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Sample Feeding Schedules for 1 Year Olds

Sample Feeding Schedules for 1 Year Olds

11, 12, and 13 months plus can be a difficult time to determine a toddler feeding schedule with so many transitions from baby food and bottles. Get these sample feeding schedules with milk for 1 year olds from a feeding expert and mom.   A baby's first year is...

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10 Auditory Sensory Activities for Kids and Toddlers

10 Auditory Sensory Activities for Kids and Toddlers

Auditory sensory activities are perfect for helping kids overcome auditory processing disorders, auditory seeking and auditory sensitivities. Try these 10 activities to help with auditory sensory processing. “She is so loud! She yells and talks over me constantly.”...

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The 8 Senses Explained: Unraveling the Mystery

The 8 Senses Explained: Unraveling the Mystery

Learn about the 8 senses of the body that make up sensory processing, how they work, what they each do, and how the 8 senses relate to kids with sensory processing difficulties. Most of us know that there are 5 senses, we learned about them in kindergarten, but there...

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What Parents Need to Know About Sensory Dysregulation

What Parents Need to Know About Sensory Dysregulation

Learn what it looks like for your child to be in sensory dysregulation and how to help them get out of it and prevent it in the future.   Most days at school Zoey* was a handful.  Her fiery red hair would blur as she quickly ran around the room, touching...

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3 Signs it’s a Sensory Meltdown, Not a Tantrum

3 Signs it’s a Sensory Meltdown, Not a Tantrum

Is your child having a sensory meltdown or a tantrum? Learn exactly how to tell the difference between a sensory meltdown vs. tantrum and how to help your child’s sensory processing when they are having a sensory overload meltdown.   As Sarah lifted her son into...

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8 Sensory Seeking Activities to Calm a Wild Child

8 Sensory Seeking Activities to Calm a Wild Child

Use sensory seeking activities to calm and organize sensory seeking behaviors in your "wild" child or toddler that seems to never stop moving. Would you describe your child as wild, rough, or dangerous on a regular basis? If so, those could be signs of sensory seeking...

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How to Break the Toe Walking Habit in Your Child

How to Break the Toe Walking Habit in Your Child

What causes sensory toe walking in children and how do you address it? Learn about toe walking sensory strategies, how it relates to sensory processing disorder, and when to be concerned.    In one of our most popular articles of all time, 10 Sensory Red...

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The Parent’s Guide to Sensory Processing Issues

The Parent’s Guide to Sensory Processing Issues

Sensory processing is a critical part of every child's development, but some kids have sensory processing issues that can impact every area of their life. Find out exactly what sensory processing is and when to be concerned about sensory issues.   Have you been...

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Does Your Child Cry All the Time? This Might Be Why…

Does Your Child Cry All the Time? This Might Be Why…

Have a toddler who cries all the time, or an older child who is always crying? Learn hidden reasons why your 1, 2, 3, or 4 year old constantly cries and how to help sensitive kids.   He was probably about 4 years old, and since he was my oldest child, he seemed...

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We've Saved You a Seat

We've Saved You a Seat

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