How to Survive a Beach Trip with an Infant & a Toddler — In 5 Simple Steps

Vacations with kids can be less than relaxing, so here are some tips to make your beach trip with an infant and a toddler stress-free…or at least a little easier! Very young children become cranky and uncooperative when they’re tired and hungry.  So make sure they are still getting what they need while you’re at […]

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Activities for Infants 6 to 12 Months — Object Permanence

Something you will often see in early childhood education centers is an object permanence box, like the one my very talented husband made for N.  Object permanence is the understanding that when an object is covered up or hidden in some way, it hasn’t simply disappeared — it still exists.  When an infant understands object […]

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Activities for Infants 6 to 12 Months

In the past couple of weeks, N has been perfecting her army crawl.  We first noticed her crawling when she was chasing a little red ball that kept rolling away from her.  It is by far the most motivating object for N, but I’m worried that once her teeth come in (if they ever do!) […]

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