The neuroscience of tummy time

It’s common knowledge that tummy time is key to developing the strength and motor skills needed for reaching, rolling over, sitting up, and crawling. What...

Children’s development is not linear

Are you worried about the order of your baby’s milestone completion? Don’t! Science shows that development is not as linear as we like to think. Of...

The first few years: Taste

The sense of taste is probably the most complicated of the five senses! If you think about the foods you like and dislike, you’ll probably...

Baby growth spurts: How to detect them and what to do

One of the most commonly discussed topics among parents is the phenomenon of growth spurts.  You’ve probably heard parents, relatives, and friends discuss growth spurts,...

Child developmental milestones and ranges: First 12 months

All parents, specially first-timers, are eager for information that will help them make sure their children are having a satisfactory development. Although every baby develops...

School is out: The best tips and tricks for vacations

School is out and your little one will need enriching learning opportunities outside the classroom. We know that keeping your child stimulated and having fun...
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