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What is Self-Soothing? About this Social-Emotional Tool

There is no better feeling than being able to relax and let your troubles melt away. This form of personal comfort is called self-soothing, and it is an important, lifelong skill that can help with sleeping, managing emotions, building healthy relationships, and so much more. For babies and children, self-soothing is being able to calm themselves without the […]

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How Playing in Nature Helps Your Child’s Development

How many times have you heard this throughout your life? Probably a lot! It’s a part of human nature to enjoy the great outdoors (when the weather is to our liking, of course). But did you know being outside can have actual benefits for your child’s development? Playing in nature can help children of all […]

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Why is Baby Crying? Here Are the Top 5 Reasons

As much as we wish baby could always be smiling and giggling, it is a fact of early life babies will cry—a lot. They will usually cry on a daily basis, and especially in their first few months of life. As a newborn, crying is a way of communicating with you about their basic needs. While parents […]

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10 Important Nutritional Tips for Seniors

Memory problems, mobility issues and various medical conditions are common signs of ageing. They signify a decline in physical and mental health and can lead to serious health issues among the elderly. Thus, it becomes extremely necessary for seniors to try and control this decline, while also working on maintaining their overall well-being. And one […]

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Proprioception? Understanding the “Body Awareness” Sense

At every age, senses help with more than just seeing, smelling, tasting, feeling, and hearing. Senses play an important role in everything from staying balanced, to riding a bike, to knowing when we’re hungry and thirsty. Here we’ll dive into a sense called proprioception, also known as the body awareness sense. Learn more about all the […]

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Vestibular Sense? Understanding the “Balance” Sence

At every age, sense help with more than just seeing, smelling, tasting, feeling, and hearing. Vestibular Senses play an important role in everything from staying balanced, to riding a bike, to knowing when we’re hungry and thirsty. Here we’ll dive into the vestibular sense, also known as the balance sense. Learn more about all the senses by […]

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How To Make Sure Baby Gets the Nap Time They Need

We know that sleep is essential for childhood development. In fact, children will spend 40% of their childhood asleep! So, how much of that nap should be from naps? How long should your baby nap for, and is there an age when napping should end? Here are some helpful napping tips, so you know where and […]

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How Baby’s Motor Development Impacts Their Feeding

Starting solid foods is an exciting milestone for baby! It opens up a whole new world of tastes and textures for them, and you can start to learn more about which foods are their favorites. Baby typically starts solid foods around 4-6 months of age, but did you know that baby’s readiness to start solids […]

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Why is Sleep Important for Your Child’s Development?

Sleep is more than just sweet dreams—it is the foundation of healthy development throughout our lives, and especially for babies and children. So what does healthy sleep look like for your child? In terms of quantity, children need a lot of sleep. In fact, most will spend 40% of their childhood asleep! By 7-9 months, […]

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Teach Your Child About Giving with These Fun Activities

The holidays are a time of giving thanks, giving gifts, and giving back. When children learn about the value of giving back at a young age, it becomes an important part of their lives.   So here are some engaging and family-friendly activities to introduce your child to the art of giving to others! Donate […]