Reading your baby's stimulation signals
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We live in a world where a ‘one shoe fits all’ approach doesn’t cut it anymore. Businesses look at their customers’ individual needs and tailor their products around those individuals. Why should we approach parenting any different? Kate Bailey, OT and early childhood development and stimulation specialist, feels strongly about tailoring your parenting style according to your baby’s needs and shares some valuable advice.

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