YOUR BABY NEEDS A CHANGE

It’s easy to get into a rut with your baby, playing with them in the same spot with the same toys in the same ways. That makes sense: when you find a way to keep your baby content and happy, you tend to want to stick with it. The problem with this sameness is that […]

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LET YOUR BABY GET MESSY (TRUST ME ITS WORTH IT)

Your baby explores the world with their hands. Tactile play gives babies the chance to build sensory associations and strengthen cognitive skills. The hands are connected to many areas of the developing brain; this is sometimes called the “hand-brain connection.” It’s hard not to cringe when we see food all over our child’s face, hands, […]

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HANDLING TANTRUMS WITH THE SEEK METHOD

Your once sweet child suddenly started yelling and screaming when you’re trying to implement something new? or even telling them to stop doing or do something? I know it can be confusing, stimulating and just annoying. Hearing a child scream at the top of their lungs for things can often lead us, caregivers, to overreact […]

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HELP YOUR BABY ENJOY NEW FOOD

Research shows that introducing your baby to more flavours now increases the likelihood that they will accept and enjoy them later. Keep trying because it can take 10 or more exposures to a new food before a baby learns to like it. Avoid this common mistake If your baby spits out new food, scrunches up […]

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EASING YOUR BABY’S SEPERATION ANXIETY

Around 6 months of age, some babies start to experience separation anxiety. When your baby clings or cries as you leave, parting can be hard on both of you. Don’t worry: they’ll get through it. In fact, most babies stop crying within 5 minutes or so after a parent’s departure.  Separation anxiety is a sign […]

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