Archive | Toddlers

Information about toys, activities, and health of toddlers.


The Little Gym: More than a Mommy and Me Class

Dallas Moms Blog has partnered with The Little Gym this fall to introduce you to the variety of classes The Little Gym offers around the Dallas metroplex. From Mommy & Me with your youngest to Sports Skills with your biggest, discover through these sponsored posts all that The Little Gym has to offer. The Little […]

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Fluoride Toothpaste :: No Longer Just for Children 2 and Up {Sponsored by Richardson Dentistry}

This post has been sponsored by our partner Richardson Dentistry to bring you the latest health information on your child’s dental care. Fluoride Toothpaste Should Now Be Used On Baby Teeth I love my boys to death, but for me there’s been nothing worse than trying to convince my (almost) 4 year old and 2 year […]

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Learning Letter Sounds with Kinesthetic Motions {+ Free Printable}

My son started showing an interest in letters at a very young age. While he was interested I wanted to jump at the opportunity to teach him his letters and sounds as they are the foundation of learning. Once he had mastered recognizing all of his letters, I knew we were ready to move on […]

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It’s Okay to Be Nosy with Tykester! A New Tool for Working Parents {Sponsored}

This post was sponsored by Tykester; an online app created for and by a mom! If your children attend child care, continue reading about this new parent app and why you’ll want to download it while it’s free! “Staying Connected is a Breeze” with Tykester Being a working parent is tough! Now, don’t get me […]

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Arm Your Child Against Bullying {Sponsored}

Help your child learn to defend themselves against bullies and predators by learning more about PRO Martial Art’s ARMOR program in this sponsored post. Protect Your Child From Bullying during National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month While October is most known for bringing pink to the forefront, October also brings awareness to another important cause that directly effects […]

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Developmental Delays Age Birth-5? Help is Available!

As a preschool teacher, I’ve referred parents to various services available for young children with developmental delays or disabilities.  As a parent, I myself was referred to such services because of my son’s severe speech impediment. Through the years I’ve realized that many parents are completely unaware these services exist!  Not only do they exist, […]

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