We all hear it, constantly!
“Come play with me, come play with me, come play with me!”
Listen, no one understands more than I do that as a busy parent the one of the hardest things to do is step out of your routine and play.
Especially with a Highly Sensitive Child and it’s not always “fun.”
Like when it ends in your highly sensitive child melting down because they didn’t win.
Nope. Forget it!
With life's huge to-do list, play time feels like extra baggage.
But listen up - connection cures what ails that sweet soul.
And playtime heals in ways task-tackling never will.
Play is the child’s language.
If you ever feel like you’re speaking a different language than your HSC, this is your secret weapon!
It's time to lose your inner critic, let your flag fly free, and join the frolic no apologies!
The holidays are approaching and they lend a hand at being playful.
So there’s no time like the present to implement playtime in your routine.
My team helps tired parents break through barriers keeping them from simple joy.
It doesn’t have to be complicated.
You can incorporate play into other activities; cooking, cleaning, or running errands.
We provide small shifts packing huge rewards - like scheduling goofiness or swapping phones for faces (and having them willingly participate!).
We have helped numerous families with ways to incorporate playful moments into their daily routine and then gradually build up to more involved play activities.
We get that adulting pulls you away.
It’s not something that comes naturally anymore.
That’s why we are here to help.
We have effective strategies that teach you how to make this a part of who you are and your everyday life.
Imagine effortlessly communicating with your HSC through play…
Instead of it ending in hair pulling meltdowns and tears.
Why keep half-stepping into play when full-dive awaits?
Book your call with my team today.
lt’s time to learn your way back into living large through pure joy and smiles.
Your child deserves wild whimsy fueling a lifetime of closeness.
So go here - your inner kid is waiting with hands outstretched.
Grab hold and let the play begin!