Bath time is a regular part of your child’s routine that sometimes may not be as enjoyable as you would like. But instead of rushing through it, take advantage of bath time by turning it into a fun, sensory activity! Continue reading Rub a Dub Dub: Sensory Fun in the Tub
Did you know the average toddler takes 14,000 steps per day? That adds up to more than 2.5 miles your little one is walking! Continue reading Easy Daily Activities to Help Baby Reach Milestones
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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Keep little hands busy and practice motor skills with this fun Valentine’s card holder! This is a great way for your child to recycle a paper bag and get in the Valentine’s spirit. This craft is also a fun way to practice fine motor and organizing skills. Your child can collect all their Valentine’s Day goodies in the colorful decorated bag. Continue reading Homemade Craft for Kids: Valentine’s Day Card Holder
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?
Traveling with baby can be a little more complicated than before your bundle arrived. There is more planning involved and certainly more things to bring along. When taking a trip, it is helpful to know what you may encounter along the way. Read below for some more tips on how to travel with your little one. Continue reading Tips for Traveling with Baby
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?
Baby’s vision development is very important and even affects their other senses. Throughout the first year, baby will be looking at you a ton, so be sure to look at them, give them a lot of attention, and make eye contact! Find out what you can expect in the coming months.