Monthly Archives: December 2017

How To Pick A Lovey For Your Kid & Give Them Perfect, Easy-To-Hold Comfort

By Caroline Shannon-Karasika My husband and I have what we call Brave Little Toaster syndrome. It’s our theory that the ’80s Disney movie that assigned feelings and personalities to inanimate objects officially scarred...

Top Speech-Language Pathology Posts for 2017

By Shelley D. Hutchins Last week you enjoyed a review of your favorite audiology-related posts for 2017. Today, we take a look at those focused on speech-language pathology, as well as a...

Baby Self-Feeding Week: 5 Ways to Help with a Picky Eater

This week we’re talking all about baby self-feeding. Why, you ask? It just so happens Nancy Ripton and Melanie Potock’s new book, Baby Self-Feeding comes out on FRIDAY! We’re so...

Remembering Sandy Hook: How to Live Like a First Grader

By Melanie Potock As a speech-language pathologist who works with young children in their homes and schools, it’s impossible for me not think of the heartbreak at Sandy Hook Elementary School this...