Tip Tuesday: Reading, Seat Belts, and Playgroups!
One of our favorite things about the Baby Matters blog is that we meet moms at all different times during their pregnancy. This blog offers a lot of information and we want to make sure you haven’t missed any of our past tips. Below are a few of our favorites from the archives.
- Reading to your child to help her grow: Reading aloud with your child for just 20 minutes a day strengthens relationships, encourages listening and language skills, promotes attention and curiosity and establishes a strong reading foundation. Enjoy a few tips on setting your child on the path to literacy.
- Seat Belt Safety During Pregnancy: As your baby bump grows it may be increasingly uncomfortable to wear a seat belt, but your seat belt is key to you and your baby’s safety. Read a few tips on how to protect your baby.
- How to Have a Successful Playgroup: Michelle LaRowe, mom and nanny, wrote an article on playgroups. We thought it was so insightful that we had to share it with you. Get some tips on how to have a successful playgroup.
Posted May 1, 2012