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With all the focus on putting baby to sleep on her back, it’s easy to forget that tummy time is just as important. Aside from offering a sweet way for the two of you to bond, there are some major benefits to tummy time. Check out this article to learn more.

February 23, 2018
Early On Michigan

In celebration of Black History Month, we’re sharing ways parents can develop their children’s appreciation of diversity. Empathy and compassion play important roles in teaching little ones to respect those who are different from them. Read more here: Post shared via Too Small to Fail

February 22, 2018
Early On Michigan

Here are 5 common challenges that toddlers experience when it comes to sleeping—and how to solve them. 😴

February 22, 2018
Early On Michigan

The decision to use a pacifier — or not — is up to you. Consider the do's and don'ts of giving your baby a pacifier, and how to help him or her break the habit.

February 21, 2018
Early On Michigan

Babies learn from interactions with caring adults. Their brains are wired to learn and connect with people they love. Support their development by playing, singing, and reading. You’re helping their brains to grow!. <3 #socialemotional <3 Learn more:

February 20, 2018

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