I start using a push toy as I progress my patients from cruising along furniture to taking steps forward. I practice walking while holding onto their hands and also practice walking with a push toy like this one: It’s harder… Read More ›
This post is my most popular post and I decided to update it from the original post from 2013- Updated 2/2/2016. Please let me know if you have any questions! This post is a follow up to my milestone… Read More ›
Incredible bravery of girl, 6, born without bones who has overcome illness to learn how to dance Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2312985/Janelly-Martinez-Amador-Incredible-bravery-girl-6-born-bones-overcome-illness-learn-dance.html#ixzz2RS1b23FH This is one of the few occasions that I’m ok with a bouncer or walker 🙂 From the article: Janelly, from Antioch, Tennessee,… Read More ›
Comment if you’ve used a phone to motivate your kiddos to move, crawl, or walk!
It’s an exciting moment when my patients stand up from the floor for the first time by themselves. When toddlers can finally stand up from the floor by themselves, that means they no longer have to crawl to a couch/table/chair… Read More ›
This is an important milestone that is noticed almost immediately after birth with the Grasping Reflex. It’s also a milestone that has gradual development from newborn up until children are nearly 11 years old! This info was gathered from BabyCenter.com and… Read More ›