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What are social skills and how can I encourage them?

Social skills include verbal and non-verbal communication and an understanding of appropriate interactions in various social settings. Skills that may help your child socially can include empathy, sharing, language, planning, and cooperating in groups.

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With Mother’s Day approaching, our minds turn to how best to celebrate the wonderful mothers out there. As your little one grows into a bigger kid, you might start to enjoy some breakfasts in bed (burnt toast?) or lovely gifts from the heart!

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When bringing your child along for a car ride, keeping them safe and comfortable is a priority. A reliable car seat can help bring you peace of mind and let you focus on the road. Think about the following when buckling up your little one:

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When first introducing your little one to exercise, focus on fun. Encouraging physical movement in any form will help build your child’s motor skills. The technique can come later; for now, getting toddlers to enjoy being active is the goal. 

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What are night terrors?

Night terrors are different from nightmares. Night terrors occur in ‘deep sleep’ which is before REM sleep (when dreams/nightmares happen). This means your little one may seem to be awake, but their brain is asleep. You can recognize a night terror if your little one presents these signs:

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Bath Safety For Your Toddler

27/04/2021 10:31 AM

From running the bath to letting your little one splash around while you clean them up, water safety is a top priority. Keep the following in mind at bath time:

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For the first few years of your little one’s life, you may feel that getting enough sleep is next to impossible. There are ways you can maximize your chances of getting more sleep and higher quality sleep. Juggling parenting and working from home may feel exhausting, so here are some tips to potentially increase, and improve, the sleep you do get.

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Working from home with infants or toddlers can be challenging. Feeling time-poor does not make you a bad parent or a bad employee – it makes you human. Here are some tips for saving time during your workday at home.

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Working from home might have working parents feeling torn in a million directions. Trying to perform your best at work, while caring for your little one at home all day can be challenging. If you feel like you don’t know where to put your attention, try these strategies for separating home-life and work-life within the house.

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Bonding With Your Step Chld

16/04/2021 2:58 PM

Stepparents usually have to put in more time and effort to create a bond with their partner’s child – these relationships can be enriching and loving even if they are slow to start. Children are biologically wired to love their birth parents – accepting a new adult into their family can be challenging. You may not feel instantly connected to your stepchild, but with patience and respect, you should be able to form a bond. 

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