Children often have their own unique ways in making connections with others. A child may express a certain need through behaviour to their parents, and it can be a challenge to read between the lines. Perhaps you have a similar experience, which is why I would love to share my story with Delft MaMa. In my practice as a Parent Coach, I help parents and children identify unhelpful patterns and find workable alternatives. I would like to warmly invite you on a journey in the form of a case that one mom shared with me.Read More »How to Identify Your Family’s Unhelpful Patterns
The Multi-tasking Myth One misconception about postpartum life is the expectation that new moms are able to constantly have their newborns within arm’s reach, as… Read More »[Design & Parenting: Baby Swings] Between Holding on & Letting Go
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Our oldest daughter taking a leap!
An interview with Andrea, discussing the transition to Dutch middelbare school.
Welcome to the first blog post after the summer hiatus! Caroline Kappers brings us a thought-provoking piece about choosing to have, not have, or stop having, children. Each couple’s choice is an extremely personal one, and I thank Caroline for being open about their choice. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and happy reading. We look forward to hearing from you about this topic in the comments!