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  • Neomi Fletcher

Parenting Redefined

Updated: Jul 30, 2021

The time has finally come to introduce the P.E.A.C.E Ground!!! What does this mean? On a personal level, this means that I, Neomi, can no longer pretend that I have no idea what I want to do as a grown-up. It means that I can no longer pretend that I am still trying to figure out my purpose and it means that I can no longer deny that I am a misfit in certain work environments because they do not desire to impact the well-being of families to the same degree that I envision. More than this, it means that you, as a parent, as an aspiring parent, or as a full-time caregiver for your children, now have an additional resource. The resources available through the P.E.A.C.E. Ground are designed to help you navigate the questions between the parenting book, the doctor’s visits and the weekly daycare reports. The resources available through the P.E.A.C.E. Ground will aid in determining what your parenting style is, what your strengths are and what pushes you to the limit. The services provided by the P.E.A.C.E. Ground will aid you in developing a household rhythm that brings an overflow of joy and satisfaction because it is designed for your family with your strengths and values in mind. Through the work of the P.E.A.C.E. Ground, a community of people wanting to balance career advancement, an enjoyable marriage and raising healthy, confident children, can bond together to encourage each other, so no household permits another family members’ dreams to die.

As I embrace the reality that nothing brings me more job satisfaction than walking alongside families as they work toward building peace-filled relationships with one another, I invite you, to embrace the fact that the absolute best gift we can give our children is ourselves, whole and full of integrity. You see children are pretty simple, they find pleasure in the smallest things. They are not measuring our success based upon the social pressures that drive us to keep busy. In the eyes of our children, our success as parents, is measured by the amount of encouragement, protection, and guidance we provide through our words, our gestures, and most importantly, our facial expressions.

The past 12 years I’ve been working alongside parents who desire to give their children the absolute best foundation they can. What I discovered along the way is that many of my parents also needed a little encouragement to put into practice what they believe is best for their household. Often times what we read in books, what we hear from other parents discourages us and makes us question our ability to parent. I am convinced that what is best for our family cannot be determined by someone else’s experience. Yes, it is helpful to have tools to try at each stage of the journey. But at the end of the day, we have to determine what is the best method for managing the personalities, the temperaments, and the dreams living in our homes.

This is the journey of the P.E.A.C.E. Ground. Will you join me as we allow parenting to serve as a measure of how much we believe in ourselves and how much we trust that the principles and values we have established over the course of our lifetime are exactly what our household needs in order to operate in P.E.A.C.E.?

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