Development

Babies also listen with their eyes

Babies also listen with their eyes

Did you know that infants who are exposed to a variety of languages can tell the difference between their mother tongue and other languages?

March 30, 2020
The sounds that lead to words

The sounds that lead to words

Before they learn to talk, your baby will emit several sounds that they will practice over and over, concentrating on the ones used in the language spoken at home.

March 11, 2019
Baby's first smile!

Baby's first smile!

It is with lots of impatience that we wait for the very first real smile from our baby… the smile that establishes a beautiful connection between us! 

February 4, 2019
The steps that come before walking

The steps that come before walking

Parents are always eager to see their child walk for the first time but until then, their baby will develop other interesting strategies to move. Here are five of them!

May 7, 2018
Pacifier, yes or no?

Pacifier, yes or no?

The need to suckle is instinctive! Even in the mother’s belly, the baby will bring their hand or fingers to their mouth. Once born, the baby will look for that same familiar comfort, either in a pacifier or their trusty thumb!

September 11, 2017
Tummy time play

Tummy time play

The arrival of a newborn comes with many questions. One that comes back often is whether or not we should put our baby on their belly.

April 3, 2017
Is my baby developing normally?

Is my baby developing normally?

My baby is small, he doesn’t eat yet, he doesn’t talk as much as the others, he has no teeth… Several mothers worry but should they?

October 24, 2012
Talking to children

Talking to children

Here's how parents can encourage the development of their child’s language, make them want to communicate, and promote dialogue. 

September 10, 2012
Baby discovers his sexuality

Baby discovers his sexuality

Soon after birth, the newborn experiments his sexuality! It is already present in utero and it keeps developing the whole life through, even though it is expressed differently according to your age.

July 20, 2011
Baby's learning how to speak

Baby's learning how to speak

Cries and shrieks are the first signs that your baby wants to communicate. Newborns quickly understand that the sounds they make will cause a reaction from the people around them.

February 22, 2011

This week
Meeting a teacher for the first time

Your child's teacher wants to meet you and you don’t know what to expect. Here are a few tips to make the most of it.

The ABCs of over-the-counter medication

Just because drugs are sold over-the-counter doesn’t mean that they are harmless. Here’s a little guide to help you heal your child safely this flu season.

My second child doesn’t like school as much as the first

Your eldest loves school and has good grades. Her little brother is not as enthusiastic! How can you encourage the first without discouraging the second?

Be careful what you tell your children

These little sayings seem harmless but they can leave negative traces and give your child a false sense of guilt. Here is a quick autopsy of the parental language.