Every Monday morning we get together and coordinate in a way that keeps our babies happy and safe, and allows one or more moms each time to do their own thing, from computer work to yoga, to important phone-calls.
PhD Cultural Studies. Interdisciplinary arts and design Educator. Academic and Public programmes curator. Childcare, learning, and community researcher. Parenting by Connection instructor-in-training. Mother of one year old.
Mother of two. Dance-therapist and educator with decades of experience working with groups of children of all ages in Cyprus. Community organizer and author.
We can offer paid help on demand with the aim of supporting and growing our network.
Contact person: Sylvia at 99802833.
Comparing notes and critical discussions on contemporary parenting trends and issues
“[The prevalent] prescriptive parenting picture is fundamentally misguided, from a scientific, philosophical, and political point of view, as well as a personal one. It’s the wrong way to understand how parents and children actually think and act, and it’s equally wrong as a vision of how they should think and act. It’s actually made life worse for children and parents, not better.”
Alison Gopnik, The Gardener and the Carpenter, 2016
Andrea's Go Diaper Free
Do parents matter? Why Japanese Babies Sleep Soundly, Mexican Siblings Don't Fight and Parents Should Just Relax, Levine & Levine, 2017
Inuit Morality Play,
Alison Gopnik- Causal Learning: Psychology, Philosophy, and Computation
Contact person: Chrystalleni at 99586369
Part of the Ixodos Residencies group
Horou Haris / Horou Ekfrasis NGO