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There are few parenting rules more important than letting your children know just how much you love them. Love in early childhood lays foundation for your little one’s capability to trust, love, and form secure attachment with others in the future. But love is tricky in that its expression often differs from its reception, and it's scary to think that what you believe to be an act of love might not always be perceived by your child as such. How do we make sure our children feel and know that they are loved? Read on to learn more about love languages and how we can become better at making sure your little ones know just how much you care.
Though they will always be little in our eyes, babies undergo a lot of growth spurts in early childhood (RIP to those clothes that they wore once and grew out of before the season came around again!) Keep track of your (not so) little one’s height with this tree-shaped growth chart. Printed on thick high-quality paper, this wall sticker can be easily applied and repositioned. It will stick to any smooth surface – including walls, doors, and wooden furniture – without damaging it.