Be LESS Frustrated, Exhausted, and Stressed Out... from Your Kids' Behavior

The No-Drama Formula to Ditch Sibling Fighting and Reduce Sibling Rivalry

“I was in a bit of a funk and feeling really disheartened and discouraged with the warzone that our home had become. Signing up to the course has really given me a kick up the backside to help get myself into gear and not feel so defeated.”  –Claire H.

Are your kids SO mean to each other?

Are you sick and tired of their fighting and bickering and nastiness?

Is it draining you? Irritating you? Embarassing you?

You’re in the Right Spot If: 

Two young brothers fighting and hitting on grass in park, with older boy sitting over the younger

PARENTING MYTH: Siblings are just going to be mean and nasty to each other. Kids will be kids. 

PARENTING FACT: While some sibling squabbles are normal, constant nasty, mean-spirited sibling rivalry is not. You can teach your kids to be kind with the right strategies and resources. 

PARENTING MYTH: You’re a bad parent if your kids fight all the time. Their behavior is a       reflection of you. 

PARENTING FACT: You’re a great parent, the exact parent these kids need. But you can learn strategies to feel more empowered and confident rather than embarrassed, fed up and frustrated.

 What would your life look like if you could: 

  • Be a more confident parent because you’ll KNOW how to use the proven strategies? 
  • Set your kids up to have emotionally healthy and loving sibling relationships?
  • Feel empowered to support your kids to find positive quality relationships and avoid negative peer pressure?
  • Know you’re doing everything in your power to prevent them from being bullied OR becoming a bully?

PARENTING MYTH: Some kids are kind and some are not. 

PARENTING FACT: Kindness is a learned behavior. You can teach your kids to be kind if you use specific strategies designed to make kindness a habit. 

Instead of hoping or crossing your fingers that we’re doing everything in our power to make sure our kids are kind and thoughtful and helpful, we can ensure it without making ourselves nuts. 

Less fights. Less crying. Less worrying. Less bickering. Less tension. Less drama. 

But you’ll also get MORE.

More sweet moments. More laughing. More happy moments. More thoughtfulness.  

You want to have more happy days and less stress at home.

The Raising Kind Kids Movement is Right For You If:

* You want your kids to have positive and strong sibling relationships so they like spending time together.

*You want less squabbles, less fights, taunts, bickering, teasing and meanness.

*You need ideas that fit into the “cracks” of your already busy day.

*You want to referee and regulate their behavior less.

* You don’t want your kind kid to get taken advantage of by mean kids.

And Bonuses:

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The Raising Kind Kids Course:

PARENTING MYTH: It’s okay to raise kids in homes with yelling and hitting if that’s how you were raised. You “came out okay.” 

PARENTING FACT: When we know better as adults, we can do better. You can break generational cycles of yelling, hitting, or in-home bullying. You can treat your kids with respect and kindness and expect that same respect and kindness in return. You are strong enough to break away from how your parents did it.  

Meet your coach, Nicole

Nicole is the creator of Coffee and Carpool: Raising Kind Kids, The Kind Kids Movement and is a mom to three kids.

She’s a recovering elementary school teacher, a speaker & author, and mostly survives on strong coffee.

She has helped busy parents like you for years to intentionally raise kind kids so they become the best versions of themselves, build stronger family identities through meaningful connection, and create calmer, happier more peaceful homes. 

In The Raising Kind Kids Movement, Nicole shares her expertise, real-life stories from her students, her kids, and other families, and more importantly, the tried and true strategies and resources you need if you want to raise kind kids too.

PARENTING MYTH: Mean kids will grow out of it when they grow up.  

PARENTING FACT: Mean kids become mean adults. If you want kind kids, you have to intentionally teach them NOW because the sibling squabbles and fights will continue to escalate and cause irreparable damage to your family relationships.  

Kids who live in an unkind, mean-spirited home will:

But it's not too late. You change all of that, right now.


Monthly Club Membership 

Value $1,762.00

$ 17 / month

  • The Raising Kind Kids Course Videos and Workbook ($1,182 value)
  • Monthly Kindness Toolkits ($600 value)
  • Monthly Printable Kindness Resources ($290 value)
  • Monthly Printable Posters ($15 value)
  • BONUS: Raising Kind Siblings ebook ($25 value)
  • BONUS: 5 Interactive Kid Videos ($250 value)
  • BONUS: Make Kindness a Habit ($50 value)

The Course Videos and Workbook will give you Quick Wins for your family!

