• Learning from Mistakes

    March 2, 2017

    We all make mistakes in our daily lives.  Teaching our children how to learn from those mistakes, and provide their brain with an opportunity to GROW, is a key component to supporting a growth mindset.   Our tips: Kick erasers to the curb.  At home, younger kids should be encouraged not to erase mistakes.  Instead,…Read More

  • Here Comes Baby

    February 23, 2017

    Adjusting to life with a new baby isn’t just a concern for parents!  Preparing for a new sibling can be full of stress and fear.   Here are our favorite tips to help make this transition smoother for BIG brothers and sisters. Before the new baby arrives Keep routines as normal as possible.  Your child feels…Read More

  • Creating a YES! Environment

    February 16, 2017

    Little people can get themselves into BIG trouble.  But baby-proofing can be costly and difficult for families.  Below are some reasons we recommend taking at least a few steps towards giving your toddler some safe space to play.   Parents of toddlers know a LOT about saying NO.  In an effort to try and say…Read More

  • Picky Eating

    February 9, 2017

    Have you given up on vegetables? Picky eaters are challenging for many families.  Here are some of our favorite tips to help. Don’t stress! Research shows it can take a baby up to 15 tries before they accept a new food into their diet! Be calm and relaxed about mealtime.  Don’t take a refusal personally (even…Read More

  • Separation

    February 2, 2017

    Tips for Caregivers Read their cues. They may not want to be passed to people the way they once did (even grandma!) They are in distress when you leave, even for short periods of time It’s normal. Many children experience difficulty with separation Be patient. Separation anxiety is a phase and will come and go throughout early childhood Don’t…Read More