Baby Drooling? 5 Revealing Things About Your (Adorable) Drooling Baby
Sep18

Baby Drooling? 5 Revealing Things About Your (Adorable) Drooling Baby

Bibs aren’t just for meal time! By the time your baby is around two months old, you may find yourself with more and more soggy blankets, drool rags, and onesies. Sure, non-stop drool can be messy, but it’s not just a slick, slippery hassle—infant saliva serves some very important purposes in your little one’s development. Here are some of the burning questions we’ve heard about drool, and the, ahem, easy-to-digest answers from the...

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For Some Kids, Change Is Hard (Like Foot-Stomping, I-Don’t-Wanna Hard). Here’s How to Help Them Be a Little More Flexible
Feb28

For Some Kids, Change Is Hard (Like Foot-Stomping, I-Don’t-Wanna Hard). Here’s How to Help Them Be a Little More Flexible

Flat tires. Burned dinners. An outflow of cash you didn’t expect. Sometimes things go awry, and even well-grounded adults can lose their sense of calm. So we shouldn’t be surprised, that when faced with sudden changes, many kids have a tendency to, well, freak out. Let’s set the scene: It’s Thursday, your family’s designated pizza night, but when you arrive at your favorite pie shop, it’s unexpectedly closed. In a valiant effort to...

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Yoga & Meditation for kids
Sep04

Yoga & Meditation for kids

Meditation during yoga can teach children relaxation techniques and how to reduce stress and also provides other amazing health benefits Meditation can help kids read and respond to internal signals of stress before their developing brains and bodies give in to a full-blown tantrum. “Yoga is great for kids too as it helps them become more conscious of their bodies, gain flexibility, build up their...

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Christmas gift ideas that aren’t toys
Nov30

Christmas gift ideas that aren’t toys

What if this year, we gave children Christmas gifts that are not toys? Whether in a more responsible approach towards the wallet, the environment or by wanting non-material gifts, discover our ideas for Christmas gifts other than toys. Christmas is just around the corner and you start to think about the organization, the decoration and the gifts! A quick walk into the little kids’ room is enough to realize that it is already...

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Support Children (and Yourself) During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Jul29

Support Children (and Yourself) During the COVID-19 Outbreak

The coronavirus outbreak has changed many things about our daily lives. But even during this uncertain time, it’s a sure thing that our children are still learning, growing, and developing. Everyone can help support a child’s healthy development (and it may even help relieve your stress!). Just a few minutes and some simple, free activities from Center on The Developing Child ( Harvard University) can make a difference. 1-    Practice...

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