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Today I’m here with my friend Leah McDermott talking about Reading on the natural learning path.

Today I’m here with my friend Dr. Tamara Soles talking about Discipline on the gentle parenting path.

Today I’m here with my friend Joy MacTavish talking about Breastfeeding on the natural path: on cue, at night, in public, and full term.

Today I’m here with my friend Robyn Robertson talking about adventure.

Today I’m here with my friend Pam Laricchia talking about Deschooling.

I’m here with my friend Dr. Cassidy Freitas, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in San Diego, talking about Therapy

Today I’m here with my friend Jo Watt of the blog and Instagram Girls Unschooled, talking about our role as parents on a natural learning path. 

  Listen in iTunes | Listen in Stitcher | Listen in Spotify This is episode 1 and today I’ll be giving you an introduction to who I am and what this podcast is all about (natural homeschooling, gentle parenting, simple living, and family adventure). As an avid podcast listener myself, I really appreciate when I […]

I emerged from childhood with a lot of healing to do. On this I know I am not unique. Prior to motherhood, I did strive to be my best self, and some of that did include working through some of those wounds that stuck out most. But only once I emerged from the pregnancy chrysalis […]

What is boredom and how can we help support our children through it? Let’s unpack, shift, and live better, together. We’ve all seen the negative stereotype of the schooled child on summer break, sitting at home surrounded by stuff and whining, “I’m bored!” while the disengaged parent hides and scours Pinterest for new pretty toys […]

The goal of every conversation should be to join with your child, to lovingly and respectfully unite in collaboration. Words have the remarkable power to weave a durable and warm tapestry of connection. The opening words of a conversation, formulated with respect, empathy, and openness, place you both on the path of cooperative, joyful togetherness. […]