As caregivers, our job is to support our children and help them form positive attachments. Children need to feel acknowledged and valued. And most of all, they need to feel safe. Every child should feel supported to curiously and happily explore the world. It becomes natural and easy for them when a caregiver is confident in their child's abilities.
By believing our children are capable, we support them on a deeper emotional level where they are valued for who they are, not for their accomplishments.
When we are always ready to comfort them when something goes wrong, we create a feeling of safety and security and help them develop a strong sense of self. This gives them the freedom to explore and believe in their power to do things, even if they make mistakes.
When children are valued and praised for their efforts and not the outcome, they feel seen and acknowledged. That's why it's so important to show joy and pride for who the child is, a brave Rainbow Warrior, instead of what the child achieved because even small failures can tremendously impact their self-esteem.
We want caregivers to always recognize their children's efforts to try and do their best. It will build strong self-esteem and self-worth so needed in their lives.
Supporting your little Rainbow Warrior will bring positive benefits that will last a lifetime.




We help children build confidence,

healthy self-esteem,

and courage to be themselves.