When you are wondering what is in your child’s mind, when you are trying to see the world from her eyes, or when you are thinking to yourself: 'what feeling or thought could have led her to behave like that?', your curiosity is like a lighthouse's illuminating beam.


Your child thrives on you trying to understand, 
even when you get it wrong. Find out more →



When you are simply 'there' for your child, you make him feel safe. Your presence is a welcome place for him to rest and be himself; to seek comfort if something has been difficult, or share delight and tell stories. For your child, you are the safe harbour he needs between adventures.


Just being there helps your child feel
brave enough to try new things. Find out more →