“My daughter, Nina, attended Pamela’s Play Group for almost three years. This was Nina’s first experience away from me and her close family, and it was vital that this first introduction to the outside world be positive and nurturing for her. When I went to pick Nina up, she was happy, excited, and eager to return the following day.
With Pamela’s influence, Nina developed reverence for meals, manners, caring for others, and caring for animals. Pamela has a way of making the ordinary extraordinary and rich. It becomes impossible to take things for granted around Pamela. Even at such a young age, Nina began seeing the specialness in so many things and remarking about it – and heart-fully singing about it too!. I’m so grateful to Pamela for the development of Nina’s openness to people and to new experiences.
Pamela is one of the most generous, thoughtful, and kind people I have ever met. I also deeply admire her talent. Nina learned so many skills from her without being aware she was being taught: cleaning up after herself, being considerate of others and her environment, desiring to help others, and appreciating what people do for her. Pamela is poised. And I saw this refinement transmitted to Nina, just from Pamela’s example. I attribute many of Nina’s skills and grace as a caring young lady to her exposure to Pamela.
Pamela truly was one of the most important people in Nina’s life. I never had to coerce Nina to go to Pamela’s play group. She longed to go there. To this day, Nina who is now 16, loves to take time to be with Pamela. I observed that Pamela develops this deep heart connection to every one of her children in her play groups.”