The “B” word that my kids can’t say

Whenever there’s a break from school, there’s always that dread of what am I going to do to keep the kids occupied. A few years ago, my son would constantly come to me and say “Mom, I’m bored.” This drove me crazy since I had given him a ton of...

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Let’s Talk

You bring your beautiful baby home and you have a range of emotions flowing through you! You are excited, tired, nervous and most importantly in love with your new bundle of joy. Fast forward two years. Your precious baby says about 5 words and...

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Ready, Set, Play!

Kids learn through play and playing is so much fun. Here are some ideas to get your child playing and learning with you. Playdough- playdough comes in a variety of colors and it is soft. For a child who is a bit younger it is fun to just simply...

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Top 10 Favorite Books

Books are an easy tool to use to get your child learning. You can create your personalized book which is a fun and inexpensive project to make. Start by taking pictures of your child doing their favorite things such as eating, playing with a...

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Meeting Your Therapist or Teacher

This is an exciting time, you actually get to meet the person that will be working with your child. Will you like them? Will your child like them? What will they do differently from you? How long before your child talks, walks or understands what...

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Yummy In My Tummy!

Is feeding your child a daily challenge? Would you consider your child to be a picky eater? How can you get your child to try new, healthy foods? Does your dog end up eating most of the food thrown on the floor by your toddler? Well here are some...

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Lather, Rinse, Repeat… Bath time

Bath time can be a fun time for you and your child. You can also use it as an opportunity to work on several concepts such as learning body parts, colors, counting, blowing bubbles and turn taking. A classic toy of Mr. Potato Head is great for...

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About Fran

Welcome, Thanks for stopping by! I’m so glad you’re here! You are at the right place if you have some of these concerns: Your child won’t talk or you can’t understand them Your child seems to be in their own world You feel like your child isn’t...

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