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This page is all about hands-on tools to make our homes a loving, caring, peaceful nest, one baby step at a time! 

"When we create connection and the required inner space for our soul to thrive, we inevitably allow what is within to come alive and grow to its fullest potential. Our children can sense this positive energy as a result and benefit from our own self-attuning and unfolding."

- Sandra Fazio, Conscious Parenting Coach

The Peaceful Family


Happily Family Calming Plan


The Happily Family Calming Plan: Free & AWESOME Printable

 "5 Minutes to Calm for the Whole Family.

Free worksheet shows how to create a no-fail plan based on brain science and empathy.
Research proven techniques to help kids and parents handle upset feelings"

  • Over 80 ideas and tips to create a calming plan

  • Custom designed for each member of the family

  • Easy to follow steps to create a fun and creative plan

  • What to do with the guide once it is created

  • How and when to use the plan."

"Fighting is inevitable in families. It does not represent weakness but only reality. I know that the way we fight – what we say, how we say it and what we do – can either deepen our intimacy and strengthen our bonds or create divisions and break down trust. Here is our family commitment to one another."

- Jennifer Miller, Confident Parents, Confident Kids

" Conscious Discipline provides a proven and comprehensive approach that will improve both your life and the lives of your children. It empowers you with the self-awareness, brain information, developmental knowledge and useable skills necessary to create safe, connected, problem-solving homes."

* A Gift of Acceptance: AWESOME free printable *

​Printable Posters, Tools & Activities

"Kimochi (KEY.MO.CHEE) means “feeling” in Japanese.

Sometimes kids (and adults) have strong feelings that can fuel challenging behaviors. Sometimes it’s hard to know how to communicate when you are in an emotional moment. Kimochis are a playful way to help children (and adults!) learn how to identify and express feelings. When kids can communicate their feelings effectively, they develop positive social skills that lead to lasting friendships and success in all aspects of life. Kimochis teach the fourth “R”—reading, writing, arithmetic, and RELATIONSHIPS. This “R” is the foundation for success in ALL areas of life."

"Kimochis products are safety tested for ages 3 and up and meet or exceed toy safety testing standards in the United States, Australia, and the European Union."

Childhood 101 Big Emotions Toolbox (+ more!)

"Childhood 101 is a fabulous online resource for parents – we have hundreds of play ideas and parenting articles written by a team of everyday parents, each with a specific passion or area of specialty – it really is your online guide to parenting and play in the real world!"

* * * Managing Big Emotions: Best Resources to Use With Kids * * *

"My goal is to provide information and support to parents so they can create healthy, deep relationships.If you’re a parent, congratulations on embarking on a crazy, joyous adventure."

  • Family Mission Statement Workbook​
    "This workbook will help you and your family determine who you are, why you entered family life in the first place and where you want to go from here."

  • Slow Family Living Handbook
    "Complete with tips, tools, ideas and practical ways you can slow down, connect and truly enjoy family life, this handbook is a must read!"

  • Slow Family Holiday Workbook
    "Intentionally enter your holiday season with this workbook. Stay grounded, clear around your boundaries, and present to the goodness around you."

  • Babysitter Handbook
    "This 45 page downloadable handbook offer new sitters many practical and innovative ways to connect with kids while maintaining their position of being the responsible one in charge."

"We are never too young or too old to hear positive affirmations, loving words, supportive thoughts and encouraging reminders. Some of these simple, yet powerful phrases can be the big difference in a child’s life (ours too) that help to create such a strong (mental) foundation for self-belief, purpose and inner truth and that helps to shape their confidence, self-esteem, worthiness, and sense of feeling “enough.”

The more we become conscious of our internal and external language, the more positive energy we will all feel collectively in our environments. What we put out we get back in return."

The Power of Affirmations, Sandra Fazio

Playful Parent

"Resource Page for Starting Meaningful Conversation in Your Family.

We’re practicing listening now so kids will keep talking later. Let’s get this conversation started!"

How to Teach Kids About the Brain: Laying Strong Foundations for Emotional Intelligence

by Dr Hazel Harrison, Hey Sigmund!

"I tell children that their brains are like a house, with an upstairs and a downstairs. This idea comes from Dr Dan Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson’s book ‘The Whole Brain Child’, and it’s a really simple way to help kids to think about what’s going on inside their head. I’ve taken this analogy one step further by talking about who lives in the house. I tell them stories about the characters who live upstairs, and the ones who live downstairs. Really, what I’m talking about are the functions of the neocortex (our thinking brain – the upstairs), and the limbic system (our feeling brain – the downstairs)."

More Awesome Resource about the Brain:

"I pledge to myself on this day

to try to be kind in every way.

To every person big and small

I will help them if they fall.

When I love myself and others to

that is the best that I can do!"

- The Curriculum Corner

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