But you don't have to take my word for it. Here's what others have said about these strategies:
Jaime S.
Our family is joining you!!! Thank you for doing this!! I have wanted to get my family volunteering for years but the kids are young and we are so busy etc... The usual barriers and excuses. This is a great way to get us started!!
Khatera S.
I really like the kindness activities you presented. We are on a mission for kindness. I would love to use the ideas to get the kids happy about kindness. 
Stacy S.
I see [my kids] hugging each other more and telling each other "I love you." Also, they had friends over this afternoon and typically a fight ensues at some point, but they all played well, shared their toys cheerfully, and spoke kindly to each other and friends. Also, they had a babysistter tonight who said they were amazing. We typically get a good report but "they did fight a few times" is always added to the statement. Tonight they were just great for the sitter. I was so encouraged. Keep up the good work in helping families!
Lisa R.
I love all your kindness ideas. We NEED these in the classrooms! I just wish I could get more people to use your ideas! We would live in a much kinder world! 
Claire H.
I love the course. I was in a bit of a funk and feeling really disheartened and discouraged with the warzone that our home had become. Signing up to the course has really given me a kick up the backside to help get myself into gear and not feel so defeated. I love the ideas, tips and resources that are included... plenty to choose from. Anyway, I think the course is great. It's really well organised and I love how in the videos you give specific examples and tips of situations or scenarios. For example, hanging up the THINK poster in a few different spots around the house... especially the most common battlegrounds.  Thanks for all your hard work, keep it up.

Join Megan C. and her boys in The Raising Kind Kids Movement. Here’s what she has to say about it:

I love the lessons and how you explain them with life experiences. Sometimes when I listen to your stories I feel like you are seeing how my kids act. I like how easy the lessons flow and the fact that I can implement them in real life without it taking time I don’t have. My kids like listening to the videos even the regular lesson videos. I feel like there is a change in kids even if it a slight one at this time I call it a win. A bigger win… I am even improving my husband a little!

I would definitely recommend it to other parents. The kindness games and printables alone are worth it. The classes and the information that you provide parents is real life. It is easy to implement in life and easy for kids to understand. My kids really enjoy the kid videos! Thank you for all the information!

PARENTING MYTH: I have far more important things to worry about than my kids being kind.  There’s no point in focusing on this.  

PARENTING FACT: Teaching these strategies to your kids will actually give you peace of mind because they will become more independent, more grateful, more self-confident, more able to handle their “big emotions,” and more capable to deal with peer pressure, bullies, and dangerous social situations. 

You want your kids to thrive and be confident and kind. Let us help.

We 100% guarantee if you implement the strategies and resources shared with you, you will see a significant improvement in your family's relationship and your children's kindness.

But, if you're not 100% confident in what to do to raise your kids to speak and act with kindness more often with less reminders from you, you can cancel at any time.

You can be confident these strategies will work for you and your family.

PARENTING MYTH: Teaching kids to be kind will take up too much time. 

PARENTING FACT: The methods and strategies and resources you’ll get will fit into the “cracks” of your already busy day. You can see an improvement in minutes a day. 

One Last Note from Nicole: 

Parenting is not for the faint of heart. It is emotionally and physically exhausting where we constantly second guess ourselves: Are we doing this right? 

I won’t lie: the strategies you will learn in The Raising Kind Kids Movement over the next three months will be more “work” for you.  

But if you commit to implementing the strategies you learn and use the resources you have access to, you will ensure your kids will become kind, thoughtful, caring, generous, helpful, compassionate people. 

And then you won’t have to wonder anymore… 

You will be doing it right for your kids. 

Your family can have a calmer, happier, more peaceful home. 

And YOU can feel calmer, happier, and more peaceful when you use the proven strategies and resources in The Raising Kind Kids Movement. 

It will set your kids up for success: to speak and act with kindness more oftenwith less refereeing and reminders from you. 

All you have to do is join. 

Got Questions?

The Raising Kind Kids Club is designed for parents who want to intentionally raise their kids to be kind.

You will get everything you need to go from unsure and worried and confused if your kids are unkind, mean, or dealing with bullying to confident and thriving because you will learn how to teach kids to be kind, helpful, thoughtful, compassionate, and how to deal with bullying.

When you join, you will have:

➡ access to the comprehensive course, with step by step videos

➡ 10+ monthly printable kindness resources to make kindness a habit

➡monthly Kindness Toolkits to teach hard to explain kindness concepts

➡ and ALL the bonuses!

  • Raising Kind Siblings ebook to focus on positive sibling relationships
  • Videos to show your kids so you don’t have to be the only one reinforcing kindness concepts
  • Printable Make Kindness a Habit Calendar and tracker for 30 days of quick kindness wins

The whole point of joining is to get results and see a change in your kids’ behaviors. You can’t transform kids’ actions and reshape their habits in a week or even a month.

But in three months, four months, five months, you absolutely can see positive changes in behaviors if you use the strategies and resources available to you.

This way you won’t try to “cram” in all the videos from the course and time to practice implementing the strategies.

This monthly membership will give you time to implement the strategies you learn and time to practice with your kids so kindness becomes a habit for them.

