Make conversation of coos and giggles.
Encourage your child's speech development.
Encourage your baby's curiosity and exploration.
Challenge your child by posing problems for your baby to solve.
Ease your baby's transition to bedtime.
Babies cry. What to do? Over the years, pediatricians have advocated various responses, including letting them just cry it out. Will picking your baby up when he cries spoil him?
Your baby has been happy to be passed from grandma to your sister to the new sitter without much fuss. But, now, all of a sudden, she clings to you like there’s no tomorrow. What’s up?
Play develops creativity and language skills-and it's fun!
Several decades ago, Jill and Peter de Villiers wrote a book on language acquisition that described interactions between mothers and their infants as a dance.
See what your child is learning, every time you connect.
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