When we have little ones, they are often transported in the carseat carriers. Once you arrive to your
destination, it's important for your child to come out of the carrier, even if you may not be at the location for long. Babies develop gross motor, speech, and language skills by being able to move, look around, and interact with the people in the environment. By seeing your face, your child's brain strengthens essential neurons. You are providing an incredible opportunity for your child's overall development by taking them out of the carseat carriers. ~Marena Mitchell, Speech-Language Pathologist
Daily tips, activities, and suggestions on how to naturally embed speech, language, play, fine motor, gross motor, and cognitive skills into your child's day, often using the materials already found in your home environment.
Marena Mitchell is a speech-language pathologist
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