You're a mom who wants to connect with herself and her kids. Let's celebrate! This is a series of small traveling events that promote partnership and improved communication between mothers and their children. If you want to spend a few days learning how to be a better parent while being a better you, read on. If you want to spend some quality time with your kids away from the hustle and bustle of your busy schedules, read on. If you want to work on some creative projects in a retreat-like atmosphere, read on. (but wait! I thought this was an unschooling conference? Not anymore.)
We present ideas and opportunities to expand your social network in support of your efforts to create a peaceful home and a vibrant life. Through intimate conversations you will be challenged to consider how to mother in a more meaningful way. Participate directly in discussions with experienced parents and walk away with valuable insights, new solutions and answers to the questions you've been wanting to ask. This is where you'll meet the people who will help you no matter where you are on your path. Please come with a wide open mind and wide open heart. Open to the possibilities.
We offer a variety of fun possibilities for adults and children alike, designed to introduce you to new friends and give you space to deepen existing connections. We'll have projects and chat circles and opportunities to mix and mingle and meet. The friendships you make here will strengthen your commitment and bolster you when you feel challenged. Meeting other mindful families is often a key component to parenting with happiness and Wide Sky Days offers you an intimate community of support.
We aren't interested in prescribed one-size-fits-all solutions or rigid rule-based relationships, choosing instead to explore the world with intention and connection. Our days are meant to be lived according to our desires and interests. So let's celebrate those unique qualities and build relationships with our kids so they feel supported in unfolding into all they want to be.
More details will follow as the 2013 program is established.