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3 to 5 Years Continuing to Learn

Many parents wonder if it is time to start teaching their children the basics of reading and writing at this age. Some children who are ready to learn these basics will know some simple words. But there is no need to push your child. It is important…

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Good Habits for 2 to 3 years Toddler

Good Dental Habits Good dental habits are important, beginning as soon as your baby has teeth to brush. Nearly 60% of children get their first cavity by age 3. Many parents think this does not matter because children lose their baby teeth anyway. Dentists do not agree. …

How to find Quality Childcare and Preschool

One of the most important decisions parents face is choosing quality childcare and a preschool.  Childcare  We all need help to raise our children. In the early months you may have relied on relatives and close friends to help you with childcare. But leaving your baby with…

Safety Check List

▢ Continue to ask people not to smoke around your baby. A baby also has a higher chance of dying of SIDS if a mother smokes while she is pregnant or if there are smokers in the home. Babies’ lungs and airways are very small and they…

Reducing the Risk of SIDS

Put your baby to bed on her back. Babies should always sleep on their backs. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is less likely to affect babies who sleep in this position. NEVER PUT YOUR BABY TO SLEEP ON HER TUMMY. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is the…

Milestones of 2 to 3 Years Children

2 years Uses 2 and 3 word sentences, “Go bye-bye.” Words can be understood by people some of the time.  3 years Words can be understood by people most of the time. Can follow 2-step instructions such as “Get the ball and put it on the table.”…

Eager to Learn

Babies are ready to make contact from the moment of birth. It’s this loving contact between parents and family that helps a baby’s brain to grow. These relationships result in healthy emotions and a good foundation for learning. It’s all part of what’s called developing literacy; the…

Bathing Your Baby

Bathing your child is another one of those wonderful parent-child bonding experiences. If you talk to the baby and treat this as a fun activity, your baby will come to enjoy it as well. Unless it is a particularly hot day and your baby is sweaty, you…

Choking Hazards and Emergency Instructions

There are many things that children can choke on. A few examples are: Small toys or pieces of a toy Food Plastic bags Coins Stones Balloons Any other object smaller than the opening of a toilet paper roll (Actual size Toilet Paper Roll) Toys for this age…

Breastfeeding Tips

Do NOT worry if breastfeeding is not easy at first. Give it a chance. Both you and your baby have to learn how to do it. It is easiest to nurse if you can do so in a comfortable position where you are as relaxed as possible….

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