Calling all hippy babies and nature mommas, we have 7 amazing eco-friendly products for you just in time for Earth Day! While all these products are taking steps to be good to our planet, like using recycled materials, they are also wonderfully functional and attractive on top of it and would make lovely gifts for… Read More Nature Baby: 7 Eco-Friendly Products!
Some of us experience dry skin during some seasons and not others. Some of us experience dry skin during the changing of the seasons. Finally, some of us just experience dry skin all the time! While we’d all like to avoid numerous trips to the doctor’s office, and we don’t want to start routine treatment for something… Read More Dry Skin? Timing is Critical!
Maybe you already heard the news, but if you haven’t, here’s a quick update. Nearly 80 people in the United States are now confirmed to have measles, most of them with confirmed links to the outbreak that started at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure Park. The California Department of Public Health was able to find… Read More Measles at Disneyland?! Here We Go Again…
Crawling seems to be one of those natural steps in most babies’ development. You may be unaware of its significance, though. Crawling is a wonderful part of development because of how it engages the brain. Some children who only crawled for a short period of time, or skipped the step altogether, can exhibit behavior atypical… Read More How Crawling Helps the Brain
The last few weeks we have shared some information about Autism Spectrum Disorder through our own animated shorts. This week we would like to share with you our segment on the Bakersfield Californian’s Live Well program. It’s not too long, and we actually talked about some additional information aside from what is in our animations.… Read More Talking About ASD Live with the Bakersfield Californian
Last week we spoke about Autism Spectrum Disorder, describing what it was and giving a basic understanding. This week we offer a new animation outlining some of the telltale signals in children at an early age with ASD. Parents can look for these signs and may notice symptoms earlier than doctors would, because who knows… Read More Autism: Signals
The causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder remain unknown, but familiarity with the condition is needed as its occurrence increases. We hope our latest animation can provide you with some new information!
With the changing of seasons often comes sudden changes in health. Information is your friend, and it’s the key to addressing any situation calmly and effectively.
Some time ago, we sat down with Melissa, our nutritionist, to talk about processed foods. A lot of children of the newer generation do not know where their food comes from. This is to be expected, since most of what people eat today comes out of boxes or containers. Bringing our diets back to whole… Read More Processed Foods
The following post is reblogged from the great people over at Survivor Pediatrics. It’s a great read, so please leave us your thoughts on the matter if you have any! Growing up in the sixties, outer space was truly the final frontier. We greedily devoured all sorts of arcane facts about the nascent space program,… Read More Why Spoon-Feeding is Great