Holly Campbell

Holly Campbell spends most days still dressed in pajamas, carefully balancing time between her family and her laptop. She’s a stay-at-home mom of two girls, an aspiring novelist, and an occasional dance teacher/choreographer. She mostly writes young adult novels, but is also working on a series for children. She blogs about her writing at Holly M. Campbell: Adventures in Writing.

Holly Campbell spends most days still dressed in pajamas, carefully balancing time between her family and her laptop. She’s a stay-at-home mom of two girls, an aspiring novelist, and an occasional dance teacher/choreographer. She mostly writes young adult novels, but is also working on a series for children. She blogs about her writing at Holly M. Campbell: Adventures in Writing.

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You’re likely going to notice big changes in the way your baby communicates as he or she reaches that two-month mark. As a newborn, your baby’s primary form of communication was crying, but by the time baby reaches three months, that will no longer be the case. ...

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As you learn and develop ways to communicate with your newborn, never discount touch as a powerful tool of communication. You can explore touch communication through skin-to-skin contact, as well as infant massage. ...

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In this world of ever-increasing distractions, it’s becoming more and more important to engage our children and focus on meaningful communication. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association stresses the importance of talking with your children, even when they can’t talk back. Talk, talk, talk. There’s no doubt it’s one of the most ...

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What Exactly is SIDS?

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014 by from Blogs
According to the CDC, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS is defined as the sudden and mysterious death of a baby younger than one year. SIDS affects thousands of families in the United States every year. What causes it? Who is at risk? And can it be prevented? Here is what you need to know about SIDS. ...

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Do you travel a lot for work? Are you in the military of facing possible deployment? Prolonged separation from your child is stressful and painful. How do you cope, and how do you ease the separation for your child? ...

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5 Reasons Preschoolers Regress

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014 by from Blogs
You’ve survived the terrible twos (and threes); you’ve battled, and won, the bedtime woes; and you’ve managed to successfully potty train your child. Now your rapidly growing, adorable little one is at the preschool age, and you’re preparing for the new challenges that are just around the corner ... But what’s this? Did my child just ...

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So you’ve worked long and hard to get that perfect sleep schedule: early bedtime, tolerable wake-up time, and nap time in the middle of the day. But one night, your toddler has trouble falling asleep. And because she fell asleep later than usual, she slept in longer than usual. And because she slept in longer than usual, she’s not ready for a ...

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) are two separate, but similar conditions common in children and adults. And around 40 to 60 percent of children diagnosed with one disorder have symptoms of the other. So, does your child have ADHD, or SPD ... or both? ...

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Sensory Processing Disorder

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014 by from Blogs
Did you know? At least 1 in 20 children are suffering from a Sensory Processing Disorder (the inability to properly interpret incoming sensory information). ...

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What should you do if you can’t make it to the hospital? Find out now! ...

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