• Keiko Yoneyama-Sims

New feature.

Updated: Apr 18, 2019

When you have your baby, your brain gets so foggy and forgetful with so much going on and interrupted sleep. But life does not wait for you unfortunately. So to keep organized and to have reminders, writing things down is helpful. So I added a new feature to Small Steps Count Counseling website, Worksheet Page with free printable worksheet you can fill out to personalize.  More worksheet will be added periodically.  Take a look, print it out for you or others, and share. 

Free Printable Worksheet for new parents to stay mentally healthy

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