Monday, September 3, 2012

Tummy Time Tips to the Rescue!

As a parent, do you dread tummy time? Does your baby cry every time you position her on her belly? Thankfully, with time and a few simple techniques, any infant can learn to tolerate tummy time. I have a website that shares a number of tips on how to introduce tummy time and increase an infant's tolerance without making parents' and baby's life miserable.

Tummy time that is provided on a daily basis leads to the mastery of important motor milestones, such as rolling over, pulling up, and crawling. Also, infants who aren't exposed to tummy time are at risk for motor skill delays and developing flat spots on the head. So click HERE to visit Tummy Time Tips, and be sure to check out the video!

For additional fun tummy time activities, you can now purchase my parenting book, "Retro Baby," on Amazon!!

Also, for more information about tummy time as well as some wonderful brochures and handouts, visit http://www.pathwaysawareness.org/.


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6 comments:

  1. Hi! I'm a new follower of yours and a new OT! Looking forward to learning more through your blog. Thanks!

    Samantha
    isthisreallifeblog.blogspot.com

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  2. Loved this! Just shared it with some of my friends who recently had babies.

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  3. Tried emailing but could not find an appropriate contact. There is a new site -- Voices of Occupational Therapy (www.voicesofoccupationaltherapy.com). This is a community website for parents of children with special needs, as well as adults with special needs.

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    Voices of Occupational Therapy
    www.voicesofoccupationaltherapy.com

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  4. what a great information..i would love to tell all my friends who have babies, this would be a great help for them..

    psychotherapy techniques

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    1. The tips you are describe for Tummy Time is very informative.Thanks for posting.

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