Why Are Baby Teeth Important?

Why Are Baby Teeth Important?

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 Art of Creativity

The Art of Creativity

How many of us have squelched a child’s creativity without even realizing it? Many times, when we see our kids approaching something differently than we do, we want to change their way of thinking. But fostering our child’s courage to express their creativity is perhaps one of the most important goals that we can set […]

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Helpful Strategies for Kids Who Won’t Try New Foods

Kids tend to fall into one of two categories when it comes to food – they’ll either eat everything or they’ll be picky and refuse to eat anything but certain foods.  While being a picky eater isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it can start to get unhealthy when they won’t eat anything but mac and […]