Reading parenting books sometimes hurts my soul because they often have conflicting advice and sometimes come with a heavy dose of parental judgement. WhenThen resources focus on strength and are written with warmth and positivity. To me the best part is they are based on the best evidence that is currently available.
The topics covered are the fodder for our dinnertime conversations where my husband and I do our parental plotting. I almost can’t wait for our daughter to give us some attitude so we can apply what we’ve learned from WhenThen. Almost! 🙂
— Christina T, mom to a great little girl (Mission, BC)