Your Baby is Learning So Fast!

Infants develop more than one million new neural connections per second. As their vision improves, they begin to focus on nearby objects. Newborns especially love black, red, and big squares or polka dots.

Exciting Things Are Happening!

Tummy Time

Tummy Time helps build the strength your baby needs to meet future milestones. You should start Tummy Time as soon as you bring your baby home from the hospital. Start a few times a day, working up to a total of one hour per day.

Learn more about Tummy Time

Bonding with Baby

Bonding with your baby is so important in these early stages. Hold and comfort them when they are upset. Baby doesn’t know how to self-calm yet. It’s not possible to give them too much love and attention.

See this amazing baby bonding intervention

Baby's Sleep

Changing which direction your baby sleeps in the crib helps build strength and prevent flat spots on their head. Always remember: back to sleep, tummy to play.

See the AAP guidelines on safe sleep

We focus on your baby’s development in these areas:

Milestones & Abilities

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All of our developmental milestones are supported by American Academy of Pediatric findings.


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All of our games are developed and reviewed with licensed pediatric physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists.


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From 0 months to 6 years of age, our videos will help you learn about your child’s development by providing information on topics, such as milestones and communication skills.

Additional Resources

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Find important resources that will help guide you through parenthood. Our brochures, blogs, and many other tools give you access to empowering materials.

Topics of Development

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Understand your child’s growth through their stages of development with information on key areas.
It’s Important to Remember:

Use our checklists to track your baby’s behavior and discuss any concerns with your healthcare professional.

See What a Parent Has to Say

"You think you're an expert after your first baby, but I just had my second two weeks ago and wish I knew about with my first. It's crazy how the small things I do now can really impact him developmentally in the future!"

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