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July 27, 2020

Practical Tips for Mask Wearing

This post is meant to provide some practical tips on mask wearing for teens and kids. As masks at school have become a reality for many, I just wanted to share some information about mask hygiene and skin care to help parents this fall.  As always, parents can set the tone of a situation and encourage kids to have a positive attitude. I don’t think any of us love wea...

September 18, 2018

Reading with your child is important through many of the developmental stages.  As I mom, often my favorite time of the day is spent reading with or to my kids.  Reading even with your infant can provide many benefits.  Science has shown that newborns will have activity in their receptive (listening) and expressive (talking) language centers when parents read to them. Holding your baby and reading...

June 7, 2016

One of the most common concerns of parents is that their babies are “turned around” or have “their nights and days mixed up”. This is very common in newborns which, along with the frequent need to feed, makes caring for a newborn such a challenging (but wonderful) experience.    We expect some exhaustion and schedule disruption at first, but how long is too long and what can we do if the sleep pro...

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