Fine Motor Play Activities For Your 3 to 6 Month Old Baby

Fine Motor Play Activities For Your 3 to 6 Month Old Baby

As your baby is now growing out of their newborn phase, you'll notice a huge jump in their development over the next few months. From 3 to 6 months old, you will see your little infant's fine motor skills really begin to emerge. From finding their hands and feet,...

No-Mess Finger Paint Activity

No-Mess Finger Paint Activity

Although I love a good and messy sensory experience for my little ones on occasion, I can also do without the clean up! Finding mess-free alternatives to sensory activities are a great way to keep your baby or toddler busy while eliminating the treacherous clean up....

7 Simple Tips to Teach Your Baby a New Motor Skill

7 Simple Tips to Teach Your Baby a New Motor Skill

Although we don't want our babies to grow up too fast, it's hard not to look forward to the next milestone that they will achieve. If you've seen their first smile, roll, or reach, you realize how amazing it is to see your little one accomplish a new skill. Babies...

17 Sensory Board DIY Ideas for Busy Babies and Toddlers

17 Sensory Board DIY Ideas for Busy Babies and Toddlers

You baby has been busy exploring the world around him for some time now. Since the moment he could open his eyes and take his first breath, he was taking in everything through his senses. From seeing and hearing to feeling and tasting, they are loving the new...

Fine Motor Skills Checklist for Babies 0-12 Months Old

Fine Motor Skills Checklist for Babies 0-12 Months Old

Your baby is developing right before your eyes and they are gaining new skills each and every day. Some of these abilities and milestones will be emerging and improving their fine motor skills. Fine motor skills are the small, precise, and controlled movements of the...

26 Common Household Items That Make Cheap Baby & Toddler Toys

26 Common Household Items That Make Cheap Baby & Toddler Toys

Ever offer your baby several of their colorful, musical, toys, but they make a mad dash for the Tupperware drawer or remote control, instead? Babies and toddlers are super curious. They don't have time for silly, play toys when they could be using real objects that...

5 Easy Ways to Practice Pincer Grasp with Your Baby

5 Easy Ways to Practice Pincer Grasp with Your Baby

A baby will go through many different developmental stages as they grow and develop new skills. One of the milestones that you will see emerge is their use of fine motor skills. Fine motor skills involve the small muscles in the hands and fingers, allowing them to...