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March 18, 2020

Living through "shelter in place" means we have to get creative in meeting our children's movement needs. Various studies have shown just how important movement is for brain development, learning, mood, language development, self-regulation, and academic achievement. W...

December 26, 2019

Studies have shown that a positive attitude and resiliency are the most linked traits to being a happy person.  While modeling is the main way our children learn from us (so try your best to reflect positivity and resiliency), here are some other helpful ways to foster...

August 27, 2019

  1. Always introduce new foods with foods your child already likes and eats. For example if you are introducing zucchini pasta, pair it with chicken nuggets.

  2. Family style meals help expose children to new foods and give them a sense of control around mealtime by b...

Children don’t develop true impulse control until age 3.5-4 years of age. The kind of control that involves rational thinking where they can step back in the moment and think, “should I do this,” or “is this safe.”  That said, there are behavior strategies and key word...

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