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Want a toy that will keep your baby entertained and that is also good for their development? Put your wallet away, because you probably already have this in your home: mirrors! Yes, that mirror hanging on your bathroom wall can help your baby’s development!

August 22, 2019
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"Reading gives us some place to go when we have to stay where we are." ~ Mason Cooley Who agrees? 📒📕📗📘📙

August 21, 2019
Early On Michigan

Kids are not acting out. They're reaching out. "How children are feeling determines how they behave. That's why we should always pay more attention to their feelings than we do to their behavior." - Bridgett Miller, Parenting Expert Shared via Kindermusik #socialemotional

August 21, 2019
Early On Michigan

#securenotspoiled You're doing an amazing job and developing healthy humans 💕 We see you⁣!⁠ #socialemotional

August 20, 2019
Early On Michigan

Hemangiomas can be worrisome for new parents. But the good news is, most will go away on their own without causing any problems. Learn more here ~

August 19, 2019

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