Posts tagged earlyintervention
25 Toys to Get Your Toddler Talking

One of the things people ask me about most often is, How did you get Adeline to talk? or What toys do you like to get your toddler to talk?   At 14 months old, Addie was not talking, she was only babbling "mama" so we began our journey of speech therapy.   After 10 years as a special educator, and 2 years working with my own daughter with language delays, I wanted to share what I've learned along the way.  I've come up with a list of my favorite toys to get your toddler talking, explained how to play with it, and what skills you can work on while playing.  

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Feeding from NICU to Home: A Preemie’s Journey

Parents of children with feeding disorders or difficulties can undergo debilitating stress surrounding food, mealtimes, eating, and even social gatherings where food is served. Each family is different, and their journey is unique. Children can be fed and get their nutritional needs met through a variety of ways.

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A.Belle's 24 Best Fall Books for Toddler's

If any of you follow along our Instagram stories you know we are reading about 2-3 times per day.  As a former public school teacher who had to purchase most of the books in my classroom library, I have quite the collection.  Each time my former place of employment used to send me another box of books they found of mine John would joke and say, "Can you at least gid rid of one?"  Um....nope!  Hence while we have a book closet, yes, an entire closet dedicated to children's books which may sound like I have an excess of closets but I do not.  We currently do not have a linen closet! Haha!  I've curated some of Addie's favorite fall books to share with all of you!

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