Everybody Needs a Bear Hug

Kid’s Advice for their Parents 365 Days a Year Allows You and Your Child to Bond, Creating a Life-long Positive Relationship!

You can learn and share the knowledge on how to Bond, and create a Positive Life-long Relationship with your child.

Children grow up to be adults, and we care about their emotional development and well-being. Your actions and behavior are showing your child the lessons that will last a lifetime.

You’ll love this book because it not only helps you grow as a parent, it helps you build a better relationship with your child.

Here is an excerpt from the book, “January 14thWe love presents in small packages. The surprise is what is most important.”

Satisfaction is guaranteed –  As one of our readers says; “Children instinctively know what they need from their parents in order to optimize their growth and development. However, kids are often unable to express their perceptions to the people most important to them. This calendar speaks on their behalf, conveying the wisdom of children in a loving and heartfelt manner. Each daily notation will give mothers and fathers insight into their child’s mind, and remind them how to stay on track in their nurturing efforts.”

Testimonials

Children instinctively know what they need from their parents in order to optimize their own growth and development. However, kids are often unable to express their perceptions to the people most important to them. This calendar speaks on their behalf, conveying the wisdom of children in a loving and heartfelt manner. Each daily notation will give mothers and fathers insight into their child’s mind, and remind them how to stay on track in their nurturing efforts.

Jeanne Ramsey Mother and Author of “Daughter of My Heart”

When it comes to raising confident, happy children there’s so much advice and tips. As a parent, listening to the needs of your child is your number one priority, so why not hear from the experts… the children. Craig and Natasha have turned the tables and instead of parents advising parents, they allow children to give parents advice. Embrace the journey of parenthood, and know that this heartfelt guide will allow you and your child to bond and create a life-long positive relationship

Erainna Winnett, Ed.S.
School Counselor and Children’s Book Author

I felt very inspired by the Bear Hug quotes!  As a successful business owner, I realize that my greatest commitment is to raise my son in a way that supports him in maturing into a thoughtful man who is able to have a soft heart, rich relationships, and a successful life.

Reading the daily quotes inspired me to see through the eyes of my child.  I feel inspired to place some of the quotes that resonate with me on my fridge so that I can have an easy reminder to take the action recommended in the quote and show up in a way that makes an even greater difference and impact for my son.

I also believe that these quotes will provide helpful and gentle reminders for my husband, who often gets busy and even though he is a fantastic father, can support him in slowing down and being more present, and patient without son!

Leslie Cunningham 
President of “Impact & Profits Business Consulting” , Leadership and Teamwork Development Expert

Our family has been moving back and forth from Europe to Asia in the past 5 years.

During that time, my wife and myself have often questionned the impact of our lifestyle on the well-being and development of our 4 and 6-year-old kids.

Thanks, Craig and Nathasa for helping us during our journey to become better parents through your “365 days of parenting guidebook.”

More than ever, we realize that parenting is a never-ending process in which communication and pragmatic thinking are key.

Our take-home message from this wonderful book: Raising kids is a huge responsibility….but let’s also not take it too seriously, it can actually be fun for both kids and parents.

Kay De Vreese
Claudia Debrabandere, Belgium/Vietnam/Cambodia

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