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6 Months 1 Week - Learning Through Novel Experiences

Since we get set in a day to day routine sometimes we forget to introduce novel experiences to our children. With these new experiences comes new language! 844 more words

Speech & Language Development

6 Months - Onto Crawling!

Around this time your baby is taking the gradual steps to get crawling! We got our hands on an awesome PowerPoint written by a physical therapist Julie Wattenberg. 549 more words

Speech & Language Development

What better way to encourage language from your children than using our Baby Actions book created by speech pathologists!  This book is perfect for ages 0 months and up… it’s never too early to expose them to language learning! 167 more words

Speech & Language Development


As children begin to learn language, many times they tend to overgeneralize a word. For example, they may start calling all transportation items “car”. This video tells you more about it!

Speech & Language Development

5 Months 3 Weeks – Object Permanence 

Object Permanence You may have heard of the term, but “object permanence” is just a fancy phrase for your baby is realizing that objects and people still exist even if he or she cannot see them. 478 more words

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Tube Weaning

Now for those of you that don’t know, Jacob has been exclusively tube fed for nearly his entire life. It was initially introduced when he was about 9 weeks old as his respiratory rate was so fast that he was at an extremely high risk of aspirating his milk when taking a bottle (milk going down the wrong pipe into his lungs!). 392 more words

Hurler Syndrome

Oscar is now ten weeks old and I can officially say I am now a fully fledged zombie ...

The last ten weeks have gone by in a blur of nappies, dirty washing and baby sick, I can no longer tell you what day it is, I think I would probably struggle with stating my name if put on the spot! 385 more words