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Mothering Resilience.

Resilience. We’re hearing this term more & more – in parenting groups, in schools, in communities. Raising resilient children – children who have the capacity & the tools to face life’s inevitable challenges & move through them with calm & confidence, to emerge on the other side with new learning […]


We Started Solids & Baby’s Not Pooping!

Solid food introduction is a very exciting time – for You and for Baby.
It’s also a common time for Mamas to notice a change in Baby’s digestion.
We often expect the change in poop – consistency (thicker!), colour and content (hello tiny food chunks!) – delightful! What we don’t expect […]


Connecting with Inner Wisdom: The Labyrinth

Labyrinths have been with us for thousands of years, throughout the world, in a variety of forms – carved into rock, painted on pottery, laid out on the ground. Transcending time, religion and culture, they’ve been long associated with spirituality and ritual – a universal tool that can assist the […]


Tapping Into Calm, for Kids!

Not too long ago, I wrote about tapping (EFT) as a wonderful practice for connecting with more ease on our mothering journeys – a wonderful tool for us to use as Mamas, but also so magnificent for us to teach our children! Tapping helps children learn more about their emotions […]


Summertime Breastfeeding: A hot, sticky affair!

When the weather is hot and humid, breastfeeding can be uncomfortable for mama and baby. 
And, mamas often wonder if breastfeeding is enough to keep baby hydrated.
For little ones under six months, breastmilk contains all the hydration baby needs.  You may find baby wants to nurse more often, for shorter […]


Tapping Into Ease on Your Mothering Journey

The transition to motherhood, along with it’s joys and challenges, provides a beautiful opportunity for growth and healing.
From preconception through pregnancy, birth and early mothering, we’re confronted with shifts and changes in our physical bodies, our emotions and our energy.
How we experience these shifts has the potential to influence our […]