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Nick Cannon Welcomes Baby Boy!
Congratulations to Nick Cannon, who just welcomed a baby boy! The America’s Got Talent host made the big announcement on Instagram, posting a first pic of his son and sharing his unique name. In the photo, Nick holds his newborn tight, writing: “Weeping may endure for a night, but Joy cometh in the morning! [More]
My son won’t take naps!
Hi Grandma Maggie, I am a first time, stay-at-home mother who is having a heck of a time getting my 19 month old son to nap (I am also 36 weeks pregnant with my second son)! He has always been a little finicky in his napping (if we had any change in schedule it would take him a day or so to recover) but we have had the same routine since he was about 10 months old; bedtime from 7:30pm-7:30am, nap from 12:30-2:30pm. [More]
Hoda Kotb Adopts Baby Girl!
Surprise! Today show host Hoda Kotb has adopted a baby girl! Hoda made the announcement on Today, calling in to share her big news, saying, “She’s a Valentine’s baby…she is the love of my life.” Hoda’s new addition is named Haley Joy. [More]
Zutano Cozie Gripper Booties Review: For Babies Who Can’t Wait to Walk!
As a “pre-walker”, our daughter never wore shoes. She was always barefoot or in socks or footed clothing. But then she began to crawl, and then pulling herself up to stand. She was on the road to walking, and her feet needed to be protected and safe from dangers such as slipping, stepping on hot concrete when outside, or stepping on something sharp. [More]
Librarian’s Favorite Rhyming Books
One of the most important things that I learned during my 36-year career as an early childhood educator was the importance of phonological awareness activities. Phonological awareness is a broad skill that includes identifying and manipulating units of oral language. Simply put, it includes activities such as rhyming (cat/hat), segmenting (the word cat is broken up by saying each sound /c/-/a/-/t/) and onset and rimes (the word cat would be /c/-/at/). [More]