'ASK ME HOW I FEEL' Water Bottle

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As part of The #1MillionCampign, proceeds from each purchase from The 'Playful Healing' Collection help to fund free play therapy and child life therapy for children and families in financial need.


  • This is a 24oz. Recyclable Plastic Water Bottle, BPA free, and perfect for reuse!
  • This has a Screw-On Suction Top, think kid-friendly, and easy to grab and go.
  • These are Vehicle-Grade Decals, created by local mamapreneur Karlis Kustom Designs.
    • This Collaboration with Childhood Connections was created to end the stigma around mental health and accessing support at any age.
    • A minimum of 10% Per Each Item Sold Is Donated To The Playful Healing Program operated by Childhood Connections.
    • Playful Healing is supported by community partners to Provide Free Play Therapy And Child Life Therapy for children and families in financial need.

    We support having feelings and emotions of all kinds, there are no positive or negative, simply how we move forward! Included in every order will be a summarized postcard with more information on how to use The 'Playful Healing' Collection to engage with your child's emotions and help support them. When you purchase from this collection, you support the importance of ending the stigma around mental health and keeping the conversation going no matter the age.


    • We Consciously Curate, Design, Print, and Photograph our products in the Okanagan, BC. 
    • Designs by Sam Hawes + Rebecca Steinhubl. 

    Children are often less able than adults to express their feelings in words.
    However, children are experts at expressing themselves through play. Help discover new feelings and emotions with your kiddos while supporting their mental health! As a collective, we've been doing our best to open the conversation surrounding mental health and illness, shattering the stigma one shared experience at a time. But sometimes we forget how hard it is to even get up the courage to use our voice ... so what if we broke down those barriers? Opened up that boundary? And started the conversation.