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Screen time ‘may harm toddlers’!

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BBC News – Screen time ‘may harm toddlers’! The verdict is in and this is definitely a huge concern for a lot of parents out there. Letting a toddler spend lots of time using screens may delay their development of skills such as language and sociability, according to a large C ...

When Do Babies Roll Over?

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Rolling Over… Though you’re probably looking forward to your baby crawling and then taking that first step, she has another big movement higher up on her milestones list – being able to roll over. Rolling is an important milestone for a baby because it’s her first b ...

Understanding Baby’s Developing Vision

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Understanding your baby’s developing vision is critical as a parent and here’s why… Baby’s First Blinks The second Baby is born, his vision kicks in and his visual development begins. At birth, your baby’s eyes have the visual acuity of 20/400, but his rapidly developin ...

How to Encourage Baby to Stand

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Make His Crib a Safe Place Baby will likely first begin to stand by pulling himself up in his crib. Crib railings are at the perfect height and are easy for him to hold onto. In preparation, move the mattress to the lowest setting and remove all crib toys to keep him from standing on them [&hel ...

Reading

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When and how can I teach my toddler to read? The truth is, right now you really can’t. Children usually don’t start reading before the age of 5 or 6, and for good reason. Researchers believe that until that age, most children have not yet formed certain neural connections that allow them ...

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