The Importance Of A Support System For A Child With Special Needs

There are things that happen in life that you’re absolutely not ready for. There is no way to be ready for them. Nothing you can do to prepare you for it. One of the most intense and puzzling experiences is having a child. A child will turn the hardest people into puddles, and some of […]

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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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The latest from Squishmallows for 2019

Squishmallows are super soft and super cuddly and we can not resist collecting them. The collection is filled with adorable characters and it is very hard to pick a favorite.  Squishmallows Hug Mees are the latest addition to the Squishmallows family.  Hug Mees are a Super Soft Plush Toy that your kids will love. We […]

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Signs Your Child Might Need Hearing Aids

Your child might have been perfectly healthy at birth, but some children can develop hearing loss as they grow. Back in the day, hearing loss might not have been detected till the child had reached speaking age – around two years old – when parents would realize then that the child was not able to […]

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Preventing A Child From A Possible Addiction

Drugs are a very real danger in our society. Our children are especially vulnerable. While children make their own decisions, there are things you can do at home to help guide them in the right direction. Here are a few tips to prevent your child from a possible addiction.

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Au Pair Child Care on Long Island

Have you ever been at a local park, the local library or at the children’s museum and seen young women caring for children — and occasionally speaking to each other in another language? Chances are they are au pairs, living with host families in town. Au Pair in America is the United States’ first au […]

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