Congratulations, you’re having a baby! You might be getting a little nervous about what will happen after you have your bundle of joy. To help relieve some of the stress try preparing for some of the changes now.
Tongue tie, also called ankyloglossia, is when the tissue attached to the underside of the tongue and the base of the mouth is very tight, thick, or extends particularly far forward in the mouth. The tongue cannot move freely.
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What is Baby Sign Language?
Baby sign language is the use of hand and body gestures to help babies communicate before they learn to speak. Continue reading How Can I Practice Baby Sign Language?
Activities like sports, music lessons, dance, or band are rewarding for children of all ages. Having a schedule and forming commitments to teams and clubs are wonderful for social development. However, if children are involved in too many extracurricular activities, they might miss the intended benefits of their activities and suffer from unneeded stress. Continue reading How Many Extracurricular Activities is Too Many?
Hypertonia and Hypotonia are two technical terms to describe issues with muscle tone. Muscles are meant Continue reading What are Hypertonia and Hypotonia?
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is a form of communication used instead of or along with talking.
What is infant equipment?
Infant equipment are devices that hold your baby during playtime, activities, and during transportation. Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions About Infant Equipment
Baby-wearing simply means carrying your baby with a wrap or device that leaves your hands and arms free. Continue reading What is Baby-Wearing?
There are many misconceptions about raising children who speak more than one language (bilingual). Although parents may at first have concerns about teaching their children multiple languages, there are many benefits of being bilingual.