Are you feeling overwhelmed with your toddler and worried about whether or not you’re making good parenting choices?

Are you looking for another way, but unsure of where to start?

I can help.

I'm not here to tell you that you aren't enough. Our society, media, the parenting industry, and probably your inner voice already tell you that plenty.

I'm here to tell you... You ARE Enough. Truly, you are.

And the reason you haven’t fully embraced that truth yet is because you're carrying some old beliefs and patterns around that are preventing you from owning your enough-ness.

But you already knew that, didn't you?

You're here because you're ready for a change. You're ready TO change.

You are in the right place.

Those beliefs and old patterns that are holding you back – you created them out of necessity at different times in your life. It's time to let them go, so you can replace them with new beliefs. Expansive, empowering, supportive beliefs.

The kinds of beliefs that, when you put your head down on your pillow to (hopefully!) sleep, put your mind at ease instead of winding it up.

The kinds of beliefs that sound like a sweet melody at the end of a long day (or night, as it were) instead of telling you everything you did wrong.

The kinds of beliefs that feel like strength and confidence in your bones, even when you've made more mistakes than you'd care to count that day.

Mistakes WILL happen. And you don't need to ruminate on them and beat yourself up about them for hours, days, or weeks on end. With your new beliefs, you'll know that you can acknowledge the mistake, learn from it, clean it up, and move on with your days from a centered and wiser place.

Learning is the key.

There's no such thing as a "perfect" mom (believe me, I’ve tried haha). Your job is to teach your child how to thrive in all of their perfect imperfection by showing them how you thrive in your imperfection.

How you pick yourself up after you fall. How you engage with ALL of your feelings. How you take care of yourself. How you talk to yourself. How you talk to others. How you apologize and own up to your mistakes. How you learn. How you make decisions from a place of trust & clarity. How you cultivated that trust & clarity to begin with. How you believe in & love yourself. How you support others.

Because while, sure, there are feeding and diapering and sleeping choices to be made, the more important choice is to raise a resilient, reflective, resourceful adult. And in order to do that, you must be resilient, resourceful, and reflective yourself.

That's where I come in. I help you turn challenging moments into opportunities to turn inward and understand your self better – to explore why you're thinking and feeling the way you are in any given circumstance, and how to move forward productively from there.

When you approach motherhood from a place of taking ownership for how you are contributing to your moment-to-moment experience of life, you create a beautiful space in which your child can be seen and known for all of their unique brilliance.

As you cultivate the lifelong practice of loving and seeing your self, you give your child the beautiful gift of learning to do that for themselves, too.

And THAT is what parenting is all about. It's how you teach them, through your own actions and conversations, what it means to be a resilient, reflective, and resourceful human, perfectly imperfect and aware that they are worthy of love and belonging exactly as they are.