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Here’s a simple, short video highlighting some parts of one of Sean’s fatherhood programs. Did you get our latest postcard (2015)? We’re setting new workshop dates now! Get in touch with us and let’s talk. Enjoy!
Bedtime kids stories aren’t just about getting something done now with your child. Story is long-term care with your child, just like oil is long-term for your car. Learn more about this storytelling technique in the video below. Enjoy.
Bedtime Kids’ Stories: are they just for sedation? No! DaddyTeller™ author Sean Buvala tells you why you need to create the memories you will soon forget, but you children will remember for a life time. In this “reverse rant,” Sean … Continue reading
Hey Dads! Parenthood can get tiresome, we know. But, to your kids, the time you spend with them is priceless and exciting. While you are working on bedtime stories for kids, why not put the book down and tell stories … Continue reading
Want to be a better Dad? Then pay attention now to your kids. The price of parenthood is paid in attention. Don’t focus on your needs but rather on your child’s needs. Bedtime Kids Stories are more than a sedative, … Continue reading
Hey Dads! Do you think that storytelling is just for bedtime? No way! Learn to use storytelling as a treat for your children any time that you need to occupy their minds and hearts. See the latest short video below … Continue reading
Dads: Should you get close to your kids? Yes! The father role in bedtime kids’ stories is get close and snuggly. You can’t do that with a book in your hands! Here’s more information in this free “how to tell … Continue reading
What is the father role in bedtime kids stories? Do we tell scary stories? Well, maybe not at bedtime. But at other times, a story about a scary event might be perfect. There is a difference between talking about a … Continue reading
Here’s another free, short training video on storytelling techniques for bedtime kids stories. This time, Sean talks about the use of open-ended questions to help your child think about the stories you are telling. Enjoy. Get the DaddyTeller Paperback at … Continue reading