Kidskintha began as a journal of my daily conversations with my girls. Their spontaneous quips would make me pause and think. Or just crack me up! Or let me into their fears! As I wrote about our everyday conversations, I saw a lot of fellow parents enjoying them just as much as I did!
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Kidskintha is a name adapted from a garden of joy and abandon called Kishkindha mentioned in the Hindu Epic Ramayana where a small, but significant milestone in the hero’s journey was celebrated by his followers. Kishkindha was a garden that signifies joy, trust, and abandon. Kidskintha is similar in a way that encourages celebrating every milestone of our journey with our children.