July 2011

Changing Perceptions On Changing Diapers

July 31, 2011

It seems ad executives are always dreaming up new ways to sell the same old thing; trying to capture a larger part of the market share. Diapers are big business, and it seems once parents have found a brand that works for them, they are pretty loyal to that brand, which can make it tough to convince them to try something new. I understand ad […]

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Wordless Wednesday- Baby’s Face Says It All

July 27, 2011

This left me speechless.

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What’s In A Name?

July 26, 2011

Names are an important key to what a society values. Anthropologists recognize naming as ‘one of the chief methods for imposing order on perception.’  ~David S. Slawson Meet jeannezoo of  zella said purple. In her own words, Jeanne is  “an early childhood educator, artist, writer, book collector. committed to constructivist learning environments, documentation and photography […]

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Five Good Reasons to Hand Your Car Keys Over to Your Toddler

July 10, 2011

Have you ever had an  idea come to you out of  the blue; an idea so obvious and simple, that you can’t believe no one has thought of it before? An idea you can’t wait to share with anyone who will listen, because you just know it will change the world for the better, and if not that, at least […]

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Your Baby Is Speaking To You

July 5, 2011

Newborn babies communicate with us from birth, in a language all their own. Their body posture, cries, subtle changes in expression, even the reflexes they are born with, speak volumes, but it can be a little bit hard to “understand” a baby’s way of “speaking” if you haven’t spent a lot of time hanging out […]

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On The Way To Independence

July 4, 2011

Note: This post was originally published as a note on Regarding Baby’s Facebook page on Sunday, December 26, 2010. Kathleen atamoment2think recently wrote a post entitled, “Another fun toddler stage: Up?! Up?!” that started me thinking about toddlers with all of their conflicting wants, needs, and emotions. It can be  both wonderful and hard to […]

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