Monthly Archives: July 2017

Taste Of Independence: Supporting your toddler’s independent eating

By |July 25th, 2017|

Infant and toddler eating habits seem to change in the blink of an eye. One day they request nothing but scrambled eggs for every meal, and the next, they won’t touch the stuff.

The same can be true of how a toddler eats. If your child, who is normally content with you spoon feeding them mashed […]

Playground Struggles: Minimizing playtime fighting and aggression

By |July 18th, 2017|

Ask most parents and they will tell you that preschoolers have big feelings. One minute, they ooze with love and affection. The next, steam is shooting from their ears over the injustices of not being allowed to color on the walls with red sparkle paint.

And boy, do they feel deeply. While having “big feelings” is […]

Language of Love: Encouraging toddler language development

By |July 6th, 2017|

Toddlerhood is a fabulously fun time for language development. Toddlers are learning new words a mile a minute—and understanding most of what they hear! Like adorable, walking, talking parrots, you’ll notice your toddler repeating back what you just said or words from their favorite songs (“You’re Welcome!”).

Parents play an important role in encouraging their child’s […]