningful relationship with your child, so parenting is easier and filled with joy.

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Nurtured First

An Approach To Parenting.

A Call To Action.

“Mutual caring relationships require kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism, joy in the other’s achievements, confidence in oneself, and the ability to give without undue thought of gain.”

– Fred Rogers

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Big tantrums, sleep struggles, and meltdowns after school – the first step is to nurture.

We teach you how to nurture through:

  1. Unconditional Love
  2. Safety & Trust
  3. Responsibility
  4. Curiosity

Unconditional Love

Loving your child and yourself is so important. Showing this love to our children, through one-on-one time, respect and validation, sets the stage for a fulfilling, attached, long-term relationship.
And remember…even though it can be so hard to remember your deep love sometimes, having grace and compassion for your child and yourself, is love.
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Safety & Trust

As parents we want to keep our children safe from the dangers of the world. Using family values as guidance, we help parents to create a trusted parent-child relationship that will keep children safe and give children the space to play and grow up free from harm.


We help children learn the responsibility they have to themselves, their families, and the world. We do this through teaching parents how to discipline with loving and effective boundaries.

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There is always a reason for your child’s behaviour. Behaviour is communication. By showing you how to get curious, we help you to see the child that exists behind the behaviours, not just the behaviour itself. We give you the parenting tools to be patient with your child, understand who they are, and cooperate together.

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Understand Every Age and Stage

Courses to bring out the best in you and your child.

Discover effective solutions to help your unique family thrive. Our expert-led parenting courses provide research-backed strategies to improve your child's sleep, make potty learning easier, overcome challenging bedtimes, reduce tantrums, and much more.

Select your child's age:
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0 - 18 Months Old

Congratulations! Bringing a baby home is a big deal!

We know it isn't easy, though. Navigating postpartum worries and big feelings, diaper changes that feel like wrestling an alligator, to feeling triggered by your baby crying - we are here to help.

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Postpartum Bundle

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18 Months - 4 Years Old

Toddlers love to explore, push your buttons, be curious, and have tantrums.

Ah, toddlers... Little scientists. They are curious and love to explore the world around them, sometimes this this can feel so frustrating for both them and you. They are likely having BIG tantrums, hitting, biting, struggling with the potty, or saying "NO!" or "MINE!" on repeat. If this is your toddler, we have you covered.

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4 - 12 Years Old

School-aged kids have BIG and more complex emotions.

As kids get older, their emotions become deeper and more complex. Tantrums over the colour of their plate turn into tears over a friend hurting their feelings. From bedtime, school drop-offs, separation anxiety, and everything in between, it can be tricky knowing how to deal with their deep feelings and big behaviours.

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