Ready to learn how to help your child talk more instead of whining and crying?

When you first started staying at home with your baby, you thought, “Woohoo! No work! No boss! I can do whatever I want all day!”

Then you realized…"Wait...this little baby is my new boss.”

As they have grown into a toddler, they have become more stubborn, disobedient, and independent (you're wondering...why their favorite word is "NO!")


Being at home with your toddler is harder than you thought.

You were accustomed to the structure and expectations that your 9-5 job provided you.

But now that you are staying at home, you sometimes feel like you have no idea what you are doing.

You act confident around other moms, but deep down, you have nagging thoughts like:

  • I have no idea what I am doing. I hope I’m not messing him up forever.
  • I know every child is different, but should I be worried?
  • Am I working on the right things with him?
  • Am I starting at the right level?

And that's how you found me!

I help stay-at-home moms like you to gain confidence by creating daily routines to help your toddler develop speech skills, life skills, and creativity, so you can get rid of your uncertainty and mom-guilt.

You'll experience the freedom to have fun with your child without the pressure you feel to be perfect, knowing you are doing the right things to prepare your child for life.

  • I have a Masters Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and have spent the last 10 years helping toddlers using research-based strategies.
  • I have over 3,400 hours of experience as a board-certified, licensed, Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist.

How To Schedule your Phone Call with Adrienne

Want to ask me specific questions about your toddler?

In my one-on-one parent coaching calls, you'll get your questions answered and you'll gain customized strategies for your unique toddler.

I have one day per month available for phone calls for stay-at-home moms.

Start moving forward with CONFIDENCE.


What you're getting when you book a call:

PHONE CALL SESSION: A focused, 30-minute call where we'll discuss the areas you're struggling with most. You'll walk away with specific action items to start making progress. I save you time by sharing research-based Speech Therapy strategies so you help your child and get back to having fun with your child instead of stressing.

You are one phone call away from your child's breakthrough.

I'm ready to talk with Adrienne! Click here to get a spot on the calendar.

What moms are saying about our one-on-one phone call:

"I really appreciate your help from our phone call! Guess what?!?

As I was trying to get my daughter to nap today, she said a three-word phrase all on her own.

I was so encouraged by this and of course made a big deal out of it.

I think that it was just the encouragement that we needed in this journey.

Thank you again. You have a true calling." 

~Brittany, Mom of a 2 year old

Camille., Mom of an 3 year old

"We learned so much from our call with you. We've made visual cues for our son over the summer and he now requests yogurt, drink, and crackers! He says, "I want yogurt, etc. He relies less and less on the cues. He now says, "I want yogurt and drink" even without the visual cues. It's just really encouraging! He's also pointing and saying pictures in books on his own! Well, I just wanted to give you an update and to thank you again for your help. I'm sure that there will be calls in the future."

Michelle C., Mom of a 2 year old

"After our conversation, I felt so encouraged and confident, ready to try these activities with my son. Thank you very much for the conversation yesterday and the resources you emailed me after our conversation! I really appreciated talking with you. You are so knowledgeable and gave me advice that I can easily apply."

How the phone call works:

  • When you book your call with me, you'll fill out a short questionnaire.
  • I carefully read the information you give me.
  • After you book your call, you will receive an email from me with your confirmation and my phone number.
  • At the scheduled time, you call me at the number provided.

What you get during our phone call:

  • We will spend 30 minutes on the phone.
  • How you can prepare for our call: Write down 3 main questions you want answered.
  • I'll prepare strategies for you and we will uncover exactly what you can try first with your toddler immediatly after hanging up the phone.
  • Together, we'll develop tangible actionable next steps for you.

After our call:

  • I will send you a summary email with resources and links to helpful information relating to what we discussed on our call.

And in case we haven't officially met yet...

I’m Adrienne, and I create online classes + Youtube videos to educate moms who feel worried, inadequate, helpless, anxious, and frustrated.

With a Masters Degree in Communication Disorders, I have been a American Speech-Language-Hearing Association certified Speech Language Pathologist since 2012. 

In other words, I sign my name with a fountain pen using my fancy-pants signature:
Adrienne, M.S. CCC-SLP.

I serve children who are in the birth to 3 year old age range in my state’s Early Intervention Speech Therapy program doing home-visits, where I coach + teach parents how to help their toddler talk by guiding them through a research-based hierarchy of the building blocks of talking skills.

  • I live in Kentucky with my husband + our rescue dog, Louie (AKA Louie-bear, pookie-bear, smoochie-bear, Mr. do we have so many nicknames for such a little pup?).
  • My husband + I first met at a Swing Dancing event. If there is music + a dance floor, we’re out there doing some East Coast Swing moves + trying not to step on each others toes.
  • I am an INFP on the Myers Briggs Personality test. Yes...I am an introvert :)
  • Currently memorizing Colossians 3:1-17 with my small group. Have you heard of a memory palace...look it totally worked for me to memorize 17 verses! I am a Christian + am thankful that my hope and rest is not found in this broken world.
  • I’m a peppermint tea kinda gal. I have tried force myself to enjoy a cup of coffee...buuuuut sadly, it tastes like hot lima bean juice to me. Trust me, I've tried to like coffee...I just can't. make. myself.

As seen in:

"We have different gifts...if it is teaching, then teach; if it is to encourage, then give encouragement... if it is to lead, do it diligently." Romans 12:6-8