Kids are back to school and activities but how many after-school activities are too many?

Starting preschool is a big milestone for your little one. It marks the beginning of their formal education, a process that’s likely to span multiple decades. When your child enters the doors of their new school on the first day, they will meet future friends and find themselves immersed in a wide range of learning experiences. This monumental change in routine and daily schedule can cause your child to feel some very normal preschool separation anxiety. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help your little one adjust and prepare your toddler for preschool.

Continue reading 6 Ways to Help Ease Your Child’s Preschool Separation Anxiety

A huge part of baby’s development is learning through play. Helping baby’s development does not require playing with expensive or complex toys. Everyday objects can be used to entertain baby and build their motor, sensory and communication skills. Using items with a variety of textures, colors, sounds, and patterns are the best way to engage baby. Simply look around the house to begin exploring and learning together. Continue reading Activities for Baby Using Everyday Household Items

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