Growing and Nurturing
From the moment of birth, you've introduced a new life in to the world. You can see a lot in a natal chart, especially in terms of personality. By using the natal chart, you can gain insight in to your child's temperament and learn how to best help your child grow and develop. It's also important to realize that every child is different, and that it isn't from 'bad parenting' that one child is less active or more emotional- these are natural parts of their personality, and require special care.
With astrology, we can see your child's natural temperament. From there, we can see if they have a "good fit" with you at home, and with their environment.
The areas of temperament that we examine together are: activity level, persistence and distractibility, intensity of reaction, quality of mood, sensory threshold, and if they approach/withdraw from new experiences.
This is helpful from infancy through adulthood, and can help you understand how to create a more successful environment for your child.
All adults have their own unique temperaments, that can clash with their children's. Also, children in the same family can have wildly different temperaments that require different parenting approaches.
We all have seen examples of this, like the friend who's parents were highly active but their child preferred quiet, indoor activities. Or the friend who was introverted, with very social parents. Frustration can occur, and it stems from misunderstanding.
Goodness of fit: "the compatability of your child's temperament with their environment, and the people around them"
What do I get in a Children's Chart?
The Children's Chart option is a packet of information, analyzing your child's temperament. You will get a PDF write-up of their temperament type, and tips for parenting their specific needs.
You will also get an analysis of their chart in general: their strengths, needs, and age-appropriate insights. Included in this is a description of the "parenting axis"- the 10th and 4th houses. These houses can show us the balance of Structure and Nurture in their lives, and their perception of their parents (you). This is used for the "goodness of fit" description.
Cost: $60 USD
The more information, the better. For this chart analysis, I need the birth time, place, and location for your child. I will also ask questions about your family, such as how many children you have, what their ages are, etc. If you are able to or willing to provide me with your (the parent) birth information as well, it can only add to the interpretation.
Resources for Parents:
Dialogue and Communication