5 Ways to Play with Play-Doh (Tips from a Speech Therapist)

5 Ways to Play with Play-Doh (Tips from a Speech Therapist)

I’m a pretty black and white person. I read the directions. I follow the rules (usually). And one of my biggest faults has always been lack of flexibility. Very soon after having kids, I realized that the world cannot be black and white. That flexibility was a must....
Easy Lunch Ideas (Food Kids Will Actually Eat!) (Free Printable)

Easy Lunch Ideas (Food Kids Will Actually Eat!) (Free Printable)

Are you tired of coming up with easy toddler lunch ideas for daycare? I have two little ones and we are already running around like crazy in the mornings before preschool/daycare – we don’t need the added stress of trying to come up with what to pack in their...
How to Find your Mom Tribe

How to Find your Mom Tribe

FINDING YOUR MOM TRIBE   Being a new mom can be the loneliest time of your life. (At the same time, with young kids, you may never be alone.) You are trying to navigate a whole new world, likely not getting nearly enough sleep or time to recharge, and you are learning...
Spoon-Feeding Your Baby – Tips from a Feeding Therapist

Spoon-Feeding Your Baby – Tips from a Feeding Therapist

“Spoon-Feeding Your Baby – Tips from a Feeding Therapist”,  is a guest post by Drake Hastings. Drake is a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in the sensory and oral motor aspects of speech and feeding. Drake provides services to...