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Spruce your toddler's snack time up with a simple Sharpie marker! 🎃

October 19, 2018
Early On Michigan

We're living in an age of technology, it's all around us. So, it makes sense that your tot enjoys some screen time. However, books are a valuable tool in a child's development and should not be closed and left to collect dust. Highlights for Children offers some tips for keeping the balance of screen time and books: Post credit: First Things First

October 19, 2018
Early On Michigan

Despite feeling like a child eats ‘way too much’ or ‘hardly anything,’ if they haven’t shot over or dropped off their growth curve, then you can trust that they’re likely eating the perfect amount of food each day.

October 18, 2018
Early On Michigan

Is W Sitting bad? Check out this article to learn more about what W Sitting is, the risks associated with it, and what you can do about your child's W Sitting.

October 18, 2018
Early On Michigan

So how do you make your little goblin's first Halloween a treat? Check out these five tricks for the best one ever:

October 17, 2018

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