Want to make parenting easier and family life more fun? Learn to use art as part of your parenting toolkit to improve family life and foster kids’ creativity.
Art can make parenting easier.
And art can make you a better parent.
I swear it’s true.
I’m not talking about turning your home into a paint-splattered studio. Although that might be an interesting experiment.
I’m talking about making art and creativity a bigger part of your family life. Even just a tiny bit bigger.
I’m talking about using art at transition times during the day to make them go more smoothly.
Happy kid, happy parent.
I’m talking about using simple art invitations to engage your child’s creativity and development.
You don’t have to rely on expensive subscription boxes or complicated kits.
I’m talking about setting up an art space that your child can use to doodle, create, and build whenever inspiration strikes.
Creative confidence grows over time.
I’m talking about playing a simple back-and-forth drawing game together while waiting for your food to arrive at the restaurant.
Giving your family the gift of creative connection can happen in small pockets of time.
Would you like to use art to make parenting easier and better?
You can DIY it with my book, The Artful Parent: Simple Ways to Fill Your Family’s Life with Art & Creativity and my blog posts.
OR! Enroll in my Artful Parenting 101 Courses and get structured guidance, self-paced lessons, helpful printables, and my most up-to-date info and knowledge. (Bonus! I’m running a big twice a year sale right now so all courses are 40% off this week with code SUMMER40)