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Secure Beginnings / Resources (Page 2)

written by Elizabeth Memel, M.A., Infant & Toddler Specialist In looking through books dealing with toddlers, one finds several definitions of these very young children. In some cases, toddlers are defined as those who have just acquired the ability to transport themselves in an upright position and are at the toddling stage between creeping and true...

written by Carol Castanon, Parent Consultant Just the idea of more than one child can bring up strong adult emotions.  These might be connected to your own experience in your family of origin, or to your now growing family.  More than one can trigger feelings of anxiety or loss for the parent expecting their second child. ...

written by Renee Mandala, ParentCare Director Infant caregiving is demanding and rewarding. Adults and babies grow capacities rapidly, and caregiving times can build connection. As such, feeding time is about more than nutrition.  The infant’s physical, social, neurological, emotional, and sensory systems develop, while relationship-building and co-regulation of our nervous systems take place, in addition to...

written by Renee Mandala, M.A. CD(DONA) C.L.C. Expectant families are rightly, more frequently being advised by their medical providers to breastfeed their babies. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends at least 6 months of exclusive nursing, and continued nursing through at least the first year with the addition of complimentary solids. They also recommend nursing beyond...