Child Development

Child Development tips by Age: from sleep schedules for babies to fun learning activities for preschool to grade school and behavior advice for tweens to teens.


E.A.S.Y. Month 9 to Month 12

E.A.S.Y. Month 9 to Month 12


Posted on Jan 27, 2018

    This sleep series is a beneficial refresher course for me with a new baby years after my other children have outgrown the baby stage.  This is a schedule of sorts that has worked for me as well as thousands of other mom’s worldwide; I hope you find it just as beneficial.     As your child grows, be sure to adjust their schedule accordingly using additional charts {more coming soon}.   E.A.S.Y. DAY 4 TO WEEK 6 E.A.S.Y. WEEK 6...

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    Congratulations! After 9+ months you’ve finally met your little bundle of joy. You’re ready to settle into your new “normal” only that new normal feels utterly chaotic. How can you seamlessly transition from a crying newborn to an engaging, smiling 4-month-old?  It’s called a perfect Fourth Trimester.  The Fourth Trimester: Yes, It Does Exist! Let’s discuss what it is, how it impacts you and...

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Your Kid’s Helmet Fit Guide

Your Kid’s Helmet Fit Guide


Posted on Oct 22, 2016

    Your kids are on the move. Your pediatrician has advised you to make sure they wear their safety gear, especially a safety helmet, to protect those hard heads of theirs. Now how do you make sure you’re getting the right helmet and the right helmet fit?   This is extremely important as more than 80,000 people are treated in hospital emergency rooms for injuries related to skateboarding alone.    Find the Right Helmet Fit  ...

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7 Must Read Books for Expecting Moms

    I’m a book lover. And I research topics to no end when I want to make sure to have accurate information. As a mom, I’ve found certain books to be lifesavers for certain seasons of motherhood.   The following list of 7 books are a must read for any expecting moms, whether it’s her first or her umpteenth baby.   I’m going to present each book in a sequential order. So consider reading book number 1 before...

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    Screen Time Reality   Kids today are surrounded by digital devices. They were born into a digital age. We parents continually try to navigate this reality, determining the role tablets, computers, smart phones, and television should play in the lives of our children. The advice out there on screen time seems to contradict and even shift right before our eyes.   So is there a science to screen time? How can we know for sure what is...

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    Patience or Kindness?   I’ve been tossing this question around for a while now. Some may feel these attributes are interchangeable or that one should not be greater than the other. In theory, I’d agree. And I did for many years. In application, I found something else to be true recently.   There is definitely a relationship between patience and kindness.   Without patience, a putting up with either emotionally or...

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