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Apr 2014
by Brad Miller | Books, Child Development | 0

Nothing gladdens my heart more than watching Bennett peruse a board book. He has a library of them, and he has barreled through each one. Touch and feel books are his favorite. Oftentimes, in the morning, my wife and I will hear Bennett cooing and giggling to himself.

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Apr 2014
by Lynn Louise Wonders | Books, Child Care, Child Development | 0

Young children experience a variety of emotions, but they lack the vocabulary to express how they are feeling. While play is the most natural way for children to communicate, we can help them develop a vocabulary of words to express feelings verbally as well. 

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Apr 2014
by Dr. Laura Jana | Health & Wellness, Family, Safety | 0

There’s no question that children’s safety, along with their health and well-being, is a top parental priority.

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Mar 2014
by Sarah Thompson | Books, Child Care, Family, Safety | 0

As a person who thrives on finding life’s efficiencies (I don’t know if that makes me smart or lazy!), I have always been a fan of the “two–in-one” concept.

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Nothing gladdens my heart more than watching Bennett peruse a board book. He has a library of them, and he has barreled through each one. Touch and feel books are his favorite.

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