Episodes of the Miss Nina weekly video show!
On this blog you’ll also be treated to exclusive commentary from miss nina on how to incoroporate these songs and activities into your home, classroom, story time and life:
Good mornin’, friends! I’m happy to report that I’m writing to you from a blissful family vacation in South Carolina. Lots of sun and fun, rest and relaxation. I hope you’re having some of the same this summer. When I get back I’m super excited to see some of you at...read more
Murphy’s Law is alive and well! There’s a couple of people I follow in my life - Regena Thomashauer & Marie Forleo - who both, separately and at different times, wrote books about marriage/relationships (as in, how to have a great marriage/relationship), and both...read more
Hi there! Before we jump in - I just want to let you know if you're in Minnesota: please come out for my first summer library show this Saturday: Saturday, June 29th 10:30 am Miss Nina Solo Show Wildwood Library Mahtomedi, MN So here we are in Week Three of my...read more
Happy Tuesday! As I mentioned last week, I'm doing a Summer Series all on routines. This week I'm focusing on the amazing power or transitions songs and using them routinely. The word “routine” often gets a bad wrap in our culture, poor thing. Usually...read more
Hi there! Thank you so much for your awesome feedback and embrace of my last email and blog post about my bedtime struggles with Piper! You know, before that post I really had felt like the lone mother who hadn’t nailed down bedtime and felt like a failure. I was so...read more
Parental confession time: I have trouble setting boundaries. I’m most definitely and empath and often feel the need to comfort and soothe and acknowledge feelings in the immediate moment, With a true, albeit misguided, belief that it’s what’s best for the long run. ...read more