Make nature play fun and easy for both you and your child!
Stop feeling overwhelmed by how to get your kids off technology.
Get ongoing support to embrace regular outdoor time while raising confident, happy kids!
I understand how you’re feeling.
You want more nature play in your child’s life but there’s never enough time in the day.
You want your child to play outside but your child quickly loses interest and demands to go back on their device.
You want to create enticing nature play spaces for your child but you don’t know how to make the most of the space you have.
You want your child to experience the benefits of nature….but you feel totally lost and overwhelmed!
I have so been there.
As a first-time mum, I felt pulled in so many directions, my time and attention hijacked by the dishes piling up in the sink and the mountain of clothes in the laundry. When I went back to work, it just got worse.
I felt like I was failing my child by not providing her with the very best start.
As an environmental education officer, I knew how important time in nature was. I knew it would build her independence, resilience and support her curious mind. I knew that it made her happier, healthier and reduce the impacts of our busy high-tech lives. I knew that time spent in nature together would make me a better mother too.
I just wanted someone to show me how.
I wanted to be shown how to set up an easy nature play activity and how to let go of the anxious feeling that my little one was going to hurt themselves. I wanted to know how to set up a nature play space that would encourage her to explore more independent outdoor play.
I didn’t want to go hiking every day, homeschool my children or backpack around the world with a toddler. I just wanted to give her a childhood that valued playtime outside because the benefits were worth the effort.
Now I’m a confident, playful mother to three little people and I’m here to share my path with you and guide you along yours.
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