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Best resources for speech therapy at home! We cover parenting tips & speech and language development to bring you all you need to know to keep your child thriving.

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How Can We Improve Our Communication with Children?

If you are like me, communication with children can be extremely frustrating. Endless questions, unfollowed instructions, the blank look on their faces when we remind…

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Separation Anxiety - What To Do?!

Ahh, yes . . . separation anxiety. Although it’s normal and something every child (and parent) goes through, it doesn’t make it any easier to…

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Please Don’t Judge Me or My Special Needs Child

Unfortunately, our world is filled with people who are not accepting, who judge, make comments and are just rude when they see a child behaving…

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Mom Guilt — 12 Ways to Deal with It

Every mother (and father!) at some point has these second thoughts. Recently, Serena Williams missed out on her baby Olimpya’s first steps, which led to self-doubts and guilt…

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Mom Guilt: Am I to Blame for My Child's Speech Delay?

The normal questions I get after parents hear their child has a speech delay are like, “what could I have done differently,” “am I to…

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4 Parenting Styles Guaranteed to Make Your Child Successful

The four types of parenting styles explored in this blog are: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, and uninvolved. Child development and child outcomes are usually directly related…

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Good Parenting Makes Creative Children

Whether you’re a permissive parent or an authoritarian parent, child behavior can be confusing. I present creative ideas for kids that are perfect indoor activities…

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5 Ways to Teach Toddlers and Preschoolers Patience

Still, it can be difficult for a very young child to learn patience, especially since they don’t yet understand the importance of being patient –…

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Creating Milestones for Kids: Turning Goals into Magic

The first steps toward achievement are the most difficult. Where to go, how to go, and when to go are just some of the questions…

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How to Talk to Kids about Death

Deciding to talk to your kids about difficult topics is a courageous step. Apparently, not a lot of parents volunteer to do that. The list…

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My son was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss in both ears last year, and after his surgery, Speech Blubs is the best app to get him on track with kids his age.

- By Nola and Kory

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Living a Student Mom's Life: How to Stay Happy (and Sane)

Sure, motherhood is tough. No number of books, magazines, and support groups can prepare you for that to the fullest. And if you decided to…

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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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Blub Talks: How to Foster Independent Play in Toddlers

Our host and teaching sensei Robert M. led our guest through topics relating to independent play, why it’s an important and far-reaching developmental activity for…

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Blub Talks with Agile Parenting Coach Susannah Chambers, ICP ACC

Listen to Blub Talks Podcast with Susannah Chambers Watch Blub Talks Podcast about Family Learning The Difference between Family Learning, Homeschooling, and Distance Learning The…

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Bedtime Tantrums - How to Get Your Toddler to Sleep

The bedtime routine was always fine but she would cry several nights in a row when we tried to put her down. She’d say that…

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The Truth About Threenagers and How to Deal with Them?

When your toddler turns into a threenager, you all of sudden realize this little person has grown in milestones and in personality.  But learning how…

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