Watching kids learn to talk is a wonderful, mystery-filled process. It can also be filled with worry and curiosity for parents. Many children learn to talk at their own pace, some talking a bit later than their peers, and that’s perfectly OK.
I think the fork in the road for you is to either continue to be passive and harbor all the understandable hurt you feel, or, to take some actions that might improve your chances of having access to your grandchild in the years ahead. I have four actions to suggest.
Baby teeth start appearing as early as 3-4 months of age, but they really start to erupt through the gums between the ages of 6 months to one year. The timing of eruption generally varies but all 20 primary teeth (baby teeth) usually erupt by the age of three. Baby teeth are important even though they fall out and are replaced with permanent teeth. Let’s see why.
The first 12 weeks as a new parent can often be described as total love fest with the new baby mixed with fatigue, unwashed hair, and an overwhelming sense of “what did I get myself into?!” Here are some helpful hints to make the transition from maiden to motherhood a little more comfortable.
Addie and Jared are back, documenting their “relaxing” vacation in Mexico with the kids and their free range approach to parenting.
We love to introduce our community to new products, services and resources for the whole family. From travel aids, to nail files, and music – here are some of our absolute favorite mom and kid products that we’re highlighting this week!
From feeding, to child development, to mindfulness, to maternity lingerie to babycarriers – here are some of our absolute favorite mom and kid products that we’re highlighting this week!
If you’ve ever wondered what, exactly, a midwife is and does – here’s your chance to get a glimpse into the world of midwifery!