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Photojournaling Special Days

Once a year that special day rolls around; the day you celebrate the birth of your baby. No matter how old your child, he or she is forever your baby.  However with each passing year there are many notable changes. While we may take pictures of them all the time, highlighting beautiful life moments, there’s something […]

Introducing Your Child to Your New Baby

You probably remember the ease of your first baby. It was you and your partner, bringing home your newborn son or daughter and starting a new life with just the three of you. You had extended family, but the bonding that occurred was simple, problem free. However, now that you are having another baby you […]

Tips for Putting Your Child to Bed

by Patti Teel Getting your child to sleep is about much more than what happens once they get into bed. Here are some ways to establish a healthy bedtime routine each and every night: Make sure bedtime is at the same time every night. Children feel safe and are much more likely to be good […]

Learning Through Senses – The Key To A Child’s Development

by News Canada (NC)—The first few years of a child’s life are full of new and exciting experiences that are absorbed like a sponge through the five senses: touch, taste, smell, sight and sound. From birth, newborns are bombarded with a busy world that they must learn to master. It is the senses that pave […]

It’s OK For Your Child To Be Bored. In Fact, It’s Recommended!

by Alan M. Hess Strange as it may sound, boredom promotes happier, creative kids who are better problem solvers. When children use their own creativity with unstructured play, they find ways to amuse themselves — even if it means simply daydreaming. That’s the advice of child development expert, Alan M. Hess who wants to see […]

Is Your Child Introverted? A Quiz

by Marti Olsen Laney, Psy.D. Where does your child fall on the introvert/extrovert spectrum? (And where do you?) Answer True or False to the following statements (True if it generally applies, False if it generally doesn’t), then add up your True answers to find out. My child: 1. Is energized by time alone in her […]

Eating Right for Sleep

by Patti Teel Food has a huge impact on a child’s well-being. It can energize, increase hyperactivity or induce fatigue. Just as a lack of sleep can jumble a child’s thinking or cause learning problems, so can an inadequate diet. Each child is a unique individual, and it’s unreasonable to think that “one size fits […]

Does Your Toddler Run in the Street? This One Key Phrase Will Stop Him in His Tracks!

By Michelle Shelton, Parenting Coach Keys2Kids.com Does your toddler run away from you? Does he run into the street at times or run towards it, nearly giving you a heart attack? All mothers have felt the panic of seeing their little guy sprinting toward the street! My mother used to say; “you’ll die a million […]

Dealing with “Monsters” and Nighttime Fears

by Stacy DeBroff It can be difficult to think straight when your crying child shakes you awake in the middle of the night frightened and tearful by a nightmare or the monster she knows for sure has taken up residence in her closet or under her bed. Or a terrible dream that leaves her feeling […]

Children’s Birthday Party Planning: When and When Not to Have a Big Party

by Kimberly Hargis Age 1: Invite only family members and close friends only because this birthday is more for the parents than for the child. At age 1, a child doesn’t understand the concept of “Birthday Party.” He or she is getting a lot of attention—which is all a 1-year-old wants or understands anyway. You […]

Button Down Healthy Sleep Habits for Special Needs Kids

By Patti Teel More children than ever before are being diagnosed with special needs “neurobiological disorders” such as ADHD, clinical depression, sensory integration dysfunction, autism and Asperger’s syndrome. Children with these disorders are very likely to have sleep difficulties. In addition, the problems that characterize the disorders will be greatly exacerbated by a lack of […]

Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem

By Paul C. Holinger, M.D., M.P.H., Author of What Babies Say Before They Can Talk When a baby finds that her signals are validated and responded to appropriately—that troubles are soothed and pleasure enhanced—she begins to sense that her feelings, expressions, of her very being, are of value and important. A baby learns that she […]

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