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A helping hand with the kids’ behaviour isn’t far away, thanks to this incredible prize pack from the New Zealand Super Nanny!

All behaviour is a form of communication, yet most parents focus on modifying children’s behaviour without being mindful as to why children behave the way they do.

After a few sessions online with the NZ Super Nanny, you will be equipped with ideas and strategies that you can try out on your children immediately!

Behaviour solutions, with the NZ Super Nanny Prize Pack

  • 2 x 60 minute ‘behaviour solutions’ consultation with the NZ Super Nanny.
  • 1 x Paperback copy of her book: The Nature of Children; Behaviour Strategies for each Nature.
  • 1 x The Quiet Time Box.

Prize Value $699

Also included in this prize:

Her bestselling book: THE NATURE OF CHILDREN by Jessie Buttons.

The New Zealand Super Nanny, invites readers to a practical and smart way of parenting, through decoding their child’s Nature and responding to it.

Jessie has modernised an age-old, well researched premise that we are born with preferences and tendencies that align with one of four different Natures: Social, Strong, Sensitive or Structured.

In her book The Nature of Children; Jessie Buttons highlights the fascinating link between children’s unmet needs and the unwanted behaviours parents are seeing.

This book provides easy strategies for common challenging behaviours, such as: anxiety, mood swings, inability to focus, sibling rivalry, stubbornness, bedtime battles, anger, whining, and much more.

Also included in this prize:

The Quiet Time Box.

This box is filled with Jessie favourite gadgets and toys. A range of hands-on activities that are safe to use solo and perfect for ages 3 – 10 years old. The aim of this box is that it comes out to be used when kids are at home and parents need them to be entertained for a period of time while they cook dinner or take a phone call etc.

The activities in this box are all safe and perfect for solo use.

Find the NZ Super Nanny on:

Please note this competition is open from 28th February 2022 until 27th March 2022  and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. VickersNSW
  • I have two children both with autism and adhd with their own unique qualities reading this book will help me

  • With my toddler now with attitude,
    I’d love to know what to do.
    Discipline but emotional help,
    I’m giving Super Nanny a yelp!

  • I like the idea of the Quiet Time Box to keep them entertained!

  • Because I’m a single parent recovering from childhood abuse and neglect am daily triggered and am doing this myself

  • I have learnt how to be a mum through what I have read or experience. I was given up for foster care at 11.5 and whilst I now have a beautiful life I want to help my children not experience stuff I had to.

  • Our daughter is driving us crazy, always good to get some tools to help!

  • I need up to date tricks and tips on handling a toddler. There are so many do’s and don’ts, any information would be gratefully received.

  • Comments from others regarding our 3 year old son: “he’s very active!” “lots of energy!” “Good luck there!”
    Cooper is such an intelligent kid, and I know he wants to do the right thing, but his emotions and energy seem to overpower him most days. After seeking professional help from a pediatrician, who said I am “too precious to be a mum” getting advice from Jessie would be a game changer!

  • I find it hard to stick with what I am saying so this would help!

  • any help when being a parent is the key to great parenting

  • My 6yo son won’t listen to me. He ignores me ALL the time, and his moods after school are awful. This behaviour seems mostly reserved for me – Mummy. I’ve read so many books and can’t find a better method of working with him to manage his behaviour. Please help us!

  • With 3 little ones under 4, it’s a daily struggle and I really could use some help or tips to make it easier

  • Our 4 1/2 year old daughter Zoe is an amazing child, very sociable, outgoing and fun, but has a serious stubborn streak.
    As a family, we try to deal with meltdowns day after day and adding her little brother to the family, along with lockdowns have made her worse.

    Lots of screaming and yelling is done (not just her) and we would love to have some strategies to help her and us change our behaviour to make life more enjoyable.
    We have a strong suspicion that she has ADHD and having a quiet time box, a consultation and the book would do wonders to help our family before we loose the plot completely ????

  • My boys have developed some terrible diresprctful behaviours. Co parenting has caused all those valuable lessons like manners and hygiene to vanish

  • Currently going through the two y
    Ear old daily tantrums. There is alot of screaming and crying and expressing but very little words so lots of guessing. It’s painful especially when he has a younger brother at 8 months old needing mummy all the time too.

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