Childrens Eye Exams

The Importance Of Eye Exams At An Early Age

Through my son’s younger years, I just took for granted that his pediatrician would tell me if there was an issue with my son’s eyes. Little did I know that the typical vision screening wasn’t enough. Children should be seen by an ophthalmologist every year starting at 6 months old! Each year, at visits to the pediatricians office …

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Tips On Helping Youngsters Feel Comfortable Visiting The Elderly

In the last year, my grandmother moved into a lovely assisted living facility not too far away.  I try to visit her regularly so she can get out, do a little shopping or visit while out at lunch. Occasionally, I bring my little ones to visit and help their Great Grandmother with her errands, but we usually don’t stay long at the facility.  In the beginning, like most toddlers, they were a little uncomfortable in that environment.

With Grandma

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Quality Child Care Impacts The Future And Giveaway | @readysetgrowla #QualityECE

Starting at about 6 months I enrolled my son in a “Mommy and Me” class at the Garden Grove School District.  My mother-in-law heard about the class, and gave me the information as she knew I was looking to start my son off with early learning.  I felt that socializing him early was the key …

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