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If your baby tries to grab the spoon you feed him with or takes food off your plate, he or she could be ready to begin eating finger foods. This usually begins at around 6 months. Is your baby showing these signs yet? #kineduFact

October 20, 2017
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Do you ever wonder when your baby will understand "no?" Advice from our friends over at BabyCenter tell us that some infants start to understand what "no" means around 6 months, but most won't stop what they're doing in response to the word until they're somewhere between 12 & 18 months. Read the full article here:

October 19, 2017
Early On Michigan

Are you having trouble bonding with your baby? If you're concerned about your relationship with your baby, you may consider contacting a professional who specializes in infant mental health. Check out Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health's Infant & Family Service Provider Registry here: #celebratebabiesweek2017

October 18, 2017
Early On Michigan

Take off those shoes! Why you ask? Going barefoot helps our children: - strengthen feet & lower legs - enhance proprioception & overall body awareness - increase agility & mobility - improve body confidence & trust - connect & tune into their environment - experience joy & freedom! Post shred via Wilder Child & Early Childhood Australia ~

October 17, 2017
Early On Michigan

It's time for "Celebrate Babies Week" October 16-20, 2017! Your baby experiences emotions too, just like you! These emotions, and your nurturing response to them, are at the heart of your baby's good emotional, social & cognitive development - otherwise known as "mental health." Here's a resourceful link to answer FAQs on your baby's mental health:

October 17, 2017

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