Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The UnNanny Chronicles

For over a year now I've been going into the homes of families looking to live a more peaceful, respectful parenting paradigm with their children. I have even been featured on the ABC show Nightline where I was filmed and interviewed about my role as the "UnNanny".

It has been an incredible year and I have been hired by families all over the country to help them learn more about Unschooling by having me by their sides for a total immersion experience. I can experience your life and everyday parenting issues and help you in the moment with options, alternatives and ideas that will change your idea of parenting and relationships with your children and one another as partners.

Here is a letter that I received from an amazing family who I will never forget. We will always have a special connection because of our time together. I am so grateful to have the opportunity to bring more peace in the homes of other families.

If you are interested in learning how I can help your family, just drop me an email! I am happy to share what having me, the UnNanny, come to your home entails. I promise, it will change your lives for the better and your family will forever be more peaceful, connected and joyful!


messyfish said...

Brilliant! I hope you get super famous and Australia buys the tv series. I am selfish, and want your un nanny ways to take the world by storm and make it socially unacceptable to be authoritarian, controlling and dismissive of kids. Then the pressure will be off me to conform to such outdated and abusive ways.

Tara mauger said...

This is so fabulous Dayna, and what a wonderful opportunities u have manifested! What a great way to spread your message of love and acceptance!

Angela Morse said...

WOW, what an absolutely amazing idea, to be with families in their homes while helping them to learn the art of gentle, conscious parenting. I truly hope that this takes off and does become a well-known TV shown to bring conscious parenting ideals to the wider community. You could start a parenting revolution!!

Jessica said...

After seeing the "nanny" your compassionat parenting side is dearly needed!