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Jul
29
revised How to prevent children from sucking their thumb?
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Jul
29
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Jul
29
answered How to prevent children from sucking their thumb?
Jul
29
comment Is it dangerous for a child to sleep with the head hanging?
FYI: the medical name for this condition is torticollis.
Jul
29
comment Is baby talk helpful or detrimental?
@TorbenGB Thanks again for your help. I appreciate the tips!
Jul
29
comment When should I stop swaddling my baby?
@TorbenGB Thank you!
Jul
29
answered How do I teach my child to speak in sentences?
Jul
28
answered How do we get our toddler to gain weight?
Jul
28
answered Why does a pacifier trigger my baby's gag reflex?
Jul
28
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Jul
28
revised When should I stop swaddling my baby?
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Jul
27
answered How can I keep my 1yr old from gagging and throwing up when eating solids?
Jul
27
answered Why do babies like to be bounced?
Jul
27
answered When should a toddler get out of the oral fascination?
Jul
27
comment How should we address stuttering in a toddler?
Your giving him supportive attention is a very useful strategy. I've also found that when the adult models slow easy speech, the child also benefits greatly.
Jul
27
answered How should we address stuttering in a toddler?
Jul
27
answered When should I stop swaddling my baby?
Jul
27
comment Is baby talk helpful or detrimental?
Here is another maybe not so user friendly but very informative research! teechconsult.typepad.com/kids/2010/08/… There are many many others, but this gives you a good start on the subject.
Jul
27
comment Is baby talk helpful or detrimental?
Here is a parent friendly resource that reports on the benefits of "motherese" or "baby talk". www.pbs.org/wnet/brain/episode2/babytalk/ I'm still learning the ropes. I will provide references in the future. :-)
Jul
26
comment When should a child stop using a pacifier, and how can I help with this transition?
@TorbenGB thanks for the reminder! Safety should always be our first priority!