Win: 1 of 5 copies of The Parent’s Toolkit by Naomi Richards

Today –  The Parent’s Toolkit by Naomi Richards


*comp now closed and winners notified*

I don’t know one parent who doesn’t want to give their child the best start in life…..

We strive to get them to walk, to eat, to talk, to sleep well, to learn to read, make friends, have a good eductaion and to be happy. Along the way we can stumble, feel stuck, clueless even about how to help them. Well if this is your experience of parenting too then this brand new book by one of my oldest friends Naomi Richards is for you.

The Parent’s Toolkit by Naomi Richards

The Parent’s Toolkit by Naomi Richards

The Parent’s Toolkit (Vermilion) is released this week and it is full if simple tools to help children be happier, calmer and more resilient. Naomi is a life coach for kids and through her sessions helps with issues such as self esteem, bullying, homework, friendships and transisitions.
The book tackles all these areas as well as sibling rivalry family breakdown and school issues. In this book Naomi shares the straightforward, effective tools she uses within coaching and shows how you can use them too.


You can find Naomi on twitter @thekidscoach and you can find her blog at The Kids Coach


The Parent’s Toolkit by Naomi Richards Competition:

To be in with a chance of winning your own copy of The Parent’s Toolkit simply tell me (in comments) one tool you think a parent needs most: I would have to say  patience!!

T&C’s: UK entries only please. One entry per person. Winners picked at random on February 10th

You  mihgt also like my post on how to raise a mindful child



  1. January 31, 2012 / 10:36

    No fear of poo/vomit/wee/bogies etc 🙂

  2. Howard Smith
    February 1, 2012 / 10:10

    I think that the one tool that every parent is information.

  3. berni@scouseboysbabe
    February 1, 2012 / 14:07

    I would agree with you on the patience bit,but oneof my own would have to be resilience

  4. Rhoda
    February 2, 2012 / 10:06

    Composure – to deal with everything that is thrown your way.

  5. Jen Stanbrook
    February 2, 2012 / 16:06

    A special sense of calm. Still searching for mine Jen x

  6. Olivia B
    February 2, 2012 / 18:30

    I would say one tool that every parent needs is the ability to accept help from others. Whether it be advice from those speaking from experience, help with housework or the offer of a break so you get an hour to yourself.. Take it, and be grateful for the oppourtunity.

  7. Sarah Worton
    February 4, 2012 / 14:07

    i’d say love!! and discipline when needed x

  8. Michelle McGregor
    February 5, 2012 / 14:35

    I’d have to agree, a good parent needs a lot a patience, and fully charged camera batteries! 🙂

  9. Patricia Canning
    February 6, 2012 / 14:15

    One tool that every parent could find useful: remembering how it feels to be a child yourself – empathise with your little ones more.

  10. Chelseamamma
    February 7, 2012 / 13:30

    I would agree with you with patience, but also a sense of humour!

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