Teaching kids about body parts and body autonomy is important and part of our jobs as parents.
How to foster your child’s autonomy and build confidence with this simple principle.
This blog post covers plagiocephaly, or flattening of the head on babies. We’ll discuss why it happens, prevention tips and when helmet therapy is needed.
Thumb sucking is very natural for babies and young children. It’s a form of exploration early on and it can also be self-soothing. We want to balance that desire with other interventions. Here’s what you need to know.
Some of your child’s biggest learning moments will come through the self-confidence, creativity, self-reliance, and problem-solving skills learned through independent play time.
Baby containers can be correlated with a lot of judgement. I want to explain the limitations and explain balancing them with our developmental activities!
Co-viewing is one of my favorite screen time activities! It allows you to diversify play, and promote development if you do it right. Read on for tips!
It’s okay to admit you don’t like playing with your child. Playing, especially in the infant years, can be tough. Read on for tips to bring back the joy during play time.
I am both a pediatrician and a mom, so I know the developmental impact of screens, but I also understand the convenience. Keep these tips in mind when deciding how to handle screen time for your child.