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5 top tips for boosting your income

If you are looking for extra ways of making money, then the good news is there are some things you can do. There’s no sure-fire way to get rich quick, but there are ways that you could earn a little bit more cash.

Here are 5 top…

Different Styles And Types Of Furniture To Try For Your Home

Everybody has a dream to buy a house for their own and design it as per their choice which pleases them as well their loved ones. Whether it is an apartment, two storeyed villa or tenement people always are keen to design it and make it more attractive and…

Fun Repurposing Projects for Those Old Blinds

No room is complete without the right blinds! But, that doesn’t mean the same set of blinds will look right at home in your living room until the end…

All Blog Posts Tagged 'developmental' (5)

Christmas Gift Ideas for Infants – Eight Early Learning Toy Gift Ideas for Babies

Are you need some great gift ideas for your baby this Christmas?  As you know babies don’t need very many toys, especially during the first four months.  Once your baby turns 4 months old, he or she will need to begin spending time on their tummy to help develop their motor skills and strengthen their core muscles.   Even if your child isn’t quite ready to play with the toys, babies are always interested in looking around and exploring objects around them.  Playtime is also a great way…


Added by Christy Garrett on November 21, 2013 at 8:01pm — No Comments

Speech Therapy Has Begun

For those of you who don't already know, my youngest son, Mason has started speech therapy. Today is his second session and I'm hoping that he'll become comfortable enough to start trusting the therapist and following her directions. He is a stubborn child and has learned to get around the whole speaking thing. A part of me felt awful…


Added by Emily Sung on June 20, 2012 at 7:31pm — No Comments

Down Wit Dat

In January of this year, I found out that one of the twins that I was carrying had AVSD (Atrioventricular Septal Defect) and that along with this, probably had a chromosomal disorder.

My husband and I were devastated.

Earlier in… Continue

Added by Jen Logan on September 25, 2011 at 8:23am — No Comments

Sensory Processing Disorder Treatment Starts at Home

This picture may look like a silly Saturday morning pillow fight, but it's actually a great treatment I've discovered for my son's sensory processing issues. Miles just turned 7, and the older he gets the more concerned I've become about his developmental problems. I can't get any help from his school or our insurance company,… Continue

Added by Momniscient on April 9, 2011 at 11:41am — No Comments

Pretend play is a part of developmental process

Pretend play or fantasy for preschooler is important. Pretending is a part of their developmental process. Telling stories and acting out what they want, feel and think plays an important role to what they become in the future.

Pretend play encourages children to enhance their…


Added by Kristine Magpantay on November 24, 2010 at 4:30am — 2 Comments

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