Hi, I’m Jailan
A certified parent educator and mama of two, helping families like yours cope with the daily struggles of parenting.
Being a parent is one of the toughest responsibilities out there with no handbook!
I’m here to hold your hand, hear you, support you and guide you through this amazing yet sometimes exhausting, overwhelming, frustrating and confusing journey of parenting.
I support families in Munich and internationally via in-person/video/phone consultations and home visits.
Jailan Heidar is the founder of Early Years Parenting.
A mom of two little ones herself, a 5 and 2-year-old. Jailan has been working with families for over 10 years.
She’s a certified Positive Discipline Educator and holds a Master’s of Science degree in Child & Family Studies from Leiden University. She’s also a certified Early Childhood Educator by UCLA.
“Jailan is my go-to person for all things parenting. She is not only extremely knowledgeable with extensive experience but she is so warm, empathic and supportive. I have learned so much from her and have been able to put so much of her advice into practice.”
― Julie Leonard, Life Coach & mama in Munich
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“Jailan shows me the path of becoming the mother I always wanted to be.”
― Sharon, mama of two in Munich
Do you feel like you have your hands full after having kids?
I’m here to help your family survive everyday parenting struggles and bring more peace and harmony to your home, parenting, and relationships with effective tools and solutions in a safe and nonjudgmental environment.
These early years are some of the toughest to get through; sleep deprivation, toddler tantrums, hitting, biting and countless other challenges that little kids go through.
The good news is there’s a way to navigate through all that without feeling hopeless. I’m here to hold your hand, hear you, support you and guide you through that parenting maze.
As a mama of two so I’ve been through it myself. I’ve gone through the sleep deprivation, PPD and anxiety, and parenting in a foreign country.
I can relate and I’m here to share with you techniques that work.
Support for You
Support for You
– Understand your young child’s behavior so you can be one step ahead.
– Stop feeling helpless and instead know what you can do or could do differently next time.
– Have a set of effective parenting tools and strategies that work for your unique family.
– Set up your home and day in a way that works for you, your partner and your kids so that everyone gets what they need and not feel overwhelmed.
– Take better care of yourself and make time for self-care (Yes! we will find the time).
I’d love to support your family. Let’s get in touch.