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Bottle to Sippy Cup Transition

Bottle to Sippy Cup Transition Transitioning your baby from a bottle to a sippy cup is not always a piece of cake. By the ages between 6 and 9 months, you can probably start transitioning your child to start drinking from a sippy cup. Once your child is 12 months,

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Potty Training

Potty Training Like most good things, potty training takes time. We, as parents, sometimes would like to rush this process for a variety of reasons, and of course the biggest reason will be to save some money by not having to buy pull-ups or diapers. But is your child really

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The best way to say good bye

The best way to say good bye It’s hard on every working parent to say goodbye to their kids. Between tears, crying, and clinging, daycare drop-off can be really rough and a stressful duty on both baby and parents! The first thing that parents need to be aware is to

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Toe Walking

Toe Walking Toe walking. It’s one of the most difficult and common child development issues I run across in my pediatric therapy practice. I have to admit, every time a preschool teacher comes to me and says, “I think you need to take a look at this student, he is really up there

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Awakening the Senses

Awakening the Senses Give a baby a chunk of ripe banana. She licks and bites off some to chew with her few little teeth experiencing the taste and texture with her mouth. She squashes that banana chunk slowly through her fingers, feeling the texture with her fingers. A preschooler finds

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