It’s good to offer each breast to your baby at each feeding. Sometimes he may only want one. Totally fine, just offer the other one next time. Two ways to share your love.
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On a hot summer day, play catch outside with a soaking wet sponge. You and your little one can cool off while you giggle! Capture a memory today.
In a big open park, have your child yell while running! Tell her she can only yell as long as she can run. A fun way to let off steam! Her voice while she is being active is music to any mom’s ears!
Did you know an active child is more confident and less shy? Being active with her helps create a positive spirit! Celebrate the unique child you created.
Have your child make letters with his body. For the letter A, put feet apart and clasp hands high above your head. Don’t forget the letter M-for marvelous mom! Laugh together as he learns letters and moves his body to make the shape.
Breastmilk: it’s always free! Unlike packaged formula and baby food, breastfeeding costs nothing! And it’s the best nutrition for your baby. Yay you!
Every time a TV commercial shows food, have your child jump off the couch and make her legs go crazy till it’s over! Jump, run, spin, twirl, leap, dance, skip! Mom, it’s all about that crazy little thing called love.
Kids love pasta, so why not sneak in some whole-wheat pasta instead of the regular kind? It’s better for her and comes in fun shapes and sizes. A no-sweat way to be an amazing mom.
At 8 months, your baby can feed herself with ‘pick up foods’ like peas and dry oat circle cereal. Don’t go larger than that. You will both be so excited. You are giving her a first taste of independence.
At the park, have your child race fast, then slow, then freeze on your command. Mix it up and throw a high five in too. Life goes by fast. Slow down and enjoy a few priceless minutes.