From Gadgets To Games: How to Transition Kids Away From TV & Technology

We live in a time where our everyday life is based around gadgets. Think about it… We set our alarms on our phones for the morning… We read the news on our phones… Read ebooks (or podcasts!).. Scroll social media… and catch up on all the latest celebrity gossip all on gadgets. Heck, I’m writing this blog on a gadget right now! It’s like our world is being taken over by robots that want to rule our life, and it’s happening so easily to us everyday (whoa, hello conspiracies!). It’s honestly rare to ever catch someone reading a book, or […]

How to Encourage Curiosity in Young Children

Whether it’s through dance, art, music, writing, or whatever is your passion, it’s always important to teach our kids to express their creativity so that they can truly find out who they are. But you know what’s equally important to encourage our kids that often goes unnoticed? Curiosity. Hence the purpose for today’s blog post. It’s a topic that intrigues me. I find myself researching more and more ways to ensure I am always sparking the curiosity corner in my children’s brain. I also endeavor to share my tips and trips on encouraging curiosity in children on my blog, ThinkBaby.org. The curiosity to […]

Fun & Educational DIY Craft Ideas For Toddlers

Okay, so we all know it’s important for kids to be creative and express themselves from a very young age. I’ve encouraged every one of my kids since they were born to express who they are through different activities, such as dancing, drawing, music, or even Play-Doh (old school now, right?). It is so important that your child does this from a young age to not only give them them the courage to express who they are as they grow up, keep them inspired and motivated, but also to help them develop a fun and happy lifestyle where they are […]

18-24 Months: Recommended Toddler Play Activities

“Run run run! I am going to catch you” , “where is my baby hiding? OH, I wonder where he could be?” – the words that can change your toddler’s day. I just love playing with my children. It can really brighten not just their day, but yours as well. Nothing can top your day more than seeing those happy faces. And even if you have to play the same game every day, it is worth it, even if you’re sooo over the game, your child won’t be. The most beautiful thing you will ever see is that sparkle in […]

Is It Normal For My Toddler to Be Shy? What Does It Mean? Is It Good or Bad?

Were you ever embarrassed of your child when they did not want to greet someone or started nagging at you wanting to go home because they were ‘scared’? And as your toddler is clinging to your leg and won’t leg go or say a peep, are you thinking…how are you scared of the lady you saw five times already? Is there a monster I can’t see? I am here to tell you today that it is perfectly normal for a toddler to be shy. They get their moods sometimes. One day they will be fine and the next they don’t […]