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"Words. As the little child learns them, understands them, speaks them, and exchanges them, the capacity for formative conversation begins. Bright Littles is one of mom’s efforts to get these important conversations started. These materials help answer the parental question: “What should we talk about?” Simple and easy to use: well done!"

Carl P., Ph.D (counselor, author, and educator)

"As a public school teacher, the safety journal should be a part of every teacher’s curriculum. It addresses important and potentially life-saving issues. The time to talk about these issues with our kids is before we think it might happen. The journal is interactive and engaging, talking about tough subjects empowers and educates them at a young age."

Amy W. (educator & mom)

"As someone who creates compliance and safety training for adults, I am thrilled that the Safety Journal tackles important themes that kids will benefit from throughout their lives. Planning ahead, being prepared, and thinking through scenarios are great habits for kids to develop, and the earlier, the better! This resource is invaluable for parents and families."

Ellen C. (Learning & Development Specialist)

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Words Matter
Do you say "yes" to too many things? Yep, me too! Learning to set boundaries is hard to teach when most adults struggle to have boundaries themselves...

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Safety
As a parent, we want to protect our kids and shield them from the world they live in. I personally would like to wrap Poppy in bubble wrap and not let her out of the house until she's 30, but that's not an option...

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Boundaries
Do you say "yes" to too many things? Yep, me too! Learning to set boundaries is hard to teach when most adults struggle to have boundaries themselves...

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