If you are still noticing many errors and your child isn’t easily understood by the time his third birthday rolls around, it may be advisable to consult with a speech pathologist. Alternatively, if most people can understand your two year old at least half the time, he is probably doing just fine!
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The purpose of this post is to provide in-depth info about the panelists, vendors, and workshop topics along with a sneak peek at giveaway and swag sponsors.
Bloom :: An Event for New & Expecting Moms! Bloom, happening April 15, 2018 from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Cook Children’s Medical Center, is an event for expectant moms and moms who are currently parenting children two years and under. (Foster and adoptive moms are welcome too!) The afternoon will focus on information, resources, products, and more […]
I think as a society we make many parents feel a lot of anxiety for their baby’s arrival because they believe so many things must be perfect before baby is born.
If you’re considering natural childbirth or are interested in getting a thorough childbirth education, Bradley classes are for you! In my classes, I cover pregnancy nutrition, exercise, how to write a birth plan, the physiology of pregnancy and birth, the stages of labor, avoiding unnecessary intervention, variations and complications, informed consent, natural pain management and relaxation techniques, the postpartum period, and breastfeeding — as well as how your spouse, partner, friend, or family member can “coach” you through labor. Please contact me for more information about classes at 817-253-7990 or [email protected] — or visit www.bradleybirth.com/brianablake for more information about me, my classes, and my decision to become a childbirth educator. I’d love to hear from you! My next class is starting soon, so don’t miss out! Contact me with questions or to register.
It is with great joy that we share the top 10 most read blog posts from 2017 — in no particular order, mind you!
Character development seems to be a slow burn. No single event or activity seems to make a child honest, or grateful, or compassionate and kind. But these traits are learned over time by watching others and engaging in activities that promote these values. Given that we can’t be with them all the time, it was important to us that […]