Wishing all our families a very happy and healthy 2019.
At this time I’d like to go through a few reminders:
Please remember to clearly label and date your baby’s bottles with the date and their name.
Update your baby’s feeding whenever there are any changes, we must have a signed up to date feeding plan on file for any baby up to a year old.
Send in hats, coats and gloves for the babies who are toddling around, we do try to get them out if it’s not too cold and or wet.
Clearly label all food containers and lunch bags. We have had some confusion lately with items not being labeled. Thank you all for your cooperation.
This month we have enjoyed reading “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Keats and “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear” by Eric Carle. This is a favorite of ours, we love to look at all the different animals in this book. Story time is an important part of your baby’s development. Beginning to read to your little one daily at a young age helps to stimulate their brain for an early exposure to language. The most important thing for them is to hear your voice and to have some time bonding with you so set aside a little time each day to read to your little one.
Our littlest babies have been enjoying some tummy time and some have even learned how to roll over. They sure have fun once they can get from one place to another!
Our older, walking babies have been having fun crawling through the tunnels and tents. Lots of gross motor workouts!
Winter time is the perfect time to snuggle inside under a blanket and read/sing with your little one. We have a few favorite songs we enjoy singing in the nursery, which are: The Wheels On The Bus, Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed, If You’re Happy And You Know It and Row, Row, Row Your Boat.
Do you have some favorites you like to sing at home with your baby?