• goo-goo-ga-ga
    Goo-goo, Ga-ga
    Watching your baby grow into a bubbly toddler is one of the most exciting aspects of early parenting. He starts to make cooing noises or imitate sounds during his first year. And then it finally happens – your child finally says his first “real” word when he turns one! At 18 months, he goes on ...
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    Preparing for Preschool
    The table is strewn with preschool brochures, newspaper articles and advertisements of the latest teaching early childhood education methods. The computer is logged into a preschool webpage. You are on the phone with the principal, asking her how much it will cost to send your child there. Yes, it is time for preschool. It is ...
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    YOUR LITTLE BUDDING ‘EXPERT’
    Are you surprised at how much your toddler seems to understand? Or how fast your child is progressing in pre-school? Don’t be. Young children’s brains are meant to act like sponges to help them quickly learn really important things. Your job as a parent is to stimulate your child’s mind and provide every opportunity for ...
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    Bringing Out The Best In Your Child
    Our children embody a past that is tied to two people who have decided to spend their lives together, and a future that holds a promise of great expectations. An important part of the expectations that come along with parenthood is that our children develop to become the best they can be. For our children ...
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    The Development of Speech
    To a parent, the joy of hearing their child say “mama” for the first time is immeasurable. That momentous occasion is preceded by months of cooing and babbling and soon followed by many more words. So how does a baby’s cooing sound transform into intelligible speech? Speech is a complex process. In order to speak ...
  • one-year-and-counting
    One Year and Counting!
    Spend more time with your child and help her develop healthily Congratulations! Your child has just turned one. Looking at her now, it would be difficult to imagine that just twelve months earlier she was a helpless baby who did nothing more than drink milk and sleep. At one year, your child is now standing ...
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    What Baby can do at 6 Months
    A six-month-old baby is a lot of fun. Compared with the earlier months, she is now more aware of her surroundings and is eager to participate in conversations, always hungering for attention. She is now able to smile and laugh, and parents often look forward to spending time with their babies after work. As her ...
  • better-eyes-brains
    Better Eyes, Better Brains
    Baby’s ability to see will greatly determine the strength and function of her brain. This is especially crucial during her first three years of life when brain development is at its most rapid. Baby is born with almost all the neurons (or brain cells) she will ever have. It is during her developmental years when ...
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    What Baby can Achieve at 3 Months
    Baby is now 3 months old! She is now showing changes both mentally and physically and is no longer the tiny baby who slept through most of the day, waking up only for milk. Changes are taking place every minute, making it difficult for mums or even dads to leave them even for a while ...
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    Let’s Play!
    It is a world full of excitement for your baby. During the first year of her life, she will develop quickly into her own personality. And while there are lots of toys for babies this age, she will need your company and love the most. Play with her to help her develop her motor skills ...