Unlocking your child's
We care about child development and we take pride into taking the time and planning for the parenting journey ahead. If you want to be an intentional parent, if you want to learn how to best raise your child by providing rich experiences and allowing them to develop to their fullest, this is the place for you!
Small group classes focusing on the big picture of becoming parents and raising a child. Everything you need to know from the basics of newborn care to abstract concepts of meaningful parenting engagement.
Individualized advice and guidance on sleeping conditioning, establishing routines, positive disciple, behavioral guidance as well as maternity concierge services including nursery and baby-shower registry and much more.
Sometimes you just need that extra set of hands right there next you while you recover or when you need to catch up on sleep! We provide overnight respite, as well as 24/3 newborn care.
Always tuned into the latest research, we learned about how the experiences during the first years of life have greater impact in brain development as they are directly related with the cognitive, physical and socio-emotional development of a child. The stronger these experiences are, the stronger is the connection between neurons wiring your child’s brain. Our mission, is to teach parents approaches to foster and maximize positive connections that lead to thriving children and adults for years to come.
There are several resources for new parents out there but none of them focus on the big picture, on the three year journey ahead which is the foundation and indicator of success in the years to follow. Thaty is a Master Educator who has combined experience working as a teacher, educational consultant, coach, and parent educator on top of working closely with families in the in-home childcare industry, co-raising over a dozen children who are the ultimate testimony of her work. Read more about Thaty's accolades here.
“If I had my child to raise all over again, I’d build self-esteem first, and the house later. I’d finger-paint more, and point the finger less. I would do less correcting and more connecting. I’d take my eyes off my watch, and watch with my eyes. I’d take more hikes and fly more kites. I’d stop playing serious, and seriously play. I would run through more fields and gaze at more stars. I’d do more hugging and less tugging.”