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What's Wrong With My Son? Nothing, I Hope: The Truth Behind a Worried Dad.

So I’ve been sort of cryptic with some of my blogs regarding Jax and some perceived “issues” going on. Not that there is some major catastrophe or illness or anything like that. 1,204 more words

Slang: South Africa’s 12th (un)official language

South Africa is made up of over 52 million people living across nine provinces, all little countries in their own right. Like cans of paint, South Africans come in a variety of colours, making up a rainbow unlike any other you’ve ever seen. 1,103 more words

Expressive Language

19 Months 3 Weeks - Ways to Incorporate Language into Bath Time

Bath Time is a fun time! And when children are having fun you can get tons of language out of them! We start out by making sure the bath itself is extra motivating. 295 more words

Speech & Language Development

19 Months 2 Weeks - Concept of “Mine”

Have you noticed that your child recently thinks everything is theirs and will often say “mine” or something similar such as “me” or “my”. It’s definitely early for learning a variety of pronouns, but you can begin with the difference between “mine” and “yours” to make your child aware that items also belong to other people. 151 more words

Speech & Language Development

17 Months 3 Weeks - Importance of Brushing Toddler Teeth While Simultaneously Encouraging Language

Even though your toddler will eventually lose their baby teeth, it is very important for you to keep them clean and healthy to avoid future dental problems. 215 more words

Speech & Language Development

Rory's Story Cubes

I thought I published this post on November 19, but obviously I did not. Here it is now for your viewing pleasure.

We had literacy night at my 5th and 6th grade school a few nights ago. 237 more words

Creative Writing

17 Months - Encouraging a Sense of Humor

Do you have a jokester on your hands? Kids at this age tend to really start testing their limits and boundaries. While they are doing so they develop quite a sense of humor on their own. 210 more words

Speech & Language Development