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  • Motor Skill Development in Babies and Toddlers

    Motor skills help connect the child to new experiences. Thus, the basic movements of the body parts act as a base for several other developmental milestones in children, for example, cognition, communication, self-esteem, sensory intelligence, emotional expression, and postural control.

    Incorporating motor skill activities into your child’s playtime is much easier than expected. Simply observe whatever interests your child the most at the time and try to make it an activity including some form of motor skill.

  • What Do Babies Remember?

    Now that I am a mother, I want to make memories with my child. I want my children to look back one day at their childhood with fondness, but how exactly does memory work, especially with a baby? 

    Well, memory is an interesting thing. I’m a nerd for the neurological science behind how the brain creates memories. Did you know that before 18 months of age, your child only forms something called implicit memory? Hang with me here, ‘cause this is really cool….

  • Traveling With A Baby? Here's What You Need To Know!

    Life takes a sharp turn after having a baby. And rightfully so. Taking care of your baby and finding your way on the map is definitely a big task. It’s no secret that while some journeys will be easy, others will be difficult. But there are things that you can do to make traveling with a baby a lot less stressful. 

    This blog is about helping you prepare for your much-awaited trip. Plus, it also gives an idea of what to expect if this is the first time you travel with your baby. 

    Make your journey easier by following these tips:

    All aspects of parenthood are demanding, and traveling is no exception. However, you can make it happen with enough planning, following some traveling tips, and holding your sanity together during the journey.

  • The First Year of Motherhood - An Honest Reflection on the Longest and Shortest Year of My Life

    I did it. Year one down, many more to go. No one told me that this year would be both the shortest and longest year of my life. In fact, no one t...
  • Welcoming All that Becoming a Mother or Father Brings

    Becoming a mother or father changes you deeply. When a small, vulnerable baby enters your world and you realize how utterly dependent she is on you...
  • What Moms Should Know About Making a Kid-Friendly Kitchen

    As a parent, you want what’s best for your children and you want to protect them. Even at home you have to be a little overprotective sometimes. ...
  • Choosing A Daycare? 3 Things About the Teachers You Should Pay Attention To

    In today’s society, it is becoming more and more common for parents to be required to put their children in daycare. This can be a very difficult s...
  • What to Know About Leaving Your Child With a Babysitter

    Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting experiences you’ll ever have. Rocking your baby to sleep, feeding them and playing with them can fee...
  • The Best Dog Breeds if You Have Young Children at Home

      Dogs make great companions for small children. When purchasing a dog for your child, he or she will be provided with a source of love that is un...
  • What Every New Parent Should Do to Plan for the Future

    Becoming a parent means taking on the awesome responsibility of providing the best future possible for your son or daughter as they grow into adult...
  • How to Make Your Baby More Comfortable as They Sleep

    It is normal for infants to not sleep through the night. However, it is also understandable for parents to want their babies to sleep well so that...
  • What You Need to Know if Your Child Is Diagnosed With Severe Food Allergies

    Receiving a diagnosis of a severe food allergy for your child can be devastating. Some foods are incredibly difficult to avoid. Your life will be f...