Is Tummy Time Important For My Baby? (My Final Answer!)

January 4, 2014

in Caring With Respect, Development, Discipline, Infant Care, Inspiration, Play, Respectful Parenting, Toddlers




“Is Tummy Time important for my baby?”

(Read more here: No Tummy Time Necessary, and here: Tummy Time Baby’s Way.)

The above video is courtesy of Kids In The House, which is a (still) new web site that was launched in April 2013, and is a tremendously valuable FREE resource for parents. The site’s creator, Leana Greene, and her team worked tirelessly for over three years to create over 8,000, 1-minute videos (with transcripts), from just about every expert under the sun, discussing just about every parenting topic you can imagine. 

I was honored to be asked to participate and was interviewed alongside one of my greatest teachers and mentors, (and also one of my favorite people in the world), Janet Lansbury, who is author of the blog, elevating childcare, and a specialist in Magda Gerber’s RIE  parenting philosophy

This site is really a treasure, and I encourage you to check it out and explore all it has to offer.

For those of you who are interested in reading more about some of the other questions I address in the interview, you can find the articles by clicking on the links below.

What to say instead of “NO”!




Why play is so important  for babies


Should I pick up my crying baby? (I’ve written a lot about crying babies….)


 The RIE Approach to toilet training


Best way to respond to temper tantrums

I hope you’ll enjoy!


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