children running along rope bridge in risky play

Play is the work of childhood. 

– Fred Rogers

Thank you for joining me for my workshop!  I hope you have gained some insight to help with nourishing your baby’s development. 

What I shared today is just the tip of the iceberg. If you’re ready to learn more and, more importantly, put theory into practice, then learn more about my in person baby and parent learn and play classes! 

Part free-play session for your baby, part honing your skills as a new parent to be the support your baby needs. It’s also a safe community space to find other parents with same-aged children who are experiencing the same highs and struggles as your little family is. 

Today, I’m offering an opportunity to win a free Play2Grow class. Simply fill out the form and we’ll draw a winner!

Find out more about Play2Grow by clicking on this link: https://www.imperfectparent.ca/classes

– Monica, Imperfect Parent