3 days ago
5 Baby Toys From Your Kitchen (Under $5!)

Thank you Weave in Wonder. Great blog post on infant toddler play objects. Simple easy and not expensive.

https://www.weaveinwonder.com/blog/babytoysfromyourkitchen

Finding baby toys for babies and toddlers can be as simple as opening up our kitchen cabinets. In this post, I’m sharing 5 toy ideas that are simple to find and set up. Each “toy” invites ... See more

1 week ago
You’re Not Alone! 17 Parent-Recommended Books to Help With Common Challenges

Good Reads

Great selection of books on parenting.

Dr. Tina Bryson
#rieconference2019

Trust yourself. You know more than you think you do. -Benjamin SpockCalling all parents who have ever found themselves wondering: Where's t...

2 weeks ago
Opinion | Let Children Get Bored Again

Our perceptions about boredom could
start in infancy...

"A baby can learn to spend time by himself. It is important for him to discover satisfaction and joy in his own independence. Children who ... See more

Boredom teaches us that life isn’t a parade of amusements. More important, it spawns creativity and self-sufficiency.

2 weeks ago
Resources for Infant Educarers

RIE Conference April 27/ Los Angelos

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Tina Bryson: The Yes Brain
#rieconference2019 #theyesbrain

Brain Development, Self-Initiated Play, Respectful Limits, Toddlers, and Empathy - you won't want to miss the 2019 Annual RIE Conference workshops! Register at ... See more

3 weeks ago
Ørjan Burøe

mom is gone, no stress💞

1 month ago
Photos from RIE Bred's post

The great Dr. Dan Siegel at University of Miami presenting his new book: Aware.

Save the date: RIE Conference in LA.
The Yes Brain co-author, Dr Tina Bryson will be the keynote speaker.

1 month ago
Newborn Babies and What They Need | FORM Network | Friends of RIE Minnesota

I just started a class for newborn babies 2-5 months old. Loving this article from my RIE colleague Alex Curtis.

Newborn Babies and What They ... See more

Question: "The first three months are like the fourth trimester for a young baby. They want and need exactly what they had in the womb. So, we use a swing, we h...

1 month ago
The Pikler Collection

WHAT WE BRING TO THE RELATIONSHIP
"“You cannot make a flower bloom faster by pulling it.” I felt like this was a statement that most people could easily agree with in terms of flowers; but how ... See more

1 month ago
FAQ: Is Sensory Processing (or Integration) Disorder (SPD) the same as Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS)? – The Highly Sensitive Person

FAQ: Is Sensory Processing (or Integration) Disorder (SPD) the same as Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS)? Answered by Elaine Aron, Ph.D., Barbara Allen-Williams, and Jacquelyn Strickland, LPC No, ... See more

1 month ago

When communicating with your baby, slow down and when you feel like you’re slowing down, slow down some more.

"It's time to change your diaper. I'm going to pick you up. I can see you’re ... See more