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Tummy Time Tears – Maybe It’s Reflux

Tummy Time Tears – Maybe It’s Reflux

Hi mamas, we see you, we hear you and we hear that crying baby. Yes, tummy time can be hard and the tears can make it harder. But are the tears more than the normal amount for tummy time practice? Perhaps. Your baby may seem to be uncomfortable or kvetching (excuse my...
Bringing Baby Home, Now What?

Bringing Baby Home, Now What?

You have probably just settled into your favorite chair at home and it hits you… who let you go home with this baby? And where is the instruction manual?? All of the preparing you did and advice you received seems to be a blur. You remember hearing something about how...
Trouble with the Tactile Sense

Trouble with the Tactile Sense

Getting tapped on the shoulder, putting on a new wool sweater, or wearing socks with seams, all seem like common, everyday sensory experiences.  However, for some kids, the variations and unpredictability in tactile input (aka the feelings of light touch, dry, wet,...
Our 3 Secret Senses

Our 3 Secret Senses

From our earliest years we are taught about the 5 senses – taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing. On the surface level, these senses are pretty easy to understand, but did you know that there are actually a few additional senses that help us to move, keep our...
All About W-Sitting

All About W-Sitting

You would be hard pressed to find an OT/PT team who did not encourage floor time play for young kids. In fact, it is one of our favorite ways to engage with our clients (aka the kiddos)! The floor is a great place to really get on their level and be a part of their...

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