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Posted on Jan 8, 2012 in Connection | 7 comments


The infant/child learns so quickly. How does a parent know what to do and how to give? Remember, parents don’t know the path their child will take, they can only hope and guide. ALL babies are miracles, it’s what you do for and to that miracle that shows long term. Here are some long term guides for the parents to embrace:

  1. Show affection and closeness with your child that you plan on continuing the rest of their life.
  2. Talk with them, opening up and continuing communication the way you plan to continue for the rest of their life.
  3. Read with some form of facial enthusiasm, modeling this technique can encourage a healthy reader for the rest of their life.
  4. Writing, beyond checks, and showing what the writing looks like, how to hold the pencil/pen, and strengthening the muscles in the hand can encourage a healthy writer for the rest of their life.
  5. Speaking in conversation and in public with the use of correct pronunciation and grammar can encourage a healthy speaker for the rest of their life.
  6. Being seen as approachable by others, warm smiles, hugs, extending to handshake, etc. can encourage a healthy approachable spirit for the rest of their life.
  7. Showing how to positive problem solving/resolution techniques encourages a healthy problem solver for the rest of their life.

Do you see our theme here: ‘plan’ and ‘encourage’ ‘healthy’ ‘for the rest of their life.’

Welcome to our web site and into our learning care service doors that will provide so much more for your child and you.


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  2. Lachelle Mauleon

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  3. Get More Info

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  4. O Trish

    Keep up the fantastic work, I read a few articles on this web site and I think that your website is real interesting and holds sets of good info.

  5. grant

    I just want to say I’m a new single Dad, your site is amazing. I like the Fatherhood section. Thanks for sharing.

  6. donohue

    Fabulous, what a website it is!

  7. New England

    We need your child care business in New England area. I’m in MA. Interested in your services

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