When it comes to toys for kids, I believe that LESS is more.
I believe in investing in a few higher quality toys that will last. (Hand-me-down toys are great, too!)
I believe in purchasing open-ended toys that allow for creativity and can be combined and used in endless ways.
In general, I do not advocate for purchasing toys that have flashing lights, music, and require batteries.
I believe that active toys make passive learners and passive toys make active learners.
12 months ➜ 2 to 6 words
15 months ➜ 10 words
18 months ➜ 50 words
24 months ➜ 200-300
30 months ➜ 450 words
36 months ➜ 1,000 words
CanDoKiddo (Occupational Therapist)
Do It On A Dime (Organizing)
Laura Mize (Speech Therapy)
Bryony Rust (Speech Therapy)
Uplevel your Knowledge
Help your child begin using words, phrases, and sentences to communicate with you. The ultimate goal is for your child to have conversations with you. Understand your child and connect on a deeper level by giving your child lifelong communication skills.