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What Is Crossing Midline?

What Is Crossing Midline?

Imagine there is a line running down the middle of your body dividing the right and left sides- this is what we call the Midline. The two sides need to work together and be able to “cross over” to the other side to do basically everything like scanning a bird flying...
The Case of the Clumsy Child

The Case of the Clumsy Child

Have you ever noticed that some kids just seem to be accident prone? They trip and fall over air, do not have much coordination, and do not seem to move as fluidly as other children, why is this?   Well, there are quite a few reasons why a child (or an adult) is...
Why The Sudden Spike in Late Bloomers?

Why The Sudden Spike in Late Bloomers?

Many babies these days are rolling, crawling, and walking later than what the checklists and books tell us. What is going on? Is there something in the water? Is there a secret we are missing? Is this another consequence of the COVID-19 era on babies? Why does it seem...
Nature: Our Favorite Sensory Bin

Nature: Our Favorite Sensory Bin

Parents, we seem to be inundated with the term sensory these days. From sensory processing to sensory integration to sensory bins, it is important to understand what these terms mean and how they will help our kids. Conveniently, the perfect sensory experiences are...
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...

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