6 Easy Ways to Practice Pincer Grasp with Your Baby

6 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 pincer grasp, a basic fine motor skill. Fine motor skills involve the small muscles in the hands and fingers,...

The Best Developmental Toys for Your 3 to 6 Month Old

The Best Developmental Toys for Your 3 to 6 Month Old

Infants are quickly learning about the new world around them.  They love exploring new textures and objects that are put in front of them. There are many baby toys for 3 to 6 month olds out there that will help to promote their senses, motor skills, and...

Christmas Bow Wall Stick Activity

Christmas Bow Wall Stick Activity

This Christmas bow wall stick activity is super simple and will keep your toddler busy for some time (in toddler world, a few minutes is a lot of time!).  It's a festive way for your child to play with items that they usually don't get to play with. You can...

Christmas Pom Pom Push for Babies and Toddlers

Christmas Pom Pom Push for Babies and Toddlers

The Christmas pompom push activity is a festive fine motor task for the holiday season. It requires a little bit of set up, but uses items you should have around the house.   It only requires them to follow 1 step directions so it's great for younger toddlers and...

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,...

PomPom Whisk: A Baby Fine Motor Activity

PomPom Whisk: A Baby Fine Motor Activity

Activity Sneak Peak: Under 1 minute set-up timeRequires only TWO household itemsMulti-sensory and fine motor skillsFor ages 9 months+ Babies are easily entertained by the simplest activities. Most of the time they don't even need fancy toys, but everyday, household...

How to Teach Your Baby to Safely Get Off of a Couch or Bed

How to Teach Your Baby to Safely Get Off of a Couch or Bed

Health and safety for your child is probably one of the biggest concerns you have as a parent. Even with young babies, there are still things that you can teach them as a way to be safe. If you have an almost 1-year-old, I'm sure you're experiencing their constant...

Ocean Scene Jello Toy Dig Sensory Bin

Ocean Scene Jello Toy Dig Sensory Bin

Young children LOVE to get messy! Their little hands and minds are so eager to dig into whatever materials they can find. They have no comprehension for the disaster that it makes or the clean up that it entails for us parents. Specifically, one fun and messy sensory...

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....