Sign up for this free minicourse to learn how to engage with a toddler in a satisfying way for both caregiver and child.

This course includes a free download of positive affirmations every parent needs.


Kristin saying "Hi."

Hi, I’m Kristin!


I love children more than anything. And children love music.

I have cared for children all my life and have found music to be the best way to engage with them. I want to share my knowledge of how toddlers think and interact so you can enjoy your child more and your toddler can be more content. I know you will feel like a better parent after taking this course.

Course Curriculum

  Welcome to Parenting School
Available in days
days after you enroll
  How to Engage With Your Toddler
Available in days
days after you enroll
  More Love and Learning
Available in days
days after you enroll

Don't miss out on these secrets earned from my many mistakes and gratefully a few successes.

FREE

Parenting School 101: How to Engage with Your Toddler

Inspiring Tips to Having a Happy Toddler (Without Leaving Your Home Nor Changing Your Routine)

After taking my mini parenting course, parents who dread days stuck in the house with their toddler because they are out of ideas that will satisfy the child’s need to be supervised, challenged, and happy will feel like a better parent. They will feel more pleased with their parenting because they: Have had quality interaction with their child, Have discovered new things they have in common to talk and sing about with their child, Feel "listened" to thus understood and more content, and Are the parent with the interactive, satisfied, happy child.

Kristin with her 10 siblings. She is the oldest.
I have had a lot of practice.

My 10 brothers and sisters were all funny cute kids that taught me a lot about what children are all about and how to get along with them. (I am the tallest one in this photo, but not anymore...)

Kristin interacting with a toddler.
Interacting with toddlers starts with watching them.

Who is this unique person?

What do they want? What do they like?

What do they understand? What do they need?


Kids are people with ideas, feelings, and seriously cool abilities.
My nephew was bummed out. I could tell.

After getting down to his level and listening to him for a long time, I came to understand how hard his morning had been. He felt so much better after being heard. (P.S. His mom is really good at listening to her kids. I am glad I got a turn this particular day.)


Want to learn how to have meaningful exchanges with your young child all day long? Take my FREE Mini-course TODAY. After applying what you learn from my video course you will understand your child better and they will be more content. Don't let another day go by without learning how to REALLY listen to your toddler.

In teaching you the VERY IMPORTANT truths about children, I am not going to hold anything back. I have been known to tip-toe around the tulips of peoples differing situations and opinions. Well, I am not going to be your sweet friend anymore. I am going to be your teacher.




This school is about real answers: truth as it has stood the test of time and experience. I will NOT teach you a little here and a little there, dancing around the facts to avoid hurting your feelings.




If you are ready for real growth and more joy in your parenting, you are ready for this course.


Kristin has been featured in:

Raising Arizona Kids logo


East Valley Tribune logo


You don’t want to spend another day frustrated with your child. EVEN MORE IMPORTANTLY, you want your child to be happy TODAY.

FREE

Parenting School 101: How to Engage with Your Toddler

Inspiring Tips to Having a Happy Toddler (Without Leaving Your Home Nor Changing Your Routine)

After taking my mini parenting course, parents who dread days stuck in the house with their toddler because they are out of ideas that will satisfy the child’s need to be supervised, challenged, and happy will feel like a better parent. They will feel more pleased with their parenting because they: Have had quality interaction with their child, Have discovered new things they have in common to talk and sing about with their child, Feel "listened" to thus understood and more content, and Are the parent with the interactive, satisfied, happy child.