Friends And Foes: Navigating Sibling Relationships When baby number 2 was still in the womb, you may have daydreamed about what your children’s relationship would look like: “Will my oldest help get diapers for his baby brother?” Or “Will my youngest daughter dance like her older sister? Maybe they will perform in recitals together!” Flash […]
Baby Bonding Tips For Dads In last week’s Triple P blog post, we discussed Parental Postnatal Depression (PPND), a mood disorder that affects anywhere between 4 and 25 percent of Dads after the birth of their baby. In some cases, PPND is caused from feeling excluded from the mother/baby relationship and bond. The good news is that […]
4 Tips for Drowning Prevention With summer just on the horizon, families are looking up pool schedules and filling their backyards with kiddie pools, water tables, and sprinklers to run through. But here’s a startling fact: Children can drown in as little as 1 inch of water. One INCH! That means, any standing water can […]
Being a grandparent is an opportunity to create a fulfilling relationship for both grandparent and grandchild. The connection will be different with each grandchild and will depend on things such as personality and temperament, physical distance and understanding what appeals to each grandchild. To help in developing that connection, a great question to ask is: […]
Session 1 – Welcome to the Incredible INFANTs® Key Concept The Incredible INFANTs series helps parents encourage their children’s development, share experiences with other parents, and develop a network of support. Goals – By the end of this session parents will: Understand the Incredible INFANTs philosophy. Agree upon group guidelines. Experience the group as a friendly […]
Preview Session 3 "Encouraging Your Developing Baby" Incredible INFANTs® Key Concepts and Goals Incredible INFANTs Course Guide Note: The PDF files may take a minute or two to load, thank you for your patience.