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Quote of the Month - May

"Play is not a respite from learning. Play is learning."

- Katie Hurley

The Benefits of Baby Carrying
by Elizabeth Antunovic
"Being carried or worn in an upright position with proper leg support is not only developmentally sound but often preferable to mothers and babies alike..."
Featured article by Jan Hunt:
"No Broccoli Until You Finish Your Ice-Cream!"
"Meals can be a challenging time for parents of young children. Because proper nutrition is so important for a child's physical and emotional health..."
Research: Eye contact with your baby helps synchronise your brainwaves
"Making eye contact with an infant makes adults' and babies' brainwaves 'get in sync' with each other - which is likely to support communication and learning..."
Featured article: Why African Babies Don't Cry:
An African Perspective
by Claire Niala
"I was born and grew up in Kenya & Cote d'Ivoire. Then from the age of fifteen I lived in the UK. However, I always knew that I wanted to raise my children (whenever I had them) at home in Kenya..."
Cosleeping Around The World
Featured article by James McKenna
"For the overwhelming majority of mothers and babies around the globe today, cosleeping is an unquestioned practice..."
 
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