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Meet David Royer, Michelle
Cochrane and Eva Macyszyn,
the
founders of “Me in a Tree”... Little did they
know that what started as simple conversation
between engaged parents, discussing the nine
children between them and the struggles and
successes they’ve experienced, would
grow into something more three
years later.

It became increasingly evident
that their commitment to raising
compassionate and successful
children while sharing a mutual
philosophy needed to be shared with other parents
looking to achieve the same goal. Soon their discussions
evolved even more as they discovered a need for something
more than a parenting book found at Chapters. David, Michelle and Eva put their heads together, and with their professional experience backing them, forged ahead diving into research to develop the tools necessary to help ease struggling parents by giving them a resource to help solidify a solid family structure. The seed was planted and “Me in a Tree” was born…

This creative venture would grow into a vital resource for families. What “Me in a Tree” developed is an interactive, readily available and easy-to-use website where parents can locate activities, solutions, parenting skills, and tools to help keep the kids engaged.

At the end of the day, parents have a responsibility to raise compassionate and successful adults, which can be exhausting, demanding, frustrating and sometimes confusing. The “Me in a Tree” philosophy was born of real-life experiences, professional knowledge, and a passionate love for the united family. The beauty of “Me in a Tree” is that it is designed by parents and families for parents and families. It is about contributing to society at large, encouraging personal interaction, full family engagement and more. Me in a Tree gives back 10% of its profits to family and child centered non-profit organizations that share the company’s philosophy and work and share in the common goal of growing and maintaining a united family.