That’s amazing, but there’s no way you have even a fraction of the resources available to you in The Raising Kind Kids Club.

And more importantly, you’re going to dive into how to use these resources the most effectively so you save time and energy rather than randomly doing a kindness project or a kindness activity once in a blue moon.

You will strategically learn how it can all work together to best fit for your family instead of trying to DIY it on your own.

Which means it will work for you.

This will work for you and your family for several reasons:

We will teach you tried and true methods that you are easy to implement, easy to remember as you build new habits for your family. 

You will have access to done for you kindness resources that kids love so you are able to teach them the value of kindness without them realizing they’re learning! 

The strategies you will learn are perfect for toddlers through teenagers because it’s never too early to teach kindness and it’s never too late.

If you want kind teenagers, teach them now and give them years to practice.

The resources can be adapted and used for a variety of ages. Some will be perfect for your preschoolers and others will resonate more with your older kids.

Almost all of the resources and strategies can be adapted to fit right where you’re at.

♥ Access to The Raising Kind Kids Course and 39 5-10 minute videos with step by steps ideas and resources so you build up your confidence in implementing the kindness strategies with your kids. ($1182 value)

♥ Monthly Printable Kindness Resources including printable posters so you have everything at your fingertips ready to make kindness easy to do as a family…just print and go! ($105 value)

♥ Monthly Kindness Toolkit with extra support and resources and ideas to weave kindness into your kids’ day…the work is done for you! ($150 value)

♥ Bonus: 5 Videos to watch with your kids with mini kindness lessons so your kids hear the same message from another adult! ($250 value)

♥ Bonus: Raising Kind Siblings ebook and the Sibling Kindness Challenge so you can dive in even further to deal with sibling rivalry and jealousy. ($25 value)

♥ Bonus: Make Kindness a Habit ($50 value) Month of quick ways kids can show kindness and a recording sheet

Of course you’re busy. Parents and educators are some of the busiest multi-taskers ever.  That’s why this was designed to fit into the “cracks” of your already busy day.

The videos in the course are 4-10 minutes long each…little nuggets you can listen to while you make dinner or eat lunch or get ready for the day.

The kindness printable resources can take as little or as long as you want. If you have five minutes, you can use most of these resources in that time.

But as you will learn in the course, it’s way more effective to focus on kindness a little bit each day than to focus on kindness once in a blue moon.

So finding tiny moments in your day to talk about kindness and focus on kindness is the way to see the most results with your kids.

If you want kind kids, if you want to ensure your kids are the best versions of themselves, you can’t just cross your fingers.

You have to do something about it. You have to take action. You have to want it badly enough to learn how to do it.

Sure you can join next month, but then you will have missed out on this month of having kind kids. Don’t you want more calmness and more kindness in your home now?

Lesson 1: The Groundwork: Setting your Family up for Success 

Module 1: What to Expect 

Module 2: Kind vs Nice 

Module 3: Teaching kids the ‘Why’ 

Module 4: The Number One Mistake Parents Make 

Module 5: The Only Two Family Rules you Need 

Module 6: Positive Parenting Techniques for Success 

Module 7: Creating a Strong Family Identity 

Module 8: Proof of Love Activities

Lesson 2: The Basics: Everyday Kindness Strategies

Module 1: Talking About Kindness

Module 2: Modeling Kindness

Module 3: Treating our Kids with Kindness

Module 4: Praise Kindness Effectively

Module 5: The THINK Method

Module 6: The Backwards Golden Rule

Module 7: Be Funny Without Being Mean

Lesson 3: Kindness at Home: Raising Kind Siblings

Module 1: Why Sibling Relationships are So Tricky 

Module 2: Setting Siblings Up for Success

Module 3: Actively Foster Sibling Kindness

Module 4: Things to Ban

Module 5: Common Sibling Triggers

Module 6: #1 Rule for Siblings 

Lesson 4: The Meanness: Dealing with Unkindness, Cruelty and Bullying

Module 1: When Kids are Unkind to you

Module 2: When Kids are Unwind to Others

Module 3: Is your Kid a “Mean Girl?”

Module 4: The Magic of Being Mad Without Being Mean 

Module 5: Strategies Kids Need to Deal with Unkind Kids

Lesson 5: Positive Peer Interactions and Quality Friendships

Module 1: Why Positive Peer Relationships and Friendships are Crucial

Module 2: What Makes a Good Friend

Module 3: Finding Quality Friendships 

Module 4: Peer Pressure 

Module 5: Includers and Remembering to Be a Good Friend

Module 6: Dealing with Unkind Friends or “Friends”

Lesson 6: Kindness is a Verb: Take Action 

Module 1: SNEAKY Kindness

Module 2: Kindness Activities for Friendship

Module 3: Making Kindness Fun 

Module 4: Kindness for Each Holiday

Module 5: Volunteering, Community Service and Giving Back