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Looking to Preserve Your Child’s Earliest Memories?  There May Be a Scientific Approach

  When you think back to your childhood, can you bring up your first memory? Chances are, nothing comes to mind from a time before you were two or three, and then only a fragment of memory may be there. For most of us, memories are not cemented until we […]
Moms – It’s Okay To Let Your Children Get Messy 

Moms – It’s Okay To Let Your Children Get Messy 

A quick scroll through social media will show moms with picture-perfect homes – complete with neatly dressed children. But if you’re like most families… this portrayal of how children “should” look and behave is not reality. So if your child plays in dirt and always seems to have some mysterious […]
Having A Shy Child Is Not A Character Defect 

Having A Shy Child Is Not A Character Defect 

Children are often categorized as outgoing and full of energy – but it’s important to remember every child is wired differently. There are children who are more quiet and shy, and don’t tend to speak up or be overly social. The sad thing is, many educators and adults think there […]
Conquer This Common Childhood Fear With These Helpful Tips

Conquer This Common Childhood Fear With These Helpful Tips

It’s all-too-common for children to experience fears when they are young and going through so many new experiences. It’s hard for many adults to conquer their own fears, so just imagine how difficult it is for a child to face something they’re afraid of. This is especially true with one […]
Every Parent Pushes This Skill And It’s Not Helping 

Every Parent Pushes This Skill And It’s Not Helping 

Every parent wants to see their child succeed in life, beginning when they make their first coo. Don’t get me wrong, it does feel good to have your child place first in the spelling bee or be the only toddler in playgroup to be able to spell their name – […]