Featured by Kate Gammon
Kindergarteners Who Share May Be Successful in the Long Run
For decades, researchers and parents have wondered which attributes for kids led to a happy, successful life and which put … Continued
Nurturing a Baby’s Microbiome, Before and After Birth
As humans, we’re more bug than person – 90% of the cells in our bodies are microbes – and those … Continued
Learning to Hear With Their Brains
Angelica laughs, and holds a small shaker near her ear – noting its sound. The bubbly three-year-old looks like any … Continued
What’s that, again? How short, repeated phrases may further your tots’ speech
Ball! Look at the ball! The ball is blue! When parents talk to babies, it can sound like a mind-numbing … Continued
Pretty Big Liars: How Kids Tell Who’s Telling the Truth
Remember that uncle who convinced you that your nose was actually in his hand? Or your conviction that you definitely … Continued
Brains, Brains (Piglet) Brains!
Baby braaaaaaains are difficult to study, given the fact that they reside within baby skulls. Scientists have long wondered about … Continued
What Makes A Child Prodigy?
Little Wolfgang Mozart was born to a musical family, but even they were impressed by his young talents. At age … Continued
Brain-Training Toys for the Baby Crowd?
Long before goos and gah turn into recognizable words, baby brains are hard at work distinguishing the sounds of their … Continued
Winter Babies Are On the Move
It has nothing to do with astrology, but babies born in the winter do have some special qualities: they crawl … Continued
The Keyboard’s Strange Impact On Your Baby’s Name
Parenthood is filled with emotional, semi-rational decisions, and none of these is more visceral than naming a baby. Today’s most … Continued