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Creating Comfy Reading Spots Around the House

Creating reading spots around the house is a great way to make reading a fun and easy part of your daily routine from the start. Place books in bins, boxes, bookshelves, or wall shelves in various locations around the house to create frequent opportunities for reading. Fill them up over time, as you collect more books for your little one and switch out books that are age-appropriate as they grow.Make reading spots comfy by adding pillows, blankets, chairs, a play tent or your own special touches. The more your baby has the opportunity to interact with books, the more likely…

Fun Gift Ideas for Teaching Toddlers About Daily Routines

Fun Gift Ideas For Teaching About Daily Routines #gifts #christmas #holidays #toddlers

This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support! Looking for gifts that support early learning concepts? We love products that help little ones learn about daily routines. These tools not only teach important social concepts, but they help toddlers understand daily routines. Talking about daily routines with your toddler may help them feel more comfortable with the sequences of events and transitions – great for building receptive language skills! These books and charts also give your toddler a chance to be a part of the planning process and are fun activities to do together. Here are some of our…

Mealtime Rehab: Tips for Coping with Selective Eaters

Mealtime Rehab

We are so excited to welcome Yaffi Lvova, a Registered Dietician Nutritionist and owner of Baby Bloom Nutrition! In this guest post, she offers excellent tips on picky eating and some creative strategies to get little ones to develop healthy eating habits.  Motherhood is a rollercoaster. The ups and downs in a single day, in a single hour, could drive even the most maternal person to the brink of craziness. Mealtimes are often the needle to the balloon that would otherwise be your sanity. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Mealtimes can be calm, even pleasant. No, you’re…