Babies: Stimulating Physical Development – Part 1

Before Gavin was born, hubby and I always joked about how we were going to train him to become the world’s next golf sensation.  The intention was to introduce him to golf when he turned two.  Unfortunately, Gavin showed no inclination for golf, or other physical activities for that matter.  Hubby says it was becauseContinue reading “Babies: Stimulating Physical Development – Part 1”

How to Teach Your Baby to be Physically Superb

Having a second baby has made me ponder over all the things I wish I had done differently with Gavin.  It seems like there are so many things I want to do with Gareth that I never did with Gavin.  Going through it for the second time is good and bad, though.  On the oneContinue reading “How to Teach Your Baby to be Physically Superb”

Does too Much Baby Wearing Impede an Infants Motor Skill Development?

There is an interesting article from the 2009 July issue of Scientific American Magazine: “Crawling May Be Unnecessary for Normal Child Development“. As a parent who is pro-baby wearing, I have to admit being somewhat conflicted about “over carrying” my baby since it is commonly accepted that babies need “tummy time” for their development.  FailureContinue reading “Does too Much Baby Wearing Impede an Infants Motor Skill Development?”