When you are hired for a job, there is usually a three to the six-month training process. When you become a parent, you learn on the job, with practically no help or support.
You will struggle, questioning if what you are doing is right or wrong. When the advice you get from others doesn’t work, your depression increases, and you feel hopeless.
Despite the struggles you may face, being a parent involves a human life. It is a life or death situation, with you responsible for protecting your child’s well-being.
You must remember that every child is an individual and that just because something worked for one child does not mean it will work for your child. The best thing you can do as a parent is to keep trying until you find what is right for you and your family.
The reassurance that each child requires an individual approach gave our parents the hope they needed to continue doing their best for their children. We showed them that they had just gotten the wrong advice, from someone who doesn’t understand the unique factor of children.
We wanted to help parents outside of our nursery, as well. Parents that are looking for a new way to change their lives. But we didn’t know how.
We began teaching parenting workshops outside the nursery, but that consumed a lot of time and was not helping as many parents as we wanted.
So, we decided to change our name from Parent Care to Little One's Life Skills. Our mission is to put together as much information as we can, at the lowest price possible, to benefit and support parents.
Little One's Life Skills is changing the lives of many parents around the world, by supporting them through the toughest job they will ever have.
The knowledge I have learned from my failures and successes, as both a parent and a teacher, allow me to help improve the lives of families worldwide.
At Little One’s Life Skills, We Change Lives and Create Life Changers.