5 Tips to Avoid Having to Give Your Kids CPR or Choking Relief

5 Tips to Avoid Having to Give Your Kids CPR or Choking Relief NEVER leave an infant unattended in the bathtub – children can drown in as little as 2” of water. This includes toilets, fountains, and buckets of water. Reduce the water heater in your home to 120...

Casting a Vision for Fatherhood

Dads, I have two questions for you. First, when you interview for a job, how many times were you asked about your five-year professional plan? Second, when you found out you were going to be a dad, how many times were you asked about your vision for fatherhood? If you...

Covid & Kids – Dr Molly

We had the chance to interview Dr Molly O’Shea M.D., an award winning Pediatrician, about Covid & Kids.    Here are the highlights:  – Children are less at risk of getting covid, and show fewer symptoms than adults. – Children show symptoms that...

Concept of time in children

Infants and Toddlers (0-2): Time is perceived mostly through repetition of actions and routines Pre-schoolers (3-4): Progressively understand the time concepts of “before” and “after” Kindergarteners (5-6): Begin to understand that some events occur weekly, monthly...

Learn & Play Program: Animal Around the World

Learn & Play Program: Animals Around the World Download the Free Printable Download your FREE Workbook & Join our CommunityName First Last Email CAPTCHA This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. What you will get in this Program...

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3 Common Mistakes Parents Make As parents, we all do our best, yet we fall for the same traps over and over again! Here are three the most common mistakes we see in our practice.   Not Being Consistent It is hard to be consistent as a parent. One day we’re saying...