The BEST Parenting Tip

Parenting Tip for Keeping Your Sanity Keep your day flexible. Stop trying to get your newborn onto a schedule. There are many professionals out there that will tell you that your baby needs to sleep x amount a night, and during the day from this time to this time. Plus, you cannot leave the house…

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How to Plan for Your New Addition When You Have a Disability

H Planning to have a new addition to the family can be stressful. It can seem like everyone has their own ideas about what diapers to use, what clothes to buy, or how to deal with the baby when she cries.  Add in your own concerns about the mental or physical disabilities of either yourself…

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When to teach baby sign class

As soon as you want to get out of the house and make mommy friends! Our Baby Sign Language classes are so much more than teaching a couple handy signs. We learn about child development, neuroscience, and parenting. We learn through the love of music, movement, books and sensory play.   We laugh we share,…

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Why to use Baby Sign

We have been camping and the weather has been cool and rainy.   While I have been spending time inside as Mr G explores, I have been reading, and surfing the internet. We have also been taking the time to connect as a family. Meal Time is important for us to talk, laugh and enjoy…

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Why Do Baby Sign Language?

Many families ask me if their baby is too young for our signing class. Brain development of a child is important in the early years. Infact, the brain thickness nearly triples in the first year of life! Therefore, every word, every activity and every moment is so important for their future development. Wow, nothing like…

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Baby Sign Language Benefit

We had a day filled with doctor appointments, and house hunting. Therefore, we spent significant time driving. At our last appointment Mr G woke up from a car nap. He smiled and cooed followed by a moment of fussiness. When I looked at him, he was grumbling and signing “milk”! Yes!!!! At 7.5 months of…

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