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The Therapy Groove {Speech Therapy Activities for Toddlers} by Emily and Jenny .. Posted Thu 01 Aug 2013 6:04am Even painting can be a speech activity. I just give him a small amount of paint at a time and when he wants more he has to say “I want blue” or “more blue”, etc. He doesn’t get the paint unless he asks for it! I cannot even tell you how relieved I am to write these words: Jonah has finally figured out how to be a “therapy kid”. It took lo ... Read on »
Holiday 2013 Gift Guide: Active Women, Moms, Babies & Toddlers! by Nicole Culver Posted Mon 09 Dec 2013 1:12pm Disclosure: This gift guide is sponsored by FitFluential LLC, on behalf of Koss. As always, all opinions are my own!  It’s been quite a year. Going from the newborn stage to toddler-hood (?) is an experience. This is all while keeping up a life as a wife, runner, fitness enthusiast and house manager (haha that sounds so fancy….also kno ... Read on »
More Fun Toddler Learning Activities by Emily and Jenny .. Posted Thu 01 Nov 2012 8:07am He’s having fun! HE IS, I swear! Since I am home with just my Jonah boy now, I have been a pinning fool the last couple of months, looking for toddler activities to do with him that will be fun and help him learn. I showed you a few a couple weeks ago, and now I’ve got some more we’ve tried and loved! In the picture above, he’s putting ... Read on »
Top 5 Activities for Busy Toddlers by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Jan 2014 11:01am Written by Role Mommy Contributor, Christine Williamson. Having a child can be something to be proud of but also tends to lead to a lot of stress. You are trying to keep him or her in one corner of playtime while you give yourself eight minutes alone. Whether you are a home parent or have to juggle between being a working mother, ther ... Read on »
Fun Toddler Watercolor Activity by Fit 'n' Well Mommy Facebook Posted Tue 06 Aug 2013 5:25pm Keenan loves to paint, especially finger painting and getting it all over himself like the boy in the book, I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More! As we were reading last month’s Highlights magazine, they featured a fun watercolor activity using tape that I completely forgot about. Instead of just painting as we usually do, I thought we would try it, sin ... Read on »
Teaching Numbers and Letters To Active Toddlers by healthymama Posted Sun 07 Apr 2013 3:42pm on by healthymama My older son has always had the concentration of a zen master. He simply loves to sit and learn. My younger son is a very bright little tornado: he learns on the go and somehow retains everything he learns while running. If you make him sit down, he won’t memorize a thing. So, I had ... Read on »
Loving Food Isn't Always Easy by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 11:48am From the second my 'lil miracle was welcomed in to the world, food consumption has been a topic of great interest. Of course, as if having a baby with a terminal condition wasn't quite enough, knowing the hows, when, and whats of feeding time just makes it that much more of an adventure! The beginning was a little shaky, only because I was t ... Read on »
PinFTW: Easy Toddler Activities! by Emily and Jenny .. Posted Wed 10 Oct 2012 6:28am Well hello there Wednesday friends! I’ve decided to link up to Pin for the Wednesdays at its new home, Daily Ups and Pounds AGAIN today. Mostly because I’m soooo pleased with myself and my pinteresty-ness this week. Over the weekend I started looking in earnest for activities to do with Jonah. Preferably those that don’t involve TV or a scr ... Read on »
Ask Roni _v07s3 - Blogging, Active Loved Ones and Binge Eating by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Sep 2008 7:20pm This isn’t my best video but you know me, I’m still gonna post it. :~) I really had a hard time finding words and expressing my thoughts, a.) because I was exhausted and b.) because the last two questions where quite intense. Not intense per say, but requiring more thought then I had in me at the moment. I’m definitly going to be revisiting t ... Read on »
American Idol, Whiny Toddler, and Food, Food, Food by MichelleD Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:52pm Last night we turned on American Idol, and it just wasn't as much fun as usual. We had the volume way up there, but for some reason Aidan is always at his loudest and most fussiest when we are watching that show. I suppose because it's not the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse or Zoboomafoo. Betweeen Aidan and the show, I can barely make out anything clearly. ... Read on »