Holiday Gift Guide for 0-3 Year Olds

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We’ve worked with child development experts to curate our favorite products that help boost child development, and we’re also pairing each gift recommendation with a couple ideas of how you can play together with the child in your life. Toys by themselves are just toys, but when you use these products to play with the kiddos and engage with them … Read More

Baby Activities: Ways to Play With Your 10-12 Month Old That Boost Development

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As he begins crawling around after every shiny object in sight, cruising along furniture – navigating places you never thought he’d be interested in reaching, you may start to feel like your life is a constant game of chase. And you may be wishing you baby-proofed your house already, like your pediatrician started telling you to do at the 6-month … Read More

Infant Activities: Ways to Play With Your 0-3 Month Old That Boost Development

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The first few months aren’t referred to as the “fourth trimester” for nothing. The excitement and joy of welcoming a new, tiny human into the world are often followed by the harsh realities and drastic lifestyle changes of taking care of said tiny human. And in between the sleep deprivation, what seem like endless feedings, and constant outfit changes, you … Read More

Toddler Activities: Ways to Play With Your 31-36 Month Old That Boost Development

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Pretend play is not just a great way to engage your three-year-old’s growing imagination – it can also help teach your child empathy. By pretending to be another person, your child is learning the foundation of what it means to put himself in another person’s shoes. You can also encourage your child to consider feelings during pretend play to foster … Read More

Baby Activities: Ways to Play With Your 7-9 Month Old That Boost Development

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But then, out of nowhere, your baby does something that lights your whole world up. She says something akin to “mama” or “dada”; she scoots herself along on the floor for the first time; she copies a facial expression you’ve never seen her make before… and you melt. My daughter first started crawling on a completely unremarkable Sunday night. We … Read More