No! The Universal Word of Parenting

How often do you find yourself uttering the word NO to your children throughout the day? If the answer was more than you like, CONGRATULATIONS! You are normal! That word is practically the basis of parenthood. We as parents mean well, after all, we are navigating through tough terrain on a daily basis. We strive to teach and protect while our little ones display extra bursts of mischievousness. Read More

Fostering Emotional Intelligence

As adults, emotions tend to often drive the perspective of our day. It is the same case for children. The only difference is that young children are learning how to process them.

Emotional intelligence is the understanding of how to interpret and express emotions.

When we foster emotional intelligence in young children, they will be better communicators and have an overall greater sense of self-awareness.  Read More

3 Ways to Encourage Speech in Toddlers

A toddler learns about his/her world through interactions, curiosity and exploration while playing.

A child’s brain develops at astonishing rates and resembles a sponge, absorbing everything. FASCINATING right?  Read More