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Hey Mamacita.


HOW ABOUT QUALITY HOME TIME

WITH YOUR LITTLE BIRDS,

MINUS

LOSING ANY (MORE)  SLEEP OR SANITY PLANNING IT? 

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Hey Mamacita.


HOW ABOUT QUALITY HOME TIME

WITH YOUR LITTLE BIRDS,

MINUS

LOSING ANY (MORE)  SLEEP OR SANITY PLANNING IT? 

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We’ve got you covered.  

Fun, easy activities for you + your little ones delivered weekly to your inbox,

all month long.

For less than a couple of lattes.

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Being home with littles can be so...delish.

Those little hands + feet!  Those curly heads!  The hugs, kisses, cuddles, and tiny voices!  

Good gawd, if only you could bottle it all up and save some for later.

But sometimes figuring out what to do with them - that isn’t a Curious George marathon or coloring (again) - can feel like such a #parentingfail.  Especially when you need some DAMN SLEEP.

You jump onto Pinterest, imagining all those wonderful memories you’re about to create.  You gonna get all up in that memory creatin' 

Two hours and 2000 playdough recipes later (it has to be The One), you look at the clock and it’s...11:30 PM??!!

And you still don’t have anything planned for tomorrow.  

And the weather’s supposed to suck, so you can’t just hit the park.  

And come 7:00 am, unless you get something figured out, your day’s gonna go something like this:

“Mommymommymommymommymommymommy.”

To top it off, your supermom friend seems to have it all figured out (thanks a bunch, Instagram).

She didn’t just buy the Design Sponge book, she did some of the damn projects and now her kids’ rooms look like they're on Apartment Therapy.

When she's done Design Sponge-ing, she throws some applesauce-less Lulu Lemons over that sculpted ass, puts her cute babies into the Bob, and skips behind it with a latte in her hand, never spilling a drop.  

Or at least you’re pretty sure that’s how it all goes down.* 

Oh, hey.  We woke up like this, and were out the door before 8:30.  On a Saturday.  Can you say "stroller" in French, honey?

Oh, hey.  We woke up like this, and were out the door before 8:30.  On a Saturday.  Can you say "stroller" in French, honey?

*It doesn’t.  Being a mom ain’t for candy asses.  Supermom friend hasn’t washed her hair in 6 days because hair time has been replaced with under-eye concealer time because one of those cute babies hasn’t slept through the night for 8 weeks straight.

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Even supermoms NEED a littLe help.


Psst: You're a supermom.  Just ask your kids.

Even supermoms NEED a littLe help.


Psst: You're a supermom.  Just ask your kids.

We take the thinking and searching and hand wringing out of it all month long.

3 fun, easy, and engaging activities to do with your kids sent to your inbox every week, AND:

  • It’s usually with things you already have on hand
  • You get a downloadable, printable version of each activity to hang on the fridge & follow along

  • They’re designed with a purpose - to encourage important things like motor skills, imagination, and independence. 

The activities are mostly geared for toddlers through kindergarten, but we include modifications for your older and younger birdies.

We also cover things like:

  • Setting up your home for your little birds to succeed

  • Curating your kids’ space to keep them interested and to grow those little minds

WHY 3?

  • the novelty of new activities lasts for at least a couple of days and kids usually ask to repeat things. A lot. Have you seen Frozen?

  • Life with kids means you also need to carve out time for: getting outside, grocery shopping, dental appointments, Amy Schumer binge naps, play dates, fevers…

  • In short, you probably won’t be able to do more than 3 new activities any given week. If you can, can we have some of what you’re having?

We also include little surprises + gifts for moms.  Because: I-wanted-to-cut-my-waffle-MYSELF meltdowns.  

Sometimes you just need a little somethin'

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The quickest way for a parent to get a child’s attention is to sit down and look comfortable.
— Lane Olinghouse
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Music


Music


Music can change your littles’ brains--for the better.

No joke.  Studies from around the world have shown over and over that music enhances social and emotional development, and gives them an edge in areas like math, language and literacy.

Best part: you don’t need conservatory training or to spend lots of money to give your kids a great musical foundation.

Giving your kid the gift of music doesn’t have to mean expensive instruments, shuttling them from lesson to lesson, forcing them to practice, or even leaving the house.  All you really need is some imagination and desire.  

That’s why we include at least 2 musical activities each month.  They’re designed to be easy, to (for the most part) use whatever you have on hand, and to spark imagination and creativity.  You’ll probably find that you’re enjoying the hell out of it, too.

Who better to be their first music teacher than the person they love the most? (YOU)

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The Approach


The Approach


After seeing my oldest little bird flourish at her Constructivist/Montessori pre-school (the one I love so much that I blubbered at her end-of-year parent/teacher meeting), I’m a believer.  

What is Montessori?

In a nutshell, it’s a scientifically proven method of teaching + caring for kids that fosters independent & creative thinking and problem solving.  

Kinda the stuff you’d want to cultivate in your kids if you fantasize about their future with Google/Pixar/Stanford/TED talks.  

So the activities you’ll get each week are largely about the process, not a specific outcome.  

Translation: you ain’t gonna have a lot of cutesy stuff to hang on the wall.  But you will have fun with your littles, boost their creativity and build their confidence.

Each activity comes with a short explanation of how it benefits your littles’ development so you can start to get the hang of Montessori and apply it everywhere else you see fit.

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How it works


How it works


For less than a couple of lattes, we deliver this goodness to you once weekly, all month long.

:: And we’ll also throw in lots of bonus supermom super tools ::

Okay mammina: so that we can take really good care of you, we only open registration a few times a year.  

When you register, you'll be locked into your price FOR LIFE.

We can’t do your laundry or cook for you, but we can probably carve out a little time for your date with 2-buck Chuck and People

 

Now grab that latte and skip along behind your Bob, with that feeling you get when your hair looks good, you have more than one pair of clean yoga pants, and you’re crushin’ Instagram with cuteness bombs and hellzYA-I-did-this glory.

You can totally do this, mama.

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