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6 Important Toy Safety Tips All Parents Should Know

Playtime is more fun with toys! At all ages, there are important toy safety tips to follow. Here are our top tips to keep your child safe while they play! Size is very important. Make sure that toys are not too small or too large for your child. Toys should be at least 1.25 inches in […]

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What is a Pediatric Physical Therapist?

Nope! Sometimes, children and even babies need physical therapy, too. You might not give a second thought to walking up the stairs or picking up a drink. But for a child with an injury or delay in development, those simple tasks can be a real challenge. That’s where a pediatric physical therapist can help. What […]

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Why Baby’s Sense of Smell is Important

They say the nose knows. That couldn’t be truer for your newborn. Their sense of smell is not just incredibly strong, but it helps them learn about people and places, and guides the development of their other senses. Their noses may be tiny (and adorable!), but they are quite powerful! Learn more below. Babies have a […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Car Seat Safety

Many parents know the car safety basics, but there’s so much involved in making sure your child is riding safely. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends having children ride rear-facing until they reach the maximum height or weight allowed by the car seat manufacturer, which is typically past their second birthday. Why is this? Children’s bodies change […]

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From Baby’s First Steps to Walking on Their Own

Walking is an important marker of healthy development for your babys—and an exciting new way for them to explore! Not only is it essential for physical development, but it gives your child independence and access to new environments. So let’s get moving! Here are some of your most common walking questions, answered. When should my […]

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Uber for Babysitters: Trusted Child Care

We all know that parenting can be tough. Especially, Trusted for working parents striking a balance between their professional time and baby’s time can be challenging. While every parent tries to devote as much personal time to their young children, they are often constrained. Also, there are times when parents need to go out for a […]

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8 Fun Ways to Workout with Your Baby

It’s so important to get baby moving—and to keep mom and dad moving, too! Here are some great ways to “workout” together. Stretch it Out Every good workout begins with stretches—and baby can be a part of that! As you stretch, place baby somewhere where you can make eye contact, so you can interact with […]

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How to Master the Art of Potty Training

I assume that a task as delicate as handling the basic needs of babies is performed by us dotting moms & master only. So to begin with, I am a mother of a 22-months-old baby girl, who, every time she has to poop, tell me so. It has been the case since she started speaking […]

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How Addiction Impacts Children Of Addicts

Addiction impacts every area of an individual’s life. Although addiction often seems innocuous at first, and rarely displays its true colors immediately after it develops, it has far-reaching and often unimagined effects for the individual who is addicted and those around them. Although it may appear as though addiction is only damaging or harmful if […]