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Yes!! It's true 😊. Go get your baby and snuggle away 💓

December 15, 2017
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It seems technology may be replacing messy play for little ones ☹️ In a world of smartphones, does it really matter if children can't write by hand? http://ab.co/2ClvlFU Post credit Sprouts Child Development Initiative

December 15, 2017
Early On Michigan

The greatest gift you can give is your TIME ❤️

December 14, 2017
Early On Michigan

When adults react and respond to young children’s babbles, gestures, and cries, they are doing more than providing good, nurturing care. They're actually helping to build the neural connections in the brain that support communication and social skills. Have you thanked your daycare provider today? ♥ https://www.gse.harvard.edu/news/uk/17/11/how-caregivers-can- boost-young-brains

December 12, 2017
Early On Michigan

Kudos to Dr. Maitre for sharing her amazing research with us all, and assuring parents everywhere that showering your baby with love and affection has zero negative consequences and is 100 percent beneficial. (No matter what your Great Aunt Edna has to say about “spoiling” the baby.) ♥

December 12, 2017

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