Work With Parenting Expert Jeanne-Marie Paynel
"It takes a village to raise a child"
I’ve been supporting and encouraging families for the past two decades and want you to know you do not need to do this alone. I’ve worked with a multitude of families since offering my mentorship, and I’ve been able to support them on many different topics, including:
- What is the best way to set up my home for my baby? What do I really need?
- How can I help my child be independent, feel confident and be a lifelong learner?
- How do I prepare myself to be the best parent I can be?
- How can I get other family members to be on the same page as me?
- What are some intelligent and purposeful activities I can do at home with my little one?
- How do I prepare my child to be successful in school?
- What do I need to look for when choosing child care for my child?
- How should I respond to family members who do not respect how I want my child to be taken care of?
- How do I help my child welcome their baby brother or sister with ease?
- How can I travel with my child stress-free?
- How do I involve my child in household chores?
- How do I promote good communication skills with my child?
- How can I help my child develop resilience and emotional intelligence?
- And then there are the basic ever occurring and universal questions; how do I get my child to eat, sleep and poop without power struggles?
As Founder and CEO of Voilà Montessori, I mentor parents and caregivers on how to best prepare their homes and themselves to ensure that all children thrive while reaching their full potential during the first six years of life.
My belief is that a supportive and peaceful atmosphere at home will allow every child to become an independent and confident learner as they adapt to their time, place, and culture with ease. This endeavor has lead me to speak both locally and internationally, where I combine three of my passions; the Montessori philosophy, Conscious parenting, and Positive Discipline.
My mission is to help parents and caregivers appreciate the true importance of their role – not as servants or teachers, but as supporters and guides of their children’s natural development.