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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Sensory Play for Babies and Toddlers

One sensory based learning activity we use in classes is scarf play! Sensory play helps your baby and toddler to develop as a whole child!  This includes brain development, language development, and gross and fine motor skills. Plus, our classes are small in sizes which allows your child to explore their environment and baby friends!!…

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Kids… Paint Mess… HELP!!

I sit down with a cup of coffee microwaved for the third time. Me G, 7 months old, is taking a nap and Miss K and Mr E are downstairs and there is no bickering. Life is bliss. I get comfortable and ready to start up my laptop. I have plans, big ones, and these…

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Child Development and What Does this REALLY mean?

Child development, we hear this term tossed around a lot in magazines, doctor’s offices, at the health units, and various programs. Yes, Little Hands & Me Parenting Network even takes this term one step more and suggests, “whole child development”.   So what is this whole child development? Why should you care about this when…

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Bringing Baby Sign into your Day to Day Life

At Little Hands & Me we promote the ease of including baby sign language into your daily activities!! That’s right, when you join our Network you will be filled with easy to remember tips, tools and play to support your parenting adventure (including signing with your baby, toddler and preschoolers)! Baby sign language is educational,…

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