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Infants and young children are naturally curious and eager to explore. Children do not need opportunities to do flashcards or play with electronics. They do best with human interaction – stepping back and not telling your children how to play but following their cues. Watch as Marti shares why free play and exploration are so…

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You can create a rich language environment for your children. What does that mean?   Watch as Erin explains how to create a language environment by talking to infants long before they can talk back; engaging children with stories, songs and rhymes; asking “why” and “how” and “what if…” questions that stretch the children’s minds…

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What can you do to help your infant cry less, be more independent as a toddler and be more cooperative as he or she gets older? Children absolutely need a secure base, which begins in infancy. You won’t spoil a baby by responding to them consistently and predictably.   Throughout development, moms and dads continue…

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What fun it was to be with the hundreds of wonderful moms who turned out for the 8th annual A Night Out for ME event on May 2nd! Marti & Erin loved chatting with so many of the moms, those who attend every year and the new friends they met.   Twelve-year-old Clara (Erin’s daughter…

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Moms attending the 2016 A Night Out for ME event shared what being Mom Enough means to them. Then they learned more about the ‘Mom Enough’ concept during a fun and educational presentation by Marti & Erin. Watch these videos to find out what everyone said!  

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