Jayneen Sanders is a mum of three, author and educator. Her children’s books teach kids about body boundaries, respect, consent, body safety, feelings and emotions. It’s every parents’ worst nightmare to think of something happening to their kid. But Jayneen’s work seeks to empower kids to become the boss of their bodies and teach parents how they can model respectful behaviour and boundaries at home.
In this important conversation, Steph asks Jayneen about the importance of calling ‘private parts’ by their proper names, what age to start these conversations with kids, and the skills Jayneen teaches kids including creating a list of trusted adults that they can come to in case anything happens.
Check out Jayneen’s free resources including ‘Questions to ask your child’s Child-Care Centre & School’: https://e2epublishing.info/posters#posterschildfriendly
Jayneen: @jayneensanders on Instagram and educate2empower
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We are so excited to release our very first KICBUMP KIC POD episode!
In this episode Steph chats to Jessica Urlichs, a beautiful mum of 2 (soon to be 3), author and passionate spokesperson for perinatal mental health.
If you’re a stay at home mum who has craved going back to work, or if you’re a working mum who has felt guilt for missing out on special time with your children, you’re certainly not alone, and this episode is for you!