T’was the week before Christmas and all through the house
Every creature was stirring since the early AM, (probably) even a mouse
On Sunday, I made gingerbread houses with my two toddlers.
Yes, I made them because what 3 year old and 18 month old have the fine motor skills to hot glue some graham crackers together?
More from our founder and CEO, Kara, on staying present in this season.
With the rapid development of the brain from birth through age 3, you may be wondering what you can do to nurture this growth. There are many ways to encourage the developing brain in the comfort of your own home. I have come up with what I think are the top 3 ways to stimulate brain development every day at home.
In the first part of this blog series, we covered what happens in utero. Let's go over what happens after the baby is born. Now that the brain has fully formed and you have this adorable baby in your arms, the growth really amps up and the cognitive development begins. There are basically four stages in cognitive development in adolescents, and two in infant to toddlers. For the relevance of this blog I will discuss the first two
Did you know at birth, the average baby’s brain is a quarter of the size of the average adult brain and it doubles in size in the first year? That’s right DOUBLES in size, so by age 1 the brain is already half the size of our adult brains. That is so much growth in such a small window of time.