Having been learning for the best part of the last year, your little one is now at a point of combining a lot of the concepts and skills she has learned so far all together. It is a truly remarkable time to engage with your almost toddler as they interact with you and their world differently than ever before.
From words to actions and physical movements, there are so many ways babies are going to try to impress you and interact with you while building on their communication skills. Now is the time to really get in and start having some fun with them, singing and clapping, playing games and chatting with them.To find out what to expect from your little one, check out our Mizzie World Blog.
If you haven’t started reading to your little one yet, don’t fret, its never too late to start. Reading with babies and children is a constant learning journey with every word read to them beneficial to their cognitive development. As bub listens to your words, she will creating sound patterns in her mind, working on recollection and memory to understand the words and their meaning, even though she can’t say them just yet.
Board books are the perfect style of book for you to read with your little one, as the books are designed with little hands in mind. As bub grows you will find he can start holding the books himself whilst you read.
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At Mizzie, we know that toddlers on your trips or errands can be daunting!
These experiences are important for your little love's development, but they don't need to be super stressful!
Check out our Mizzie World Blog for tips & tricks on supporting your little one's journey into toddlerhood!
Navigating the amount of screen time that is right for babies can be stressful! How much is too much?? Whilst it's recommended that babies have minimal screen-time, it is so convenient! Let Mizzie help you find some easy alternates!
After baby has arrived, sometimes as new parents we find ourselves feeling overwhelmed and anxious as our world changes so dramatically. Postpartum Depression is a factor that effects most new parents to some extent and at Mizzie, we think it's so important to take care of parents of newborn as much as you take care of bub. Check out these PPD signs to help you!