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The optimum age for children to learn a second language. Bilingual Speech Development Today many parents recognize the value of their children learning another language. It opens kids up to other cultures, enhances many of their [...]
Is toddler stuttering a concern or normal language development. Stuttering and Toddlers Imagine not being able to express yourself in words for years, and then finally acquiring the skills to do so? It’s what happens to [...]
Is your toddler’s language developing on time? Toddler Language Development Watching children develop their language skills is really exciting. In the course of just a couple of years a child goes from a cooing, babbling baby [...]
A look the unique needs of single parent moms & their daughters. Single Parent Moms After all as a single aren’t, most of the responsibilities of raising kids can’t be shared. But for moms who are [...]
How to create a little space and time for you and you only. Mom Sanctuary For moms feeling tapped out isn’t just common, it’s understandable. That’s because in many ways, moms have to be all things [...]
Helping kids cope with separation anxiety at bedtime. Separation Anxiety at Bedtime Separating from mom and dad at the end of the day can make a toddler or preschooler pretty anxious. While bedtime routines can help [...]
When will you baby sleep through the night? How Babies Learn How to Sleep If there’s one thing most parents of newborns want to know, it’s when babies will sleep through the night. It’s a fair [...]