Amazon Influencer Page for Milestones Podcast

Milestones Amazon Page

Hey guys! Now you can click on the link above to see all of the products that I recommend or suggest to parents and professionals!!  I am still adding more so check back every day!

Boppy Pillow for Nursing and Tummy Time

You can use these boppy pillows for nursing, but you can also use them for tummy time!  Just place the baby with their tummy over the pillow and their feet in the middle of the circle.  They can push up on their forearms, or just lay with their tummy or chest over the pillow and practice lifting and resting their head!

Top 5 Infant Developmental Milestones Episode 46

On this episode I talk about 5 of the most important milestones for infants, why they are important, and how to encourage your infant to do the activities for those milestones.

Boppy Nursing Pillow and Positioner, Peaceful Jungle

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Head Lag Infant Development Episode 41

In this episode, I talk about head lag in infant development.  Head lag is where you pull the infant to a sitting position and watch to see if their head lags behind or lifts along with their body.  I discuss potential red flags with head lag.

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Typical pull to sit:
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Typical and Atypical pull to sit head lag:
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Research Study:
Flanagan, Joanne E., et al. “Head Lag in Infants at Risk for Autism: A Preliminary Study.” American Journal of Occupational Therapy, American Occupational Therapy Association, 1 Sept. 2012, Accessed 25 Sept. 2017.

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Infant Bright Starts Floor Mirror

Perfect for encouraging infants to lift their head up during tummy time to strengthen their head and neck muscles!  Great for social play, language, and cognition too!