Unlocking Your Child’s Brilliance
Free PDF Guide for Parents

No longer a toddler, but not yet a tween. What an unusual time to be a parent. However challenged by your child you might feel - or if you think the joy of parenting has ended, I want you to know I understand where you are completely.
You are exactly who I made this PDF guide for.

Hi, I’m Natasha and I’m a parenting coach and the founder of OMG Parenting.
I created this guide specifically for you based on my 25+ years of experience
studying, listening to, and problem solving with children and their parents.
I've also gratefully used these actions and mindsets with my own kids.

After you read this PDF, you will have…
An all-important, unique way for unlocking your pre-tween's very special brilliance based on their meta developmental task (it'll be fun, I promise)
Three key ways to support the woman within you while supporting your pre-tween
A brief series of emails with high-value insights and resources
An abridged version of the previous two phases

It's GOLD! You will now have six parenting 'forever skills', 100% gold for the tween, teen and beyond years.

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Natasha Solovieff

Natasha Solovieff has been looking into the faces of babies, parents, and grandparents for over 20 years in her work as a clinical and public health nurse. She has felt the joys, hopes, disappointments, traumas, grief, fears, concerns, and love of parents and children. She has heard their thoughts, their expectations, their laughter and their struggles. She has witnessed their actions and the effects of those actions and has interacted with the myriad of professionals who weave in and out of family life.


As a parent, she has a great appreciation for the range of experience that exists within and between each parent and child. It’s from these experiences she has created OMG Parenting. The mission of OMG Parenting is to help parents in better understanding, communicating with, and finding joy in their children.