Liz Talton

Dallas, Texas

SAHM Blogger, Masters in Psychology

Liz Talton is the author and creator of Pitter Patter of Baby Feet, a website dedicated to trying to conceive; fertility; pregnancy; mental health and anything related to motherhood. Before starting a family, she received a master’s degree in forensic psychology and mental health. She is now a full-time blogger, wife and mother to two boys ages three and 6 months.

Liz Talton's Articles
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The ‘Conscious Parenting’ Style Explained

‘Conscious parenting’ is a relatively new parenting style created from a mix of Eastern philosophy and Western psychology. Founded by Shefali Tsabary, a clinical psychologist…

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Why is Physical Activity Important for Child Development?

Amazingly, physical development benefits not only their body but brain development as well! Sadly, research is finding the importance of physical activity in children’s lives…

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Screen Time for Kids: Stop the Guilt!

Parents who allow more than the recommended screen time for kids are often judged harshly by others. As parents, it’s tough to balance children’s online…

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FAQs about Online Speech Therapy for Kids

This article looks at the reasons for online speech therapy, its benefits, and the cost by answering online speech therapy’s frequently asked questions. The article’s…

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What is Independent Play for Kids?

What is Independent Play? Independent play or solitary play is a developmental stage where a child can play by themselves. While each child will develop…

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How to Teach Music for Babies

While most children won’t grow up to become the next great composer, baby music class has plenty of benefits for your baby’s development. When to…

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Top 7 Easy Writing Activities for Preschoolers

Home is where parents spend a lot of time devoted to their preschoolers doing things like writing activities for children to help them learn the…

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Why Toys are Important for Child Development

What Makes a Toy Beneficial to a Child’s Development? Some parents take the minimalist approach to child development toys by only purchasing Montessori toys. While…

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The Complete Guide to Language Learning at Home

How Does Language Develop? Before exploring activities to improve communication skills, we first need to understand how a child’s first words and language skills are…

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How to Do Speech Therapy at Home

Tips for Success It is overwhelming at first to start speech therapy for toddlers at home. However, you don’t have to be a speech therapist…

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What are Common 2-Year-Old Milestones?

At the age of two, your child has already made significant developmental progress! But children must continue to progress and grow emotionally, socially, cognitively, and…

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Activities To Increase Brain Power In Children Under 6

Based on Jean Piaget’s four stages of cognitive development, children learn differently from adults. They rely highly on their environment and their senses compared to…

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Child Brain Development: Early Childhood

Even though the brain develops until it’s 25-years-old, most of its development occurs before the age of six. But, what are the brain’s development stages,…

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8 Fine Motor Skills Activities for Young Children

How to Build Fine Motor Skills in Young Children Tiny Bits Babies typically start finger foods between 6 to 9 months old. Once your baby can…

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Fine Motor Development in Toddlers

Your child will progress from opening and closing their hand to writing their name with a pencil in preschool. But how do children develop fine…

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Speech Blubs Review: “Engaging & Effective Practice”

Lindsay works in the child development field, so her enthusiasm about the Speech Blubs app is the biggest award ever! Need more proof? Check out…