an inclusive period pantry for local menstruators
What a Little Birdy Told Me is excited to announce that through the vision of some thoughtful teens and a partnership with the KU School of Social Welfare our location will become the first site of an inclusive period pantry. Period poverty is a real thing and there are many people who do not have access to menstrual products or don't feel comfortable buying them. Once a month, all who cycle may stop by our safe space and with no question, no judgement pick up pads and tampons at no cost. Additionally, each month relevant pop-up information tables will share and represent on topics that normalize and support all the things that make us human. Follow us on IG @honormoonlfk
First Supply Pick-Up
Thursday, October 14 6-8 pm & Sunday, October 17 3-6 pm
WHAT A LITTLE BIRDY TOLD ME
512 East 9th Street, Studio 1
Lawrence, KS. 66044
Although we have an iWave-R air purification and filtration system plus an additional free standing air purifier functioning throughout our space, in addition to fully vaccinated consultants, the safety of everyone is of utmost importance. Consultants and clients will wear a mask regardless of vaccination status until further notice. As a business that advocates for the health and well-being of children and families, this seems to be a reasonable step to that end.
Inclusive. Supportive. Accessible as possible. If we've missed something, we would like to adjust.
WHAT A LITTLE BIRDY TOLD ME
Secrets of Parenthood Revealed
Let Jennifer Baker Powers, M.Ed., with What a Little Birdy Told Me share the expertise she has gained over more than two decades of working with children and families. Areas of consultation include realigning authority, setting boundaries, behavioral challenges, school related issues, understanding developmental milestones, spectrum and processing disorders, as well as potty training. She is skilled at working with scholars of all ages on executive functioning challenges and learning differences. She offers a thoughtful approach to working with students that inspires a love for learning. Additionally, Jenny believes that a child's behavior is impacted strongly by environment and with that knowledge designs spaces that meet the child's need for independence, concentration and order. Jenny draws on years of experience as an educator and a mother to provide an empathetic ear and practical solutions to the needs of your family.
Jenny has been such a huge asset to our family. I have consulted with her several different times while raising three boys. She has helped us with various issues such as bedtime routines, power struggles and whining. Her knowledge and expertise allow her to offer great insight, perspective and practical solutions. She offers ways to improve your parenting that work for you-not against you. Jenny is really good at helping you identify why you are having an issue and then figuring out creative and efficient ways to solve it. If you find yourself frustrated more often than not, contact Jenny. She will make your family life more peaceful, rewarding and fun!