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Tilted Head Store 11m
with your little ones 🧒 can be a real science sometimes. went through that topic and prepared comprehensive tips and strategies on how to encourage speech development from the earliest age.
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Lori Lite Dec 1
Children need to be allowed to make age appropriate decisions. It prepares them for the future.
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Tanya 16m
Don't rush to plan activities because you fear your child might get bored!
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Angie Vallejo - Muses of a Mom Dec 3
From my blogger friend : "When you encourage little ones, it helps them become confident and independent while having fun learning new things."
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Parental Sage 👪 14h
From deep contentment comes the courage to achieve. -
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Tanya Nov 28
Follow your child's lead! It will open more doors to communicate with one another.
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Feast of Steve(n) Blair Nov 28
3am: 6 y-o came to my bedside. Lip wobbling, he said, "I'm scared, Daddy". I confessed I was also scared, citing effects of climate change, the chances of nuclear holocaust etc. etc. He returned to bed of his own volition & today seems fine, if a little withdrawn.
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somnathsikdar Nov 30
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Chris van Tulleken 🏳️‍🌈 Dec 1
As a respected medical authority I get a lot of questions about how to be a really excellent parent...
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Average Momma Bear Dec 2
I'm the kind of mom that burns a grilled cheese sandwich and then makes another one perfectly so my kids don't have to eat the burned one. And then I eat the burned one because I hate wasting food. They don't know how good they have it.
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Tanya Nov 30
Stop offering monetary rewards for good grades - there are better ways!
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Parental Sage 👪 Dec 1
Toddlers need order and consistency. Toddlers prefer things to be exactly the same every day—the same routine, things in the same place, and the same rules. It helps them understand, make sense of their world, and know what to expect. -Simone Davies
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KeiR MD Dec 1
When I first sent the “ready to publish” for children’s book, I thought maybe we’d sell 100 copies. 150 if we got lucky. We’re at >850 (🙏🏼🙌🏼) & since we’re here, might as well shoot for 1000 right!? 👏🏼
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stayathomemummy Dec 3
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BestCaseParenting Dec 3
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bodhi Dec 3
Appreciate kids for who they are, and not just what they achieve😱❤️
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Mother Distracted, Family Lifestyle Blog In Wales Dec 4
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T.R. Thibodeau Dec 2
Simple things parents can do to raise independent kids!
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El Bruno @🇨🇦 Nov 26
Me before parenting: I will never, I mean NEVER lie to my kids Me after parenting: if you eat too much candy, a spider will eat your face
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Alan Batt Dec 1
I made a decision making tool for my five-year olds to assist with dinnertime questions. Upcoming in the series will include "Should I talk with food in my mouth?" and "Can I have a snack?"
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