What Are Some Good Habits for Children?

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When you have children, you may want to equip them with some great habits that can help them to go further in life. As a general rule, the earlier you start to instill a behavior into your child, the easier it may be for them to learn, especially if you don’t need to first remove […]

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Are You a New Dad? Here’s Some Important Advice

Have you or someone you know recently become a new dad, and you are trying to figure out just what it means to be a good parent? Maybe you just finished celebrating your first fathers day, and you are now looking for some good advice on how you can improve your parenting skills before the […]

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MAKE PLAY SNOW WITH TWO INGREDIENTS!

Kids love being in the snow. During the winter season my girls hope for a snow day so they can get outside and play in the snow and build a snowman. It doesn’t always snow here on Long Island but, it doesn’t mean we can’t have fun indoors playing with “snow”. Want to build a […]

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Expert Tips for Supporting a Child With Autism

There will be a lot of emotion running around your head when your child first receives a tier diagnosis and that’s completely normal. Take a deep breath. Just because your child has received this diagnosis doesn’t mean they have changed in any way, they are still your child and they still have the same personality. […]

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Sleep Training

Up all night with your little one? Dreaming of the day when you will get a full night of sleep? Many people have a misconception that sleep training is something that you do once, around 6 months of age, if you do it at all. This implies that it is a one time fix and […]

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Signs Your Child Might Need A Speech Pathologist

Every parent looks forward to their child’s first words and for them to eventually produce longer sentences. So, if by the age of 5, your child is still unable to pronounce certain words or still speaks too much like s/he did when s/he first began to speak, should you be worried? Most of the time, […]

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