Is it possible to keep toys organized at home?

It’s a teddy bear on the sofa, puzzle on the floor, dolls on the kitchen table … toys that no matter how hard you try to keep them in the closet, always find their away out, and when you try putting them back, the closet is so stuffed and won’t take one stuffed animal more. […]

Bad Mom Syndrome

We say mother, but this text can be directed to parents in general. Parents who want to spend more time with their children, who want to enjoy more unique moments, but end up spending more time at work. Fathers who are realizing that today they need to play, change diapers and participate in education as […]

The benefits of routines for children

Routine for Children

Routines help children to feel safer and help develop a sense of space and time

 It is imperative for a child to feel safe. Being able to predict what is coming next, also allows the child to have control of their activities, which helps build a sense of space and time, another fundamental skill that would reflect in an adult who has excellent time management, is well-organized, and is able to conceptualize their thoughts both in their social or professional interactions.

Expecting, puerperal, and new mothers: what do they need to know about Covid 19?

According to the CDC, pregnant and puerperal women are considered at risk groups, although there isn’t a proven study on what they are most vulnerable to Covid 19 to the rest of the population. However, due to all the physiological changes, they are more susceptible to infections. After some cases and because coronavirus is a […]

Talking to little ones about this school year

As parents are returning to work outside their homes, the school year has started with both virtual and hybrid instructions, and the discussion continues, about the safety and possible future outbreaks. In the midst of everything that has been happening due to the coronavirus pandemic, nothing really is concrete, and we all still have lots […]

How is the discovery of colors and shapes?

In the first two years of life, a baby goes through many challenging phases, almost like in a video game with several levels! Each stage represents a new discovery, despite the false idea that, in the first months, the baby does not learn many things and all they do is sleep and eat. It is […]

What is the Montessori method?

The Montessori method is an educational discipline that encourages the development of the child as a whole and in-depth. This pedagogy is based on the observation of children’s behavior in structured and unstructured environments, and, although the concept was created in the last century, it’s only been since 2007, that numerous studies on the Montessori […]

Do you know the Happiest Baby on the Block approach?

Do you know the Happiest Baby on the Block approach?

It is a philosophy that promises to calm a baby when they cry while also allowing them to sleep better, that is, the goal is to transform a baby who cries often, possibly due to colic, into a peaceful, happy baby that feels comforted and safe, without much effort. The method was developed by pediatrician […]

Emotional consequence of the pandemic in children

Emotional consequence of the pandemic in children

Many folks didn’t think that we would be in social isolation for this long. That the holiday season would roll in, and we would still be isolated at home, without our loved ones united, with schools closed and our little ones still having virtual instruction. I believe I can say with conviction that the greatest […]

Do you promote emotional literacy in your little one? 

Do you promote emotional literacy in your little one?

Emotional literacy emerged with neuroscientific researches in the 90s, seeking to understand how the brain works its thoughts and emotions. As we recognize the feelings that bother us, we learn how to manage them and make assertive decisions according to what we are feeling. The child learns to control their reactions.  In order to educate […]