Summer Sensory Play

Guest Blogger: Casey Waugh, MOTR/L One of the glories of summer… outdoor play!! The great outdoors has so much to offer to the little explorer. Moving play outside for the summer provides boundless opportunities for creative thinking, discovery, refinement of gross...

Traveling with Young Children

When I was growing up, we traveled from Pittsburgh to Connecticut in the back of a station wagon, lying on our bellies with no seatbelts, coloring pictures! We played the “license plate game” trying to find one from every state. We listened to the FM radio that our...

Being a New Mom

One of the hardest things to handle as a new mother is when your baby is crying, and nothing you try will settle them. Or when they just want to be held, and you really need to make the dinner, or get a shower, or fold the laundry…the list goes on and on. It’s true....

Security Objects

Does your child have a lovey, blankie, or taggy? They can be called so many things! Security objects, or transitional objects, are usually soft items such as a blanket or stuffed animal, but can sometimes end up being something as simple as Mom’s tee-shirt or a cloth...