Getting rid of toys can be an emotional thing - it’s hard to let go of our child’s past. But letting go is necessary for your child’s growth and more so, for your own sanity around the house. This guide will help you with both the practical and the emotional side of letting of your child’s old toys and clearing space for new growth for your family.
this book covers:
- Why simplify— top benefits for kids (and parents)
- What is getting in the way
- The nitty gritty: activities of daily life (dressing, bathing and grooming, mealtime, play, reading stories, arts and crafts, keepsakes)
- Going forward
about lynne, the author:
She helps families find their way through the mess and beauty of life, one on one, in groups and on retreats in Toronto and online. She inspires them to develop new habits, skills and perspectives that make parenting— and life— more meaningful.
She combines her background as a holistic occupational therapist and doula with her experience as a highly sensitive mother, meeting every family where they are at, so that they can feel more calm, confident and connected.
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Series starting spring and fall 2017.