There seems to be a debate about whether or not crawling is actually a "milestone" all babies should achieve. While it's true that some babies never crawl before they walk, there are many benefits to this developmental skill. In...
Big Changes! So we decided to put our two littles together in the same room AND transition our toddler to a "big girl" bed all at the same time. I have three words: don't do it. Just kidding!! It has actually been...
'Tis the season for giving! Kids love presents. But when your little one is too young to tell Santa what they want, you might be left scratching your head. There are millions of toys out there. Which ones are...
Once those precious little baby feet start taking their first steps, you've officially got a toddler! After catching their first steps on video, it's time to find them a good pair of shoes. With so many different options out...
Baby Safety Month is celebrated in September every year because it is the 9th month of the year! Isn't that neat? Baby Safety Month was started by JPMA (Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association) in 1983 as Expectant Mother Day. It...
You are celebrating kindergarten graduation and can’t even believe it is already happening.  Fast forward 13 years later and now they are walking the stage to receive their high school diploma. How did we get here so quickly? Is...
"Back to sleep, tummy to play." This pretty much sums up the American Academy of Pediatric's recommendations for babies. But what if your baby hates tummy time? Why it Matters Babies develop strength in their body from the top-down. This means they...
Disciplining your kids is one of the biggest challenges we face as parents.  From toddlers to teenagers, the myriad of reasons to discipline your children are far and wide.  Now add to this already complex process, not being on...
May is National Teen Self-Esteem Month. Thinking about self-esteem makes me think about Fred Rogers. "I hope you're able to grow to respect whoever you are inside." Fred Rogers  Anyone else watch Mister Rogers' Neighborhood as a kid like I did?...
This article is a unique collaboration between two Miami Mom Collective contributors. In this heartfelt post, Andrea Wood shares her journey of overcoming her fears of beginning solids with her daughter with feedback from Cindy Herde, a pediatric speech-language...

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