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Teaching is an Art

Updated: Nov 3, 2020

Teaching is an art. There is no way around that. People, like us, have literally dedicated themselves, through their education and careers, to teaching young children. Being an educator is unlike any other career in both what it demands of you and what it gives you in return. The best teachers truly never stop learning. We are proud to count ourselves among the ranks of educators.


So, are we proposing that parents should become their children’s teachers?


Absolutely not. By and large, the average parents are not equipped or inclined to take on the role of educator in their child’s life. We get it. Given the choice, even WE are not eager to be our own children’s teachers.


However, what we know, and what we can teach you, is that parenting is also an art. It’s an even more personal, gut-wrenching and around the clock kind of art. There are not clear boundaries or great paychecks in parenting. There is no corporate ladder or checks and balances. However, there are ways to parent young children that can lead to true fulfillment, happiness and even success.


That is at the heart of what we do. We can help you find your personal parenting mojo. We are not perfect or polished or pristine. Parenting is not for the faint of heart but it is rooted in strength, grace, love and resilience. We are so excited to play a role in your parenting journey. We are ready when you are.


Reach out to us, connect and let’s get started.


Emily Boucher & Amy Mockbee, Founders

Work & Play Early Childhood Consultants


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