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
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?
Did you know March 20th is National Plagiocephaly & Torticollis Awareness Day? Here is some information about these two common conditions, their impact on baby’s development, and how you can help prevent them.
Does your baby hate diaper changes? Does your baby cry, fuss, or even scream during diaper changes? Continue reading My Baby Hates Diaper Changes: 6 Tips to Make Diaper Changes Fun for Baby
When should I start my baby on solid foods?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends starting babies on solid food around 6 months old. Continue reading When to Start Baby on Solid Foods
Before you say goodnight to your little one, here are some suggested tips on safe sleeping recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics: Continue reading The ABC’s of Safe Sleep
Did you recently bring a new baby home from the hospital? As a parent to a newborn, you’ll want to do everything you can to make sure your little one reaches their milestones and grows up to be a healthy and happy child.