Turn your moments together into
Heart-to Heart Time
Daily interactive entertainment and guidance that empowers you to
Bond, Learn, and Grow together!
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Busy doesn’t even begin to describe the hectic – often overwhelming – life for parents with young children these days.
But with just a few moments each day, our engaging activities delivered online and via an app will get you connecting in ways you’ve never imagined.
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Created with support from these incubator programs & Montessori school
Our creator Crystal shares about struggling to find quality time as a family
With modern day living being completely different from generations past, many of us become parents with little practical guidance in light of how things are today.
At least, that’s how life was for me and my husband when we became parents.
I was already extremely busy building my career with aspirations of eventually starting my own business when we took the advice we’d heard so many times before: “There’s no best time to have a baby. So just have a baby when (and if) it feels right.”
So before I knew it, I was a mother of 2 young precious people and I struggled to make quality time for them let alone myself.
I also lived in conflict with how the world would often make me feel I had to live my life. That is, one that still valued fierce competition, perceived learning as a luxury, and kids stuff being well, “kids stuff”.
This was not the world I wanted my kids to grow up in. So I committed to making a change.
But where to start? Life was so busy.
So I asked the experts: I asked my kids.
Our creator Crystal and family before baby brother joined them in 2016.
What I discovered about one-on-one time with my kids
We’re taught that as adults, we need to model behaviour for our kids and it seems we often misinterpret this to mean we must be perfect human specimens for our children.
We live fearful we might mess them up for life if we do the wrong things in front of them. We shield them from our true selves because we believe we need to shelter them.
But what if letting them know us truly and deeply not only helps them be better prepared for the world but also lets them bond with us in ways many of us either wished we did with our own parents, or want for our own children, or both?
And there’s some magic I discovered when our second child was only 4. I would take her out for one-on-one time with me. Our time alone allowed her to shine, to not worry about competing for my attention with her older brother, and with reassurance that I was focused entirely on the two of us.
We created special shared experiences just for the two of us.
And the conversations flowed. And my little daughter became a mature friend before my eyes and we would laugh and share heart-to-heart talks. All from having time together and apart from the rest of the world.
What happens if you don’t and do spend quality bonding time with your kids…
Cite some research about poor outcomes in adulthood
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